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5 Denim Look That Will Make You Stand Out In This Fall

5 Denim Look That Will Make You Stand Out In This Fall

The Fall is officially here, and it’s time to say goodbye (for now) to all those cute little outfits you wore during summer. Rainy days are ahead as well as colder temperatures, and they’re calling for clothes that will keep you warm. When it comes to fall fashion, jeans are always popular. They protect you from cold air and rain; you can find them just about anywhere, and there’s always the perfect pair of jeans for every budget. It’s needless to mention denim is versatile and fits perfectly with different outfit choices. Warmer clothes don’t mean you can’t be stylish, you can proudly wear your denim pants while being the most fashionable woman or girl at work. Throughout this article, we’re going to show you five denim trends that will make you stand out this fall. Are you ready?

1. Boyfriend jeans

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    Most women play it safe and opt for “conventional” denim which doesn’t make them stand out. Why don’t you experiment with different types of denim such as boyfriend jeans? Deep down, all women love it and for a perfect reason; it’s incredibly comfortable. However, finding a perfect boyfriend jeans isn’t that easy. Although this type of denim tends to be looser (read: baggier) than skinny jeans, choosing the pair that’s too loose can be overwhelming and make you look sloppy. Just like other types of denim, boyfriend jeans is versatile, but you have to choose the perfect cut for your body type. When you do, your pants will suit you perfectly and you’ll stand out with the outfit.

    Petite ladies should go for slim fitting or tapered leg boyfriend jeans. If you try to opt for oversized pants, they’ll drown your frame, make you look even more petite and so on. On the other hand, tapered jeans will show the silhouette of your legs, but they’ll also have that slouch characteristic for boyfriend jeans.

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    Taller women are genuinely blessed as they can wear just about any boyfriend jeans they want, while curvy ladies should go for slimmer fitting boyfriend jeans. You would want boyfriend jeans to be comfortable and still accentuate your curves. Choosing super baggy pants won’t do that.

    2. Jumpsuit

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      The jumpsuit is a major street style trend worldwide. If you’ve never worn jazzy denim jumpsuits, you should do so this fall. When they first came back to fashion mainstream, most fashion bloggers and experts assumed their five minutes would be over soon. But, denim jumpsuits are here to stay, and it’s a great way to stand out this fall. You can buy tighter or baggier jumpsuits, according to your liking. Naturally, it’s important how you style them. When you’re out and about or want to have a “casual” outfit, you should pair your jumpsuit with a T-shirt and sneakers. On the other hand, when you’re going for a more sophisticated look, you should opt for high heels and a blazer instead.

      3. Patchwork denim

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        Chokers, fuzzy slippers, brown lipstick, lip liners, all these items made their fashion comeback this year, and patchwork denim is one of them. Nope, it’s not 1992 anymore, but according to the fashion designers, it might as well be. Patchwork denim is a variation of two-tone jeans and here you have the opportunity to experiment. If you have old jeans (or any clothing item you won’t wear anymore), you can make your patterns and create unique patchwork denim.

        Here’s a useful tip to follow: if your patchwork denim pants contain a lot of detail, you should opt for simple top and delicate accessories. On the other hand, if patchwork is placed on certain sections only, you can opt for statement pieces of jewelry or bold top.

        4. Flare jeans

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          Flare jeans are sophisticated and fun at the same time. They’re classy enough to wear them as perfect denim work jeans and quirky enough to include them into your outfit when going out or doing something fun with your friends.

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          While you can wear these pants with flats and sneakers, to stand out, you should pair them with wedges, heels, platforms, and so on. This way, your flare jeans will elongate your figure and make you look sexy and chic.

          Ideally, you shouldn’t go for flares that overwhelm your legs. The style should be fitted to the knee and gently flare out. Also, to make your denim more elegant and to stand out wherever you are, you shouldn’t couple your flare jeans with other “casual” items.

