This autumn, denim is hot once again, with a huge number of styles that are on trend. From the tried and trusted classic original fit jeans to colour-blocked or embroidered skinnies, there’s something for everyone.
Washes, treatments and embellishments are all big news, as are classic silhouettes and androgynous shapes. This autumn, the focus is on fit and how you wear your jeans, and double denim is certainly not considered a fashion crime any longer.
Denim En Vogue
Over the last decade, denim has enjoyed something of a rebirth, with new technologies and techniques allowing for softer, stretchier versions of the original stiff, rigid fabric to be created. Fashion bible, Vogue, has paid tribute to denim this autumn and their 50 Best Fall Runway looks give you a sneak peak into the versatility of this material.
At a site like http://www.cuba-clothing.com/womens/jeans.html, you can find a selection of womens designer jeans that would perfectly fit in with Vogue’s catwalk styles, and you can pick and choose what type of denim you’d prefer to wear.
More Than Just Jeans
This autumn, denim is about so much more than just jeans, as shown on Bustle.com.
Denim dresses are particularly hot this autumn and can be dressed up or down, whilst denim jackets have evolved from the traditional collared buttoned up styles of yesteryear and are now taking shape as blazers, parkas and even waist coats. Denim has been given both a formal and a casual twist, and there are many options for how you want to wear this incredibly versatile fabric.
This season, denim was spotted on the runways of designers like Alexander Wang and Balenciaga and the fabric once again claimed its spot on the catwalk.
Designers have reimagined the fabric in so many ways, from stitching together artfully skewed seams to adding colour blocks, embroidery, lace and other adornments. Even denim suits have become trendy. Women also have the option of spray on tight skinnies, or opting for the more casual and comfy boyfriend look. Rips are also big news and can be customised according to the wearer’s personal style, giving them the opportunity to create their own bespoke pair of jeans.
One thing’s for sure, denim is here to stay and it’s a huge hit this autumn!