We’ve spent the past few weeks dreaming of denim – and it was worth it! We’re pretty pleased with our new denim collection, and we thought the best way to show it off would be to try it on! We invited bloggers to our Argyll Street store to find the perfect fit.

Sade is the blogger behind In My Sunday Best, and we look to her modern classic outfits for the best way to work our wardrobe staples with a twist. Sade chose the Cara denim legging as her jeans of choice, and styled them with a pair of chelsea boots, a classic striped jumper, and kept things cosy for AW with our favourite faux fur lined parka.

Next up was Rebecca of the eponymous blog It’s Cohen. Instead of choosing a pair of jeans, she decided on teaming a denim A-line skirt¬†with cute biker zip detailing with a mid-wash denim shirt – the subtle way to do double denim.

Marsha is the smiley blogger behind London Tall Girl. She said it’s often difficult to find denim that works with her height, but she happily found a pair of of our Grace ankle grazer jeans¬†with a cropped length works well with Marsha’s height and are the perfect pair for transitional dressing. Paired with the Geo texture print tee and our Eve court shoes, this is an outfit we’re planning to replicate ourselves!

Last, and by certainly no means least is Sarah. We adore Sarah’s quirky vintage-inspired style, and we weren’t surprised when she arrived with her signature slick of red lipstick! Wearing our favourite Jade skinny jeans, her look was finished off with a stripy knit, Eve court shoes, and a felt fedora.

Which way would you style it? Be sure to let us know by tagging us on instagram or tweeting a snap of your outfit!

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