F.I.G. Blog
NOV 05

Patchwork Denim

posted by: FIG

Are you bored with your denim? We’ve got something to spice up your wardrobe. One of Fall’s hottest trends is patched denim. This throwback takes us back to the 90s (also trending), and adds an unexpected style element to any outfit.

Henry & Belle’s Patchwork jean in Rebel showcases the trend with classic denim colors, and flattering patch placement. These denim variations are subtle enough to wear with prints, patterns and solids.

The Jimmy Jimmy Skinny in Camden by Paige makes us think of grunge with a twist. The skinny silhouette lets the patches steal the show. Keep prints and colors minimal with this pair, and be mindful of accessories.

For our outspoken fashionistas, the Hannah by Siwy takes the patch approach literally. Celebrities have been rocking school-inspired fashions all season, and these jeans are no different. Pair with a cozy cable sweater, or baseball jacket for the full-trend effect.

For our chic followers, the Moto Black on Black by James Jeans allows you to wear the trend, without compromising your personal style. Sleek leather patches accentuate the knee. These will pair with just about anything!

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