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Designer Chip Foster recommends wearing light denims together, or darker tones in tandem, for a pulled-together look.
In an otherwise monochromatic palette, a patch or two on top or bottom adds a funky, accessory-like stroke.
Unless you want to be a punchline. See: JT and Britney’s 2001 American Music Awards extravaganza as parodied by Riff Raff and Katy Perry at the 2014 VMAs.
It’s a little dressier than a pair of dungarees, especially when it’s artfully shredded and Chanel-embellished.
Chip Foster likes to mix a pattern into all-denim outfits. You can add a little, like this logo belt, or a lot, like Foster’s camo-print shirt.
We all love our jean jackets, but a fresher look is to put on a tailored blazer in white over all denim.
Just when you thought you’d seen every possible trendy denim look, we’re pulling you back in--with the classic denim-on-denim style known as the Canadian tuxedo. We were inspired by Los Angeles-based designer Chip Foster’s eponymous premium denim line. Foster--yes, he’s Canadian--is known for his funky washes, figure-flattering cuts and lightweight fabrics.
You already own some of the elements of an all-jeans look--a chambray shirt, denim skirt and, of course, skinny jeans. We asked Foster for styling tips on how to put them together--along with some of his new designs.
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