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The Best $68 Jeans

The Best $68 Jeans from Everlane

The Best $68 Jeans from Everlane

The Best $68 Jeans from Everlane

Do you have a favorite pair of jeans? Over the years, I’ve liked Paige, AGOLDE and Madewell, but the prices always seem to creep higher and higher, even up to $250 (!). What happened to good old knock-around blue jeans?

This morning, Everlane came out with a game-changing denim collection. They have three different styles (high-rise skinny, mid-rise skinny and modern boyfriend), all made with Japanese denim with a bit of stretch, for $68 each.

I tried them on this week and love the way they fit — very flattering and cute. Just wanted to give everyone a head’s up!

P.S. Five things I can’t stop wearing, and teeny tiny earrings.

  1. Lynn says...

    I wanted to like these jeans but found them terribly stiff and uncomfortable. Their website is deceiving because all the reviews are extremely positive, but I came to learn that after I ordered the jeans, they curate their reviews by asking buyers to report back on them, and then they post what they want on their site. AKA only positive 4 star reviews.

    I ordered two sizes because I read they run small, and that’s true. My normal size was a tad too tight and hard to move around in because there’s hardly any stretch in them. The bigger size was too far too big in the waist, boxy and stiff. Super unflattering. I don’t recommend these. It’s a shame because I love their silk tops and think they’re a super chic brand. Too bad their reviews are so misleading!

    • Lynn says...

      What’s even more upsetting is the return isn’t free! There’s a $6 processing fee.

    • LJ says...

      I agree! The website comments are extremely deceiving. I was never “invited” to leave a comment b/c I had returned the jeans. So only those who are happy with the product are invited to comment. This was my first and only purchase with Everlane, I purchased the jeans and several white basic tops. All of the tops were sheer & seemed poor quality, and the jeans were..well..hideous. I came to the conclusion that Everlane is only hype, and I now avoid the company.

  2. L.J. says...

    I just received the Everlane High Rise Skinny Jeans and, sadly, I’m extremely disappointed. My regular size was so tight I couldn’t breathe, and the knees were very baggy. A size up was far too large, baggy, and unflattering. And the denim was too thick and stiff, not the soft, pliable denim I’ve come to love in skinny jeans. I rarely have difficulty finding jeans that fit well, so was surprised to have the issue with Everlane, and I’m sure I’m not the only one. I really cannot understand the hype.

    • Alicia says...

      I had the exact same issue with them!! So disappointed…Everlane is usually wonderful but I feel like they missed the mark fit wise on these.

  3. For all the tall ladies saying that Everlane doesn’t make an inseam long enough, have you tried Grana? Their styles tend to run long anyway (even their cropped styles run long on my short legs), but they do make long jeans (I believe the inseam is 31″). They’ve stopped making their black jeans though, so I’m going to give Everlane a try for that.

  4. I’ll have to check these out. But what I really want is a pair of 100% denim jeans that I have to break in and then they just get better over time. Most jeans today just have too much stretch for my taste and don’t last.

    • Hanny says...

      That is so true!! I love the stretch sometimes (period time) but i also miss breaking into a good pair of jeans.

    • Jo says...

      Buy APC petit standards

  5. Maggie says...

    YES! I spent all of my 20s in San Francisco dropping $220 on the regular for Joe’s, Sevens, and Citizens of Humanity. I grew out of that habit. I still have a cut of citizens that I buy but I’m am THRILLED that decently priced denim is back.

  6. bisbee says...

    Just ordered a pair of Uniglo jeans – Everlane doesn’t make my size – as I expected. For $29.90 I figured I’d try these…I’ve been wearing Gap.

  7. Jeez, Joanna, it’s like you can read my mind! I just had a baby and yesterday I was looking for a new pair of jeans to fit me for the time being (and make me feel good about myself too!). I love Everlane, and the boyfriend jeans at this great price are just what I’m looking for. Thank you :)

  8. Alice says...

    Ann Taylor has a curvy option for their jeans that I love! I’ve spent years trying to find a good fit, eventually biting the bullet and spending more money on jeans than I was comfortable with hoping that would help. But I still had a problem with gapping at the waist since my hips are usually a 10/12 but my waist a 4/6. The Ann Taylor curvy fit is perfect without tailoring and is reasonably priced!

  9. Aimee says...

    I have to say, I’m a Levi’s girl. I can always find a style I love that feels good and looks flattering, plus those pockets with the red tab are classics!

