This season, jeans are proving they are here to stick around all year. Let’s start with the 2018 denim trends.
Denim pants and skirts are in and they’re not leaving despite how hot the weather gets. We rounded up the must-haves of the season to add to your closet – oh and the best part? These 2018 denim trends are sure to carry into fall, meaning they’re totes worth the investment. Check them out below.
Denim isn’t just for the blues! While we normally wear color denim in the spring, this year it’s totally acceptable to bring life to your jeans. Celebs like Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and Selena Gomez have all adopted the look. Pair them with your kicks and a simple tee, or dress them up with heels. Vibrant or pastel, it’s chic AF and you’ll look like you are the queen of styling.
Two Toned Jeans:
This season is v against less is more. In fact, when it comes to denim, more is more! Denim is no longer coming in one shade when it comes to our bottoms. Sounds crazy AF, right? But the mixed style is what everyone wants these days. At least it makes you less basic b*tch, right?
While they may be a blast from the past, denim skirts’ potential to be an outfit game-changer has become greater than ever. Thanks to our style faves like Rihanna, Beyonce, and Kim K rocking the chic, jean skirt version of the Canadian tuxedo, we’ll definitely keep this in our wardrobe A-list pieces for this season. Also, they make your curves look damn good!
While you might think you’re too tall or too short for the pants, culotte jeans are actually versatile for every body type. Look for a pair that hits directly above the ankle, or right above the calf so that your legs still have length. Dress them with some stilettos and fancy them up, or opt to go a more ’70s vibes with sandals or sneakers – the possibilities are endless and you’re sure to look trendy and on fleek.
Raw edge jeans:
We won’t lie, we kinda hope these stay in style a LONG time. While we love how cute they look with sneaks, booties, and heels, our favorite part is they’re totally DIY-able. Cut a pair of old jeans to make a new raw edge style – it’s foolproof and you will have a whole new vibe.