When your wardrobe is becoming boring and monotonous wearing the same uninspiring fabrics and finishes there is only one thing left to do: layer denim. Denim has always been a staple material in fashion ever since the basic pair of jeans was invented by Levi Strauss over a hundred years ago. This fabric has taken over the runways and now the streets, diverting from its classic style to a unique and trendy fashion innovation. When in doubt, layer in denim.

This Fashionisto sports the denim on denim trend by flawlessly combining three different shades of this versatile textile. When wearing a double denim ensemble, try to stay within one or two washes. Mixing white wash with dark denim and acid wash denim can end up looking like a fashion catastrophe. Try to stay chic and simple, then add bold accessories, like this Fashionisto did with animal print sneakers. The possibilities are endless with this classic material.

Elie Tahari, Stella McCartney and Just Cavalli are just a few of the many designers whose spring 2012 collections consist of creative combinations of everyone’s favorite fabric. Denim’s comfortable and calming nature helps create a casual look that is great for any day. Just about any classification of style can incorporate denim into it’s wardrobe effortlessly. A dark denim shirtdress like this one featured on HSN’s new Digital Dress Shop is perfect for this upcoming spring. At the dress shop, you can search thousands of amazing dresses. The wrap around the waist helps create a flattering silhouette on any figure. This dress would look great paired with a floral denim blazer. Add a pop of color with striking statement necklace and your look is complete.

Whether it’s flared jeans, denim shorts or a denim button up and jacket, be courageous and mix your favorite denim pieces this spring. You’ll stand out, be stylish, and have another outfit to wear mixing items you already own. Denim on denim is fated to be fashionable.

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