  10. Very tempted by the boyfriend style!

  11. Elizabeth says...

    these look so good! however, i’m all legs and often need an inseam of 34-36″ (plus, my hips are pretty wide). right now i buy old navy jeans because they have the right length, but they wear out so fast. this tall girl hopes to wear everlane or levi’s someday!

  12. Kimberley says...

    Free international shipping too for a few days! Whoop!

  13. Love them all! And I have to say, GAP’s every rising prices cause me to really really lean toward purchasing these bad boys.

  14. I prefer the Grana jeans to Everlane. They sell out fast, though!

    • I love Grana too! They’re so affordable and the most comfortable skinny jeans I’ve tried. I’m so sad that they didn’t restock their Japanese denim, I have two pairs and I wanted them in black.

    • LJ says...

      I second this! I found Grana’s Japanese Denim jeans far more flattering, softer, and comfortable than Everlane’s.

  15. Kathleen says...

    I love (almost) all things Everlane. Ordered two pair of these jeans yesterday and do not expect to be disappointed. If you have not done so yet, I recommend getting to know Everlane

  16. Alison says...

    Do they ship to Canada?

    • Carla says...

      Yes!

  17. So irritating that seemingly amazing companies like this COULD be all inclusive but aren’t. I mean, seeing that the average American woman is a 16 and they only go up to 14 is… disappointing. Not that I love spending loads of money on Good American denim but at least they’re TRYING to reach a broader audience (no pun intended). *HARD SIGH*

    • Lane says...

      ^^^ I feel this so hard. It’s so frustrating.

    • CJ says...

      Until companies like this (who are supposedly just wonderful) start to get with the program they will miss out on a huge amount of potential profit by not offering a range in sizes over 12. You can’t tell me it’s just an oversight. It is intentional and very sad. Especially in the age of retailers who are at least trying to be body positive at whatever size. I’m not going to be a size 6/8 again unless I starve. I’m a 14/16 and damn proud of my shape and what my body has done. At least give women, all women, the opportunity to look beautiful. Sigh.

    • Maria says...

      I agree completely!Why can’t they go at least to the average size?

  18. Dayo says...

    Alas, alack – no tall sizes for us giant folks. :(

    • Meredith says...

      Right!? “Regular” is 28.5 and ankle is 26.5 — so anyone over, let’s say, 5’9 need not apply…

    • Michelle R says...

      Dayo and Meridith – story of my life as well! Do you ladies have good jean brands that you like? I am trying to find some that fit right.

    • Joey says...

      I know! So frustrating. I swear by Levi’s 721 skinny with a 34″ inseam. Perfect for us long legged ladies :)

    • Dayo says...

      I need a 36 in inseam for full length jeans, and a 30-31 in inseam for cropped jeans. All my jeans are from Old Navy, Gap, Loft, or Ann Taylor.

  19. Elizabeth says...

    I have had incredible luck finding “boyfriend” style jeans at thrift stores in the men’s section. I’m tall and not curvy at all, so all these high-waisted women’s jeans never seem to fit me right.

  20. Joanna says...

    Joanna, I was wondering: How do the Modern Boyfriend compare to AGolde’s Jaimie? Are they similar? Do you think the fit is as flattering (and cool) as AGolde?

  21. Cynthia says...

    As I can only wear jeans on Fridays, I can’t see paying $68 for jeans. I buy the Gloria Vanderbilt Amanda jeans from Costco. Under $20 a pair, and they’re cut to fit me.

    • Pamela Thompson says...

      Agree. These jeans are comfortable and affordable, Thanks for the shoutout.

  22. Naomi Gerard says...

    Uniqlo make fantastic and inexpensive jeans. They’re great quality, fit well and look fabulous. I’ve received so many compliments…someone even called out from their car once asking where I’d bought my jeans. ???

    • Naomi I totally agree with you! Couldn’t stomach buying postpartum jeans knowing I’d be losing weight, and so I popped in and thought–Uniqlo, why not?” Best decision ever. Love their high waist jeans and cigarette leg and they make a boyfriend jean with holes in the knees with Japanese denim.

    • Anna says...

      Yes to this! I absolutely love Uniqlo jeans, they’re so stretchy, comfortable and infinitely flattering.

