Are you a lover of denim or are you just looking for a guide to getting the most trendy denim collection in 2020? This is for you.
Not sure what kind of jeans to get on your next shopping spree? Are you one who does not pay attention to fashion updates? We serve you the top denim trends for the remaining part of 2020. So, check out this fashion guide.
It’s no secret that denim has never gone out of style (and it never will) because it is one of the world’s most versatile styles. If you’re like me, who wears denim to almost every function, you need to take advantage of this article as a guide when you go shopping for your next pair of jeans.
One major thing I love about denim is the fact that it can be dressed up or down and still come out looking good and trendy. Denim can practically be paired with almost anything in all fashion seasons.
Below are the top five denim trends in 2020.
1. Rip it Away
If you’re a fan of showing skin like myself, then the multiple holed denim, referred to popularly as ripped jeans, is just for you. And the beauty is that you don’t have to appear trashy with this fashionable piece since it can be styled with even a blazer or a white shirt and heels.
2. High-Waisted Jeans
The high-waisted denim has been around for a while and it is still here. This kind of denim trousers can either be skinny or bootcut. Either way, it gives the illusion of long legs and a skinnier frame.
3. Boot Cuts Cowgirl
Growing up, I disliked wearing bootcuts but I guess they are more fashionable now, so I can give it a try. Boot cuts have been around in the fashion world since the 70s. It is mostly synonymous with the cowgirls and now comes with a little umph now. Some boot cut jeans are even ripped (talk about some modern-ish).
4. High Rise Wide Leg
This gives you that supermodel vibe with more fabric. Whether you like your wide-leg denim to hit the floor or prefer it cropped, as long as it’s high-waisted, you’re good to go. This type of denim is perfect for pairing with feminine blouses or cropped sweaters.
5. Give Some Pleat to the Denim
Pleated denim designs are big in 2020 and I absolutely love the edge it gives when worn.