Fashion

The 'Ugly' Denim Trend That’s Going To Be EVERYWHERE This Fall

August 12, 2018 by Emily Belfiore
shefinds | Fashion

Fall is coming and it’s coming FAST. Each change in season brings an influx of new trends with it and we’re always excited to see what our favorite celebrities and influencers will be wearing. This fall, however, it looks like an unexpected new denim trend will be taking over street style fashion. This summer introduced us to wide leg jeans and cropped hemlines, but fall 2018 is shaping up to be the season of printed jeans.

Wearing printed jeans is a great way to incorporate some fun and vibrant colors and patterns into your wardrobe. Fall isn’t even here yet and we’ve already seen so many different prints taking over our favorite denim styles. Style bloggers have been rocking everything from animal prints like leopard and cheetah spots to snakeskin on their jeans. Fashionistas are also experimenting with traditional prints like flowers, stripes, and plaid.

Don’t think you’re bold enough to wear this new trend? Take things slow by wearing a print that offers a color scheme that you’re used to and pair it with a plain top and your favorite shoes. Check out some of our favorite new printed denim styles from Urban Outfitters that we’ve been eyeing this week:

BDG Printed Floral Flare Jean ($49, down from $69)

BDG Button Fly Floral Wide Leg Jean ($69)

BDG Mom Jean Rainbow Stripe ($69)

BDG Mid Rise Stretchy Flare Jean Snakeskin ($69)

 

Author:

Associate Editor

Emily Belfiore is a former associate editor of SheFinds. She wrote beauty, weight loss, wellness and celebrity stories for the site. She is a pop culture enthusiast.

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