How does James Jeans get its premium denim jeans to “feel like cashmere and fit like couture”? By drying organic cotton denim in the sun — a process called "dry-aging" — and inserting darts in all the right places. From boot-cut and straight-leg jeans for men and women to super-skinny “Twiggy” legging jeans for expecting moms, each style comes in a range of colors and molds to the body to produce that elusive perfect fit. Founded by L.A.-based entrepreneur James Chung and designer Seun Lim in 2003, James Jeans has dressed everyone from Taylor Swift to Angelina Jolie in its custom jeans. In 2010, the brand introduced James Icon, a contemporary women's collection of chic leather, knit separates, and T-shirts that effortlessly complements James Jeans' core denim line.
Nothing screams warm-weather chic quite like denim and stripes, and these designer picks deliver the perfect dose of classic Americana cool: Think dark-wash skinnies, made-to-flatter flares, and faded jackets, plus striped tees, cardigans, and sheath dresses for a mix that never goes out of style.
Flattering, versatile, and totally effortless — a perfect pair of jeans is an essential component of every woman's wardrobe, which is why we've put together this array of cuts and styles from some of your favorite brands, from Vince to Earnest Sewn. You’ll find pop-of-color skinnies for a night out, cool distressed crops for the weekend, and sharply tailored, dark-wash flares for casual Friday at work. Getting the blues never looked so good.
Flattering, versatile, and totally effortless — a perfect pair of jeans is an essential component of every woman's wardrobe. Which is why we've put together this array of cuts and styles from some of your favorite brands, from Vince to Earnest Sewn. You’ll find sexy waxed jeggings for a night out, distressed cut-offs for the weekend, dark, high-waisted flares for work, and pastel-hued crops made for sunny getaways. Getting the blues never looked so good.
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