Five Must-Try Denim Trends for Spring 2015 And Beyond
You can finally ditch your loved skinny denims for now, as 2015 has some of greatest trends in denims, which started from the spring and continued to the fall. If you love the fabric, there are no ways that you can miss these amazing choices in denims this year.
Go the flared way: There is nothing more fun than having flared denims, because let’s agree to one thing- these are easily among the most comfortable things that you can wear on a summery evening. Flared denim does come back from the 70s, when the bell bottoms ruled, but for the spring collections, designers chose to give the design the much needed modern twist. For a day ahead of the skinny options, this seems like a good bet. The designers to check are J.Crew and Gucci.
Get it embellished: Another cool and happening spring look is the one where you can use embellishment for a complete feel. Start with designer denims and create your own patterns. The more you do, the better it feels- at least that’s the way most designers have done that this time in spring 2015. Some of the names you might want to look for inspiration include Dolce & Gabbana, Anna Sui and Sonia Rykiel. Among all, the Dolce & Gabbana design remains the best one with plenty of embellishment.
Patched up denim: This trend is quite an invention because you can actually experiment a lot or even think of a DIY project. For those who love style in the real sense and want to do new things with their looks, this is among the freshest trends to follow. The designers worth checking for this style include Tommy Hilfiger and MM6 Maison Margiela among others. You can try creating stuff with different coloured denims or might just want get the scrap materials from a local shop.
Love for denim skirts: This is the best trend of the season so far- Yes, we are talking of the denim skirt that is a straight lift from the 70s and has been revamped for that modern touch. Long and sporty in more ways than one, the style was seen at major runway shows, including that of Stella McCartney, Chloe and Paul & Joe. For those who like more easy and roomy denims, this is like a first love.
Fun being distressed: When you want to avoid look neat and suave all the time, this is how your denims should look like. Fun and happening, distressed denims are worth the attention and you can try a lot of variety to make sure that the look works for you. For an average day when there isn’t much to do, this is your perfect call. The designers and brands that have created the trend include DSquared2, Leonard and Roberto Cavalli.
One must also mention the mint condition denims with no unwanted whiskers and fades, which went on to become quite a rage at shows of Rodarte and Chloe. Get started for the choices now!
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