Here's Where to Get Great Vintage-Style Jeans

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It’s an all-too-common occurrence: You see a girl with great jeans, you muster up the courage to ask where she got them, and somehow the answer always seems to be, “Oh, thanks—they’re actually vintage!” Cue a sigh of disappointment. While those genuine gems are hard to come by, the perfect pair of vintage-inspired jeans are actually well within reach; you just need to know where to find them. Keep reading to see our short list of brands making the vintage-inspired denim we’re in love with these days.

What It Is

The difference between vintage jeans and their vintage-inspired counterparts? You get the same great styles and throwback silhouettes, but with the added benefit of everything denim makers have figured out over the recent decades. (Trust us, they’ve come a long way.)

Why We Need to Have It

Because if you’re anything like us, once you discover super-flattering, ultra-comfortable high-waisted jeans (thanks to modern perks like LYCRA® dualFX® technology), you’ll never look back.

Where to Get It

You could go to a vintage store and spend hours looking for a pair you may or may not find, or you can shop vintage-inspired pieces with LYCRA® dualFX® technology from Mother, Citizens of Humanity, and Frame here.

What do you like most about vintage inspired jeans?

Nayiri Mampourian
Senior Fashion Editor, Branded Content

Nayiri is Who What Wear's senior fashion editor for branded content and based in her hometown, Los Angeles. It all began in 2014 when she landed an internship at the company and never looked back. While she does love writing her fair share of fashion stories, her heart really belongs in the brainstorm room, where she has fun strategizing different ways to create content with our fashion partners so that you engage with the brands you know and love. Her style tends to be more classic (she loves a good black-and-white look with gold accessories), and white pumps are kind of her thing. If she had to pick one person's wardrobe to raid, it would be Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's, and she also has a major obsession with interior design. She's a mom to a 1-year-old baby girl named Sophie, and she fully plans on training her to spot fashion trends by the time she's 10. That's all!