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Kate Bosworth embraces double denim trend

Published 07/11/2016

Kate Bosworth
Kate Bosworth

Actress Kate Bosworth is a big fan of boyish or oversized denim designs.

Kate Bosworth isn't afraid to wear denim-on-denim.

The American actress can pull off just about any fashion trend, with her wardrobe including everything from biker chic ensembles to elegant gowns.

But when it comes to her off-duty style, the 33-year-old has a penchant for jeans and all things denim.

“I love all denim, head to toe. It’s very California. I’ll wear all light wash or all dark wash,” she told at the launch of Lucky Brand Jeans’ latest collection. “But whatever it is, whether it’s a flare or an ankle jean, it has to fit well. Every woman knows when they try on a pair if it feels like ‘no’ or fits like a glove.”

At the moment, Kate is enjoying experimenting with different denim looks. She particularly likes the trend for graphic patterns or garments with heart and floral patches for added fun.

“There was a jacket I had when I was a little girl that was a light wash, very '80s, and I put pins and patches all over it... I would wear that jacket today, I am still so drawn to that kind of denim,” she shared.

Kate believes her love of denim stems from her youth spent riding horses alongside her uncle, who was a farrier. While she may have been introduced to denim as utility wear, she now views jeans as both practical and stylish, and cites a pair of her husband Michael Polish’s old Levi’s as one of her favourite pairs.

“You should always feel sexy in denim, whether it’s boyish and oversized - which is more my thing - or skintight, if that is your thing,” smiled Kate.

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