  23. Susan t says...

    I love Kut from the cloth at Nordstrom. If you have a Nordstrom Card, you can get free tailoring, which I think is really the key to well fitting jeans.

  24. K says...

    Even Levi’s seem pricey when full price these days. Thanks for sharing

  25. Esvee says...

    Bummed these are not 100% cotton!

    • Shannon says...

      I second that! More 100% cotton jeans, please!

  26. Emily says...

    I love Madewell jeans, but they’re definitely fairly expensive (the brand as a whole seems to be getting pricier by the year!). I recently decided to try J. Crew jeans on the logic that they’re basically the same, but actually a little cheaper, and they’re great. I’ve also found good, cheap jeans at the Gap, though it can be a little hit and miss. I’ve never shopped at Everlane (student budget haha) but I’m thinking of investing in something soon, probably a dress. xo

  27. Karin Connor says...

    Ugg… so over any stretch. Disappointed. I love their tops but I found the hyped wide leg pants to be too stretchy and unflattering. Jeans are going to be stretchy too even though they market them differently. Happily I have settled on vintage levis or wranglers- enviromently good options since used and more flattering!

  28. Kate says...

    At $68 I can actually afford to order multiple styles and sizes and see what fits, and send the rest back!

  29. Lesley says...

    HOLY MACKEREL you can change the model view! As a shorter size 10, this is life-changing. I hope more online stores start to take this approach so that non-model body types can get a sense of fit.

    Annnd I just bought two pairs. Fingers crossed they look as good as they do on the (close to my size) model!

    • Natalie says...

      You can?! How? I can’t figure it out. Maybe you need to be signed in? (And therefore create yet another account? ugh.)

    • Jules says...

      Natalie, look above the photo of the model and you’ll see “See how these fit on other sizes” link.

    • lauren says...

      Awesome tip! I was on the website this morning (I love Everlane) but didn’t notice this feature. Thank you!

  30. Sarah says...

    Sorry, I think they’re very unflattering – that super long zipper makes even the models look like they have a pooch!

    • lele says...

      that’s the first thing i noticed too!

    • JessicaD says...

      Totally agree with you. The high waisted styles look ridiculous even on the models pictured here! Can’t wait for this fad to go away!

  31. I CAN NOT even comprehend how anyone can buy jeans on-line. I mean it’s great if you can, but I really need to try them on and look at the different washes etc. For in-Store shopping, forever and always

    • Liz says...

      Rural life demands it. Sigh.

    • Cait says...

      Unfortunately those of us with super long inseams (or sometimes petites, though some stores like Loft and Macy’s have petite sections) don’t get the choice to shop in-store, which I would LOVE to do. Even JCrew’s tall line, which I live by, isn’t available in the physical stores (which is especially infuriating when they have an in-store only sale promotion.) I suppose the only bonus is I get to try them on at home and skip the soul-crushing fluorescent lighting ;)

  32. M says...

    Got really excited about the two lengths then realized they meant Regular and Ankle. Why is it so hard to find a 34″ inseam? *sigh* (also giving the side eye to every company whose “Tall” sizes are barely over 30″).

    • Sarah says...

      agree!!

    • Kate says...

      Also side-eye to every company who thinks “tall” just means a longer inseam (ahem, Madewell) and not longer rise/pockets/everything else!!

    • mallory says...

      Haha at 5’3″ I have the opposite problem and was so psyched to see ankle length.

    • Meg says...

      Agreed! I am tall AND I look ridiculous in cropped jeans! I would love for the cropped jean trend to die!

    • Meredith says...

      100% this!

    • Bee Hogan says...

      Uniqlo does a 33 inch inseam on their ultra stretch jeans. Though I would size down at least one, maybe two sizes on that style.
      That said, they are THE most comfortable jeans I have tried, and I now own about 4 pairs.

    • Lisa says...

      Ugh. Yes! Levi’s is doing a good job with tall jeans but they stop at a 34″ inseam — I could probably use a 35″ but I’ll take what I can get.

    • Alexandra says...

      6-footer here: prana has some of their pants in tall (I think Jada jean); I usually buy my jeans at GAP, they have most of their jeans in tall, and those are really tall! Good luck.

  33. I love Everlane! I have a few blouses of theirs which are wonderful, and a swing trench with ended up doubling as the best part-time maternity jacket through 2 pregnancies (and now I’m ready to use it for my third!). I was just eying some inexpensive Zara denim, but I will try these instead!

