Revamp Your Spring Style: 7 Denim Trends to Try Now!

Denim is the perfect choice for spring. Denim has been a staple for decades due to its versatility and durability. The denim has evolved from a utilitarian workwear into a fashionable closet staple. Cotton is used in everything from jeans to jackets, shirts, and hats.

Denim is a staple in our wardrobes and has become synonymous with easy dressing. Denim is so ubiquitous that it’s hard to think of new ways to wear it. We’ve taken spring denim trends, most of which are classic pieces that you probably already own or can easily purchase (denim is a smart investment), and created exciting new outfits to make your look stand out.

Learn how to upgrade your look by incorporating the latest style trends. Remember: You can never have enough denim.

Light Layers

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Levi’s dresses and on 34th Jacket, Katy Perry Collections Shoes, vintage Hat. / Andy Jackson

It’s best to wear clothing that is easy to move in and comfortable to deal with the unpredictable spring weather. Wearing denim dresses can be a great option. Layer lighter and darker denim shades for visual interest and contrast, and top it off with a bucket cap — made of denim of course!

The Long and Short Of It

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Swarovski earrings, vintage scarf, We The Free skirt, and Sarto by Franco Sarto. / Andy Jackson

A long denim skirt paired with a cropped jacket will elongate and add sophistication to your look. This combination is modest, but also flirty (thanks in part to the front slip), making it an ideal choice for going from day to night. What else could you want in an outfit?

Dress Code

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Levi’s top, I.N.C. International Concepts jacket with Mango skirt, and Polo Ralph Lauren hat./ Andy Jackson

Bring out your pleated skirt and take a page from the school uniforms you wore in years past. A pleated skirt, which we personally adore (and would wear with a cute cap and loafers), paired with a baseball cap gives the look a touch of academicism. The denim duster on top adds a dramatic flair. This outfit is perfect for rainy or sunny days.

Block it Out

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Third Crown necklace, Franco Sarto shoes, and Mango pants (worn as a top). / Andy Jackson

Why choose just one shade of blue when you can have them all? It’s cool to wear a color-blocked outfit from head to foot. A midi skirt worn over jeans can be a surprising, but winning style choice. This play on color makes matching accessories easy, and it is also a great way to break away from solids for those who are afraid of bold prints.

Romantic Touch

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Guess the top: Polo Ralph Lauren shirt, Levi jacket, Free People trousers, Swarovski, and Kendra Scott pendants (from the top). / Andy Jackson

Date nights don’t need to be dull. Wearing undone button-downs with a top corset, you can instantly transform the blue tones into a romantic, dreamy realm. The corset’s open neckline will also show off any bling that you choose to wear. For extra sparkle, we recommend wearing several diamond tennis necklaces.

Patch it Up

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Swarovski star pins, Calvin Klein bralette, Calvin Klein shorts and Guess jacket. / Andy Jackson

Get rid of your plain, old denim jacket and replace it with one that has a little more pizazz. These playful patches and bold pins will add a pop of personality to your outfit. Choose patches that are unique to you and your style. You can add as many or as few as you like.

Pretty Tough

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Jeans, vest, and jacket by Levi’s, Franco Sarto, Robert Lee Morris Soho earrings, and Franco Sarto footwear. / Andy Jackson

It’s a great way to give off a tougher exterior by layering up bulky denim. The oversized denim layers are not only a great way to protect yourself from the elements but also an interesting way to stand out in a sea full of jean jackets. These voluminous pieces can be balanced with delicate denim flats to add a ladylike touch.

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