Denim is one fabric that will never go out of style. Most of us are guilty of living in jeans. Denim is so much more than just out go-to trousers. The material pops up everywhere from denim jackets to accessories. You could wear head-to-toe denim if it tickles your fancy. The fashion rules around denim are always evolving. One minute, you can only wear one type of denim. The next, everyone is wearing denim on denim Our articles keep you up to date with all the latest denim trends, including how to style the must-have pieces of the season. Whether it’s a trend we’re seeing on the runway or a viral video that’s made us all fall back in love with denim, our articles cover everything you need to know. Read more in the articles below.
It’s official. Skinny jeans have been officially cancelled. It’s time to wave them goodbye and go out in search of baggy jeans. The slouchy silhouette and oversized shape are taking over our TikTok ‘FYP’ page and is becoming synonymous with the Y2K revival. If you’re a fan of denim, you have to get your hands on baggy jeans for an on-trend streetwear look.
Denim is an evergreen fashion staple that everyone needs in their closet. It’s a subculture within the fashion industry and is always evolving to meet the needs of contemporary society. Designers reinvent the idea of denim almost every season, changing it up to keep denim current and at the forefront of fashion – no matter what is happening. Just look at the different types of denim that we’ve seen on the runway for 2021. Spring/Summer collection focused on oversized fits that were designed for our post-lockdown lives, where comfort was put first. This season was also when skinny jeans were declared as being cancelled, before form-fitting denim jeans made a resurgence in the Autumn/Winter collections.
Spring and summer are the perfect time to refresh your closet. With the world starting to open up again after the pandemic, it’s a great opportunity to try out some new trends and treat yourself to new pieces. The trends are still pointing towards a comfort-first approach, with athleisure and minimalism sticking around the biggest influences on the season. At the same time, there’s a little rebellion against loungewear, with over-the-top dresses and sparkles.
When the pandemic hit, most of us finally decided to get on TikTok. Since then, the app has rivaled Instagram for its ability to start a trend and make something go viral. It’s turned average people into celebrities and dominated the fashion industry by setting trends and canceling skinny jeans. We’re rounding up five of the biggest TikTok-inspired Fashion trends that you don’t want to miss out on.
The first time you hear the phrase ‘Y2K’ it might stop you in your tracks. The name simply refers to the year 2000, focusing on the trends of the early 2000s up until 2010. Why are the trends back so soon? Usually, most fashion trends work on a twenty-year cycle as one generation grows up and sees the clothing style of the previous one. The Y2K trend has been made popular by Generation Z, who have come to love the trends they were too young to appreciate as children. There are Instagram accounts with hundreds of thousands of followers, dedicated to posting y2k fashion inspiration.
The skinny jean is a staple in every millennial closet, but it seems the trend has met its match. A scroll through the ‘for you page’ on TikTok will show you that the latest trendsetters on social media are throwing out skinny jeans and going for looser options. Most of the Gen Zers are telling you to throw your favorite denim jeans straight in the bin. Before you burn your skinny jeans, we want to tell you about the future of denim jeans and pant trends for 2021.