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Blame Britney and your 5th grade teacher for ruining the reputation of denim-on-denim, because the Candian Tuxedo doesn't have to look tacky. In fact, when done correctly, there's something so insouciant, fashion-forward, and easy about it (Two jean pieces worn together? It ain't rocket science!), that there's no reason it shouldn't be a regular go-to.
To help you get to denim-on-denim paradise without getting lost in the hills and hollers, we've put together five full outfits featuring your favorite jean staples that look chic, not sloppy. Don't believe us? Test drive one of them this lazy weekend morning — and see just how many envious looks you get at brunch!
Market Research by Willow Lindley
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