Fall 2019 Jean Trends

We can ALL love and appreciate a good pair of jeans. Denim is a staple in the majority of our every day outfits, especially during the fall and winter, and this can sometimes become a snooze fest. I know I get tired of wearing essentially the same pair of jeans with little variation in style or cut, but it's honestly just HARD to lose your favorite pair of worn jeans, even if they're like....10 years old. This fall, it's time to throw out those old mom jeans (we all have them, ladies!) and hop on the jean trend train. We selected Swagger's new jeans for the season based on these trends, and some of them even incorporate multiple must-have-styles for this season. These looks are so cute, and will add a little more ~pizzazz~ to your denim style!

 

BUTTONS
This may seem silly, buttons are on literally every pair of jeans I know, but not like this! With a high waist or not, buttons are made for more of a stylistic embellishment than they are for function (but on that note, there's no way your fly is coming down in these bad boys!). Come on, is this not absolutely adorable?!
 
The San Diego Distressed Jean ($58)
We are LIVING for the rose gold buttons on this pair!
 
The Montana Jean ($58)
 
 
FLARES
Ah, flare jeans. These take me back. Luckily, these jeans have made a major comeback and are here to stay!
 
The Woodstock Fringe Flare Jean ($74)
The fringe on these?! YES please.
 
The Vienna Flare Jean ($60)
 
 
DECORATIVE HEMS
Decorative hems are probably the easiest way to add something fun and extra to your jeans, and my favorite! 
 
The Chicago Cross Over Jean ($64)
 
The Harlem Jean ($68)
 
 
The San Diego Distressed Jean ($58)
The Woodstock Fringe Flare Jean ($74)
 
 
FADED WASH
The worn look you want, but make it chic! The faded wash is great for a more casual look, and adds a little something extra to an otherwise normal pair of jeans.
 
The San Diego Distressed Jean ($58)
 
The Morocco Skinny Jean ($58)
 
The Harlem Jean ($68)
 
 
TWO TONE
This patchwork look gives me major Brittany and Justin vibes (circa American Music Awards 2001), and I'm not mad about it. Unlike in the past when the fashion industry dabbled in two tone denim pieces, the split tone is now more subtle and easier to wear in every day life! This skirt comes out Sunday, and we are OBSESSED.
 
The Two Tone Skirt ($42)
Goes live 8:30 p.m. Sunday!

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