4 Denim Styles To Try This Season
We’re entering that beautiful period between icy office temperatures and hot sticky tube commutes. The weather is starting to warm up and the days are finally getting longer. Yes, Spring, that seasonal sweet-spot is right around the corner (hallelujah!).
For most, Spring time means finally peeling off the layered knits of winter or maybe simply opting for a lighter jacket. For me, Spring time means the perfect time to experiment with some new denim trends. It’s a time when you can play with those styles that really only look great with a more open shoe; a time where a lighter wash doesn’t look painfully out of place. With that playful spirit in mind, here’s a quick guide to 4 delightful denim styles you’ll certainly want to add to your new season rotation.
The Wide Leg
Wide leg jeans have been on the radar for some time but there is a definite resurgence ahead of Spring Summer. Whether you opt for a cropped variety or go for 70s-esque floor-dusting denim, this is a trend you want to get on board with.
The Off-white Jean
With neutral tones being very of the moment, it’s only natural that creamy, ecru coloured jeans were seen among the street style set during recent fashion weeks. The white jean is a quintessential summer staple but a warmer off-white colour is a great way to update this classic style and make the look a little more chic.
The Stiff Straight Leg
Say goodbye to super-stretch, super-skinny denim, it’s stiffer, straighter cousin is moving in! This jean brings an edgier vibe to any outfit with the vintage feel of the stiff denim. The straight cut creates a balancing effect. It also might be more forgiving on your pocket as stiffer denim means you won’t need to replace them as often (I’m looking at you Joni)!
A denim jumpsuit is the perfect addition to your wardrobe. It’s an easy throw on style that screams summer but can easily transition into Autumn/Winter when layered with knitwear. This season you can opt for the shape of the moment, a boilersuit or keep it timeless with a more classic cut.
Which Denim Trends will you be trying this season?