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Denim Trends for Fall

by Anna P. | September 14th, 2012 | Women's Fashion
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Jeans are the quintessential fashion essential for all fashionistas, and it’s easy to see why. They’re easy to wear, super comfy, and if they’re made well, they will last you several seasons or more. Let’s take a good look as some of the current trends on the market and how you can wear them!

1- Skinny Jeans

Skinny jeans or jeggings are still in style. This style often comes in a variety of colors including blue, black, red, and yellow. These jeans are obviously not the most flattering styles out there, but they work for many women. Dress up your look with long, loose fitting tunic style tops and short dresses that could double as tops. For fall’s cooler months, you should pair with a long-ish tee shirt and fitted jacket for balance. These jeans look best with heels and ankle boots.

Styles you’ll love: Silver Suki Skinny Stretch Jeans $85.00 at The Buckle and 67 8 Printed Skinny Jeans $74.90 at The Limited.

2- Classic Straight Leg Jeans

Sometimes the classics never go out of style, and this is a prime example of that.  Classic straight leg style jeans look best in favorite either light, medium, or dark washes. You can wear these jeans with all your favorite tee shirts, dressy blouses, cardigans, and sweaters. If you don’t already own at least two pairs, you should stock up now before the official start of fall.

Styles you’ll love: 1969 Real Staight Leg Jeans $69.95 at Gap and Levi’s  Classic Rise Slight Curve Straight Leg Jeans $50.00 at Levi’s.

3- Flare Jeans

Flare jeans are a popular style for one simple reason: the shape flatters virtually every body type. Like straight legs jeans, this style easily works with almost anything. This fall, pair yours with a lacy cami and lightweight cardigan or a white button-down blouse.

Styles you’ll love: Bootcut Flare Jeans $30 at JC Penney and The Rockstar Bootcut Jeans $25 at Old Navy.

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