You'll Wear at Least One of These Denim Trends Every Day This Winter
Autumn is here, and we’ve got an eye out for the latest trends. As a staple we turn to season after season, denim is no exception. While we do love our classics, they can tend to feel a little plain. Especially when we find ourselves wearing jeans multiple times per week. Thankfully, this season and into the winter, we’re anticipating to see some new styles steal the show.
From ultra high-waisted options to sportier styles, fun jeans are about to be everywhere. Though some of these styles may seem bold right now, we say go ahead and try them out. Since jeans are already considered a basic, opting for a more unique pair still won’t come across as too crazy. With our guidance, you’ll be the first to know about these trends, so jump on the bandwagon early to avoid looking like everyone else come June. Too find out which denim trends are worth your time this winter, keep scrolling.
High-waisted jeans will likely be trending forever, and we’re not mad about it. Their slim fit and high rise makes for a leg-elongating look that flatters any body type. If you worry about high-waisted options making your rear-end look a little flat, we recommend paying close attention to the construction of the jeans, opting for a soft-v shaped yoke (we've described it more in-depth, here).
Wide leg trousers have been taking off, so we’re not surprised that they seem to be in the running for this winter’s most popular style. From more structured iterations to distinctly boho shapes, wide leg jeans are here to free your legs from the shackles of your super tight skinnies.
Retro is in and a great way to embrace it is via some well-fitted flared jeans. While they may seem intimidating at first, flared jeans are extremely flattering. The key is to choose a pair that fits tightly before kicking out the bottom. If you’re looking for a sneaky way to add some height, a long pair of flares easily conceals comfy platforms as well.
Yes, it seems like an oxymoron, but sporty jeans are about to be everywhere. Track-pant inspired styles are popping up everywhere, making us wonder why no one thought of this before. Just imagine how cool and carefree these will look paired with some embellished sneakers and a white tee.
Kendall Jenner caught our eye in this style at the March for Our Lives. Since then, we can’t stop noticing them everywhere. Not your usual jean, but definitely not a khaki, beige jeans are still casual while looking slightly more polished.
This is a look we didn’t expect to see, but winter 2018 is proving to be a little more eccentric than seasons past. Patterns are everywhere (take check blazers, for example), so why not add them to jeans as well? Try them on with a pair of white ankle boots, and you’re guaranteed to look fashion-forward.
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