Our team has been organizing and cleaning out our closets while spending time at home. In fact, we recently highlighted many of the items we're planning to donate once we're able to again. Today, we wanted to focus on the specific denim styles we're ditching as we work toward updating our wardrobes.
We also thought it may be of interest to highlight the jeans we want to introduce into our rotations (or are already wearing in place of the silhouettes we're getting rid of). Of course, it's not imperative to add something new when you're doing a closet refresh, but it's an option if the time feels right.
Keep scrolling to check out the jeans we're cleaning out from our closets, along with the trendy counterparts we're into. Of course, all of this is based on our own preferences. And, as always, you should keep and wear whatever you personally love and feel the most comfortable in.
Wearing Less: Distressed Skinny Jeans
Wearing More: Flared Jeans
Wearing Less: Cropped Flares
Wearing More: Straight-Leg Jeans
"I think I'm finally ready to let go of the (many) cropped flares I acquired in the style's prime in order to clear space for the longer, straight-leg cuts I'm favoring now." — Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour, senior market editor
Wearing Less: Skinny Jeans
Wearing More: High-Waisted, Wide-Leg Jeans
"I pretty much live in loose, wide-leg jeans at this point, which have replaced all of my skinny jeans. Not only are they more comfortable to wear, but they also feel a little cooler, IMO. These super-high-rise pair from Levi's are only $98, so they're a perfect place to start if you're on the fence about the trend." — Kristen Nichols, managing editor
Wearing Less: Cropped Jeans
Wearing More: Off-White/Cream Styles
Photo:The Style Stalker
"Like many of the other editors, I'm feeling looser-fitting styles this season, and I'm especially enamored with off-white or cream styles. While my classic cropped-leg vintage denim that's super-tight fitting through the waist and hips has been on hiatus for a while now, it's hard to imagine going back to that rigid, restricting style any time soon—especially after so much time in comfy pants at home." — Kat Collings, editor in chief
"I have so many pairs of super-cropped frayed-hem jeans, yet it's a style I'm wearing less and less. I'm replacing that style (for now) with light-wash loose jeans, which feel appropriate for the warm weather." — Allyson Payer, senior fashion editor