Jeans are a favourite thing in women’s wardrobe. Not only fashionable but also practical, they have been a leader in the lists of stylish trends for decades. Depending on the season, its cut, colour and decor change. We offer to see what 2021 is preparing for us?
It’s no secret that fashion is cyclical, and most trends and tendencies return to the fashionable Olympus. So it happened with the flared jeans – popular in the rebellious 70’s style returned to fashion. In any case, we see flared jeans in the collections of designers for several seasons in a row. They will be relevant next spring and winter. It is what Chanel, Temperley London and Veronica Beard designers say.
Creating collections, designers could not deny the pleasure of “playing” with length. The result of the experiments was shortened jeans up to ankle length and above.
Shortened jeans allow you to create stylish and romantic outfits.
Traditional shades of denim, a faint hint of abrasion, comfortable fit and a slightly narrowed cut – classic jeans are always in fashion. It is satisfying that in new collections they have a place next to trendy models. Celine, Rag & Bone and Veronica Beard offer to make sure of this.
Split hem jeans
Torn and shabby denim is still in trend, but next season the places of cuts will change a bit. Flared hems with a cut at the bottom of the pants do not fit the legs as tight as skinny. These jeans are suitable for any shoe: sneakers, mules or rock ‘n’ roll shoes. It all depends on your preferences.
Lapels will easily decorate free-cut models. Boyfriend jeans are created for lapels. Flared are also not suitable for this reception, because they are quite wide, and it will look ridiculous.
They are in fashion now. And in the spring, it seems, will be even more popular.
Wide, as hip-hoppers wear, models are still much more comfortable than skinny jeans. And they add the right note of light negligence to absolutely any outfit.
To the delight of fans of the original models, the designers presented in new collections and unusual patchwork jeans. The collections feature both jeans made of rags of denim of different shades and models in which denim pieces are combined with printed fabrics. Dolce & Gabbana and Dior presented outstanding looks in their collections.