Bright tie-dye in painterly strokes gives these super-flattering jeans a very bohemian and hippie-chic look. And if that wasn't enough? These stylish pants are great for giving edge to everyday basics.
Black printed lace gives white denim a feminine perspective that feels entirely romantic. Not only is this pretty pair super stylish, it's also practical, as you can easily transition them from the office to dinner by upgrading your accessories.
If you are one to keep up with fashion's biggest trends, chances are you know all about spring's white and black graphic stripes. Give this bold trend a stylish go by rocking these super-skinny jeans with a high-voltage print tee and statement heels.
Travel often is your mantra and mandate — and it shows in these global-inspired jeans that feature worldly-styled tribal embroidery. Keep it effortless and earthy by pairing with basic solid tees and tanks.
This summer, downtown girls give their effortless look a more modern upgrade by rocking one of the most coveted denim pieces of the season. Featuring a bright-green floral print pattern and glossed denim panels, these high-rise black jeans feel uniquely distinctive and cool.
Give your moto-skills something to wear by adding these biker-inspired blue jeans into your denim repertoire. Pair with modern sleek tops to keep the urban look strong or contrast with feminine blouses for a sweeter take on this tough trend.
Steal the spotlight by wearing these star embroidered navy cropped jeans. Playful and stylish, this flattering pair will give your overall look a carefree attitude that is perfectly in sync with summer.
Regina Domfrocht is an Argentinean fashion and beauty writer living in NYC. Always on the hunt for the next style trend, up and coming designers, and affordable fashion loot, it's no surprise that Regina's other passion involves styling. Obsessed with high-end designers like Oscar de la Renta and Marc Jacobs, Regina also loves scouring low-brow fashion shops like Zara and Topshop. You can find her on Twitter @Reginado1705.