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Denim on Denim Through the Ages

Call it what you will—a j-outfit (jean outfit), a Canadian tuxedo or even a downright fashion faux pas—but we'll forever be supporters of denim-on-denim. You can do so much with it—you can go Americana, hip hop or even super ’80s. It's one incredibly versatile look. Here are some crusaders for the cause. Enjoy!

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A casual Marilyn.

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Elvis was really rock-and-roll, but you couldn't take the country out of him!

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Candice Bergen looking all rugged, cowgirl cool.

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The denim on denim arts and crafts teacher look.

 

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A mother and son denim moment on the TV show Dallas.

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We die for Kathryn Harrold's sexy jeans.

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Barbara Stock in bright, ’70s blues.

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Sherrie from The Facts of Life knew that breaking up all that denim with a little shearling trim does the trick.

 

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Debbie Harry looks cool in ANYTHING.

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The trend ala famed ’80s sitcom, Mork and Mindy.

 

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Jessie Spano practically lived in denim on denim.

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Lisa Turtle gave every outfit her own personal touch.

 

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Queen Latifah, in what one could call a denim lab coat.

 

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Leave it to Paris and Nicole to make denim look hot and slutty.

 

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Another person that looks cool in anything: Alexa Chung.

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RHIANNA IS SO CUTE!

 

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