    Xoxo

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      congratulations on your baby news, colleen! :)

  34. Just went to the pop up in soho and got a pair of the skinny high waisted in black. I usually where a size 6-8 and the 29 fit perfectly. I didn’t even try on another pair! So excited to wear these!

    • Kate says...

      Thank you for the details on sizing!

    • Julie says...

      Ditto to Kate! I ordered some offline and was hoping they were pretty true to size. Woot.

  35. Hannah says...

    I got the modern boyfriend in mid blue this morning too, Joanna! But mine are unfortunately back ordered to the end of this month – aug! I guess I will patiently await their arrival…

  36. Elizabeth says...

    Wow, that new feature to view the jeans on models of different sizes is LIFE-CHANGING! Of course I always think my jeans will look the same on me as on the online model, but since I’m not a size 0, they never do. What a great idea to be able to visualize how they will look on a wider range of body types and sizes! Everlane just gets better and better.

  37. Elisha Ferguson says...

    I’ve been struggling to find a good pair of jeans. I just can’t justify paying $150!! Thanks so much for sharing.

    Also – is anyone SO happy we are finally moving away from the skinny jean trend?!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes, i LOVE the more relaxed boyfriend styles. so comfortable!

    • Alice says...

      Nooooo! I LOVE skinny jeans. I find them the comfiest thing ever, and although I’m slim (US 4) I have a confidence thing about my stomach- so for me, skinny jeans, loose top makes me feel so MYSELF. The idea of loose-fit boyfriend jeans brings me out in a cold sweat. And also- what shoes do you wear in winter/ rain with boyfriend jeans?!

  38. Kristen says...

    My favorite jeans are from Madewell, but they have gotten so much pricier! I’ve been looking for new black jeans. Are they pretty true to size?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes, definitely true to size.

    • Julie says...

      If it helps, Kristen, I emailed Everlane a few weeks back to ask about their sizing vs Madewell, and they said it should be pretty similar. I don’t know how much that counts for, but I’m hoping to switch over from Madewell to these. Fingers crossed.

  39. Logan G says...

    SUPER excited about these jeans! Just placed my order for the Mid-Rise Skinny ankle length. Love how the website shows you models of different heights and sizes wearing the jeans- super helpful!

    PS- Anybody else already imagining all the fall fun you will have in your new jeans? I see sweaters and Converse and lattes (not pumpkin) and leaves in my future :)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      hahaha for sure!

    • Laura C. says...

      Oh what a wonderful picture Logan! Can’t wait for fall!
      Still we are having here- let me do the conversion to Fahrenheit.. – 89,6 F°.
      Wearing jeans right now is improbable.

  40. Elizabeth says...

    Everlane’s stuff is so good. I really wish they made them in bigger sizes! I know it’s hard to do when you’re a relatively new company, but I have been wanting their sweaters and silk shirts (and now high waisted jeans) for ages, basically just because of your posts, Joanna. There are plenty of consumers above size 14, and we want to shop somewhere besides Lane Bryant!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      agreed! hopefully they will soon!

    • Jill says...

      Seconded. All I want is to wear all Everlane, all the time. But I am a size 16 so I can’t.

      Have you checked out Universal Standard? Their jeans are AWESOME.

    • Lauren says...

      Same here – checking out Universal Standard now, but maybe we can get a “full figure correspondent” to weigh in on Cup of Jo sometime?!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      great ideas, ladies! thank you!! we’d love to do a post on brands that carry sizes larger than 14.

      fyi i actually first discovered universal standard during our interview with ashley ford, she is wonderful, if you haven’t seen this:
      https://cupofjo.com/2017/05/ashley-ford-writer-outfits/

    • CJ says...

      Just checked out Universal Standard jeans. Cute but they are all *but one pair* cropped. It’s gonna get cold soon and we gotta cover our legs and ankles people! I feel like I’m in jean purgatory until we get some new styles again. The mom jeans and the cropped just ain’t my bag.

  41. Erin says...

    i was wearing express jeans – but they kept changing their styles and it was so unpredictable as to what size would fit me. but they almost always had the perfect length jeans for me. then i was a fan of limited jeans – soft and stretchy – and they went out of business. Now i’m obsessed with articles of society – super soft, i buy their cropped which is perfect for a 5’2″ shorty like me! but i’ll keep this brand in mind for future needs!

