The biggest denim trends to know for fall

September 11, 2014 - fall Denim

If there’s one conform tack that stays applicable no matter a season, it’s a good span of jeans. It’s a one certain thing we know you’ll wear a bejeezus out of.  

ThinkstockThinkstockEvery season, denim gives us a small something new. It’s a aged classical that reinvents itself some-more mostly than Madonna — and this tumble is no exception. But navigating by a countless racks of denim during your favourite store can be a challenge, so we enlisted a assistance of Jason Trotzuk, Fidelity Denim’s owner and artistic director, to tell us what trends we should be looking out for as temperatures start to dip. 

The “girlfriend jean”

What’s this? A “girlfriend jean”?

Trotzuk points out a best-selling denim trend we haven’t listened many about, expected due to a attention-seeking counterpart, a beloved jean, monopolizing a spotlight. 

The Axl Girlfriend jean. (Courtesy Fidelity)The Axl Girlfriend jean. (Courtesy Fidelity)“This fall, we’re outrageous into a infrequent pant,” Trotzuk says. “Our Axl jean — a partner jean — is still a large deal, and still continues to be a fan favourite.”

Fidelity’s online emporium describes this fugitive partner fit as “a small some-more propitious via a leg than your standard beloved cut,” and “sleek and worldly while still providing comfort and style.”

Bonded denim

Ever wanted your comfiest elastic pants and your best butt-shaping jeans to give birth to a ideal denim offspring? Your prayers have been answered (sort of), according to Trotzuk.

Mila jean in connected floral denim. (Courtesy Fidelity)Mila jean in connected floral denim. (Courtesy Fidelity)
“Bonded denim is large for tumble and holiday,” he says. People are looking to marry comfort and style, he notes, and brands are listening.

“To fill this gap, we’re saying a lot of opening denim — this is reward denim not selected denim,” he explains. “Performance denim has good widen with new twine technologies that widen and come behind to their strange figure and perform for you.”

Finally, a jean we can wear to Thanksgiving cooking that we won’t have to unbutton.

Wash trends

For many of us, character and cut comes initial — though rinse is always an critical last factor.

“For washes, a unequivocally cold Adanac (Canada spelt backwards) has been hugely renouned – this is a dim vintage, it’s got a holes and a wear in it,” says Trotzuk.

Fidelitys Adenac Stevie jean. (Courtesy Fidelity)Fidelity’s Adenac Stevie jean. (Courtesy Fidelity)Another choice for a selected esthetic is a Scorpion wash, that Trozuk describes as “vintage with fight holes.”

If wear and rip isn’t utterly your crater of tea, hang with something simple.

“Monochromatic colors – blues, greys, blacks – are unequivocally big,” Trozuk adds.  

He also reminds us that when sauce for fall, your denim preferences should shift.

“Fall is always some-more dressier and refined,” he notes. “…you have New York Fashion Week and people dress adult and wear jackets, their denim isn’t as visible. It’s unequivocally about focusing on peculiarity denim, finer sum and a brilliance of darker washes.”

And when he fundamentally invites us to raid his closet, what should we design to find in there for fall?

“Bonded denim, simple skinnies, monochromatic colours, good performance.”

What denim will we be wearing this fall?

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