Live in your denim shorts all summer

20/04/2017
by Pradnya Dilpak

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It's no Secret that everybody love shorts in summer, especially denim shorts. Jean shorts are the ultimate summer go to look, but midway through the season. Shorts are so easy to wear when it arrives at the warm weather like summer and you can't get more summery than a loose pair of shorts with rips and shreds all over them. Not only do they keep you cooler in the heat, they also make a fashion statement as there are endless ways to style. There are many incredibly versatile shorts and they are here to stay as a summer denim trend for years to come.

There are countless styles, tricks that make any denim short style more polished, lighter wash denim shorts have been a classic and a staple for decades. Pairing them with denim shirts, even oversize dresses or a jacket, they are a must have when it comes to the summer months. You can guarantee that denim shirts will stay popular for as long as denim is popular, especially for summer!

While trying to think of different ways to wear denim shorts. Your summer shorts wardrobe should go way beyond cutoffs and denim. A good pair of boyfriend shorts should be a little longer and sit low on your hips Style them with something slouchy on tops like a loose T-shirt, tank, or lightweight button-down. They're classic and they go with everything, but they look especially cool with a graphic T-shirt and a tough pair of flats. Layer lace shorts under looser, menswear-inspired tops, so that only a few inches are visible, then add high heels to really emphasize your legs. Stick to the lighter side of grunge with bleached denim shorts instead of the standard indigo and a kick-ass pair of flat leather boots.

Though it's time to rethink the denim cutoffs, it's not the time to say bye-bye. At least not until now. When trying out the beloved style, make sure to keep them a bit baggy, never stiff. A looser, slouchy fit will cut down on the shorts-that-seem-like-underwear feel. Consider cutting up an old pair of jeans to ensure the best well-loved fit