High-rise denim has been lurking around for awhile now. I would look, turn away and wouldn't see them again for some time, not knowing when or where they would turn up. As with trends, one doesn't ever know if they'll stick. And, if they do stick, how long they will actually stay around for.
Then, it happened. I recently received a fashion editorial that called out this very topic, "The high-rise denim of your dreams," the headline called out. As I scrolled through the editorial, I took a sigh of relief - it wasn't the high-rise of yesteryear. Instead, it was a very modern, updated version. And yes, I used those words to describe high-rise denim. As I pondered this idea, I started to look at some high-rise styles available today. What I found was a hybrid high-rise denim. There was the high-rise + skinny jean combo. There was the high-rise + raw edge jean combo. There was the high-rise + destructed denim jean combo. There were a variety of high-rise combos on the market, which meant this trend was available to many more people, which I love to see.
Now, in case I have enticed you to try a re-envisioned high-rise style, let's talk a bit about your top.
Since you are going for the trend on the bottom, be sure you stay true to yourself on top. If you are often caught in a v-neck or vintage tee, keep that staple in place - just add the high-rise. On the other hand, if you are often seen in a button-down blouse, add it here. If you go with the latter, I'd recommend adding a fresh spin to the look by playing with your accessories, from your jewelry to your footwear - this will ensure the high-rise take is modern and not dated.
Of course, Adea offers some great tops to wear with your high-rise denim. Be sure to share with us your favorite Adea top to pair with your high-rise denim.
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