Iconic denim looks we can't get enough of 

If there's one item of clothing we never fall out of love with, it's the humble jean (and its denim counterparts). And with a plethora of throwback styles like '70s flares and double denim making a return on the spring runways, we feel it's only fitting that we look back to some of our favourite fashion muses for styling inspiration. From French-girl crush, Francoire Hardy to Drew Barrymore, Jane Birkin,  SJP and Courtney Cox, these ladies’ denim looks are the ones we’ll all be looking to recreate. 

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Francoire Hardy

Denim trends change, but there's one that feels like an absolute essential every spring and summer: white jeans. Ultimate French cool girl Francoire Hardy pretty much embodies how we want to look when we wear the trend: laid-back yet interesting, trend-led yet minimalistic. We'll be copying this when it's not warm enough for a dress but we still want a nod to spring.

Francoire Hardy

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Jane Birkin


We'd be hard-pressed to find a style icon whose influence has made quite as long-lasting an impact on us as Jane Birkin. She championed well-worn '70s flares with such effortless elegance and a certain je ne sais quoi  that we’ll never stop trying to emulate. It’s lucky then, that spring fashion is having a bit of a love affair with flares right now. Both Celine and Gucci’s throwback denim styles had a comfortable, worn-in quality—as if pulled straight from a vintage shop. A pair of strappy sandals and a boho blouse is all a good pair of flares needs to feel nicely polished.

Jane Birkin

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Drew Barrymore

One look at this iconic image of Drew Barrymore really reaffirms the case for double denim. Yes, the Canadian tuxedo may have a bad rep thanks to a rough patch in the '90s (thank Britney and Justin for that) but the style shouldn’t be totally sworn off your list of looks to try. Designers obviously agree - for spring/summer, Bottega Venetta, Celine and Channel all sent their own reincarnations of double denim down the runways. The key to making the denim on denim look contemporary is keeping your base and accessories clean and simple.


Drew Barrymore

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Courtney Cox


We were all too busy admiring Rachel’s hair the first time around to notice Monica Geller’s love of mum jeans, but the world has finally caught up with the real poster girl for '90s normcore. Sitting somewhere between a skinny and a straight jean, the mum jean is going nowhere fast, so take your cue from Courtney Cox and look for a tapered style that finishes just at the ankle for a leg-lengthening effect. Lean into their relaxed feel with oversized outerwear, slouchy knits and some comfy lace-ups, and consider your everyday uniform for spring sorted.



Courtney Cox

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Sarah Jessica Parker 

We have a theory, if you wore clothes that Sarah Jessica Parker would have worn in the '80s, you'd pretty much look like Kendall Jenner or Bella Hadid do now. They're both big fans of the jeans and blazer look, but it was SJP who did it first. If you take one cue from our favourite Sex and the City girl’s approach to styling, it’s that accessories are key. Her shimmering cat-eye sunglasses, her statement earrings, her candy-pink clutch, her box-fresh tennis shoes – we’ll take them all. 

Sarah Jessica Parker

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