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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Six Must Have Spring Jeans

Jeans, jeans—they're magical things...when you find the perfect combination of fit, weave, wash, and rise, they can be as beloved as a best friend. We remember all our favorite pairs of jeans that went from stiff, new denim to ripped, paper-thin shreds, and you know we're always on the lookout for new friends to replace the worn-out pairs. This spring, we're in the market for fantastic jeans that'll last us, and we've rounded up six contenders that we can't wait to call our own. Check out the spring denim that we have to have, pronto!

Levi's Curve ID—Don't be scared of white jeans! A thick pair like these classic Levi's that fit you like a glove are a God-send and endlessly chic.

Best for: The Curve ID technology allows you to choose a cut that complements your body type, so these work for everyone.
Surface to Air—There's nothing comfier or more nostalgic than a worn-in pair of boyfriend jeans. The rise, silhouette, and wash on these are perfect.

Best for: Mid-to-tall women in a range of body-types.

Raven Denim—These cropped jeans come with built-in leather suspenders to give you that so-cool-it's-devestating look. Wear 'em up for a cheeky borrowed-from-the-boys steez.

Best for: Almost all shapes and sizes.

Won Hundred—Been sticking to your New Years' gym resolutions? Reward yourself with this super-sexy pair of high-waisted skinny jeans in a dark, go-with-everything black.

Best for: Toned shapes that run from thin to curvy.

Gap—Everyone needs a pair of high-waisted, wide-legged jeans for once the slush melts away. We love the wash and generous room with this Gap pair for tucking in blouses and slim sweaters.

Best for: Taller women with more of a pear-shaped figure (ie: small waist, wider hips).

 
 
 
 
Current/Elliott—It seems like we've all had red jean fever lately. These pretty skinnies from Current/Elliot are perfectly cut to satisfy our mod, rocker fantasies.

Best for: Petite ladies and those with a slim, athletic shape.

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