          5. Denim skirts and jackets

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            You can up your fall denim game with cute skirts and jackets. When it comes to denim skirts, it’s all about the perfect fit. Ladies with hourglass figure should bring attention to their waists by opting for belted skirts or straight pencil skirts. You can combine your skirt with a tucked-in t-shirt, a cardigan or blazer. Women and girls with straight, non-curvy, body will benefit the most from a skirt with low-riding waist or the one with ruffles, laces, miniskirts are also fantastic for this body type, particularly if you have toned and slender legs.

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            Ladies with pear-shaped figure look best with longer skirts, as their hemline is placed away from the thickest part of the leg. This way, your denim skirt will make you look slimmer. The ideal type of the skirt for this body type is A-line. On the other hand, inverted triangle body type benefits the most from skirts that flare at the bottom. Diamond-shaped ladies or round body types can also go for flare and A-line skirts.

            This fall, both classic, and embellished denim jackets are a huge hit. If you want to buy a jacket that you can wear to work sometimes, go for a classic look or opt for an embellished look if you just want to have a fun clothing item to stand out, but don’t plan wearing it to work.

            Make sure you don’t pair your denim jacket with a denim skirt, pants, or even a jumpsuit. Too much denim could make you look odd.

            Conclusion

            Denim is always in, but this fall, jeans clothing items are must-haves for all women who want to be trendy enough to stand out. There are many types of denim to choose from, and you get to explore your creativity to make every outfit unique. Go for flare jeans, jumpsuits, or if you’re on a bit wilder side, you’ll have tons of fun with patchwork denim. Denim skirts and jackets are inevitable trending styles this season, and all this means you have a lot of shopping to do this weekend.

            Featured photo credit: www.annabelpesant.com via google.com

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            Last Updated on February 18, 2019

            13 Tips to Face Your Fears, Grow with It and Enjoy the Ride

            13 Tips to Face Your Fears, Grow with It and Enjoy the Ride

            Fear. I spend my life talking about fear — fighting fears, fixing fears and understanding fears. And yet I doubt I get 10 calls a year from people saying “Mandie can you help me fix my fear?”

            Why is this so critically important to you?

            The realization for me is that fear is not the fundamental driving force in your life it’s what regardless of whether I’m talking to a doctor, a teacher, a CEO’s, a senior citizens or teenager – every single one of those conversations has a direct correlation with your world.

            Fear can range from the overwhelming desire to look away or stop in your tracks to literally fleeing your country and the life you knew. In this article, I will share you with 13 tips to face your fears and enjoy the ride.

            1. Know That Fear Is Real, but Can Be Overcome

            Right now around the world people are facing fear — real fear. Fear that I pray my children and I will never experience. Does that lessen my fears or your fears in your relativity safe 21st century life?

            When I look at the world we all live in, I find that fear like so many other emotions can mean so many different things to so many different people:

            • The child who has to be physically dragged to their first day of school.
            • The man facing the judge.
            • The woman with her hand poised over the buttons over her phone because she has to walk down a dark corridor late at night alone.
            • The man as the surgeon says “count backwards from 10 Mr Smith.”
            • The woman that’s told “We are sorry, we can’t help you.”
            • The man that faces the empty circle of a gun and prays for his very existence.

            These and a million more (Portrayed in every kind of movie, book or song you could imagine) are what make us human. We face fear and somehow move forward or are stopped in our tracks.

            Like the rabbit in the headlights of the car that veers off through the field away from the tyres of the car or stays still praying for salvation. Like someone will save them. Sound familiar?

            Fear is huge. Fear is everywhere and yet fear can be overcome, controlled and can even be a power for good.

            2. Accept Your Fear

            Firstly if you aren’t facing the barrel of the gun, atrocities that make the news or impeding death, that’s a good start. However it doesn’t mean your fear is any less real.

            We are quick to say “I can’t moan, my life is not as bad as X.” While in theory, that’s honorable your appreciation of Mr. or Mrs. X’s horrific life won’t change anything directly. So accept your fear is relative to you.

