The Designer Jeans We've Been Investing In for Years

While you may have a go-to pair of jeans, we thought some denim inspiration could be of interest. You know, just in case you're looking to add something fresh into your wardrobe this season. Specifically, we thought we'd share some of our tried-and-true denim labels.

The jeans brands coming your way are front-runners in our closets—and have been for years. For some of our editors, said labels have been go-tos for over a decade because of the high-quality and chic nature.

So if you're looking for that new everyday pair of jeans to lean on, scroll down to see which brands our editors have been buying on repeat and then shop to add them to your own collection.


"Are you looking for truly perfect jeans, so perfect you'll never want to wear another pair again? I promise you—these Agolde jeans are it." — Kristen Nichols, senior fashion editor


"For years, I cycled through different jeans brands and thought that I'd just have to deal with jeans not fitting slightly and get them hemmed always. I finally pulled the plug and ordered a pair of Levi's, and I now own multiple pairs. They're sturdy and last long but also fit in all the right places, which can be tricky to find in the denim space." — Yusra Siddiqui, assistant editor

Warp + Weft

The best straight-leg jeans



"I'm really into Warp + Weft since the brand is super affordable and really generous with room for your curves. I first tried it out about four years ago around the time of its launch and have bought multiple pairs since. It's more under the radar than other denim brands, so I'm always eager to tell people about it." — Indya Brown, market editor


"I've been wearing Mother jeans for around three years and keep returning to the brand whenever I'm looking for a different style."Erin Fitzpatrick, senior news editor


"I can count on Paige's selection of classic jeans shapes in cool new washes and prints to refresh my denim collection every few seasons. I've shopped the brand for going on seven years!" — Anna LaPlaca, associate editor

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