November 29, 2012
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outfit inspo: 7 denim trends to try now!

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While the good old skinny blue jean may be the ultimate go-to, sometimes a girl needs to switch up her denim and the time has never been better than now! Here are 7 alternative skinnies to step up your denim game: 

1. Camo: Hands down, these are my favorite printed denim of the moment!  

2. Leopard (in any color!): From the second these hit the shelves earlier this year, they sold out just about everywhere. Enter: eBay. Not only can you find them in multiple sizes but in a variety of colors like grey, blue, and burgundy

3. Ikat: I fell in love with these after spotting them on Aimee from Song of Style. They radiate style. 

4. Oxblood & Velvet: Oxblood skinny jeans are the new neutral but if you add a little texture to them like velvet they are a showstopper. Especially during the holiday season. 

5. Scribbled: If you’re one who likes to be totally unexpected, these have your name written (or shall I say scribbled) all over them. 

6. Colored: Whether it be oxblood, army green, bright red, navy blue, or mustard—you really can’t go wrong with a bold colored skinny. 

7. Distressed: If patterned and colored jeans are too much for you then switch things up with distressed denim. Chill, easy, and cool all year long. 

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10 Responses to “outfit inspo: 7 denim trends to try now!”

Emily UlrichNovember 29th, 2012 at 8:44 pm

So many different style of jean to experiment with! Personally, I'm not huge on the animal print denim. I prefer adding texture to my jeans rather than colored print (e.g., leathers, tweed, velvets). You came up with a really nice list, though!

Sarah CarlsonNovember 29th, 2012 at 9:53 pm

I've been trying to find a pair of camo denim I actually like, so I'm glad you posted this. I have been totally in love with oxblood, as well as anything distressed.

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