One of the things we love most about fashion is that we all can march to the beat of our own drum, but if there is one thing we all agree on, it is probably that everyone should own a great pair of jeans or two. With that said, we always think of August as the perfect month to revamp our denim collection, so we have rounded up four inspiring denim looks to explore for today’s Style Spy story. No matter your style, there is sure to be something inside for you, so click through and discover which four denim styles are making waves at the moment and how you can get in on the action.
Wide-leg jeans are currently making a major comeback with a little help from stars like Jessica Alba. We recommend pairing them with a breezy top and then adding a pair of chunky wedges, resulting in a look that is part 70s boho, part modern maven. Key styles include Citizens of Humanity’s Amber Bootcut Jeans ($189) and James Jeans’ Humphrey Flare-Leg Jeans ($70).
We love that printed jeans are no longer few and far between, because they just make every outfit that little bit more fun. We like the way Jaime King has styled hers with a vintage tee and suede ankle booties—the look is fun but fashion-forward. Key styles include Paige Denim’s Feather-Print Verdugo Ultra-Skinny Jeans ($189) and BDG’s Cigarette High-Rise Printed Jeans ($68).
If you are a classic girl at heart, you should certainly look to Olivia Palermo and her blue skinny jeans for inspiration this fall. Not only do classic blue jeans go with just about everything, but they do have a chic-meets-casual feel. Key styles include J Brand Denim’s 811 Mid-Rise Skinny Jeans ($200) and Topshop’s Moto Supersoft Skinny Leigh Jeans ($76).
If you want to carry the lightness of spring/summer through to fall, make sure you grab a pair of pastel jeans a la Chloe Moretz. We recommend styling them with a top in either white or another pastel hue and opting for similarly soft accessories. Key styles include Siwy’s Hannah Jeans ($154) and Blank NYC’s Pastel Me Your Secrets Jeans ($78).
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