Judging by the ASOS hallways, lifts and break out spaces (SRSLY, are we still calling them that? CRINGE) the way to wear denim right now is via a skirt. Whether it's a frayed mini, button-down maxi or flamenco-style wraparound which takes your fancy, sit back and scroll through days of inspiration...
EVERYONE AT ASOS IS WEARING
How to style a denim skirt, according to ASOSers
By Anna Heaton, 30 April 2017
A denim mini with frayed hems is an old favourite and you're going to be digging it with everything from your pink sweater (like so), to your gingham blouse. This ASOS Marketplace find has fire (sorry we had to) detailing, in the form of painted flames. Styled here with fishnets and a chainmail choker, it's an all-out love letter to the late 90s/early 00s. Throwback heaven that's too good to ignore.
Pictured: Charlotte Welsh, ASOS Marketplace seller executive
Frilled to bits
Channel your inner (and outer) 'red dress emoji' with this red, ruffled skirt. Opting for coloured denim is a good choice if classic denim isn't your thing, and this midi shape is going to look too good on your trips to sunnier climes. Pair it with lace-up heeled sandals for a bit of height, a high-neck knit and a quilted bomber for a more relaxed vibe to balance out the braveness of the skirt.
Pictured: Laura Shehata, picture editor
That's a wrap
Opting for a calf-hitting wraparound brings a sleeker feel to a denim skirt. If, like in our office, the dresscode is relaxed, wear with a band tee (that you'll also want to wear all summer long btw), and Vans Old Skools. Alternatively, make it work for a less casj office via a tucked in silk shirt and some heeled sandals – it's a multi-tasker don't you know.
Pictured: Lottie Selby, junior project manager
Before the thought of a button-down denim maxi brings you more Sabrina The Teenage Witch vibes than you care for, let us introduce you to this crisp white version. Admittedly it's not one for the klutzes (holler), but it'll look summery with a pop of colour, like this lemon-yellow gingham top. Just add trainers to keep it low key.
Pictured: Anna Heaton, junior editor and ASOS Insider