Vintage-style jeans are in, jeggings are out
Vintage-style jeans are still running strong. Fashionistas are continuing to flock to vintage stores for old-school Levi’s 501s or shopping for new light-washed, high-rise-style jeans that have that perfect vintage wash and worn-in feel.
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Pen Fit in 96, $185, needsupply.com
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Liya Sunday Morning, $228, aritzia.com
Vanessa high-rise straight-leg jeans, $340, modaoperandi.com
Log Light Blue, $340, acnestudios.com
MV Odessa wide straight jeans, $380, shopbop.com
Emma slim boyfriend jeans, $89, nordstrom.com
Asymmetrical-hem jeans are in, super-skinny jeans are out
The “Vetements-effect” cultivated by Demna Gvasalia’s ubiquitous asymmetrical-hem jeans are still in full force. You will continue to see raw-hem-style jeans and DIY jagged hems all over this summer.
Original cropped flare jeans in vintage blue denim, $449, ysl.com
Patchwork straight cropped jeans, $365, stylebop.com
Shaping skinny regular jeans, $50, hm.com
Petite raw-hem Popper cropped jeans, $95, topshop.com
The Stunner zip-ankle step fray jeans, $220, shopbop.com
Billie ankle boot-cut with fringe, $134, nydj.com
Flare jeans are back, low-rise is out
Flare jeans are back, and they are a big fashion ode to the stylish Jane Birkin, who helped popularize the jeans during the ’60s and ’70s. (Photos: Sonia Rykiel; R13)
Dark blue denim button flares, $390, avenue32.com