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YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO
THE BEST WOMEN’S JEANS

From classic skinny jeans to on-trend wide-leg styles, discover how update your most celebrated and loved wardrobe item this spring

Bigger, bolder, better

When it comes to denim, it’s all about volume this season. These wide-leg jeans have a roomy, relaxed fit with a mid-rise waist – ideal for everyday wear. Give your go-to leggings and joggers a break and team these with an oversized shirt and a baseball cap.

Want to up the ante? Add a pair of balloon-leg jeans to your casual wardrobe. High waisted and ankle grazing, they’re flattering and incredibly comfy. Pair with a bright-coloured slogan sweatshirt to ease into spring.

All our denim is made from 100% sustainably sourced cotton and – according to Jeanologia – is now made with 86% less water compared to the industry average for garment finishing, so you can feel good about your sustainability credentials, too.

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Comfort is still key

Let looser leg styles, such as mom and boyfriend jeans, become your Saturday port of call. Ideal for casual outfits, they skim your figure to help elongate legs while creating an insouciant look.

Still attached to your favourite skinny jeans? Look for washed- or acid-effect finishes for a lived-in effect that feels right for now. Wear with a tucked-in tee and a shacket for dressed-down cool, or with a shirt and a pair of loafers to add a touch of polish to weekend wear.

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Dress refresh

Denim is about more than just jeans. A denim jacket adds a pared-back touch to any outfit. Throw on over a floral midi dress for a transitional spring look you’ll reach for on warmer days.

Bolster your spring capsule with a standout denim dress. A fresh take on smart-casual, this denim midi features a collarless neckline and flattering tie-waist detail. Wear with your trusty Chelsea boots until sandal weather arrives.

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Words: Michelle Chai

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