Not to worry, fall denim will never be out of style. In fact, it will probably always be a mainstay, transcending any trend, forever being classic and timeless. But there comes a time when the best has a bit of competition, and this season, the stars of the show are every other types of fabric and pant cuts.
Fall is my favorite season to have fun with my style. It’s a great time to experiment with heavier fabrics, larger shapes, and bold patterns. Check out my round-up of some of my favorite denimless street style outfits that are perfect for fall!
Trends come and go so quickly, there’s really no point in being a slave to them. When it comes to updating your look for back to school, you don’t have buy a whole new wardrobe to replace last fall’s threads—just update them at Crossroads with this week’s newest arrivals!
For the first day of school, make an impression with a button down suede skirt and colored denim jacket. Then add our Stripe Boxy Tee ($13.50) and Suede Bolo Tie Necklace ($18.50), pictured here with leather Converse sneakers found at our Lincoln Park location ($25).
Mix prints by pairing camo trousers with any one of our Roll Sleeve Terry Tees (available in sport stripe, charcoal stripe, or navy stripe, $15). Finish the look with mirrored aviators and a neutral flat.
Select store locations are featuring handpicked racks of back-to-school clothing and accessories—so come shop with us this weekend!
The moment I saw 3×1’s Crop Lima jean, I knew I had to have them—but with a $295 price tag, I set out to create my own affordable version. I closed my web browser, picked up my seam rippers, and ran to the Crossroads DIY Studio to create these frayed hem jeans myself!
First things first: you can use any pair of jeans to achieve this fringed accent. I’ll be using a pair of light wash skinny jeans, but you can use any color or silhouette you want.
You will need:
– A pair of jeans
– A seam ripper
– A pair of sharp scissors
– A ruler
3. Now you can start fraying! You can use your fingers to rub the edges of the fabric to find your loose vertical threads. Then just start unraveling. I used the seam ripper to isolate each thread, pulling them out one by one.The entire process should only take about an hour to unravel both legs up to your desired height.
Here’s a finished pair. I added some stitching to keep the fringe from unraveling beyond my original measurement.
Light wash or dark wash, this fun DIY is an easy and free route to transforming last season’s jeans into this summer’s hottest denim trend.
This week’s style icon is a woman who shook up the fashion blogging world when she hit the scene. She is Leandra Medine of The Man Repeller. Her looks are amazingly-crazy and utterly inspiring. I could go on and on about every look of hers, but this time I’m choosing to focus on her denim style. She rocks the “mom jean” like nobody else and makes it look effortlessly chic every time.
Get inspired by Leandra!
I won’t say that our beloved skinny jeans will ever go out of style, but they are being upstaged this season. It’s time to give your skinnies a break and spread the denim love to other silhouettes. Flared, cropped, bootcut, wide legged, and boyfriend jeans are all in and can mix up your wardrobe in so many different ways.
Adding different denim styles to your wardrobe will add interest to your basics and variety to your regular outfit rotation. The 10 outfits below will have you re-thinking the denim you wear and what you pair with them.