  42. Lauren Wessler says...

    The price of basic jeans today is so offensive. I am excited about these!

  43. Tami says...

    Madewell’s Cali Demi Boot is HANDS DOWN THE BEST jean out there.
    I’ve tried them all people and I am here to tell you that there is no better jean if you are a little curvy and like the crop kick vibe.
    A little stretch, classic washes and frayed (or not) if you’re into that, which I am.
    I spent years looking for a comfortable/flattering jean because all I ever wear is jeans, a t-shirt, maybe a JCrew cardigan and loafers (which drives my husband bats but it’s my go to) and these jeans are SO fabulous.
    Also, Madewell has a recycle thing that they do….if you bring in a pair of jeans that you no longer wear, they will give you $20 towards your new denim purchase.

    • Lauren O says...

      Love Madewell’s recycled denim program! I just bought my first pair there on the recommendation of another Cup of Jo reader who I know in real life :) I didn’t have an old pair of jeans with me when I bought them, but they will honor it for a week post-purchase, so got my $20 rebate today. Love the jeans and the company,

  44. Oh my goodness, yes! This is making my day.

  45. Angela says...

    Ive never paid much attention before, but I appreciate how thorough their size guide is for jeans. Including things like thigh size and calf size makes it much easier to get the best fit possible. Wish they went a little higher in size than 32’s, but I still appreciate the comprehensive sizing guide.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i also like how you can view the jeans on models of different sizes (size 6, 10, etc.) — you can do it with a pull-down at the top of the jeans photos.

  46. Maiz Connolly says...

    I just can’t get myself to like the high rise jeans. Does that mean I’m old?!

    • Louisa says...

      Agreed! I think if you’re young the jeans just make you look quirky and hip. If you’re old they just look like mom jeans. Not in a hipster way. Just mom jeans. I can’t.

    • Liza says...

      I like high rise jeans because they hold in all of my fat! I don’t tuck shirts into them.

    • I also agree! I just can’t help but have flash backs to the 80s!

    • t says...

      Yes @liza that’s why i like them. I don’t tuck stuff in and the high rise keeps me from having a muffin top under a fitted, untucked top. So flattering.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i agree @t and @liza, i feel all “tucked in” when i wear them, if that makes sense! :)

    • Lisa says...

      I’m in my late 30s and I freaking love high-waisted jeans. They hold everything in and no love handles. Even though I’m small, my stomach just looks wrong in the low cut jeans of my youth.

  47. Catie says...

    I’m really excited about this! I’m a huge devotee of Madewell for the fact that their jeans hold their shape, accommodate my athletic thighs, AND don’t sag around my forever-flat butt. I’d love to hear what you think of these new Everlane offerings relative to your own experience with Madwell, which I think you’re also a fan of?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes, i love madewell jeans! so far the everlane jeans are great and fit really really nicely. not sure about how well they will hold up because i just got them BUT i would imagine that the japanese denim will hold up well; it feels sturdy and slightly stiff, in a good way (versus that really stretchy feel that other jeans can have).

  48. Andrea says...

    I would love it if you started including alternative options for larger people on clothing posts – Everlane only goes up to size 14. Or even better, how about a post highlighting a brand that only offers “extended” sizes? Larger people have to buy clothes too!

    • Morgan says...

      Preach! I’d die for a post featuring a real life curvy girl test fitting all of the curvy denim on the market. I’m waiting for my Silver Avery high rise jeans to arrive in the mail (holding my breath, fingers crossed!). I made the mistake of trying on h&m jeans last weekend and was like “nooooo!” before reading their sizes run the smallest. After a singleton and twins, this mama needs style, flattering fit for my curves, and a high waist so I’m not hiking my jeans up all day.

    • Back says...

      Another vote for this kind of post!

  49. Jules says...

    I was so excited to see these on the Everlane site this morning…but all the inseams are 26 or 28″ which makes them a no go for my 5’10” self. I noticed they used a 5’8″ model for all the denim (their models are usually taller). I usually wear a cropped jean anyway but 26.5″ would just be silly. I also saw whiskering which is a big turn-off. Also wanted 100% cotton. So close Everlane! I still placed an order, ha, just not for the denim.

    • Sara says...

      I could have written this myself. My thoughts exactly and I noticed the same thing about the model heights!

      Pretty bummed, too, because I was super excited to order a few pairs.

