This Will Be the Biggest Denim Trend for the Rest of the Year

fall 2017 denim trend


Style du Monde

While every woman’s denim collection should consist of the classics like simple skinny jeans, a great pair of flares, and your go-to comfy jeans, it never hurts to add a trend-driven style to your rotation each season. To find out the number one style for this fall, we looked to the denim gurus behind celebrity-favorite brand Mother. According to the brand’s creative director and co-founder, Tim Kaeding,“The big trend this fall is a cropped, stovepipe straight-leg silhouette as seen in our Tomcat. With a nod to the ’90s, it’s a high-waist button fly that’s fitted through the hip, then goes down to a cropped straight leg. It’s a new silhouette for us that’s quickly becoming a best seller.”

Since Mother already has a cult following of stylish celebrities such as Miranda Kerr, Kendall Jenner, and Karlie Kloss (to name a few), we can’t wait to see which celeb wears the fall style first and to see this denim trend sweep the fashion scene this upcoming season.

Be the first to add fall’s biggest denim trend to your wardrobe and shop the straight-leg silhouette below.

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