Kontrol Exclusive: Sharron Clear’s Fall Denim Roundup for Gives Us The Right Kind of Blues!

There’s no denying denim is here to stay and won’t go out of style anytime soon. Denim is essentially the backbone of any closet. Every year, the denim trends take a turn and go from skinny to boyfriend, from wide to straight, and everything in between. But, the fact still remains that we love them all. So, what kind of denim will be popular this coming fall? Style, beauty, and lifestyle influencer Sharron Clear known as @arrayoffaces on IG has put together the top 4 denim trends that will be taking over. Without a doubt, you’ll be seeing these piecesaround. Now, it’s time to get prepared so you can step out in style!

True Skinny Denim

Many of us cringe on the thought of skinny jeans, but skinny isn’t all that bad. This fall season skinny is back with a twist. These High Rise True Skinny Jeans from GAP have just the perfect stretch. With a looser fit, this style is more forgiving while still maintaining that streamlined look. You can find denim that has a great stretch for an amazing all-day fit. Style skinny jeans with a denim top and rock that denim on denim or add a blazer with a pair of fly booties to make it more of a fun look.

Favorite Jeggings

For the comfort and flexibility of leggings, but the style of jeans, a pair of jeggings is just the ticket. Jeggings are super fitted and comfortable. These Mid Rise Distressed Favorite Jeggings from GAP are so perfect paired with cute booties or heels for fall. The easiest way to make jeggings look more polished is to throw a chic blazer over a top or t-shirt. This combination of jeans, a simple T-shirt, and accessories is certainly no exception to this rule.

 

Wide Leg Crop Jeans

If we could marry wide-leg pants, we would in a heartbeat. Not going to happen, so lets’ just settle for wearing them every day of the fall season. Wide-leg jeans are nothing new, but they’ve got staying power for a reason. Whether you rock them in full-length or cropped form, they’ll make a major statement with a ’90s edge. Wear them with heels, sneakers, or whatever you’d like — they’re comfy and versatile all in one. The High Rise Wide-Leg Crop Jeans from GAP are certainly perfect for wearing with heels, booties or over the knee boots. Sure to carry you through the fall and winter seasons.

Vintage Inspired Straight Leg Jeans

Vintage-inspired jeans are making a comeback for fall 2019.  From high waisted, mommy cut, flared or boyfriend, there are so many vintage-style jeans, you can’t go wrong with this season. These  are the cheekiest pair of GAP jeans. Cut to hug you in all the right places; with hidden hold-you-in front pockets that help give you a sleek, smooth look all day long. They look like your favorite vintage jeans with the perfect amount of stretch. Chewed hem and ripped, these are great for fall and beyond. Add a touch of chicness with a denim jacket and statement top.

About Sharron Clear:

Sharron Clear is a strong, self-made single mom of three whose story begins with southern roots and California dreams. Born in Tennessee, Clear was the youngest of four athletic girls and a self-professed “girly girl athlete” herself. Losing an older sister at the hands of a drunk driver, Clear became an advocate early on for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and other similar organizations. With a love for fashion and an eye for trends, Clear always loved dressing up. She recalls gaining notoriety for her outside-the-box style ideas: men’s shorts, oversized shirts, vibrant colors, and unique designs. Earning a reputation for being one of the best dressed throughout her school years, friends would often approach Clear for fashion advice. In her free time, she would sketch beautiful gowns and other upscale pieces, even designing her very own prom dress. In 2017, Clear began documenting her every day #GirlBoss style on Instagram, growing an engaged audience of over 57,000 followers. Clear resigned in 2018 to focus full time on her personal brand, Array of Faces, and today on Instagram (@arrayoffaces) her followers turn to her everyday upbeat messages to get inspired themselves. Gaining widespread attention for her positive outlook and unique approach to fashion, Clear has since worked with global fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands such as TreSemme, Aerie, Aveeno, Vici Dolls, Walgreens, GoDaddy, ROKU, IHG Hotels and Resorts, and many more. A fighter and self-made inspiration, Clear creates content, in vibrant color, that uplifts and motivates others to do what makes them happy. Check out @arrayoffaces and arrayoffaces.comfor style, beauty, travel, & lifestyle content for the #GirlBoss.

 

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Julian R. Lark is a distinguished entrepreneur and award-winning stylist, sought after for his take on classic glamour. Having over a decade of experience coupled with a degree in Fashion, Lark has made himself an integral part in creating breathtaking moments for countless Hollywood celebrities. As a tastemaker in fashion, he has launched an online boutique and showroom in Atlanta to make breathtaking moments accessible to his growing audience. Julian forged his own path by creating the nationally published Kontrol Magazine as Editor-in-chief and lead stylist. He has crafted memorable moments for Hollywood icons like Anita Baker, Lynn Whitefield, Toni Braxton and Lil’ Kim. He’s been called upon to work on projects for numerous studios and networks including FX, Netflix, Bravo, OWN, WeTV and VH1. Press features of his work include Huffington Post, People, US Weekly, E! News, The View, and The Wendy Williams Show. In addition to his work as a stylist, in 2014 Julian launched his first stylist class, which is designed to help aspiring stylist learn how to build a successful career in the industry. Continuing to leverage his audience he has launched his own cosmetics line, and agency for stylist. Julian has proven himself to be a creative visionary and industry zealot. His drive, coupled with his uncanny ability to empower through fashion and style will undoubtedly ensure constant growth, both personally and professionally, in fashion and beyond.