Embroidered Denim A Must have Trend for SS17

Happy Saturday everyone hope you are all well, 

I love fashion, clothes and especially this trend for ss17 we saw this creeping into the shop late last year in autumn and winter and now its back and its a must have for our wardrobes, the designers are putting embroidery on there bags and shoes and now the high streets are putting it on their denim and shirts.

I have looked at a few of the best jeans i can find with the embroidered detail on them and here they are below;

Boohoo.com 

Petit range ideally up to height 5ft3

Petit embroidered Emily mom jeans

£25.00

Great with heels as seen on the model or with an off the shoulder top and some metallic mules.

I personally love these and i am defiantly considering getting myself a pair for the season as they are one of the most affordable and nicest pair i have come across.

Topshop.co.uk

Topshop Moto Mom floral embroidered jeans

£59.00

Come in all sizes starting from a 24″ waist

Great with statement trainers or converse and a bomber jacket

I do love these but i wont pay the money for them as its a lot for a trend but they are lovely.
Asos.com

Glamorous tall boyfriend jean with embroidered leg

£22.50 in the sale limited sizes left

To me these remind me of the Gucci trend with the red snake on the the leg as they did something similar on their last collection.

I love these as i always prefer to wear dark jeans over blue jeans but they don’t have my size and i would have to have them taken up a lot.
Zara.com

Zara embroidered mid rise blue jeans 

Available in black 

£25.00

I love Zara jeans and these are great they are more subtle with the embroidery on the leg but it still works and looks good when worn with a nice crisp white shirt tucked in and loafers.

New look.com

New Look blue floral embroidered pocket straight leg jeans

£15.99 in the sale limited sizes available 

These are great for adding that detail to under the pockets instead on the side of the leg like most jeans i personally love these and if they where in my size i would be adding them to my collection.

I would wear these with a white tee and plain white trainers to give a casual look then add a bomber jacket for the finished look.
Pretty little thing.com

Plt Asos 

Plt embroidered denim jeans

£28.00

I love the colours of the embroidery on these ones as it pops more on the jeans, these are more casual in my opinion to wear with a basic tee and converse.

Overall these are the best pairs i could find without breaking the bank to follow the trend for spring and summer, I also saw some in Primark too in blue and black so i would snap them in if your local store has them as they well sell out.

Don’t miss out on the trend and grab a bargain.

Ideally this is the look i want to recreate as this to me is a outfit to nice not to be worn out in public. (picture grabbed from Pinterest)


As this is a trend which is worn by celebs and blogger not all of us are as brave to wear it head to toe, you could introduce a jacket with embroidery on the back or a handbag to create your own look for this trend.

This same trend was around when i was in senior school and i used to have lots of jeans with studs pearls, beads and embroidery on them from Tammy girl a shop for the under 16s back in the early years of 2000 i loved the trend then and still do now except my style has change and i need to make it work for me now i’m in my 30’s i cant wear what the teens do nowadays.

All trends wether it be flare jeans, wedges, fringe jackets, rock tees and now embroidery it all comes around full circle so in another 15 years time it will be back again and your daughter will be wearing it or even yourself.

Thanks for reading x

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