Women’s Jeans Fall-Winter 2016-2017

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The amazing thing is that velvet, leather and knit have set aside the denim. Most fashion houses presented pants, while jeans were presented only by few designers.

This does not mean that denim is not used as before: in the fashion collections for fall-winter 2016-2017 female jeans still exist, and the diversity of designs is very good. Therefore, let’s see more closely what the main jeans trends are.

High Waisted Jeans

The low waist is history because now, jeans should sit on the waist or above. Unlike renowned “boyfriend” jeans that hung like sacks, high-waisted designs highlight the beautiful female shape.

Fall Winter High waist jeans for women 2016 2017

Also, mom jeans are now back in the female closet, being extremely popular in the 80’s and 90’s with its high waist and easy fit. Such a design may seem a little discreet to modern ladies, but namely “mom’s” jeans are able to add a few inches to your feet and also hide what is extra.

What jeans to wear in 2017

Wide leg and flared jeans

In the new cold season, skinny jeans are replaced by wide leg jeans. The cut must be straight therefore, too large designs, such as boyfriend jeans will have to linger on the shelves in the closet.

Fall 2017 wide leg jeans

Roberto Cavalli and Derek Lam decided to revive the trend of the 70’s, namely flared jeans, and the flare must necessarily start from the knees area. Moreover, modern fashion says flared jeans must have a high waist.

flared fall 2016

Cuffed Jeans

Fashion shows for fall-winter 2016-2017 gave ladies a very good weapon, namely the cuffs. With their help, the length of pants can be varied depending on the style and mood.

What jeans to wear in winter 2017

The thick cuff look best on straight cut jeans, the narrow one on skinny jeans, while cuffed edges are ideal for “boyfriend” jeans.

cuffed boyfriends

Combined Denim

Patches, inserted pockets, different colors has become an independent trend in the fall-winter season 2016-2017. But there are some rules: the main colors of pants and patches should greatly differ.

fall 2016 women’s jeans

Sonia Rykiel, Roberto Cavalli, Rebecca Taylor are showing us how to correctly combine the denim.

winter 2017 jeans for woman

Torn Jeans

The holes and broken edges fashion in no way is going to leave and this is the style even office ladies like. Moreover, torn jeans must not necessarily have to be a part of the grunge style. True fashionistas wear them with heeled shoes, expensive bags and accessories.

Torn jeans designs 2016 2017

Moreover, interesting patterns can be also with small holes and discolored threads and deep cutouts that show underwear.

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Jeans with Appliqués

Applications in bright colors, sequins, embroidery and badges are what we have adored in childhood and what is again in fashion.

Women denim pants

Although it’s the fall winter season, the most popular print is the floral print. Although, there are also current other traditional prints including geometric prints and heroes of cartoons.

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Unusual Texture

Besides the usual denim and classic shades of blue, unusual textures and jeans with glossy surface are also very actual. For example, Diesel Black Gold gave a wet luster to the traditional denim and the result looks fresh and modern.

Stylish womens jeans fall winter 2016 2017

Just Cavalli and Ralph Lauren have added to the fall-winter season more silver resulting in jeans looking more like alien’s clothes.

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Denim Total Look

It is time to forget the rule that says to not match denim with denim. As far Jeremy Scott, Ralph Lauren, Paul Joe are showing us, total denim looks are again very popular

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This season should not be afraid to exaggerate the amount of denim in a look. The main rule is to not combine different colored denim.

Elegant Jeans

Although in the 2016-2017 fall-winter season designers recommend to use denim not so often, a modern lady can not imagine the daily wardrobe without fashionable jeans. Therefore, choose jeans that you like, but do not forget to peek at other trends.

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