Denim shirts for men are actually one of the most popular clothing items when it comes to Spring and Summer. They come in all sorts of variations, ranging from thick and raw denim to lighter weight chambray and cotton, all in various washes. Often a lot of men will wear their denim shirts with jeans, creating the denim on denim look, but if you aren’t sure on how to wear double denim or don’t like the look of it as much, denim shirts work perfectly well with chino trousers and chino shorts for the warmer weather! In my opinion, you can’t get a better combination than that.
I’ve rounded up 10 of the coolest long sleeve denim shirts for men in this post, ranging from light blue, mid blue, dark and grey from various brands including Nudie, Diesel, Lee, Wrangler and more! There is literally a denim shirt here for every one of you. Even if you find yourself not liking either of these options below, why not try this Levi’s Button Down, this 3×1 Ombre Woven Shirt or this William Tailored Fit Button Down. If not, try out this selection on East Dane or on ASOS and there will definitely be something there for you! How do you wear your denim shirts and do you have a favourite one?
Lorna, I must appreciate the effort you have put in to make this blogs. Yes, Denim shirts are always impressive and you have actually put forth a fine collection in these pictures. Great job. Hope to read more from you.
Thank you very much! I’m really glad you appreciate how hard I work everyday. I do update almost every single say, so you will always see more from me! Thanks again!
Lorna, I appreciate your time and effort you have put in this blog, the denim shirts looks good.
Looking forward to see more updates from you….
No problem! Glad you like it!
I love denim shirts
Glad you like them!
Nice shirts those are traditional and modern.
Hi, I’ve got a Jaeger denim shirt and want to customise it by making the buttons as dark or darker than the denim.
Is this a bad idea? I have a strange dislike of light coloured buttons!
No I don’t think that’s a bad idea, custom pieces are great. Just be sure to use a paint/pen that doesn’t come off, and put paper under the buttons before doing it so you don’t stain the shirt. Good luck!
Thanks! I’m actually thinking of just getting someone to swap the buttons for different ones.
That can work too!