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What Daniel Craig taught us about wearing denims

If there’s one thing to thank Hollywood’s unrelenting paparazzi for, it’s a glimpse of Daniel Craig’s crisp outfits. He’s decked in the sharpest suits when he plays James Bond, but there’s no denying that his casual looks off the set are equally stylish. One to wear a pair of denims with panache every time, here are 5 tips to take from the suave Hollywood actor.
daniel craig in stylish casual denim outfit
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✔  Quality is everything
A white T-shirt or shirt is all you need to complement a pair of jeans, but Craig manages to give it a superior feel simply by picking pieces that are of a good quality. We can’t stress enough on finding the best quality white shirt and denims to look incredibly stylish when dressing denims down.
✔  Add a cardigan
To give your denim look a sophisticated air, upgrade your outerwear. A shawl collar cardigan, like the one Craig prefers, coupled with a basic shirt, casual brown accessories and a hold-all bag make up the perfect weekend look.
daniel craig in smart casual denim look
✔  Layer up
Craig is clearly a fan of layering and for good reason too, because the addition of a jacket elevates the casual look multi-fold. Whether it is a standard leather jacket or an olive-green military one, sometimes, it is all you need to transform your look.
✔  Denim on denim
We fully approve of Craig’s denim-on-denim look and his slightly retro take on it is pleasantly reminiscent of the ’90s. Pair your favourite distressed denims with a navy polo T-shirt and a light-wash denim jacket. Remember to pick one that fits your physique and is of the right length. Drowning in a thick jacket that is two sizes too big isn’t a good look for anyone.
brown accessories to pair with denim
✔  Denim and brown go hand in hand
If there’s any colour that complements blue denims well—apart from white of course—it is brown. Whether you’re choosing shades of tan, chocolate brown or a more orange-tinged hue, rest assured that it will complement your dressed-down look well.

Written By : Shirley Mistry

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