If you live on the East coast you know that each season has completely different weather. With each season change comes new clothes and new trends.
One piece bathing suits, jumpers (especially white), printed dresses of all lengths and bodysuits were the major trends of summer 2016. Although summer ’16 was amazing, fall is better because of the amazing fashion.
My friend and I took a spontaneous trip to New York this week. We sat outside at an eclectic restaurant and noticed that our waiter was wearing a denim apron. I thought, “that is the sickest thing I have ever seen.” We quickly noticed that every server was wearing that statement apron with a pair of jeans or jean shorts underneath. This place really spoke to me because of the unbelievable brunch, and the different-yet-simple employee uniforms.
Denim is my favorite. I think it gives any outfit a casual feel. As a college student, I have noticed that casualness is key. Although some students turn to VS leggings for that casual feel, I like a good pair of jeans. Denim jeans can transform into something professional or classy, and really adds personality to a look.
You are probably thinking, “Yeah Emma. Denim skirts are in, we know.” Everyone knows they are trending because they are super cute and versatile. Denim skirts are amazing because they embody the relaxed denim feel while bringing some edgy glamness to the look.
The trend does not end with the denim skirt comeback, however. Denim EVERYTHING is trending this F/W. Everything is decked out in a variety of washes including fanny packs, baseball caps, bags and chokers. You need to jump on this trend before it explodes.
My closet, as well as Cay’s, overflows with denim. I have 10-15 pairs of jeans that range from flare to boyfriend to mom and even skinny. We both have denim skirts, overalls, jumpers and jackets. Don’t forget about your out of style denim pieces, because their revival is on its way!
Below are a few pieces from my vault as well as some new denim styles that I have my eye on. I am loving every second of this 90’s take back.