The fall 2020 runways were rife with exciting trends, from slouchy suits to utilitarian silhouettes, sumptuous leather separates, and pistachio hues. But it’s the hardest-working item in our closet we’re taking a closer look at today—jeans. There were some refreshing denim trends that emerged from top designers—from leg-lengthening silhouettes to high cinched waists and rich indigo hues.
Head-to-toe denim looks were also omnipresent—at Chloé sleeveless vest jackets were paired with matching boot cut jeans, Dior opted for denim shirt-and-pleated skirt combos, while Lemaire created a sleek and streamlined look made up of a long-sleeved denim top and a pair of roomie, straight-leg jeans. If you’re eager to stay ahead of the denim curve, scroll below to see the biggest denim trends we spotted on the fall runways and shop the looks before everyone else.
Baggy and slouchy jeans have been stealing the spotlight this spring, and while the trend is sure to remain strong throughout the year, this fall we’ll see the return of a slimmer silhouette—particularly striking when tucked into over-the-knee boots as seen at Celine.
A fashion-girl favorite—this trendy silhouette continues to remain a staple in our wardrobes this year. Accentuate the high waist with a bold belt (an accessory that was omnipresent throughout fashion month).
Denim is a staple in our wardrobes, so why not wear it from head to toe? The wearable iterations that came out of the fall runways are quickly convincing us to give this look a go. The sleek denim shirt and long straight jeans at Lemaire provided a streamlined silhouette so polished you could even wear it to work.