In today's post we want to share with you a never-ending fashion trend which is called denim on denim. We have seen many ready to wear Autumn-Winter collections of menswear essentials which feature total jean's looks and today we bring you a great compilation of layered separates. It seems like designers have a smarter approach this year, as they offer exclusive, luxe and traditional workwear styles with raw edges, "unfinished" details and qualitative materials. Here are shown constructional semi-formal wear, as well as statement blazers, waistcoats, trousers and ripped pieces. We love those 1940's and 1940's retro inspired touches of preppy themes and timeless utilitarian looks. All in all, those men who adore working class clothes with modern updates, like patches and ripped areas will definitely find here something interesting.
Basic jean jacket paired with straight fit pants.
Gray chambray shirt worn with leather patches pants:
Another denim outfit, which features jean shirt and pants with camel patches:
Rolled up pants teamed with chambray shirt:
A classic button down tucked in skinnies:
The blue separates look awesome with these camel color boots (desert shoes):
Washed effect looks awesome for casual weekends:
Try to mix the colors by pairing washed blue shirts with black pants:
The cuffed fitted trousers look smart with fitted jacket:
This outfit would look retro inspired if the pants weren't too baggy:
The real workwear suit with washed and ripped effect: