Best Jeans For Women 2019 | The Sun UK
JEANS are reliable, comfy and oh so versatile. What more could you want from a wardrobe staple?
History has seen flares thrive, skinny jeans never leaving, and everyone naming their baggy jeans after their mom or dad.
Denim jeans were invented all the way back in 1873 by Jacob W. Davis and Levi Strauss (yes, the Levi Strauss) for gold miners in America.
Fast forward to 50s Hollywood with Marlon Brando and James Dean oozing sex appeal on screen – when denim jeans became cool.
We’ve seen thongs peering out of low-rise cuts in the early noughties and high-waisted jeans flourishing in recent years. But the one thing these styles all have in common?
They last you through years of wear, and don't look bad with a bit of tear either.
Whether you want to dress skinnies up with heels and a crop top or dress them down with a baggy crew neck jumper, there’s hundreds of ways to wear jeans. That’s why we love them so much.
From 90s singer Aaliyah’s famously baggy jeans to Khloe Kardashian’s Good American curve-hugging designs, there’s a lot to choose from.
To help you navigate your way through all these denim designs, we’ve collated a list of our favourite styles that you can buy right now.
What are the best jeans for women?
From curvy girls to athletic girls, everyone has a fave type of jean that fits their silhouette perfectly.
If you want to fake curves and a fuller booty, opt for a high rise skinny or fitted straight leg lightening jean to look less pancake and more Kim K.
What are the best jeans for curvy figures?
If you're blessed with curves, there are so brands that cater for 'curve' or 'plus' size ladies.
Shorter, taller and pregnant women, it's the same story- check out the 'petite','tall', and 'maternity' ranges at a number of high street stores like Topshop.
A skinny jean suits everyone, so if you're a jean newcomer who is not sure where to begin- a black or blue high waisted skinny is the perfect pick.
1. Mom Jeans
For the 80s classic style that we have to thank moms for, Urban Outfitters have your back.
In authentic rigid denim, these high waisted BDG brand jeans are the typical relaxed mom fit and are tapered at the ankle.
Suit their washed blue, vintage aesthetic with a corduroy shirt and a band tee. So hipster.
- BDG Mom Dark Vintage Wash Jeans, £55 from Urban Outfitters – buy here
2. Black Skinny Jeans
Will black skinny jeans ever leave our wardrobes? Probably not. They’ve sat comfortably, unwavering through periods of patchwork denim, wide-leg styles and kick flares.
River Island have the perfect staple pair that fit.
In a jet black stretch denim, these are super skinny in a mid-rise fit.
They work whether you want to put on some black leather boots and lippy for a night on the town or throw them on for a McDonald's run on a Sunday – so versatile.
- Black Amellie RI Washed Super Skinny Jeans, £40 from River Island – buy here
3. White Straight-cut Jeans
Arket have a knack for making basics look minimal, chic and sophisticated. Just look at these white denim jeans.
These cropped, classic jeans are made from organic raw cotton that’s been carefully bleached to produce a warm ecru tone.
Tonal looks are so on trend right now, so simply add a neutral roll neck and some white chunky trainers to go high fashion with a high street buy.
- Regular Overdyed Jeans, £55 from Arket – buy here
4. Vintage Style Levi’s
You can always count on Levi jeans as a trustworthy investment.
As a brand that famously overflows thrift stores worldwide, it feels only right that they dedicated this vintage-effect design to the 1950’s 701 jeans.
Made from a classic non-stretch selvedge denim with pink stitching, subtle patchwork detailing, a high-waist flattering fit and in a straight cut, these are the definition of cool jeans.
The best bit is, they look even better the older they get.
- Levi's Vintage Clothing 1950's 701 Jeans, £175 from Levi – buy here
5. Culotte Jeans
Everyone is loving wide-leg silhouettes right now and these & Other Stories jeans prove why.
Crafted from an organic cotton denim, they're cut in a high-rise shape and flare out to just above the ankle.
The cropped hems are ideal for showing off some sleek leather boots or heels – fab throughout the year, rain or shine.
- High Rise Culotte Jeans, £65 from & Other Stories – buy here
6. Skater Jeans
These baggy jeans from TV babe Maya Jama’s Pretty Little Thing range will have you simultaneously nostalgic for Aaliyah and Avril Lavigne.
From the wide-leg shape and floor-skimming hems to the contrast stitching and oversized pockets, we’re obsessed.
Team them with platform trainers for a nod to the 90s. Sexy, and street.
- Mid Wash High Waisted Wide Leg Jeans, £30 from Pretty Little Thing – buy here
7. Loose Jeans
& Other Stories have some bold, dark denim jeans that will make any outfit look impeccably chic.
Made from organic cotton, these loose-fit jeans have a flattering high-waisted cut, ideal for tucking in a tee or teaming with a cropped jumper.
They’re not stretchy so fall just as their shape lets them and won’t cling to any unwanted areas – exactly what you want from a pair of everyday jeans.
- Organic Cotton Loose Jeans, £69 from & Other Stories – buy here
8. Bootcut Jeans
If you thought bootcut jeans were for unfashionable teenagers, think again.
Post-noughties, bootcuts have been dividing the nation but who could deny denim that looks so damn flattering on the figure (teamed with platform boots or heels and they really create the illusion of longer legs) .
Made with LYCRA®dualFX®–cotton, this pair are not only pretty, they offer superior comfort and will never sag at the knees – a problem most women would pay way more than £35 to fix.
- Enhancer Boot Cut Jeans, £32 from Next – buy here
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Looking for some trainers to match your look? Check out our guide here for the best trainers.
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