14 Denim Trends for Spring You Need To Try
Spring is upon us, but is your wardrobe ready? We've rounded up spring's hottest denim trends to help you get a head start.
Channel your boho side with embroidered denim. Blogger Chelsea Lankford of truelane pair hers with a simple sweater to keep the denim the focal point of the look. When shopping we recommend going for a light to medium washed pair.
Patchwork pants give any outfit a laid back vibe. Boat People Boutique created this pair and shows you how to achieve a similar look. Get the most wear out of these by using neutral colors so they will be more versatile in your wardrobe.
This frayed hem spotted on Sarah Slutsky really draws the eye and gives movement to your look. With this trend less is more—it’s easy to go overboard, so keep it simple.
This trend can be seen with a variety of textures and designs. This look from EJ Style gives a playful, beachy look and is perfectly paired with these espadrille wedges. Create this look on your own by cutting the hem of relaxed jeans and sewing or glue your desired applique.
This denim trend is easy to wear and to create, and can blend in with most outfits surprisingly well. This pair featured on Who What Wear gives the look a more casual, grunge vibe.
Kaitlyn Ham of Modern Legacy shows off her flare-legged denim flawlessly. This trend is a modern take on the flare-legged style of the 70’s. When shopping, go for a capri length flare to be worn for spring.
We’ve seen this trend before, but it’s not going anywhere. Camille Callen of noholita pairs hers with graphic tee, tennis shoes, and a leather moto jacket to achieve an every day, “cool-girl” look.
Sara Delaney from Notes From A Stylist gives you a step by step tutorial to create your own pair. This trend is by far the easiest to style and to create. The raw hem also looks great on denim on any silhouette.
A slight twist from the raw hem, but just as simple. Blogger Chelsea Lankford of truelane adds a moto jacket to pull off an everyday edgy look. Replicate this denim trend by following the how-to tutorial for the raw hem. Then cut the front panel about two inches further up the side seam, use a ruler to connect the two slits and cut along the line.
This trend is subtle, but adds visual interest and a slight texture to otherwise basic denim. This look from stylist and fashion consultant Barbara Martelo features a pair with decorative front hems with a slight wash difference between the two panels.
Instagrammer @lydiamarceau is playing into the lace-up denim trend, and we love it. The most common trends include lace up fly denim, laced detailed on pockets and laced up side seams.
Blogger Chelsea Lankford of truelane paired her denim with chic black and gray accents. This trend is similar to the raw hem, but requires slightly more time to create your own. Achieve this look by using a seam ripper to disassemble your hem.
Instagrammer @magazinetomercer shows her embellished denim. This pair features the embellishments confined to a panel area rather that throughout the pair. Like the embroidered style, wear with a simple top to keep the look focused on the denim.
Cropped Kick Flare
This style focuses on the silhouette of the denim rather than aspects within the pair. The cropped kick flare fit can be seen within several of the previous trends. It can be described as a straight leg or slight flare fit with the hem hitting somewhere between mid-shin and above the ankle. This pair styled by blogger Chelsea Lankford of truelane uses this silhouette to emphasize the hem and the shoes worn.