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From jeans to shirts, dresses and jackets, denim is by the fashion favourite fabric that will never go out of style. And while the denim skirt was a huge hit this summer, it'll be back and bigger than ever for the new season.
A denim skirt is the ideal piece for any occasion. Whether it's teamed with a comfy knit and knee high boots for a casual weekend, or vamped up on an evening out with heels and sparkly top, make a denim skirt your go to piece when you're stuck in a fashion rut. La Redoute (opens in new tab) have a great selection of styles, but we particularly love this full-skirted belt waist one, £39. Paired with a blouse, it makes for the perfect summer boho look.
Don't think it will suit your shape? Nonsense - just like a good pair of denim jeans, you need to find the perfect piece to suit your figure. If you've got a bigger hips and bum, then choose a flared one with no cling factor. Bigger boobs? Then go for a statement skirt with a fun pattern that will draw eyes downwards and away from your bust. It's all about making it work to what suits you.
Check our top denim skirts on the high street that will up your style status in seconds...
Button-front skirt, £30, JD Williams (opens in new tab)
A longline button-up denim skirt is totally ageless and completely flattering. Opt for one slightly longer if you're not confident enough to show off some skin. Wear with a pair of knee high tan boots and a pussy bow blouse to style out the seventies trend.
£35, La Redoute (opens in new tab)
Not a fan of blue? Ease yourself into this trend with a darker hued denim, like black. It still allows you to try the trend, but in a more subtle way. Ideal if you've got a curvier bottom and bum as darker colours will instantly slim. Wear with just about anything - it's a versatile style that makes the perfect wardrobe addition.
£195, See by Chloe at Net-a-Porter (opens in new tab)
Frayed denim might seem 'too much' if we're talking holey jeans, but you can still embrace the trend with some clever detailing. This simple shape is easy to wear and comfortable, meaning you'll get plenty of wear out of it.
£45, Warehouse (opens in new tab)
If you want to flatter a bigger tum, hips and bum then you need to opt for a denim skirt that is slightly flared and doesn't cling to your sides. Wear with an oversized un-tucked knit for the ultimate cosy weekend style.
£49.99, Mango (opens in new tab)
Maxi skirts are a flattering summer must-have no matter what your shape, so the return of the Boho denim style means we may have just discovered your most versatile buy this summer. Wear with an off-shoulder bardot top and flat sandals until the cooler weather comes.
£106, Current/Elliott at mytheresa.com (opens in new tab)
Feel a bit daring? Then go full steam ahead with a completely cool patchwork denim skirt. Let this skirt be the statement piece to your ensemble and team with all black thin roll neck and black opaque tights and boots for a simple, chic look.
£65, French Connection (opens in new tab)
Keep it classic and comfortable with a pencil skirt that's easy to style. Add a breton top and trainers at the weekend or dress up with ankle boots and a sheer blouse.
£35, Simply Be (opens in new tab)
Try an acid-wash denim for a more casual look. The zip and belt fastening on this style from Simply Be make it a great weekend choice.
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