Dressing Well Is A Form Of Good Manners.
It applies to denims as well. Though denims are usually perceived as casual clothing, denims are Versatile. It can be styled to look the way we want.
The key point is Where, What and How. Styling denims appropriately takes into consideration the following points.
That being said, it is important to remember that there is a time and place for everything, including fashion. For example, while wearing overly baggy jeans can be appropriate for a backyard BBQ, it’s practically forbidden for dates or a night out with friends. A similar notion even applies to double denim – although wearing the combination with the same colour scheme and fabric might be okay for a seven-year-old, it’s undeniably a big no-no when you’re older.
Occasion is the key. The where formula. Picking the right jeans for the right occasion taking into consideration, the physical endurance of the wearer, he’s going to pursue.
For a Formal event Raw/Rinse denims can be combined with Shirts and Blazers. Black denims are also preferable.
Further accessorize with dress shoes for a winning combination.
Similarly for casual occasions being so much formal might look adverse. For such denims can be clubbed with Polos, Round necks, Henley. Even varieties of denims can be chosen for casual occasions like heavy washed, distressed, acid washed so on and so forth. Here denims should be a tad utilitarian having deep pockets for small things like keys to accommodate. The fit factor has a prominent role as being casual involves easiness to proceed.
Denims can be solo and can be combined as well. Denim on denim, Leather on denim, Blazers on denim are few. The monochrome look is slowly out of trend and the easiest way to layer is to go for a combination of two different color schemes. The prominent combination is Black jacket and blue washed jeans.
Denims are now available in contrasts making color schemes easier to choose and work with.
In order to execute this properly, it is vital that whatever you wear underneath gives out a pop of color. White is always a safe choice, but a grey, emerald, or cerulean shirt or t-shirt would be a much better option. Other colors to consider could be yellow, orange, purple and limeade just to name a few. This can even be applied to the color of your shoes and other accessories (e.g.: gloves, scarves etc.) for further color scheme balance.