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How to Wear Spring's Hottest Denim Styles

StyleDanielle Garone
How to Wear Spring's Hottest Denim Styles

As most know, denim is a veritable force in any wardrobe for its sheer versatility. The fact that you can wear the fabric with anything and for any occasion makes reaching for your favorite denim pieces daily almost reflexive. And this season should be no different. Keep your denim streak going strong and play around with updated cuts, washes, and details — think leg-lengthening flares and raw cuffs. Wondering how to pull it off? Keep reading to see how we took three different pairs of jeans and put fresh spins on them for Spring.

High Rise Flares

High Rise Flares

The resurgence of the exaggerated, '70s-style bell bottoms has made flares a denim staple. And while we love a good retro vibe, we modernized the look and opted for a more tailored, streamlined take on the boho style. A high waisted indigo pair is clean and classic, not to mention ultraflattering. Talk about legs for days!

The gold button trimming gives the pants an unexpected nautical twist, but combine them with a pair of suede platform clogs and you bring back a little hint of that boho element.

Classic Skinnies

Classic Skinnies

Medium wash skinny jeans are a must have in every wardrobe. Sure, they're the obvious choice, but there are plenty of ways you can update these classics to make them feel innovative and fresh. Plus, who can deny their slimming effect?

Add a little edge by pairing your jeans with a distressed tee, knotted at the waist. Finish off the outfit with a draped blazer and sleek, minimal sandals, and you've got an elevated look for almost any occasion, day or night

Raw Hem

Raw Hem


Undone hems are everywhere this season, but we especially love them when they're paired with an overdyed, striped effect, like on these lighter wash, straight leg jeans. Throw on these bad boys for the ultimate casual-cool look.

Round out your look with a striped tee, olive jacket, and espadrille flats for major off-duty vibes. 

(via Popsugar)