Jeans are timeless, but I don’t always have the best time shopping for them. So when a producer for the TODAY show asked me if I want to talk about the top three latest denim trends to shop this season, I put on my journalist hat and got to business. It turns out that prints, patchwork, and loose jeans are in right now.
Prints & Patterned Jeans
I styled my model Lauren in these printed straight leg jeans from Zara. These jeans are made from a rigid fabric and have a high-waisted design. The swirls in this design are navy, which offers a nice contrast to the chic white background.
Next, Robinson wore indigo blue jeans feature an eye-catching wavy pattern throughout that is both stylish and fun. This pair of jeans has a skinny fit and is made of durable fabric with a bit of stretch for a comfortable feel.
Sherly from Hause of Curls also rocked the patterned look with these jeans I found from Hollister. Color blocking is huge in fashion right now, and these jeans are a perfect option if you are looking to hop on the trend. With a vintage-inspired patchwork design, these high-rise jeans can fit into any wardrobe.
Our friend and actor Jonathan rocked the look with FashionNova Men. These pastel pink and white jeans are perfect for the coming spring season thanks to its soft, bright colored palette. With a straight-fit design, these pants can be dressed down with a casual shirt or paired with a nice button up for a more put-together look.
Loose Jeans Trends
If you find skinny jeans and straight-leg designs to be uncomfortable, you might want to try a more loose fit. This low-rise option has extra wide legs and is available in five colors, ranging from classic jean colors to more vibrant options, such as this neon green pair from Zara.
With a cool tie-dye design, this mid-rise pair of jeans has a flattering and comfortable relaxed fit. Made to be unisex, this pair of vintage-inspired grunge jeans also has belt loops and five pockets. Matt wore these vintage unisex grunge print jeans from Asos.
Which trend do you like the most?