Fall Denim Trends

Fall Denim Trends

When it comes to denim there’s a fit that’s flattering to any type of girl. Hence, why denim trends are the easiest to pull off. Whether you’re someone who loves a good skinny pant to style with your favorite heels, or you’re simply trying to pull off an 80’s look with your mom jeans. Denim is for everybody and you must not ignore these fall denim trends coming your way.

80’s Distressed

The 80’s are back and they want they’re jeans back! Whether you go for high-rise or boot-cut jeans with rips at the knees, this is the time to channel your inner 80’s. Pair your 80’s distressed denim with a turtle neck, a leather jacket and your favorite pair of booties this fall.

Mom Jeans

Mom jeans have been around since last season and they won’t be going anywhere. Especially, the midwash, straight leg look that will be sticking around a while longer. Go for a high waist lighter wash paired with tucked in band tee and pulled over boots.

Colored Denim

If you’re looking for a way to incorporate more color in your wardrobe, then I’ve got just the trend for you. Colored denim are slowly making their way back this fall. Try going for a unique shade, from soft lavender to a flashy hot pink. Pair your colored denim with cool white sneakers and a tee, or a flannel with black booties.

Wide Leg Denim

Although the wide leg denim is a bit more casual than a traditional trouser it’s always such a chic look. Wide leg denim is an alternative to skinny or straight leg jeans. This denim style can be paired with a biker-style, leather jacket and a striped t-shirt, or a belted blazer with block heel slides.

Side Strip Denim

The side stripe denim is a trend you will want to try without a doubt. You can pair it with a denim jacket or a bomber to complete your sporty look.

Denim Jumpsuit

This denim jumpsuit is so comfortable you’ll want to be wearing all fall. You can go for an oversized jumpsuit that you can manipulate to flatter your own figure. Pull the belt in tight and draw attention to your waist.