The Biggest Denim Trends Of Spring | Fashion news


What was it about the 1990s and denim?
It’s time to get the inside scoop on which jeans to buy this spring.
There’s a way to do retro denim while still appearing modern; a way to try the baggy jeans trend without looking like a member of a ’90s boy band (hello, NSYNC); and a way to confidently slip into those low-rises.

A group of professional buyers reveal the best denim brands to buy to get the off-duty look of the stars, the go-to stores for size-inclusive styles, and the insider Depop secrets to snagging second-hand pairs you can feel good about buying.

Y2K, but it’s OK

If handkerchief tops, diamanté chokers and butterfly clips are too teeny bopper for your taste, denim is the easiest way to tap into the Noughties look that continues to captivate the Gen-Z market. “It’s an opportunity to inject a youthful and energetic feel into your wardrobe,”.“Think Loewe’s Britney Spears-inspired denim dresses, jeans with low-slung waistlines, and double denim combinations..”

Agolde jeans are selling like hotcakes owing to the brand’s ability to tap into nostalgia without explicitly saying: trendy. “Whether you’re looking for retro-inspired trends, fitted or relaxed jeans, Agolde has something for everyone,”.


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A fine vintage

“Straight-leg jeans and oversized jackets with a ‘vintage look’ are continuously in high demand at – especially from customers looking for comfortable options with no compromise on style,” shares Page. “Jeans by Re/Done, Citizens of Humanity and GRLFRND are always amongst our top performers.” Other popular clean-look, straight-leg options come from Totême, Mother and Frame. “These are the wardrobe staples that do the work for you and can be worn across all seasons,” she adds. Think Kaia Gerber and Kendall Jenner, the queens of new-gen French-girl style, and you’re there.

Baggy trousers

The Depoppers are ahead of the curve once again. Now that super low-rise jeans and skirts barely bigger than belts are common fashion parlance, die-hard fashionistas are going low and ultra baggy. “Denim utility and cargo style jeans have been trending more due to the huge popularity of cargo pants, and the slouchy low-rise baggy look is becoming even more popular,”. The accessories to bag while you’re trawling for cargos? Cowboy boots, say those in the know.

Wide strides

“The Valentino runway really led the way for the wide-leg, pale-wash denim trend and we loved the styling with strong colour-pop ready-to-wear,” notes Liane Wiggins, head of womenswear at “It felt like such a modern look. We also saw this denim trend come through strongly at Molly Goddard and Balenciaga.” For a breezy uniform to float through spring in, it’s all about casual denim that has that throw-on-and-go look that exudes effortlessness, even if those jeans are new.

Ready-to-wear denim

Investment denim buys are not just limited to jeans. Ready-to-wear is big news, “from Loewe’s strappy denim dress and caped denim jacket, to Valentino’s chambray kaftan and Saint Laurent’s tailored denim blazer dress – all of which are versatile wardrobing pieces that can be dressed up or down”, Chloé is also great for denim dresses, while The Row is an excellent port of call for, well, everything.

Jeans for all

Shopping for jeans can spark a full changing room meltdown for even the most level-headed of individuals. Luckily, retailers have received the memo and are demanding more from brands regarding size-inclusive stock. “We really focus on ensuring we have a rounded buy from [key] brands – such as Khaite, Raey, Totême, Nili Lotan, Tu Es Mon Tresor and Re/Done – with every rise, shape, wash and size, so our customer can buy into the right denim for their wardrobe,”. Good American, a true denim trailblazer, is Flannels’s trusted source for “thoughtfully designed jeans to fit and flatter all body shapes, which empower customers to feel sexy, stylish, and confident”, according to Ilori. There’s no excuse for failing to dabble in the distressed denim movement, right?

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