Denim trend: 5 styles that we’ll wear up and down this fall

Denim trend
5 styles we’ll wear up and down this fall

Annabel Rosendahl and Tine Andrea

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Rain, wind and fresh temperatures – we are currently seeing this more and more frequently when we check our weather app. So it’s time to deal with the trends for autumn 2021.

The official autumn season begins in a few weeks. By then, at the latest, it’s time to say goodbye to airy summer dresses and light jackets and welcome back to our autumn and winter wardrobe. And this year, too, one style should not be missing in our wardrobe – the denim look. We’ll show you the hottest jeans styles that you won’t be able to avoid in autumn.

Baggy jeans

Even in autumn 2021, skinny jeans will still be banned in the wardrobe. Fashionistas are again focusing on comfort this year. In line with this, we will see a particular jeans style in autumn, namely the baggy pants. As the name suggests, the jeans model is about a rather wide, straight cut. In addition, the baggy jeans are a real styling miracle, because they can be styled depending on the occasion. For a more chic look, we use a body-hugging body, a well-cut blazer and delicate heels. If you want to underline the baggy style even more, you can combine the wide-cut jeans hoodie, an oversize jacket and chunky boots or sneakers to underline the baggy look even more.

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Barrel jeans

If the baggy jeans are a bit too extreme for you, you should perk up your ears, because the barrel jeans come in a similar style. The jeans are baggy on the thighs and calves, but are cut tight again at the waist and ankles. Similar to the baggy jeans, the barrel jeans are a real styling all-rounder, because depending on the occasion, the jeans can either be downstyled or upstyled. We love the high-waisted trousers, for example, with tight tops to give the body a beautiful silhouette. But if you prefer to combine a casual sweater with barrel jeans, you should just make sure to tuck the sweater slightly into the waistband of the pants so that the contour of the body is not lost.

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Denim but make it business

We fell in love with this denim look straight away. Because the Tory Burch brand is reinterpreting the otherwise casually styled denim and making it suitable for the office. The outfit consists of two parts, a well-cut blazer with elegant button details and a filigree maxi skirt with a wrap-around look. Both come in a strong blue that is guaranteed to attract everyone’s attention. An elegant blouse and chic boots and the denim look is perfect.

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Back to the 90’s

With oversize-fitting denim jackets, fashion labels bring the grunge look of the 90s back into our closets. The trend is based on music legend Kurt Cobain, who made the oversize jackets in jeans look famous. And we know why, because denim jackets not only look cool, they are also ideal for the transitional period. The oversize fit makes it easy to layer your clothes – there is plenty of room for a thick sweater underneath. Simply combine the baggy or barrel jeans and you have a cool denim look.

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Last but not least: Jeans turned inside out

We really didn’t see this trend coming, because for a long time turning inside jeans was considered frowned upon. But this view is now a thing of the past, because more and more women are using exactly this model. And we understand why, because instead of running to the tailor with trousers that are too long, you can now simply turn your jeans over. This is not only incredibly practical, but also gives the jeans a certain structure that quickly becomes an eye-catcher. Fashion blogger Débora Rosa shows how best to combine jeans style. Together with an elegant coat and black accessories in shoes and bag, the look is complete.

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Brigitte