            And here’s what can be done.

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            3. Get Some Perspective

            I found myself asking anyone that would answer “what is your worst fear”. The answer that intrigued me the most came from my daughter (15 years old and she usually has a copy of Fight the Fear – my book – in her school bag so she can help someone else be as positive and confident as her. No matter what life throws up.)

            And her fear, surprised me — heights. I pointed out that we live in a sprawling bungalow (one storey) and the highest she goes is two storeys’ at school! She laughed but added, fear isn’t like that Mum. I know it’s not a real fear, but it’s like when you stand on a chair and feel unsafe.

            That girl will go far. Because she truly gets fear.

            We know something is scary and yet we still do it. Why? Because we have a perspective to the fear. When you lose perspective, it can feel too big, and too scary.

            So look around you to get some perspective on your fear:

            • Are you really at risk?
            • Will this kill you?
            • Which leads us on to..
            • If the worse was to happen what would it be?

            4. Hold a Hand

            As a coach, it is my job to holds someone’s metaphorical hand and help them face a fear.

            Like the child petrified of the thunder storm or the teen that can’t get back in a car again after failing their test, your job as a parent is to reassure, encourage, enable and motivate someone to face something that ideally they never would choose to again.

            We know many of our fears aren’t real. However, it is only when someone guides us with love, respect, lack of judgement and safety are we able to get through fear. And trust me, you can get through your fears. I’ve seen it so many times.

            Ask yourself:

            • If the worse were to happen, what would that be?
            • Could that really happen?
            • If the worse did happen, how would you recover?
            • If the worse were to happen, what would you need to do next?

            By seeing fear as not the end destination but part of being human, you can see through it’s wily evil ways and move forward.

            5. Know Whose Hand You Hold Either Physically or Emotionally

            This helps with fears for the rest of your life.

            Think of someone you can always rely on (and ideally you won’t just answer yourself because that adds a lot of pressure to your existence!) And you will find that you’ve already found a way to get through fear.

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            The beauty of this is that it means that fear becomes part of life not something to be feared and shied away from.

            It means you know you can turn to your friend, partner, colleague, parent, sibling and say “Right I need to deal with this, and I’m going to need you to help me.”

            For one moment, think about it from the other person’s view point. When we get to help other people we feel valued, loved, respected and lots of other positive emotions and we get a good dose of positive chemicals setting off in our bodies too.

            Your fear, and your determination to fight it, helped someone else too. Now that’s cool right?

            6. Understand That There Are Some Things Fear Will Never Touch

            I like to find role models in life — people who have faced heroism, history changing moments, war, atrocities, miracles, life saving inventions.

            Not everyone was looking for greatness, however they all found it. And one of my favourite books to date is written about Alistair Urquhart, the forgotten highlander. If this doesn’t get turned into a film in the future, then no man’s story is likely to.

            Alistair went through the most horrific experiences in the 2nd world war. If you think of one of the awful things that happened back then in our world, Alistair went through at least 3 of them! Asked afterwards how did you cope? He talked about how whatever they did to his body, no matter how they starved, tortured, threatened or mocked him, they couldn’t have his mind. In his mind he was free.

            Of all the people’s voices I’ve heard in my head over the years, this is one of those statements that reminds me anything is possible if you have faith and hope.

            Look for the things in life that fear can’t touch. They will create confidence and faith for the future, whatever you face. And they will give you a sense of why being you is awesome.

            Of all the billions of people on this planet, no one will have an answer identical to yours!

            7. Process Your Fears to Carry on with Life

            Being brave is not about sticking your chest out and smiling regardless of what hell you endure. It is about finding a way to emotionally process your fears to be able to keep going.

            I have a tool kit of things I can rely on – tools, strategies, techniques. They include people to hug or talk to, music. hobbies, walks on the beach and even my favourite food. It sounds mad but at the times where I have questioned “how will I get through this?” I’ve found immense joy in doing the most unlikely of thing that makes me smile.

