Fall Fashion Trends: Fall Back in Love With Denim

Fashion & Style: Fall is right around the corner and it's the perfect time to build your denim wardrobe. After several seasons of skinny jeans and jeggings reigning supreme on the runway, flared jeans have made a comeback.

I am not just talking about your average boot-cut here, flares this fall are fierce! Look for an exaggerated bell, and here's the best news ladies, a wide leg balances out thighs and makes your silhouette long and lean. Paige's Bell Canyon jeans are perfection! Not feeling the retro vibe this autumn? Opt for the boyfriend jean in a cropped length, and preferable distressed. These look great with giant heels/booties, a feminine blousy top and fitted jacket. AG Adriano Goldschmied's Ex Boyfriend Crop Jeans are a must on my fall shopping list.

Denim is not just for jeans anymore. Denim jackets are back and super modern this time with a fitted cut and subtle embellishments. The details and wash on Current Elliot's snap jacket make it the perfect pick to throw on over any outfit — EXCEPT more denim. When rocking the jean jacket, make sure it is the only piece of denim you have on.

The chambray shirt is another great option. Lighter weight than denim, it's a perfect layering piece for the cooler months ahead. I love wearing mine with snug leather pants, layers of pearls and chains and booties. So edgy but feminine all at once! Elizabeth and James's pleated pocket version is super modern. Here again, make the shirt your denim focal point.

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Paige Bell Canyon jeans
Current Elliot jacket
Elizabeth and James shirt

Kristi Brooks

Upon completion of her degree in Fashion Design from Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise (FIDM), Kristi Brooks worked in the wardrobe departments for celebrity entertainment programs such as Entertainment Tonight and The Insider as well as The Hallmark Channel network. In addition, Kristi has been a style contributor for E! News and TV Guide Channel, along with several local network morni...(Read More)

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