Baggy jeans trend 2022: Levi’s, Balenciaga, Amazon and True Religion


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If New York Fashion Week street style is an indication of what’s to come this fall, expect baggy jeans on baggy jeans. Baggy pants took over at Fashion Week, but you’ve probably also spotted them on so many of your favorite celebrities. Hailey Bieber, Bella HadidKylie Jenner, Rihanna and Gigi Hadid are just a few of the big names rocking baggy jeans lately. When it’s girls in the streets of the Big Apple and Famous fashion icons are wearing a trend, you know it’s time to join in.

This craze for baggy jeans comes on the heels of Year 2000 revival it won’t turn off, so it all makes perfect sense. You’ll find low-rise slouchy jeans, high-waisted jeans that bulge in the leg, low-rise silhouettes, and plenty of cargo pants.


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In this ICT Tac, Kylie gives us a crash course in styling this trend. She pairs Balenciaga’s Large Baggy Jeans with a plain black tank top and Nike Dunks. Her outfit definitely gives off-duty model vibes.

For more inspiration, here are some baggy denim outfits from New York Fashion Week.

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Blue jeans and a white tank top are the keys to an ensemble that works every time, no matter the season.

NYFW Street Style Baggy Jeans

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There was a lot of denim on denim during Fashion Week, so don’t be afraid of this bold look. A Canadian tuxedo can’t hurt.

NYFW Street Style Baggy Jeans

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Corsets aren’t going away anytime soon. Wear your favorite with a pair of baggy cargo jeans and you’re ready to rock a signature Y2K fit.

If you’re on the fence about swapping your skinny jeans for wider pairs, note that this new obsession is not only aesthetic. Loose denim tends to be more comfortable to wear than tight jeans. It’s time to let your legs breathe! Plus, when you need to layer up in fall and winter, there’s plenty of room to layer a base layer under your baggy jeans.

For those we’ve successfully converted, keep reading for 16 top picks that will give you the effortlessly cool look you keep seeing on your social feeds. We’ve included options from top brands, like Levi’s, Abercrombie & Fitch, True Religion, AGOLDE and more.

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Abercrombie & Fitch 90s Low Rise Baggy Jeans

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Abercrombie & Fitch 90s Low Rise Baggy Jeans

Dark denim is a wardrobe staple, no matter what the trend is. These ’90s-inspired low-rise jeans are perfect for any night out on the town.

Wide Leg Baggy Jeans Balenciaga

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Wide Leg Baggy Jeans Balenciaga

If Kylie Jenner can pull off those baggy Balenciaga jeans, so can you. They have a waxed finish that will be so easy to dress up or dress down.

H&M 90s high waisted baggy jeans

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H&M 90s high waisted baggy jeans

If you’re shopping on a budget, we’ve got you covered. These baggy jeans by H&M are on sale for just under $30 right now.

True Religion Cargo Jeans Urban Outfitters Canada

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True Religion Cargo Jeans

The fashion world can’t get enough of cargo pants, that’s why you need them True Religion Jeans in your closet as soon as possible. Contrast stitching makes them all the more ~edgy~.

Empyre Tori Courtney Wash Skate Jeans Zumiez

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Empyre Tori Courtney Wash Skate Jeans

Not a fan of plain denim? The answer is always distressed. Match these Empyre skate jeans with an oversized hoodie and Vans to unlock your skater alter ego.

Balenciaga low crotch jeans

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Balenciaga low crotch jeans

Remember when Bella Hadid wore those eye-catching puffy jeans from none other than Balenciaga? She opted for a sporty look by teaming them with an extra cropped white shirt, a black track jacket and a pair of bug-proof sunglasses.

Emmiol washed denim baggy boyfriend jeans

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Emmiol washed denim baggy boyfriend jeans

If you prefer your jeans to sit low on your hips, opt for this pair from Emmiol.

Uniqlo baggy jeans

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Uniqlo baggy jeans

You might not expect to find Uniqlo on this list, but these baggy jeans are essential if you are looking for a skater look.

Levi's XL Flood Revolve Jeans

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Levi’s XL Flood jeans

Add a chic touch to your OOTD with these John Levi’s. We could totally see you pairing them with a crisp collared button down shirt and pointy toe boots.

Belted baggy jeans AGOLDE Revolve

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AGOLDE belted baggy jeans

It’s all in the details with these baggy John Agolde. The extra long belt will instantly elevate any outfit.

Good American Good Skate Jeans

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Good American Good Skate Jeans

Want extra legroom? Look no further than these Good American Good Skate Jeans. They are available in three different colors and sizes from 00 to 26 Plus.

PacSun Baggy Cargo Pants

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PacSun Baggy Cargo Pants

Everyone is going full throttle with cargo pants right now. Try the trend with these PacSun cargo jeans. It’s versatile black and ultra loose with a mid-rise waist.

HDLTE Baggy Wide Leg Jeans Amazon

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HDLTE Loose Wide Leg Jeans

Amazon is your go-to destination for affordable clothing. Pull on these loose wide leg jeans from HDLTE
. They won’t cost you more than $41, which is such a steal for any pair of denim.

Maison Margiela Saks Fifth Avenue baggy cut-out jeans

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Maison Margiela Cutout Baggy Jeans

These John Margiela feature bold cutouts on the front pockets. Need we say more?

Isabel Marant Vetea Nordstrom Wide Leg Non-Stretch Baggy Jeans

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Isabel Marant Vetea Baggy Non-Stretch Wide Leg Jeans

The oversized fit and pockets of these bulky Jean-Isabel Marant are everything. Plus, the dark wash makes them a bit more sophisticated and night-ready.

J.ING Dennis wide split hem jeans

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J.ING Dennis wide split hem jeans

My favorite is this pair from J.ING. These pants are a bit long on my 5ft 5in frame, so they have an inseam cut on me, but I’m a fan. I also like the slits at the bottom because they also let my shoes hang out.

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