10 ways to wear denim for Fall 2016
By Samuel Trotman

If you spend even half as much time poring over street style images as we do, you’ve no doubt asked yourself how you can make the season’s biggest trends your own. WGSN’s Denim Editor Samuel Trotman breaks down the best novelty denim street style looks for Fall 2016.

Mar 29, 2016

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A timeless staple, a blank canvas for trends, fashion favourite denim was all over the Fall ’16 runways. Reinvented every season, from swinging seventies to exaggerated ’90s fits and the current obsession with Vetements weird, reworked jeans, denim stood its ground as the ultimate wardrobe essential this winter. And while the catwalks were laden with indigo looks, the streets were the real testament to the trend with women all over US and European shows turning out in a variety of novelty denim looks. To showcase our latest Fashion Week Street Style report on the WGSN, we’ve pulled together a top 10 list of the latest key items and denim styling updates that were seen across the 4 major cities this season.

  1. Painted Trucker


2. Belted Jacket


3. Ksenia Schnaider’s Demi-Denim Layered Jean


4. Patchwork Jacket


5. Subtle Bootcut Jean


6. Oversized Parka


7. Vetements Pieced Boyfriend Jean


8. Western Style


9. The Culotte


10. The Layered Trucker


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