IN SUPPORT: RECOGNIZING DENIM DAY

reviving charm denim dayToday is Denim Day. It’s more than just a reason to dress down, it is an event in which people are encouraged to wear jeans (denim) in order to raise awareness of rape and sexual assault. Luckily, I have never been, nor know anyone who has been, a victim but it is a great way to show support and raise awareness.

Each year my employer recognizes Denim Day and allows us to wear jeans to work. I am an executive working in an office environment so “Snappy Casual” is the dress code I have adopted for days when I can wear a more relaxed look without sacrificing style and professionalism. My look of choice is jeans, heels and a blazer punctuated with wonderful accessories like a scarf and statement jewelry. If you are looking for a few ways to dress up denim here are a few examples. You can also check out my Pinterest board.

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A simple scarf adds a great pop of color.

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Black Denim always looks chic.

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A classic and charming look.

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White denim always looks fresh and is a great look for Spring.

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I don’t want to make light of a serious issue so for more information on the history behind Denim Day check out this website.

2 thoughts on “IN SUPPORT: RECOGNIZING DENIM DAY

  1. Karen B. says:

    I love every single one of these outfits. I’ll be saving this post as inspiration for Friday, the day of the week we’re allowed to wear jeans. It’s great that your boss recognizes such a serious topic.
    I need to get some white jeans for this summer!
    Karen

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