Cindy Crawford’s 5 Favorite Jeans Have Over 120 Glowing Reviews


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While Kaia Gerber loves experimenting with all the latest and greatest trends, her mom Cindy Crawford usually has a more classic take on the looks du jour. Gerber might whip out some low-rise brocade flare leggings like it ain't no thing, but Crawford is much more likely to rely on her vast denim collection.

Naturally, Crawford has a pair of jeans for every scenario: skinnies for tucking into boots, straight-leg jeans to team with blazers, stretchy jeans for laidback outfits, and wide-leg jeans to wear with, well, whatever she feels like. I combed through tons of photos to find the jeans she appears to wear the most frequently, so scroll down to shop like the supermodel.


1. Paige Cindy Jeans: 32 Five-Star Reviews
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On Crawford: Paige Cindy High Rise Jeans ($225)


2. 7 for All Mankind B(Air) Skinny Jeans: 31 Five-Star Reviews
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On Crawford: 7 for All Mankind B(Air) Denim Ankle Skinny Jeans in Duchess ($179)


3. Mother Hustler Jeans: 23 Five-Star Reviews
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On Crawford: Mother The Hustler Frayed Ankle Jeans ($228)


4. L'Agence Margot Jeans: 37 Five-Star Reviews
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On Crawford: L'Agence Margot High Waist Crop Jeans ($225)


5. 7 for All Mankind Dojo Jeans: 11 Five-Star Reviews
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On Cindy Crawford: 7 for All Mankind Dojo Wide Leg Jeans ($168)

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Erin Fitzpatrick
Associate Director, Fashion News

I got my start as a Who What Wear intern eleven years ago—back when the site only published a single story per day. (We've since increased that number twentyfold.) I graduated magna cum laude from USC, which is how I ended up moving to Los Angeles from my hometown of San Diego. In college, I also interned at Refinery29, where I was promoted to editorial assistant and then assistant editor. After nearly three years at R29, I came back to WWW in 2016, where I currently hold the title of Associate Director, Fashion News (as well as the unofficial title of resident royals expert—in case you haven't noticed my numerous Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton stories). I spend my days trying to incorporate my idols, Anna Wintour and Roger Federer, into as many stories as possible. Outside of work, I love tennis, dogs, classic rock, and traveling.