Do you know what happens when you find a balanced silhouette between boyfriend jeans and mom jeans? Grandpa jeans aka baggy jeans! The most talked-about trend of the month hopping back from the 90s. Thanks to the designers like Tibi, Dion Lee, and Alexander Wang who stormed the runways of New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 with this polarizing trend that we are now sure of baggy jeans being more than just a fad this season. Do you remember your grandpa's go-to jeans? Bets are you’ll go reminiscent of this grandpa jeans silhouette but with a relatively more feminine and sculpted fit – be it the denim for your fall-perfect silk-shirt and plaid coat look, a laidback tee-and-jeans situation, or as a counterpart clothing of your turtlenecks – the baggy jeans should be your new denim love!
Jacquemus High rise jeans
Emulating a chic look is not a tough task if you have got Jacquemus’ wide-leg jeans in your wardrobe. A wide-leg, high-rise tailored pair from the AW’19 men’s collection which was inspired by the field workers of France. To call it a utilitarian piece with a contemporary spin would be a satisfactory statement for its giant side flap pockets and elegant waistband loops. Considering the season, the khaki fabric and olive-green tone of the jeans is an absolute yes, try it with the whites in your wardrobe.
Saint Laurent’s baggy boyfriend jeans
If you're looking for a pair of jeans that can be your ultimate saviour to ‘what to wear’ days, then this baggy boyfriend jeans by Saint Laurent is what you need! With street-wear inspired tailoring and laid-back grunge fit, this pair of jeans is inarguably a staple material. It is made of stonewashed blue denim cotton and five-pocket design, plus the perfect baggy silhouette makes it a good-to-go for all kinds of tops – knitwear, leather jackets, you name it.
Marques' Almeida tie-dyed jeans
If you thought tie-dye had a moment only for summer then here we break the bubble! Get ready to walk down the memory lane of the '90s fashion with tie-dyed jeans by Marques' Almeida. The arresting blend of black and purple denim with slouchy silhouette will not only make you look unique but is extremely comfortable to wear it all day long owing to its 100% cotton fabric. If you hear us, elevate your look with this pair of jeans by pairing it with chunky sandals and white tucked-in tee.
Brunello Cucinelli's loose fit drawstring jeans
If you ever wondered what will the fusion of joggers and oversized jeans be like, we have the answer – Brunello Cucinelli's drawstring jeans! No matter how exaggerated it may sound but this pair of denim is sure to turn heads in the fashion crowd with its absolutely unique fit and drawstring details. We mean how often do we see jeans with drawstrings, right?
Ulla Johnson's storm high-waisted cropped jeans
Denim in burgundy hue? We are already sold! For a vibrant look this season, the high waisted jeans by Ulla Johnson with baggy fit is your mandatory pick. The burgundy tone and jodhpur-like bowed legs of the jeans will effortlessly bring in a quirky quotient. Moreover, the unique combination of grey acid wash and large patch segments infuse a safe functional workwear vibe while its cropped hem and a giant waist-tie band create the perfect drama.
Loewe’s Distressed high-rise wide-leg jeans
If you ask us about our favourite jeans to pair with turtlenecks, it has to be Loewe’s distressed jeans. Made in Italy, this pair of unique baggy jeans provide a flattering nipped-in silhouette with a subtle worn effect on the waist and cuffs that echo nomadic aesthetic.
Are you convinced yet? C’mon your wardrobe needs to give the skinny jeans a break!