All the denim styles you need to know about.
Denim is having a bit of a moment, and a new pair of jeans is the easiest (and coolest) way to update your wardrobe for spring. But a pair of classic skinny jeans just won’t do, though we’re not knocking them.
Oh no, it’s all about mixing things up with different cuts, styles and textures. Denim has never been more fun.
Not sure which shape to invest in? No problem. Here are the jeans everyone will be wearing come spring. The tricky bit will be to pick…
Flares are undoubtedly the hero of the season, thanks to the revival of the 70s trend. Wear them long if you’re tall, or cropped if you’re a little on the petite side. Both looks work well with platform shoes, and can be paired with a slouchy t-shirt or high neck blouse.
Embroidered denim is everywhere at the moment. But while a statement jacket is great, it’s not for the faint-hearted. So if you’re more of a classic girl at heart, then jeans are a safer place to start. We love blue floral embroidery on the pockets to match the jeans.
There’s no doubt about it, you need to go big or go home with this trend. Pearls, sequins, studs and gems are all for covering your denim at the moment. To balance things out, team these with a simple t-shirt or jumper.
For a slightly more subtle look, try jeans embellished with pom poms at the hem. Relaxed and fun.
Even in winter, the cropped trouser was everywhere, teamed with ankle boots. For Spring/Summer, it works with pretty much any shoes, from sandals to mules and heels to trainers. This style is particularly flattering on petite girls.
The ripped jeans is a wardrobe staple that’s well worth investing in. This season though, they are discreet, with just a small rip on the knee or thigh.
Long discarded in favour of the skinny jean, the straight leg is making a bit of a comeback. Wear with a peasant blouse or a classic Breton top.
These jeans are part of Lindex’s Re:Design collection, which re-uses archive Lindex denim to create a modern aesthetic. This is an effort to become completely sustainable by 2020, so you’d actually be supporting a good cause.
Wear with a red polo neck and vintage-style suede heels.
Wear with a crisp white shirt and suede mules.
These super wide trousers are best worn with a colour-block roll-neck top.
Wear these flares with a pussy bow blouse for the full 70s vibe.
Wear this with a loose blouse and flat mules.
Don’t be afraid to wear white in summer.
You can’t go wrong with girlfriend jeans.
Embroidered florals are everywhere at the moment, and we love ours on our denim.
Wear these with a t-shirt and bomber jacket.
Let these trousers do all the talking and wear with a simple white shirt.
Bang on trend thanks to the boyfriend shape and embellishments.
Pom poms were big news last summer, and they’re making a comeback this season too.
Wear this with a folky blouse and mules.
Tick two trends in one with these two-tone, frayed jeans.
Wear these straight jeans with a slouchy jumper.
These two-tone jeans are best worn with urban trainers.