3 Top Denim Trends: Boyfriend Jeans, Jumpsuits & Overalls

3 Top Denim Trends: Boyfriend Jeans, Jumpsuits & Overalls

Run your errands looking sexy cool like Zoe Saldana in Diesel Fayza boyfriend jeans, Gwen Stefani in a G Star denim jumpsuit, and Megan Good in Frankie B denim overalls by rocking the three top denim trends of spring and summer 2014. Whether you dress it up with a pair of ridiculously fly heels or keep it casual with uber-trendy slip-on sneakers, as seen on trendsetting celebs, boyfriend jeans, denim jumpsuits, and denim overalls are three of the best denim trends for spring and summer. 

Top Denim Trend #1: Boyfriend Jeans

Easy-breezy styling comes in the form of relaxed and heavily-distressed H&M Boyfriend Low Jeans ($39.95, hm.com). The key to wearing a boyfriend jeans look without appearing sloppy is for the leg to be slightly tapered at the base with a tiny roll. Add a black blazer, a striped t-shirt, and some funky brogues to look as hip as Rosemary’s Baby actress Zoe Saldana.

Top Denim Trend #2: Denim Jumpsuits

As one of the easiest ‘fits to sport, denim jumpsuits like the sleeveless Etienne Marcel Denim Jumpsuit ($210, scoopnyc.com) require only one thing – accessorizing with great imagination depending on the occasion – a great bag, a fab shoe and killer hardware. Made of soft, lightweight chambray material that softly grazes each curve, this sleeveless denim jumpsuit is sure to make tongues wag like new The Voice judge Gwen Stefani.

Top Denim Trend #3: Denim Overalls

Denim overalls were never out, but when celebs like Meagan Good rock them on press junkets, it means it’s time to pay this trend a second glance. Differing slightly from the Think Like A Man, Too actress’s look, you can wear this gas pump jockey MOTO Long Leg Dungaree from Topshop ($96, topshop.com). These vintage wash denim overalls with slouchy detail top and classic trims has never looked so good. 

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