Denim is a fixture of the apparel industry and a wardrobe staple for millions around the world. 2019 has finally come, so it only makes sense to start the New Year with stylish denim trends that everyone actually wants to wear more than once. Moreover, it is a gorgeous product and it has been a fashion staple for over 150 years so it is not disappearing soon.
Day by day, it is going to be the most popular type of clothing around the world and Bangladesh is one of the top countries to export different denim products all over the world. According to the Eurostat, statistics directorate of the European Commission, latest data, in January to August period of 2018, Bangladesh earned €917.14 million exporting denim goods to the European Union Countries, which is 4.23% higher compared to €879.84 million in the same period a year ago.
According to the Office of Textiles and Apparel (Otexa) of the US, in January-August period of the year 2018, Bangladesh fetched $358.73 million, up by 11.72%, which was $321.11 million in the same period last year.
Denim products made in Bangladesh are being more popular day by day and buyers and trade analysts have attributed the quality of Bangladesh denim products and competitive prices of goods for the popularity.
Bangladeshi denim manufacturers should be conscious about the latest trends, to grab the global market more sturdily.
Lifestyle expert Melissa Garcia recently shared the biggest denim trends for 2019. Now let’s see what is decked out in denim this year!
1. Straight cut Jeans ‘for the perfect rear fit’These sky blue straight cut jeans are a more relaxed fit that are engineered ‘for the perfect rear fit,’ according to the manufacturer.
Fashion-forward straight jeans
These fashion-forward jeans are a high-rise with straight legs, a washed black pinstripe design and raw hems.
Bootcut is back again. This popular ’90s style is perfect for wearing with heeled boots and booties.
These jeans are slim through the hip and thigh with a bootcut leg opening. The classic medium wash is perfect to wear all year long.
These bootcut jeans feature a stretchy fabric and distinctive line details.
3. Sloughy skinny
This style is basically a skinny jean with some extra fabric at the bottom to give it that slouchy look. Melissa said this style is best to wear with a heel.
These skinny jeans look flattering and timeless. They’re available in a wide range of sizes, as well as three different washes.
Like the other ’90s-inspired trends, these jeans have a vintage look. They’re slightly slouchy through the thigh and taper in at the ankle.
Although many of us may not be too excited about the return of low-rise jeans, the trend is now being made with stretcher material, which can make them more comfortable and flattering.
This classic low-rise skinny jean comes in tons of different washes. If anyone hesitant about the low-rise trend, this is a very versatile one to try.
These low-rise jeans are a blend of cotton, polyester, and spandex, so they’re very stretchy and comfortable. They’re also available in a variety of different washes.
5. Baggy wide leg
The baggy wide leg jeans are a spin on the ‘mom jeans’. They can be chic and casual at the same time.
These wide-leg jeans are high-waisted with a mid-stone wash. They’re perfect to pair with a graphic t-shirt and ankle boots.
The baggy, relaxed wide-leg jeans
These light blue jeans are ’90s-inspired with a relaxed fit. They hit around the ankle, so they’re ideal for showing off your favorite shoes.
6. Paperbag waist
The paperbag waist trend has been seen in denim and other trouser materials as well. It’s basically extra material at the waist that is cinched with a belt or tie.
These stylish high-waisted jeans are ankle length and include a belt that ties. This style denim can be easily dressed up or down.
Two-tone jeans are exactly what they sound like. They usually have a darker or lighter tone along the sides or the bottom.
The stretchy, frayed two-tone jeans
These jeans are a blend of cotton and spandex, so they have great stretch. The light wash with darker strips down the seams is a very trendy look.
The true fashion statement jeans
These fun two-tone jeans have a contrasting block going down the sides with a frayed hem.
Also Read: What will be the “denim trend of 2019”?