There are a few pieces that are more or less wardrobe staples for many. And yep, that perfect pair of jeans would undoubtedly be one of said items. While you may already have your ideal cut in your rotation—perhaps a chic pair of skinny jeans or a straight-leg silhouette—we thought some fresh denim inspiration could be of interest in case you're looking to mix it up a bit. With that in mind, we're here to share a list of some of the key denim trends that are bound to be everywhere in 2021.
The trends in question made quite the impact in the spring and summer collections and have also already been showing up in the feeds of some of our favorite fashion follows for a bit. On that note, below we're showcasing the jean cuts to note right now, highlighted on a range of style setters. You'll also uncover inspired picks to shop throughout in case you're looking to test out one of the stylish silhouettes.
1. Baggy Jeans
Loose-fitting jeans have been increasing in popularity over the last few seasons, and those wider-leg cuts will only enter the spotlight in an even greater way in 2021 as a forward denim silhouette.
Levi's High Loose Jeans ($98)
Eloquii Straight Leg Jeans ($80)
Zara High-Rise Wide-Leg Jeans ($50)
Wrangler Worldwide Wide Leg Long Jeans ($98)
Frame Le Jane Nonstretch High Waist Wide Leg Jeans ($245)
2. Vintage-Inspired Straight-Leg Jeans
Those vintage-inspired, high-waisted, straight-leg jeans will still hold strong as one of the denim cuts du jour among the fashion crowd. Modern and sleek.
Levi's Wedgie Icon Jeans ($98)
Madewell The Perfect Vintage Full-Length Jeans ($128)
Slvrlake London Crop High Rise Straight Leg Jeans ($299)
Moussy Vintage Franconia Straight Jeans ($350)
Liverpool Fray Hem Crop Straight Leg Jeans ($98)
3. Distressed Jeans
Into distressed jeans? Well, you're in luck. The look is sure to be a staple for many as an of-the-moment way to bring a laid-back quality to a look.
Agolde '90s Fit Mid Rise Loose Fit Jeans ($188)
BP. Distressed Mom Jeans ($45)
Topshop Ripped Dad Jeans ($80)
Re/Done '90s Ripped High Waist Loose Straight Leg Jeans ($285)
Triarchy Mid Rise Straight Leg Jeans ($189)
4. Bootcut Jeans
While flared jeans will still be around, it's the bootcut styles (with a slight flare but not as drastic) that will continue to be a go-to.
Paige Manhattan Boot Jeans ($189)
H&M Bootcut High Jeans ($20)
Violeta by Mango Bootcut Jeans ($80)
Levi's Ribcage Boot Jeans ($98)
Hudson Jeans Beth Baby Bootcut Jeans ($195)
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