Could These Trends Replace Skinny Jeans For Good?

To be honest, we don't think skinny jeans will ever really leave us forever. This season, though, they're moving to the back of the rack, making way for offbeat styles that aren't particularly sultry or standard. We're talking massive, wide-legged culottes at Gucci and baggy capris at Fendi. Below, you can shop five of our favorite non-traditional denim looks from the spring runways. Things are about to get weird.
Wide-Legged Capri Jeans: As Seen At Fendi
Channel your inner early-2000s girl with a pair of capris this spring. Rather than going for the skintight style you wore in seventh grade, though, try a quirky silhouette with exaggerated volume at the legs. Don't worry, the tapering at the bottom keeps it flattering.
Non-Skinny, Straight-Legged Jeans: As Seen At Louis Vuitton
If you're looking for not-so-casual jeans that have a polished twist, opt for a straight-legged style in a dark wash. They'll look much more sophisticated than a pair of ultra-skinnies.
Culotte Jeans: As Seen At Gucci
If there was one pants style that reigned supreme last season, it was the culotte. The cropped, baggy trouser is back for 2015 — only this time updated in denim.
Crazy-Embellished Jeans: As Seen At Dolce & Gabbana
If you really want to go for it, leave your traditional jeans in the drawer and pull out a pair that's bedazzled. They're statement-making on their own, so there's no need for super-fancy extras.
Suit Jeans: As Seen At Bottega Veneta
Take casual Friday to another level with an actual chambray suit. The crisp tailoring is what gives it that formal spin. Just imagine it with your favorite printed blouse.

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