The new decade has been started so what do you think, Should we say goodbye to our old trends or we should update few looks. Don’t worry there’s no replacement for the old looks so we should be just updating our old looks. In a new seasonal style, good quality denim has the power to transform and revitalize a closet that is otherwise lackluster. When combined with good denim, well-worn knits become sartorial classics, and do – or-dare daywear becomes the party tops of the last season. But which styles this year are expected to be big? Read on to know the five main silhouettes But what styles this year are expected to be big? Read more about the five main silhouettes
Patchwork was great news in the 2019 autumn/winter range of Ganni, and we see it heading to the denim department for spring. Use large patches that look more abstract than the arts and crafts to make it modern. Consider Le High Flare from Frame for a very grown-up take on the trend; a signature look that has been revamped in a color blocking of various denim washes for spring. Never had Homespun looked so cool.
Set to reach stores in early February, the ‘Balloon Jean’ comes with a high-rise waist, an exaggerated curved leg, and a slight taper. Sitting between mom jeans and a panty, the new style comes in three slightly different fits: from ankle-skimming hems to lowering a crotch and even a plissed front edition.
Flared and boot-cut jeans will continue to rise in 2020, shifting from night-on – the-tiles fit and flare models to baggier styles, more regular fits.
Autumn’s high-waisted, mannish tailoring pattern is shifting to spring denim.
If 2019 was the year that 90s popstar favorite cargo pants tentatively returned to the scene, then 2020 will be the year the utility-style takes on its most wearable form, with the advent of cargo denim. Opt for fitted waistbands and paired back, utilitarian styles that don’t go OTT on the zips and straps (no Punkyfish Octopus combat trousers here please).