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The 5 ways you'll be mixing up denim this spring

Forget the moody blues, the spotlight’s on summer denim and it’s all about working the staple in fresh ways. See how these 5 #AsSeenOnMe babes are riffing on the classic…

Blogger wearing an orange denim jacket. Available at ASOS.

Instagram: @@rchlmckenzie

Color kick

Throw out the rulebook, that blue jean baby thing is getting a remix for summer ’17 and now we’re talking oh-so-pretty lilacs and riot grrrl orange. Pop your collar in a bold cropped jean jacket with a matching tangerine tee and retro winged shades.

Blogger wearing a denim bandeau. Available at ASOS.

Instagram: @@thenotoriouskia

Bandeau baby

Key to SS17 denim is changing up the shades: so a light blue denim bandeau, plus a chambray longline jacket. Finish with off-white pants, white sneaks and you’re good to go. 

#AsSeenOnMe blogger wearing double denim. Available at ASOS.

Instagram: @@amyfuchsia

Double trouble

Double denim but not as you know it, is making v. cool waves in your wardrobe right now. Pair ripped mom jeans with a lighter longline denim shacket (shirt-jacket hybrid, FYI). Nail that Insta-wow with a '90s-style square-neck cami, plus Vans and some black-out shades.

ASOS insider Astrid wearing a dress over jeans. Available at ASOS.

Instagram: @@asos_astrid

Over and out

In case you’ve been out of the loop, the freshest way to wear your summer dress at the moment is casually draped over your fave pair of jeans (playing with proportions is key for SS17). Clash it up and pair a flirty floral mini dress with raw-edge jeans (bonus points for eyelet detailing).

#AsSeenOnMe blogger wearing a denim hat. Available at ASOS.

Instagram: @@claricemayblog

Hat trick

Listen up, denim plus-ones are the freshest way to add that '90s music video cool-factor to any hot-weather look. For your weekend thing, make it a denim bucket hat paired with a cutesy gingham shirt, plus jean cut-offs. Howdy, jean queen.