Think you’ve seen all the ways denim can be worn? Think again. New trends in denim are springing up all over the world, and they’re giving your favorite pair of blue jeans a whole new look. If you’re ready for a wardrobe revolution, then look no further. These hot looks put a new spin on a classic and will have you looking twice. It’s safe to say denim is getting a makeover that you won’t want to miss out on. We’re covering the most prominent movements that are trending right now, but there are plenty of ways to personalize this look and make it your own.
Alana Hadid and Emily Perlstein set out to make a statement when they created La Detresse. Their signature crimson denim combines the power red trend with an updated twist on a modern staple.
Another spin is embellishments: rhinestones, body chains, and studs are freshening up this look. Add some bling, or for a subtler look, go for patches, paint, tassels, or fringe. There’s no wrong way to wear this contemporary classic.
Wash, color, and fit are always the first stop when it comes to figuring out what the next big movement in denim is going to be. Right now, two tone fabrics are big, from misplaced pockets that show true blue underneath, to actual divisions between light and dark washes, split right down the middle. Talk about making a statement. Baggy fit is giving skinny jeans a run for their money. The relaxed look is comfortable, practical, and forgiving of all figures. It’s sure to be a smash hit with everyone who wants to look good without having to squeeze into their clothing.
Contrast stitching is adding a splash of color and drama to jeans. Now that dark wash is taking over, an easy way to make a statement is to throw on a pair of jeans with a light exposed stitch. Boyfriend jeans are hooking up with waistband jeans: low cut denim designed to expose the waistband of underwear. Now you can steal your boyfriend’s jeans.
With these hot looks in your closet, you’re sure to make an unforgettable statement. There has never been a better time to break out the embellishments and go bold.