How to wear this season’s latest denim trends

How to wear this season’s latest denim trends

Every season, denim is remade, sometimes upgraded with the latest technology or cuts, but more often than not, reborn from the past. The latest in denim jeans for women pair well with tops and blouses, making every fashion look a statement. The vintage denim allows for silhouette alignment, balancing the body in shape by bringing back the retro 60s-70s freestyle look. Bell bottoms, tapered legs, and wide-legged jeans are back. 

Stylish designers like @Guess, @AGOLDE and @GRLFRND are showing us what the new vintage denim looks like and how to wear them. These cowboy jeans are making the perfect look with heels in any style or colour, dressing up the outfit in a casual, but stylish way. The most interesting trend about denim this season is its versatility: denim on denim. 

If you’re considering revamping your denim collection, we suggest you borrow (or keep!) your boyfriend’s jeans, the baggy look is here to stay. Take your 90s denim shorts and keep them on standby for summer barbeques. Dungarees are also back, with a twist as seen on Stranger Things. 

To conclude, update your vintage denim with a pair of heels.

Look 1: Victorian retro

The puff sleeve came into fashion during the Victorian era. With the 80s denim incorporating the puff sleeve, the look fuses fashion during peak times in fashion history.

Look 2: Miley’s

Miley Cyrus grew up country, so a comfy pair of buckaroo jeans adds the right amount of flair to this old country look. These jeans are totally an investment piece.

Look 3: The Badass 90s

If you can’t tell already, a leather jacket and high-rise jeans are very badass.

Look 4: My Calvin’s

Calvin Klein is known for their classic jeans, very retro-90s. A pair of Calvin’s show you’re stylish, but cultured.

Look 5: 1993 New York

This look was inspired by Givenchy’s artistic director, Clare Waight Keller during the early 90s, a time before social media and Sex and the City she said.

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