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These are the 4 jean trends you’re going to see everywhere this fall and winter

These are the 4 jean trends you’re going to see everywhere this fall and winter

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Seasons come and go, but jeans are always in style. With cooler days just around the corner, now is the time to freshen up your denim rotation with some comfy new staples to perfectly complement your fall boots and cozy knits. While you probably already have your favorite go-to jeans in your closet, a few new jean trends are on the rise this season. And as we all know, you can never have too many jeans. Scroll down to see the jean trends we’re seeing everywhere this year.

1. Cargo Jeans

We’ve been seeing utility-inspired styles in everything from jackets to sweatpants, and this season, the trend has hit denim. A throwback to the Y2K era, cargo jeans typically have oversized patch pockets and a comfortable, baggy fit.

This comfortable pair is on top of the cargo trend with two oversized pockets on each leg. These Hudson Jeans are made from recycled cotton and lyocell, so they're lightweight and stretchy.

$245 at Nordstrom

If you want a slouchier fit from your cargo jeans, try this pair from PacSun. They’re low slung with a relaxed cut.

$65 at Nordstrom

2. Ultra Wide-Leg Jeans

Wide-leg jeans are only getting wider for 2023. Sometimes called puddle jeans because of how they pool around your ankles, these jeans turn your outfit into a bold statement. We love seeing this trend paired with a turtleneck sweater.

These jeans are the epitome of the ultra-wide-leg look. Cut for a super high-rise waist, they have an elongating look that gives a retro feel to any outfit.

$198 at Nordstrom

Free People's take on the trend comes with a pleated waist that accentuates the wide-leg silhouette. They use non-stretch cotton denim to retain their shape with every wear.

$128 at Nordstrom

3. Barrel Leg Jeans

Another denim silhouette that makes a powerful statement is the barrel-leg jean. These styles tend to have a high-waist and tapered silhouette that gives the impression of a barrel shape. It’s almost like an elevated take on straight-leg jeans.

Madewell knows how to do jeans right, so it's no surprise that their barrel-leg jeans encapsulate the trend perfectly. This best-selling pair has a fitted high waist and retro tapered legs.

$98 at Nordstrom

Made from sturdy, non-stretch denim, this black pair by Topshop looks perfectly worn-in, like you've had them for years.

$79 at Nordstrom

4. Denim Maxi Skirts

This season, one of the best jeans you can wear isn’t pants — but a long denim skirt. The look started to gain attention last spring, and there’s a great reason the denim maxi skirts are staying around for fall: These styles look great with knee-high boots.

The wash on this Noisy May Melisa Denim Maxi Skirt is the perfect medium color that will match with any top in your wardrobe.

$65 at Nordstrom

If you don't want to spend a lot of money investing in this trend just yet, grab this Prosperity Denim Frayed Hem Denim Maxi Skirt that's less than $60 at Nordstrom.

$59 at Nordstrom

If you liked this story, check out this cute, affordable cardigan on Amazon.

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