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A new season is just around the corner, which means only one thing: it’s time to ditch dark tone and leather pants, and upgrade your denim collection. Fall and winter are assimilated with dark denim, black and brown leather pants and a ton of leggings worn with chunky sweaters – though jeans can still be spotted occasionally, a bright pair of blue jeans isn’t necessarily on the agenda when getting dressed in the early hours of the morning.

But – luckily for us, winter doesn’t last forever, so in celebration of New York Fashion Week, and getting one day closer to ringing into spring, we thought we’d share what has recently landed on our denim radar. Between recurring classics that feel like they never left the jeans stage, to the perfect blend of statement and staple, there are a myriad of options to choose from as we move away from fleece and snow-filled streets and transition into warmer and pleasant weather conditions.

To start, let me ask you when you purchased your last pair of jeans? Was it just yesterday or at the start of fall? Is denim a material you repeatedly shop for, in hopes of getting ahead of the latest trend and emerging designer or do you heavily rely on classic Levi’s that feel trusted and comfortable? Though we’re big supporters of a sturdy pair of jeans that can stand the test of the time, we couldn’t help but showcase some of our new season favorites. From the newest brands wreaking havoc on the denim scene to timeless heritage brands like Rag & Bone, we did a deep dive into the most coveted pieces and shared them with you below.

Scroll through and tell us which denim trend you’ll be following next month – be it straight-cut high waisted blue jeans or frayed charcoal skinny jeans just waiting to get worn out on your next outing!

Featured images via H&M

PS: Every single item is independently selected by our editors. Depending on the product, if you buy something through our links, The Weekly Cut may earn an affiliate commission.