These Are the Levi’s That Could Be the Next It Jeans

They can have their pumpkin spice lattes—to me, nothing says fall like a fresh, new pair of Levi's. To be honest, there have been times over the past few months in which I felt like sweatpants and sweatshorts were glued to my body and I'd no longer be able to tolerate the feeling of anything but jersey knit, but alas, I'm ready to jam my legs into a pair of jeans again, believe it or not. And luckily, most of the Levi's pairs that I've tried are surprisingly comfortable—even the 100% cotton ones.

So, to get to the point here… I'm in the market for a new pair to celebrate my reuniting with them. In my research, I came across so many cool new pairs that I simply couldn't not share them. Given all the past Levi's styles that have gone viral (i.e. Wedgies, Ribcage, and Dad to name a few), I've been wondering what that next pair to go big will be. Well folks, I have found several specific contenders, some of which are variations on previous It styles, some of which are brand new. Keep scrolling to shop your next pair before they sell out.

This subtle flared style is perfect for pairing with ankle boots, and they complement so many fall trends.

I simply can't decide, so I guess I'm getting both washes. (Can you blame me?)

Long and loose jeans have a good chance at replacing skinny jeans this fall and winter, and I'd gladly embrace the trend with this pair.

It's hard to resist this old favorite in a new wash, which is a great one when you're seeking a little polish as far as your outfit is concerned.

There's never been a better time than 2020 to go back to the tried-and-true basics.

I actually have yet to try the famous Levi's Ribcage Jeans, but this pair is convincing me that I might have to now.

Another new Ribcage wash that will make you an instant fan of the style.

These clearly aren't jeans, but I'm convinced that they'll become a cult favorite.

AKA how to get a pair of vintage(-looking) jeans without going to a vintage story and trying on dozens of pairs, followed by a trip to the tailor.

If you already own plenty of classic jeans, this utility style is a refreshing one to add to the mix.

Distressed jeans are one of the season's biggest trends, and I can't think of a better way to give it a try than with this chic, subtle pair.

These are so many things at once—classic, on-trend, elevated, cool.