In the autumn-winter of 2022-2023, jeans are called to be what we always thought they were: the perfect basic garment. After a tidal wave of trends from the 2000s, in which excesses, decorations, and style accents always stand out as protagonists, denim polishes its lines. Basic silhouettes, although varied, without artifice, return to jeans status as the best ally of everyday outfits, essential basics at the bottom of the wardrobe. Of course, without giving up its aesthetic power, which continues to make denim a fashion statement. So much so thathaute couture catwalks have decided to raise the ever-maligned bet on the Canadian tuxedo.
Beyond these signs that tell us that denim will be very present in the coming fall, these are the trends in jeans that you have to know.
High-waisted and slightly flared jeans, the uniform of an off-duty model
Slightly short and subtly flared, as if above the heel. We can’t wait to combine it with special autumn t-shirts and knitted jumpers. A bet spotted in the street style of the Haute Couture week in Paris as the definitive off-duty model uniform. Because if we are going to see something this new school year in terms of fashion, it is a huge influence on the concept of uniform in all its variants.
Wide, very wide (and low rise)
Aunque también se aceptan tiros altos. Lo que sí que se convierte en tendencia incuestionable es el gusto por las patas anchas, las patas elefante o wide leg, que parecen querer devorar hasta la punta de los zapatos. De hecho, combinar este tipo de patrón de pantalón con zapatos nada casual, de punta alargada, es el gesto de estilo definitivo en la inspiración de estilismo de oficina del próximo invierno. ¿Te animas a probarlo?
Formalidades a parte, este tipo de silueta es la excusa perfecta para las que se sienten cómodas con ropa ancha, que también recuerda a otro destello de tendencia dosmilera escrita por las sk8r girls.
The return of cargo jeans
Isabel Marant assures it, that cargo pants will be a trend again. This is what the designer has decided for her autumn-winter 2022 collection. In her fashion show, this type of pants, eminently casual and almost reeking of style manuals, is not afraid to team up with velvet tops or palettes, redefining the party look on your terms.
Layered jeans, a new idea of patchwork
They were brought back by Olivier Rousteing for the Jean Paul Gaultier couture collection and they became one of the most commented garments in the collection on Twitter. The versions of this garment may assail us among the novelties of autumn-winter. An option with character and style hyperbole that won’t be for everyone, but is sure to make an impression as an alternative to the classic jean.