Denim has been considered as most fashionable fashion wear now-a-days. Here are some denim trends for this fall. The latest in jean trends—high-low hemlines, OTT embroidery, over sized jackets, and even a miniskirt.
Hemlines: We can’t talk fall denim trends without mentioning Vetements and the brand’s influence on jeans as we know them. Its straight-leg style is seen on every street style star in the know, most likely because of the low-key, cut-off hem. It may costs $1,500 on a pair.
Babouches: Mules are fast becoming a wardrobe staple, so consider this denim pair your next go-to. Bonus points practices serious sustainability through eco-friendly sourcing and hand-makes their shoes in South Africa.
Ott Embroidery:It’s no wonder Gucci got into the embellished denim game. Go extreme with look in a sequin top and patent boots- this is Alessando Michele’s Gucci, after all-or tone down the style with a plain white tee.
Slit Hems: The partial straight leg creates a soft flare that will flatter your legs and show off shoes.
Oversized Jackets: Oversized denim jackets work with just about any outfit, fast tracking it to must-have status.
Overcoats: The fashionable persons who don’t want to wear a trench coat, they can try denim overcoat. The fabric is just as neutral and can be worn with almost any outfit.
Front Button Pants: Button front pants signal the impending return of the boot cut, which is on its way to becoming the next IT-jean fit.
Textile Focus News Desk