Denim has long been a wardrobe mainstay thanks to its versatility but even by fashion industry standards, jeans are back in a big way.
Whether worn cleverly layered over masculine tailored shirts, 50’s style with a simple white tee or variations of denim are everywhere this season.
Top models, fashion week regulars and Parisian It-girls show you how to pull off this season’s five dominant denim trends.
The throwback Jane Birkin-esque style comes with a variety of benefits, showing off your shoes with ease and figure-flattering capabilities among them.
- If wearing ankle boots, make sure the jeans hit at or below the top of the boots.
- The perfect length is right above the ankle.
After a boom in demand for vintage jeans, there’s a new ultra-stiff, retro-inspired denim. This “new” structured straight leg fit is a fresh and flattering alternative to the paper-thin stretchy fabric that has dominated shelves for years. Your bum will thank you, trust us!
Try; AG Isabel
Denim has become incredibly individual and the skinny is a wardrobe staple and an important one at that. It is more about the look you want to create. Look at influencers, like Kate Moss. They still rock a skinny just as much as they do a ripped rigid straight leg or a crop flare.
Try; AG Legging or Legging Ankle
With the revival of all things 90’s, the denim mini is making a resurgence.
This everyday staple has long been a favourite of street style stars and an off-duty favourite of the celebs precisely because of how easy it is to work into a chic but simple everyday look. Our favourite fashion muses are toughening them up with masculine shirts, chunky knits and biker boots for a look that’s less girly and more functional.
Don’t fear - we have a length for any leg!
The denim jacket has long been a wardrobe staple for women.
The garment, with its casually stylish appeal, is unbeatable for making it a classic piece of fashion. The denim jackets resurgence in popularity means that it’s time to brush up on the coolest styles and how to wear them; Jenna Lyons is our inspiration this season...