10 Unique Jeans To Add A Little Flare To Your Wardrobe

 For those of us who are considered millennials, we can easily recall the recent debacle with Gen Zers calling skinny jeans “cheugy” aka outdated and no longer trendy.

*Cue the gray hairs and calls to AARP*

Well, it turns out that they weren’t ENTIRELY wrong.

While skinny jeans will truly never be erased from our wardrobes, because lets face it, sometimes we just need a good pair of skinny jeans. There are tons of other styles of unique jeans out there that retailers are grabbing hold of these days.

From wide leg jeans, to dual-toned jeans and all that is in between. We’re seeing some super trendy and unique jeans out there lately that will undoubtedly add a bit of flare and fun to any wardrobe.

Here are 10 pairs of unique jeans that we just HAD to share!

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7 FOR ALL MANKIND

High Waist Ankle Skinny In Tie Dye Pale Pink

$198.00

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SHEIN

High Waist Ripped Floral Print Jeans

$29.00

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SHEIN

High Waist Allover Figure Print Jeans

$25.00

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WALMART

Floral Daisy Embroidered Mid Rise Bellbottom Flare Frayed Hem Jeans

$34.00

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NASTY GAL

Two Tone Denim Mom Jeans

$27.00

SHOP

URBAN OUTFITTERS

BDG High-Waisted Printed Cowboy Jean

$99.00

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FREE PEOPLE

Driftwood Farrah Printed Flare Jeans

$168.00

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MODCLOTH

Rolling In The Flowers Wide-Leg Jeans

$79.00

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SHEIN

High Waist Wide Leg Jeans

$24.00

SHOP

PACSUN

Two-Tone Blue High Waisted Straight Leg Jeans

$59.95

SHOP

If you tell us that these aren’t fun, then you’re lying. These unique jeans will bring some flare to even the most boring of closets!

Would you wear these jeans? Have you bought any jeans recently that are as unique and fun as these? If so, share with us in the comments!

 

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