Jul 01, 2019

Denim that never goes out of style

Maybe i'm biased, but a great pair of jeans is by far the most important piece to build your wardrobe around. Jeans have certainly come a long way since being a look you wore for hard labour in the factory, and can now be worn in pretty much any style and for any occasion ( a quick google search will tell you that yes, you can even get a denim wedding dress if you'd like).  Whoever said that diamonds are a girl's best friend, has clearly never owned a pair of Fox Factor's.  Here are some of our favourite ways to rock your denim!

Denim on Denim

An instant classic that never goes out of style. Rock your jeans with a denim blouse or jacket (or both, if you're feeling adventurous). Dress it up with a blazer or jacket, or down with sneakers or flats for a timeless casual look. Either way, you're guaranteed to look great.

The basic t-shirt

Nothing screams 'clean and chique with a hint of badass' like rocking your jeans with a simple T. Although this look might seem basic, nothing could be further from the truth. By keeping your look simple, you're really creating the perfect canvas to let your natural beauty shine through (plus it puts all the focus on the killer denim you're rocking).


Add a bit of 90s flair with an athleisure inspired shirt or sweater. Just add sneakers and you're good to go for a look that is both comfy and on trend.


Oh, how we love the look of a sexy and cool jeans combined with a romantic and uber-feminine top! A romantic top with lace softens the edginess of the jeans, while the jeans give the top a more grown-up, sophisticated look. Always a classic.

Colourful prints

Got a shirt, blouse or top that is a bit funky and out there? Not sure what to wear it with? Combining them with a great pair of jeans means you can go crazy with colours and prints, because jeans really do go with everything. So bring on the leopard or floral kimono, we got you!  We love to see your looks, so feel free to message us and show us how your wear your Fox Jeans.

Written by Marianne Nykjaer