There are countless brands of jeans out there for women. Some are more expensive while some are more affordable. Some come from exclusive boutiques while others can be purchased in general department stores. Regardless of the price, the store, the fit, the size, you are sure to find a pair of jeans that you love with the right searching and perseverance. No one said shopping was easy and that is especially true when it comes to finding that perfect pair of jeans that makes you look great in all the right places. However, it usually comes down to style rather than brand when you are deciding what flatters you most. It is important that you know your body and what works for you before you begin hunting for new jeans. It will simplify the search and make it much more enjoyable.
Lucky Brand Jeans have become extremely popular in the last few years. You can purchase these jeans in a Lucky Brand store or at other department stores, such as Nordstrom. They have every type of cut you can imagine, ranging from straight leg to boot cut. The brand started in 1990 and they view denim, not as a piece of clothing, but as a form of self expression. With that in mind, they have created their line of gorgeous clothing, which now includes other types of clothing besides jeans. Best of all, most of these jeans are made in the U.S.A.
Hudson Jeans are another hit in the fashion community. They are more expensive than most jeans you would probably buy, but the quality is absolutely amazing, not to mention the way that they fit your body. You can buy them directly from their website or from one of their designated retailers. Some of these retailers include Nordstrom, Zappos, and smaller boutiques. There is a retailer lookup tool on their website that you can use to find retailers closest to your home.
Any woman who is familiar with fashion trends knows that True Religion Brand Jeans are some of the best jeans to own. They are worn by everyone, including many of the reality stars you see gracing your television as well as more well known celebrities. Again, these jeans can be found in locations like Nordstrom and Zappos, as well as on their personal website. Like Lucky Brand Jeans, True Religion Brand Jeans were made for the soul purpose of bringing back premium denim. The owner of the company wanted a product that was American made. True Religion Brand clothing is best known for its bohemian chic flair. When buying that gorgeous pair of jeans, keep in mind that True Religion is also known for their woven and knit shirts as well.
If you aren't interested in paying outrageous prices for denim, perhaps you would enjoy these stores a little more. Express has a great selection of jeans that is known for its flattering effect on a woman's backside. The jeans are made from premium quality denim and are known for their durability and trendy look. Calvin Klein is another great stop when it comes to buying jeans. They have a more casual fit than most other brands but are made to flatter as well. Gap is another location that provides a more modest fit while still being attractive. This type of look is more appropriate for a lifestyle where skinny jeans or frayed and rugged looking jeans just don't do the trick. When running to a PTA meeting for your child or having a casual luncheon at work, Gap offers the perfect variety of jeans to fit your needs.
American Eagle is extremely popular among the younger generation because of the way the jeans fit. They have a very relaxed and trendy fit. All of the clothing in this store has that straight-from-the-beach look, so you can imagine why these jeans are popular among teens. However, women who have been blessed with curves may find this difficult store to find a decent pair of jeans being that the fit doesn't work well with hips.
Rock Revival is another brand that is similar to both Lucky Brand Jeans and True Religion Brand Jeans, especially when it comes to the price. Most of the jeans average $150, though you can find them for a little cheaper on discount websites. Rock Revival can be purchased at stores such as Nordstrom and Dillards as well as on RockRevivial.com.