Transition denim[ing] is the act of wearing denim that, sartorially speaking, used to be something else. Case in point, today I’m wearing denim shorts that used to be pants, voila – transition denim. There are other types though, OBbvVIooUSsly, like the classically butch cutoff denim jacket, that’s now a slightly more breezy vest or the farmer-espue denim overalls that, once transitioned to meet you summer wardrobe kneeds, are oversomes (so much pun, so little time). Pair that transition denim with a loose fitting plaid and you’ve got yourself a look that screams I made half this thing myself only using scissors and I’d do it again.
Thrifted plaid. Ancient denim cutoffs. Toms. There aren’t many links floating around today, sorry folks – it’s up to you, your imagination and closet to figure this one out.