How to Wear Denim Shorts

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Until this year, denim shorts were something that had remained in my very distant style past. I definitely rocked my fair share of denim shorts in my youth. In fact, I do believe I had every color of the rainbow and in high school cuffed denim shorts were my jam. After that however, I walked away from denim shorts and didn't look back.

When the cut offs trend hit strong again a few years back, I mulled over trying that out, but I never quite got around to it. This year, however with several different types of denim shorts being on trend, I decided it's time to revisit my youth and take the denim shorts plunge again.

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Have you been on the fence about denim shorts too? Well, this roundup just might help you make up your mind. I think I've found a pair that should work for just about everyone.

First up is the Bermuda. Bermuda shorts are for the girl who doesn't want to show off a ton of skin and us busy mamas who need something comfortable to run around in. I'm loving a nice slim fit pair along with a loose fitting v-neck tee myself.

If Bermudas are on the long side for your, but you don't want to go super short, try a pair of mid length boyfriend shorts. They have all the comfort of Bermuda shorts, but show off a bit more leg.

Next are white and colored denim. If you're looking for a fresh, crisp look opt for white denim shorts and if you're looking to make more of a statement, go for a bold color like red! A red pair would be perfect for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend.

And finally we have cut offs. Channel your inner festival princess and rock a boho worthy pair of cut off denim shorts. This just might be the year I finally tackle the cut offs challenge myself!

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