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    I know this supposed to be a no-no... but have seen quite a few people out wearing dark jeans with a much lighter wash shirt. Is that acceptable?
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    no
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    I have also seen it quite a lot these days, but i refuse to accept it.

    Double denim disaster.
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    I think it's doable.
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    I think it looks ridiculous most of the time.

    Saw an older woman on the bus the other day with denim jeans, denim jacket and a denim-like hat on. Winning fashion combo :p:
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    I sometimes wear black jeans with a blue denim jacket and it doesn't look too horrific, but then the jeans don't really look like jeans because they're cheap ones from Primark.
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    No. Just no.

    In general, double anything, be it double leather, double denim, double corduroy, just looks ****ing terrible.
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    I had a really horrible moment of horror the other week when I pulled my denim jacket on, not remembering I had jeans on too. I looked like a cowboy.
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    sometimes it can look quite nice, skinny dark blue jeans and then a light denim shirt tied up loose, that looks nice...but I think sometimes its the person wearing it.
    but it can be done well
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    (Original post by Moob)
    I know this supposed to be a no-no... but have seen quite a few people out wearing dark jeans with a much lighter wash shirt. Is that acceptable?
    I would say yes but its so difficult to pull off imo that I would avoid it.
    http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/style/s...g-double-denim
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    TBH, I wouldn't be seen dead where denim anywhere except round my legs anyway, so the question is moot. Denim jackets and shirts have never really been cool and probably never will be.
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    No go! Unless you want to go for the 90s girl-group look STEER CLEAR!

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    I challenge anyone to find a photo of someone looking stylish in a denim shirt.
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    I had a friend who wore a denim hat, waistcoat, jeans and shoes. She thought she looked great...
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    I challenge anyone to find a photo of someone looking stylish in a denim shirt.
    http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/enterta...n/denim-jacket
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    I hope you're being ironic
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    I hope you're being ironic
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    :awesome:
 
 
 
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