The trend (we pray) never dies.
Remember a time when denim was reserved for jeans? Yeah, neither can we anymore. This spring, the iconic American fabric is giving everything from sundresses to sneaks cool-girl edge.
The white jean is a trusted staple season after season. Dress it up, dress it down—you really can’t go wrong. Understated lace detailing at the hem adds texture and interest to this pair.
Style & Co white skinny jeans
The freshest way to wear black is in denim form, complete with metallic accents. Top this mini with a black jean jacket for an urban-cowgirl vibe.
Topshop MOTO half zip denim skirt, $55
Embroidery is everywhere. So when temps start to rise, opt for a short with a little stitching (a pop of red and green doesn't hurt, either).
Style & Co embroidered shorts, $46
Chambray gives sneakers a fresh and modern look. The oversized bow is distinctly feminine, but still grown-up.
Nine West Onosha denim sneakers, $35
Bell sleeves and ruffle details give this topper more than a touch of femininity. Wear it with super-skinnies or over your shoulders for a finished look.
Style & Co ruffled denim jacket, $52
Because this terracotta red is 🔥🔥🔥and wide-leg is eternally flattering—need we say more?
Topshop MOTO cropped wide-leg jean, $ 75
Wear this curve-hugging sundress with an off-the-shoulder top underneath for extra style points.
Free People sleeveless dress, $98
Standard-issue jeggings have had their day. Now it's all about frayed, flared and interesting crops. Wear these with ankle booties for an easy-breezy appeal.
Style & Co fray-edged jeans, $35
Every closet needs a good jean jacket; a faux fur collar becomes springtime-appropriate when paired with a lighter shade of denim to keep it light and bright.
Pam & Gela jacket, $162
A fresh pair of dark-wash denim is the fashion-equivalent of a new notebook—just think of all the possibilities! The deep indigo shade looks pulled-together enough for the office, and plays well with most shades. Cuff the bottoms for a more relaxed look.
Style & Co bootcut jeans, $37