15 Fall Wide-Leg Jean Outfits We're Copying This Year

Hope you’re ready to throw it back to the 1970s when you reach for your denim this fall because wide-leg styles—think Farrah Fawcett—are definitely en vogue again. Of course, who doesn’t want a little retro inspiration when getting dressed in the morning? Especially with a high-waist, the wide-leg jean style is one of the most flattering out there, nipping in at the waist and visually lengthening your body like magic. Whether you pair yours with a simple white T-shirt, layer on the loose or sculptural tops, or keep it classic with a cashmere sweater and blazer, these jeans are the ones your closet has been craving. Check out how we’re inspired to wear our wide-leg jeans this fall and shop some of our favorites below.

Typically a blue boyfriend jean gal, I could easily be persuaded to switch to these cropped black jeans. 

This outfit inspires me to up my top game and grab something off-the-shoulders. 

Fall means long jeans and even longer coats. Who else is thrilled for the best season to begin? 

Reminding us that jeans do not have to be blue or black. In fact, sometimes they're better when they're not.

This outfit is picking up on the number one trend you'll find in my closet this fall—pink mules.

Don't worry—you can wear white past Labor Day.

Dramatic flared jeans need an even more dramatic coat. 

This outfit is the perfect summer-to-fall look. 

Pair your flared jeans with sneakers for a fancy but casual look. 

Wide jeans + skinny pointed boots. That's all. That's the tweet.

The best way to add a pop of color this season is with a bold blazer. 

Flowing pants with flowing shirts is a surprisingly delightful combination. 

I am Canadian and I will forever be proud that denim on denim is called the Canadian Tuxedo. 

The all-neutral palette is one I aspire to each and every fall. 

It's likely you already have all the pieces necessary to construct this outfit in your closet. 

Shop the trend:

Now, here are the boots to style with your jeans this fall.

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Aleksija Vujicic.