New Jeans Trends
Hilary Duff heads off to the hair salon in West Hollywood, California, while wearing a pair of J Brand’s Houlihan Twill Cargo pants, in Vintage Olive. Celebrities such as Rihanna and Ciara are fans of the Houlihan pants. I wonder who’s is going to wear them next? I don’t know if I could pull them off, what do you think? Is this a trend you’re going to try? Buy these cargo pants here at Singer22 for $230.
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Are you ready to jump into some new denim for Spring? Shopbop is one of my favourite online stores for denim! It has such a wide selection of brands and new styles. I have put together a little post on some of the new styles for Spring that have just come in. Current/Elliott have started using nail heads for their designs, Rock & Republic have put coloured fabric under their rips which I love! I have always liked colour showing through. Distressing is still very big and so are the boyfriend shorts! Just click on the links under each image to purchase them. Have fun Spring Denim shopping! Who doesn’t love getting new clothes?!
Just in time for spring, Madewell has launched a great new style. The slouchy trouser jean, which is perfect for wearing with flats or heels, you can dress it up or down! The slouchy trouser style features a paper-bag style waist and pleats, with a slimmer leg. You can purchase them at Madewell stores or check out more on their site.
A new trend that seems to be showing up in most of the brands are patches. Usually put on to cover a hole or to give a carefree hippy vibe that tears won’t give alone. But now they are put on to add to the distressing, they are even under the tears. Brands such as Hudson, True Religion, and more are on this trend. This is also not just for the ladies. Hysteric Glamour, Ksubi, and Diesel have also come out with styles for men. Check out some of the styles below.
Editors note – Diesel have been patching the holes in their jeans ever since 71J came on the scene which was years ago. I wonder if all the brands are now following in their trend to make their jeans more sturdier as well as fashionable?