The New Denim Trend Celebs Are All Over

Trend to Try: Denim Dresses(Source:, Jason Merritt/Getty Images North America, Bauergriffin.Com)We love our jeans. Really, we do. But after this nightmare of a never-ending winter, we'd be happy to never see them—or our coat, scarf, hat and go-to sweaters—ever again. Instead, we're counting the days until we can rock one of the easy (and perfectly skin-bearing) denim dresses that were a hit at Chloe, Gucci and Bottega Veneta for spring. Because what's better than a fun little day dress in an all-American material? Whether you opt for a classic chambray shirtdress, a dark-rinse shift or a two-toned jean design, you'll look fresh and fierce. Honestly, you can't mess this one up.

As proof, we present exhibit A: Julianne Hough in a basic swingy style, below. We're loving the booties for in-between spring weather, but could also see this look with a pair of lace-up gladiator sandals come summer. 
Trend to Try: Denim Dresses(Source: a more polished look, take a cue from Chloe Grace Moretz, who stepped out in this tailored, two-tone Louis Vuitton number at the MTV Movie Awards. A pair of prim pumps make it evening-ready. 
Trend to Try: Denim Dresses(Source: Jason Merritt/Getty Images North America)And for a Saturday of brunch and outdoor errands, can you go wrong with Kirsten Dunst's flowy and forgiving denim dream? We think not. That baby looks comfy enough to sleep in. 
Trend to Try: Denim Dresses(Source: Bauergriffin.Com)Stores are filling up with loads of little denim dresses for the warmer weather ahead. Here are a few of our faves, below. 
Trend to Try: Denim Dresses(Source: Nordstrom, Shopbop, Madewell)Topshop Moto Vintage Wash Pinafore Dress, $60, at NordstromHouse of Holland Lace Denim Dress, $386, at ShopbopWon Hundred Blur Denim Dress, $265, at Madewell