6 Denim Trends To Try Now

Share

Looking for a bold new way to rock denim? Update your arsenal of true blue staples this fall by shopping the 6 best denim trends of 2014–think slouchy jean joggers, retro-chic skirts, unconventional outerwear options and more.

The Best In Denim

Photo: Adam Katz Sinding

Trend To Try: Slouchy Joggers

Super slouchy styles inspired by loose-fit trousers and drop-crotch joggers are equal parts chic and comfortable. Made for days when you can't seem to get out of your sweatpants, this cool-girl denim trend makes for a (fashionably) happy medium.

Photo: Carolines Mode

Trend To Try: Ultra-Flattering Fits

In recent news, fits made to contour, lift, smooth and flatter your assets have actually become a thing--and we couldn't be more excited about it. From super-stretchy styles that never go baggy to stem-toning skinnies in gorgeous new washes, this might be our favorite denim trend yet.

Photo: Vanessa Jackman

Trend To Try: Patchwork

Patchwork squares strategically placed on baggy boyfriend jeans take contemporary shape this season, although we'll never forget the '90s trend that inspired the throwback movement. Unsure how to rock them in 2014? Team yours with a loose-fit tee and point-toe pumps for street style-savvy results.

Photo: Adam Katz Sinding

Trend To Try: The Return Of The Skirt

From frayed floor-length styles to micro mini silhouettes packed with retro-chic flair, the latest take on denim skirts deserves placement in your fall arsenal immediately.

Photo: Vanessa Jackman

Trend To Try: Mom Jeans

The following 5 styles might look like they came from your mother's collection of untouched denim circa '95--and this season, that is totally acceptable. High-waisted, straight-legged 'mom jeans' are making an epic comeback worth channeling today.

Photo: Carolines Mode

Trend To Try: Unexpected Separates

This season, denim isn't solely reserved for boyfriend jeans and cut-off shorts. Shop 5 (of the many) unconventional takes on true blue style we're loving for fall.

Photo: Adam Katz Sinding