Here at Who What Wear, there's really nothing we love more than a denim trend, believe us. We're always on the lookout for the next big (so to speak) shape, like the baggy jean trend that's currently rivaling skinnies or the polarizing layered-jean trend (we have thoughts). So, when we sense a new jean style underfoot, we're quick to jump on it. Now, there's a new micro-trend we just spotted on retailers from Shopbop and Net-a-Porter to Nordstrom: two-tone jeans.
Denim designers are getting creative with their washes, it seems, since all the new styles we're seeing feature contrasting panels either down the side of the leg or front to back. For some styles, like the Wendelborn Combo Studio Jeans ($390) and the Veda Eclipse Jeans ($298), the contrasting panels give the illusion that the pants are being worn inside out. For other styles, subtle dark-wash side panels give the illusion of slimmer legs, if that's the look you're after. Keep reading to shop all the "inside out" jeans we uncovered across the internet this week.
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