Even though I try not to wear jeans every single day, nine times out of ten, I do. I have a little bit of an obsession with jeans. It doesn't matter if they look like a pair I already have in my closet. I just have to buy them. And after seeing all the new 2020 denim trends. This year, toss your basic mom jeans aside (Hallelujah) never a fan! Even is the 80's! And opt for a statement-making pair! So many different silhouettes, washes, and details that make wearing jeans every day more than appropriate even at work!
Just think everything from flare and wide-leg fits to the return of the skinny jean is in. As far as rinses, Pantone's Classic Blue has found its way to denim, but the two-toned looks shown on fashion week's 2020 runways are equally tempting. Lastly, basic styles get an up upgrade via visible seams and polished pleats that take standard jeans to the next level.
Stella McCartney's runway featured visible seems on their denim. So if she says its cool then I say OKAY! While jeans traditionally feature subtle seams on the sides of the legs, ribbing and seaming placed smack-dab in the center is the new trend to try. Blank NYC's Check out is trend called The Rivington Jeans ($128, Blank NYC) they boast a cool notched waistband, an ultra-light rinse, and visible seams running up both legs.
Ripped Jeans forever will be numero uno in my heart but Chanel was showing a lot of pleated jeans for spring-summer. Go with a darker more polished look and you will be good for the office. I suggest snagging the Levi’s Ribcage Pleated Crop Jeans ($98, Free People). If you can get your hands on them!
Oh, the return of the skinny. I'm not sure if it even left honestly. But to be honest with all the knee-high boots in style you need a good skinny pair of jeans. My suggestion, the Banana Republic High-Rise Skinny Button-Fly Jean ($70, originally $110, Banana Republic) for a perfect, comfortable fit and a stylish button-up waist.