The skinny jean used to reign supreme, but now six new styles are here to take their place! Need to update your wardrobe? Read on and SHOP the five silhouettes you should be adding to your closet this season.
A new season ushers in a whole new set of trends, and denim is getting a major update this season. From white denim to cropped hemlines and flares, so many silhouettes are out to take the place of the skinny jean. From the mom jean to the boyfriend jean, patchwork, distressed denim and cropped hems, it might seem more confusing than ever before to navigate the denim landscape. Don’t know which style is right for you? Read on to shop the five hottest silhouettes of the season.
The mom jean is back and it is better than ever, with everyone from Malia Obama to Kourtney Kardashian dominating the trend -- and you can, too, with this amazing pair of jeans.
If the mom jean definitely isn't for you, you'll love this cropped jegging. Even though we're moving past the skinny jean if you are having a hard time letting it go then you will love this silhouette, because it's just as flattering as your fave pair of skinnies but infuses a major trendy factor into the style thanks to the cropped hem. White denim is also a MAJOR trend this season.
The frayed trend is here to stay and we're obsessed with this pair from Khloe Kardashian's line.
The denim skirt is back and better than ever -- and it's a great staple to add to your spring wardrobe. Free shipping on orders $99+ with code FREESHIP99. Free returns and exchanges in-store.
The 70s are alive and there's no better way to bring back the decade than with a pair of flared jeans -- we especially love how they look with wedges! Tuck in a printed blouse and you're ready to go -- and you can score this pair, (which originally cost $205!), for $105 on Gilt Groupe.
Patchwork is a major trend and a great way to show it off is with this vintage button-up from Blue Jean Baby -- can you believe it's from the 70s?! Not only does it incorporate the cool trend, but the oversized silhouette can also be worn open, just like all of the oversized denim jackets we've been seeing on our fave street-style stars.