Happy Wednesday my stylers, while I know skinny jeans will never actually go out of style, but there’s a new range of fresh silhouettes that continue to rise in popularity. Yes, I’m talking about styles like flared denim but also another recent favorite among the fashion world, full-length denim. This cut is in a straight fit, typically comes in a lighter wash, and bunches just slightly on top of the shoes.
The everyday essential had a huge presence on the runways last September with big designer from Givenchy to Gucci and Celine showcasing the much-loved fabric in a variety of range of ways, including cropped culottes and ’70s flares. Yes! Boot-cut jeans are back. If you follow me on my social media you know I’m obsessed with everything flare. The leg-lengthening flared denim silhouette is predicted to be huge this year. Go for a high-waisted pair cinched at the waist with a narrow belt
I know this style is a far cry from the cropped skinny and straight jeans that we’ve been wearing over the last decade, but this is one denim style that will be that can put a spin to any outfit in the 2020s. I can bet the chicest people out there will give these jeans a try with pointed ankle boots or high-heel strappy sandals when the temperatures start to warm up. Keeping in mind that this is Louisiana and hot days comes randomly Bermuda-style long shorts, culottes, or cropped wide-leg styles were also all over the runways. Wearing them with knee-high boots, or booties will give you that pre-spring look without looking too cold.
A pair of pointed stilettos pared unexpected with light-wash jeans, a graphic tee, and a moto jacket.
Into darker jeans? Try a full-length style with a leather jacket and black boots for a cool vibe.
Bring instant polish to light-wash jeans with a blazer and sleek turtleneck.