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30th Oct 2021

5 jean trends you need to elevate your wardrobe

A wardrobe staple.

Jeans are the staple to any wardrobe, we don’t know what we’d do without them.

While we all have our favourite pair that we can always rely on, it’s never a bad idea to have a range to choose from, especially when more and more styles are emerging.

There’s not much that can convince us not to splurge all our money on new jeans, and if you’re anything like us, this is the article for you.

We’ve gathered a list of the top five jean trends this season that you need to get your hands on.

Baggy jeans

Baggy jeans aren’t going anywhere any time soon and with the comfiness of these, we’re not complaining.

Autumn winter 2021 runways showed us that skinny jeans were out, and spring summer 2022 completely confirmed it, proving that it’s baggy jeans that you need to be stocking up on for good.

Patchwork jeans

You may get a horrific flashback when you think of patchwork jeans but trust us, they’ve evolved a lot since 2015.

Designers have been trying to reintroduce these into our wardrobes, but in a more subtle way, sticking with a baggy style and slight details of different shades of denim sewn in.

Printed jeans

Like patchwork jeans, you may be thinking we’re going crazy with this one but really, if they’re done right they can look really cool.

With Kendall Jenner and Kaia Gerber already big fans, printed jeans are the latest trend to jump on and they can be a lot more simple to style than you think, just keep it neutral on top.


Like we saw with baggy jeans, flares are back and we couldn’t be more thankful for it.

If you’re still clung to your skinny jeans, these are a great transition into baggier ones, staying tight up the top and more wide leg at the bottom, these are the perfect compromise.

Off-white jeans

When you think about white jeans, you often think of either spring or summer, but this couldn’t be more wrong.

White, or more of an off-white, are the colour of the season, paired with long winter coats, they can give a pop of colour to traditionally more wintery and dreary looks.