Denim is always a wardrobe favourite and investing in a new pair of jeans is a great way to update your look for the new season. While we do love a good pair of skinny jeans it is time to mix it up with different fits and textures.
We have put together some of the most popular cuts and designs for spring so you can take your pick.
Straight cut jeans paved the way for the more popular skinny jean but they are now making a comeback. The style screams relaxed weekend wear and looks great paired with a classic Breton top for a touch of Parisian chic.
We have only just embraced the ripped jean trend and we are glad that we did as it looks like this style is going nowhere. Go for a dark wash with a slight rip to the knee and dress them up with a blouse and heels or choose a light wash with heavy ripped detailing on the thighs for a more edgy vibe.
Flared jeans are probably the biggest look this season again taking inspiration from the 70s. Paired with a heel or platform shoe they have the power to lengthen your legs. If you are very petite then a slightly cropped flare may suit you a bit better and stop you looking swamped in material. They are also very easy to dress up and down.
Embroidery was one of the most popular trends last season and this is set to continue into 2017. Embroidered jackets and shirts were everywhere but this spring we are mixing it up and adding a touch of embroidery to the pockets of our jeans for a pretty feminine finish.
Embellished jeans are not for everyone as they are a real attention grabber. These jeans are often covered in sequins, studs and pearls which make them perfect if you love to make a statement. Just make sure that you wear them with a plain top to balance the outfit out.
Cropped leg jeans were popular throughout the winter when we chose to pair them with ankle boots. No need to put yours away yet as we will be wearing them well into spring and even summer. Ditch the ankle boots and go for a pair of mules or even trainers. Pretty much every style of shoe will work, making these jeans a great wardrobe investment.