Jeans are a wardrobe classic. They might have been thrown to the back of your wardrobe over summer as denim shorts took the throne, but they are making a strong come back for autumn/winter 2017.
If your anything like me, finding the perfect pair of jeans can be somewhat of a struggle. Womenswear designer Ralph Lauren is here to help to guide us through these seasons trends and shapes.
Elongate your legs by wearing your flared jeans with heeled ankle boots, chic lightweight knitwear and a trench coat. As autumn transitions into winter, choose a chunkier knit and wool overcoat to keep the cold at bay.
Wear ankle boots to make your legs look longer than Naomi Cambell’s and pair with chic light knitwear and a trench coat. As the winter rolls in, opt for the chunkier knit and wool overcoat to keep cosy.
For comfy days, boyfriend jeans are a must. Their loose-fit, relaxed style is perfect for many body type, from pear to hourglass.
Many believe that ‘boyfriend’ is simply a fashion term for big. However, there is actually an art to wearing boyfriend jeans,you risk losing your curves in a pair of ill-fitting boyfriend jeans. Make sure you get this right by making sure there loose on the tights and tight round the waist.
Turn up the hems and wear with Chelsea boots for a tough yet chic winter-ready look.
Straight jeans are the perfect go-between between boyfriend and skinny styles. More relaxed than skinnies yet with greater structure than boyfriend jeans, they’re super-versatile and can be either dressed up or dressed down. Wear them with flat or heeled boots during the day, or switch it up for the evening with a stylish pair of patent court shoes — their polished look will contrast perfectly against the relaxed jeans.
With A-listers making more relaxed, loose-fit styles popular, skinnies may not be your most-worn jeans this season. However, after all these years, we can’t just leave the skinny behind — there will always be a place for our shape-showcasing skinnies in our wardrobe.
This season, we’ll be keeping our skinnies for smart-casual events, wearing ankle-grazing styles to show off our boots.