      Back to the drawing board, I guess.

    • Claire says...

      Whiskering?

  50. Heather says...

    Find me some affordable, quality plus size jeans that don’t make me look like my mom in the 90’s! Pleeease! =D

  51. Claire says...

    Terrific price, and I love Everlane’s mission and business ethics, and the customer service is pretty ok. But I’m passing on these because I don’t care for skinny jeans or spandex, and prefer denim that is 100% cotton. Also, I personally have not had good luck with the fit of Everlane products- my experience has been the cut of their clothing runs super straight and skinny. I think I need stuff that accommodate some curves and with more shape and tailoring.

    • I agree, sadly. Love their mission, and I keep ordering pieces, hoping that one will work out, but they’ve all had to go back. I’m always left feeling baffled at the cut of their clothes.

    • I actually had an AMAZING customer service experience with them. I found out I was in a groom’s party for my best friend’s wedding three weeks before the wedding (I ended up best “man”….whole other story!), and had ordered a silk shirt from Everlane. It got to me with a few days to spare (it was a second try, first was too big!), but the cardboard envelope had a corner missing, was taped back together, and had BURN MARKS all over it (who knew that was a thing that could happen to mail!?!?) Sure enough, the shirt was also burned. I messaged them with photos, they responded immediately and while I tried on the shirt to see if I did want it, they credited my account with the price of the shirt and expedited 2 day shipping, and suggested they send it to my hotel rather than risk it just missing me in NYC. It was waiting for me in Tennessee when I got there! The whole interaction took under ten minutes. A+ in my book!

  52. katherine says...

    They look great! The other affordable denim I love are Levi’s–their wedgie-fit jean is B.A.N.A.N.A.S., and cheaper and longer laster than Madewell or Frame or similar.

  53. Natalie S says...

    As always Caroline looks great! I really enjoyed the hair tutorials she did on your site way back when! :) Has she done a beauty uniform on your site? Would be interesting!

    • Jorden says...

      I agree!

  54. Lily says...

    Yes I was waiting for these! Thanks for sharing your review. The boyfriend are the ones that I had my eye one.

  55. Sandra says...

    I really wish Everlane would allow buyer reviews on their site. I haven’t been too excited with the t-shirts I have gotten from them, and I probably won’t buy from them again until they allow reviews. The jeans do look cute, though.

    • Lara says...

      Sandra, they do allow reviews now. I’m not sure when that started and it surprised me too, but there are even reviews up for these jeans!

      I’m glad to see it started because I had a mixed experience with their silk quality.

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Hi Sandra! I totally agree — reviews are everything to me. They actually just started showing reviews on some of their older pieces like this cotton t-shirt (you can view the reviews and ratings by clicking on the stars above the colors) which I found super helpful. Somehow the Modern Boyfriend jean has reviews, too! I think they asked select customers prior to launch. Hope this helps! xoxox

    • Sandra says...

      So glad to see! Thanks for letting me know! :-)

    • Kate says...

      They do have reviews, but I think they’re edited–you submit them directly to the company, not on the site, and rarely do you see anything critical unless it’s about sizing.

    • Ashley says...

      Gretchen’s Closet has been reviewing Everlane for years, I’d check out her site! She doesn’t rave about everything and seems to give her honest opinion about what’s worth it and what’s not.

  56. Kate says...

    Which style and color did you choose?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i got the modern boyfriend in mid blue, and i just ordered the high-rise ankle jean in black (figured it would be great for work!)

  57. Leigh says...

    I love American eagle jeans. Under $50 and fit great. I use to buy Hudson, but stopped once I found AE jeans.

    • I’m always surprised by how well AE jeans fit! For tall people with no hips they’re a god-send~

      They definitely wear out faster than high quality denim but it’s worth it to have something that doesn’t assume a 5’11’ woman is as wide as she is tall.

    • Elise Richardson says...

      Me too! I always laugh because I am clearly not their target demographic but their jeans are comfy, fit and wear well and are priced right! Check out the 1822 Denim at Nordstroms too.

  58. Sarah says...

    everlane does it again! i have been a fan of almost eveything they do, excited to try these! are the jeans comfy?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes! very comfy. they fit true to size and have a bit of stretch — no pinching around the waist or stiff denim. they’re very easy to move around and lounge around in. i’ve worn them 4 out of 5 days this week, if you must know ;)