Trend: Coloured Jeans

Jeans are a staple item in the wardrobes of many women however you may have recently found that the typical jeans available have been revived with a range of bright colours, pastels and prints. So when you are looking for your next pair of new jeans why not consider the more colourful options that are now available?

Pink Jeans?

Of course, you may be thinking that a pair of bright pink jeans aren’t as versatile or as suitable as the originals but with a little bit of planning the pink can quite easily make a stamp on your wardrobe, a plain white top and black blazer gives you a cool yet on trend look suiting women of all ages.

If you are wary about wearing such bright colours instead of the typical blue the key will be to keep all the colour on the jeans and simple accessories with the rest of the outfit being neutral! Pastel coloured jeans are popular when it comes to summer and can easily be dressed up or down although these too lack through the season versatility and would slightly out of place in winter!

Prefer Darker Colors?

If you are still not too sure and don’t want to veer too far away from the blue hues then how about a dark green, purple or teal coloured pair of jeans such as the ones pictured? Teal can be paired with a huge selection of colours depending on the look you wish to go for. Black, leather and studs (another top trend for 2012) for an edgy take or brown, knitwear and wedges for

On your search for coloured jeans you may find the majority of coloured denim is restricted to the skinny, straight leg and ankle grazer jeans in stretchy materials which you may wish to avoid. If you prefer bootcut jeans due to the looser fitting materials you can quickly make your skinny jeans more comfortable using a long line t-shirt or even better a dip hem floral shirt to attract the attention elsewhere.

If you are looking for a pair of new jeans then coloured jeans are a great way of popping some colour into your wardrobe and getting involved in the popular colour blocking trend without too much effort.