There is so much to tell you about this Autumn-Winter 2015-2016 season fashion trends. Today I bring to your attention trendiest jeans for women to wear during these cold season months. Thanks to these images, lots of fashionistas, trendsetters and fashion bloggers will appear in the streets wearing something chic and new. In this compilation are gathered amazing designs what are ideal investment for your winter wardrobe. Anyway, you are kindly welcomed to see next cold season's denim must-haves.
Here are shown beautiful 3/4 cuffed models and denim culottes from the likes of Atos Lombardini, 6397, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Paul & Joe, Natali Leskova, etc.
Now, let's see everything in details:
Grey denim. In other words saying 50 shades of grey. There are various hues to try this year. The darker tones are popular in winter, so you can change your white denim and start to wear light grey and asphalt versions. Everything looks practical, comfy and versatile. You better take a closer look to Chanel, Sonia by Sonia Rykiel, Vanessa Seward, Kalmanovich, Comptoir des Cotonniers, Natali Leskova, Paul & Joe and Objects Without Meaning collections.
The high-rise fit. It's not a new trend, though many designers offering us to wear it from fall to winter. You can see such model in collections from the likes of Vetements, Guy Laroche, Each x Other, Comptoir des Cotonniers and Objects Without Meaning.
Wearing ripped jeans during winter time might be too cold, that's why you better use tights under it. You can find beautiful versions in recent collections of Atos Lombardini, Objects Without Meaning, MM6 Maison Martin Margiela, Oak and Faith Connexion.
Boyfriends are still in fashion. The unisex trend is ideal for making Tomboy looks. These jeans can be found in fall collections from Marques ‘ Almeida, Greg Lauren, Dsquared², 6397 and Oak.
Flared wide-leg jeans remind me of hippies. This trend can be found in the recent collections from the likes of MM6 Maison Martin Margiela, Off White, Objects Without Meaning, Chanel, and Kalmanovich.