5 Spring Denim Trends
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One of the phenomena of the fashion industry are undoubtedly jeans. They have survived all decades, seasons, trends and gained the cult status of classic in the fashion industry. Here are some of the denim trends that you need to know the next time you go shopping.
Back in the '80s
The fashion influence form the '80s is now as strong and alike as it was back then. An easy way to add this decade in your wardrobe is to try with a pair of no-fuss jeans. Fit jeans that are snug at the waist, baggy throughout, and tapered at the ankle were a trademark in the ‘80s, and are again popular on the streets these days.
Side striped jeans
Side stripes inspired by the racetracks have made their comeback on the runway this season. It is now a matter of time when jeans will adopt the same detail. Bright stripe trailing down the side of your jeans will give a sporty tpuch. Among other, who needs track pants if there are striped jeans?!
If you are more for the slouch style of your mother’s or boyfriend’s jeans, you'll most likely like the "baggy" fit. These jeans don't follow the line of your booty; but, there's some extra room (in the pant legs as well). They look exceptionally comfortable and are great paired with boots.
A pair of high-waisted, cropped flare jeans are perfect to show off your shoes and ankles in winter or summer. If your jeans collection misses that special pair with a special something-something, flares just might be the one.
For spring 2018, designers are drawing the eyes toward the hem. Fun embellishments on the bottom, whether that's with beads or a frayed hemline that looks raw and jagged, is ‘must’ this season—no more cuffing. Other fun designs like ruffles or even a fluted style are all allowed.