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            It may be a short lived moment of happiness. However, it reminded that nothing stays the same and I can find away.

            One client told me that it was crazy when it felt like their world was falling around their ears to run a bath to the brim (you don’t waste water) get the best bath oils, light too many candles, lock the door and drink a glass of bubbly (champagne is only for special occasions.)

            Did that moment fix the disaster that my clients life felt? No, however it gave them a moment of calm and the brain is far quicker to find solutions, resolve and motivation to keep going when you do that.

            It may feel like madness to do something you love, however it can be a powerful way to help you find solutions to the fears you face in life.

            8. Assume the Worse

            If you read the statement from the client above. Notice how they assumed it was wrong to fill the bath up to the top? How bubbly is only for special occasions?

            Think how naughty they felt to be doing something that was not allowed?

            • Think about what age it may have made them feel?
            • Think about how they feel about champagne?
            • What special moments it’s been a part of in their lives?

            And you can see how the assumptions they made about their “right” to have these things was not healthy.

            When I drag the assumptions out of people’s words for them to see, they are often struck by how negative the words make them feel.

            Don’t assume your words aren’t impacting on you. You can go through fear and actually enjoy the ride when you take the time to understand how you are letting words get to you.

            9. Take a Fear That Feels Insurmountable Right Now.

            If you were to repeat it to me out loud, what would you say?

            Would you have blame on yourself in there? Would you assume others can do it and it’s just you? Would you feel small, unsuccessful, useless, unworthy?

            Usually, when you do this exercise, you are able to spot the untruths that run wild in your head convincing you that you are doomed. And rarely when we are faced with our assumptions is there is a lot of evidence to them.

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            10. You Are Not Defined by Your Fear

            One fear does not define your life – be mindful of that. It is likely to lead you to thinking of all the times you’ve succeeded and bring a moment of calm, confidence and faith back to you.

            11. Go with Fear

            When you learn to go with fear, you could find yourself actually having fun, no seriously – having fun.

            I have a few amazing clients I’m working with right now who would describe themselves as life long worriers, or pessimists. In the past that has served them well, enabling them to keep safe, steer clear of risks and even develop strategies in the event of disasters. However, now they find it’s becoming hard to break the cycle and they really want to because it’s holding them back.

            Notice how they’ve found their hidden fears and want to face them?

            One client said “I knew this was going to be tough, and I knew I couldn’t fight it alone and I knew you would be the one to help me.” Before I sat an incredibly successful, confident, capable business owner with a family and a social life to die for.

            However, I’ve learned that the most successful looking lives can hide things that impact on life, success, love, happiness and business.

            We didn’t start with the fear that they felt was holding them back, we broke the fear down, and found lots of little obstacles that had been deemed as “life” and “unchangeable” and “that’s just the way it is” by developing awareness to the little steps on the road to their obstacles to happiness and success they were able to tackle them in a different way.

            12. Discover Great Skills in Your Scary Moments

            And in that clients words “I came here to work with you to grow my company, and my own personal skills. I didn’t expect to get the children to be cleaning up after themselves and my partner being more attentive! It all feels a little magic.”

            The moral is that out of the scariest of moments, we can find great skills we didn’t know we had. Find better, healthier, happier ways to live and find ways to enjoy life more. (And have a bit of magic!)

            What a great place to be in ready for the next fear that thinks it’s going to get in the way of you, right?

            13. Own Your Fear

            Think back over these tips and come up with at least one example for each one. Write them down. Put them on your phone. Turn them into a piece of art. Turn them into a poem. Frame them. Go for a fast walk across the fields, beach, down town and repeat these things in your head to the sound of your feet on the ground.

            We rarely take the time to appreciate how far we have come, how much we can achieve or what we are capable of – by really owning the tips in this article you will have given your brain a big fat dose of “Damn right I can do this!” and the motivation and accountability to say “Let’s find a way” through any fear.

            You can’t help but feel good when you see that can you? And fear doesn’t stand a chance, does it?

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