Because there are so few ways of doing double denim right, we’ve got the piece-by-piece guide to the perfect look. Even though we all remember Britney’s full-denim ball-gown look from the 2001 American Music Awards, we can’t forget Justin Timberlake’s own ensemble on the night. It’s about layering the colours and mixing the proportions – but maybe skip the fedora because that’s an archive we’re not ready to revive just yet.

M.i.h. Arch denim jacket (£173)

The customisable, straight-fit, denim jacket by beloved brand M.i.h Jeans comes with flared sleeves and side pockets for a trucker look. And this jacket can metamorph to meet all your denim needs by adding patches, embroidery and tassels. Feel special and get this wardrobe necessity adjusted to your liking.

Miu Miu contrast-panel denim shirt (£505)

What better way to pay homage to one of the most-loved American couples than a Miu Miu Americana button-up shirt? With white broderie-anglaise details and a contrasting pocket panel, this blouse is a piece of high-fashion that will look as good on the street as it would in the remake of Annie Get your Gun.

Perks and Mini BriBri Release jeans (£170)

These atypical, wide- leg denim jeans by Melbourne-based brand Perks and Mini (P.A.M) are interesting to say the least. Made using 100% cotton, the feature distinctive with slit leg details. The stone washed denim jeans have a real laid back 1990s quality about them.  

Robert Clergerie Denim Platform Sliders (£182.50)

It’s not everyday you come across denim shoes, so these open toe platform sliders are a keeper. Made in France and crafted using denim, they feature a cross- twist detail and a chunky heel, they're ideal for the summer and will add that casual feminine touch to any outfit.

Chanel Vintage Jumbo Tote (£4862)

This huge denim shopper tote is from the Chanel Vintage range. It’s got gold-tone hardware and stitch detailing and is a real classic piece that comes with the Chanel certificate of authenticity. It’s the perfect accessory to complete your double denim look!

Text by Kadish Morris