Without going too much into the technical details, the way both materials are woven determines how soft or rigid the material feels on the skin. The method used to weave denim actually gives it the iconic diagonal pattern (you can test this by looking at your true denim jeans). This special weave also means that it produces an overall tougher and denser material. Chambray, on the other hand is weaved using a more basic technique. Ok, so traditionally, chambray has been used to make men's work shirts, but this is now changed from the rugged feel to a more refined finishing. Yay!
Shoes: Tory Burch (similar)
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