What style of jeans are in? The top 7 denim trends of 2019

Get decked out in denim this year!
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By Kayla Boyd

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It's a new season and that means tons of new trends are coming our way. One closet staple that somehow always evolves year after year is denim.

Lifestyle expert Melissa Garcia stopped by TODAY Thursday to share the biggest denim trends for 2019. Prepare yourself, low-rise jeans are indeed on the rise again. And if the other six trends on this list are any indication, '90s style is still making a comeback.

Whether you're looking to revamp your style or just want some new jeans, we have a ton of great options for you to consider.

Straight Cut

Straight cut or straight leg jeans are similar to skinny jeans, except with more breathing room. The width of the hem is straight from the hip to the ankle, which gives them a comfortable fit that can be worn with heels, flats or sneakers.

These sky blue straight cut jeans are a more relaxed fit that are engineered "for the perfect rear fit," according to the manufacturer.

These fashion-forward jeans are high-rise with straight legs, a washed black pinstripe design and raw hems.

Shop more straight cut denim:

  • Lucky Brand Sweet 'N Straight-Leg Jeans, Macy's
  • Reformation May High & Skinny Jeans, Nordstrom

Bootcut

Bootcut is back! 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.

Shop more bootcut denim:

  • Style & Co Curvy-Fit Bootcut Jeans, Macy's
  • Wit & Wisdom Ab-solution Itty Bitty Bootcut Jeans, Nordstrom

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Slouchy 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 heal.

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.

Shop more slouchy skinny denim:

  • Style & Co Tummy-Control Slim-Leg Jeans, Macy's

Low-Rise

Although many of us may not be too excited about the return of low-rise jeans, the trend is now being made with stretchier material, which can make them more comfortable and flattering.

This classic low-rise skinny jean comes in tons of different washes. If you're 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.

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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.

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.

Shop more baggy wide-leg denim:

  • MadewellSlim Wide Leg Jeans, Nordstrom
  • TRAVE Audrey Cropped Wide Leg Jeans, Shopbop

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.

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