Looking for great designer jeans but not sure where to start so here's the 5 best designer jeans for men. You can't go wrong with a pair or several of these quality name-brand jeans. All of the designer jeans listed below are available at most department stores. But, some can also be found at the designer's websites.
7 For All Mankind. Look for straight leg, "Los Angeles wash", with signature squiggle pocket design. These jeans are totally cool and worth the expensive price tag.
- AG (Adriano Goldschmeid). This designer offers great cuts and washes in a selection of straight leg styles. Check these out next time you go jean shopping.
- Joe's Jeans. Up-to-date, fashion forward "rinses" make these jeans a good choice. Very cool looking jeans with great cuts that also offer a little "room" to move in. Comfy, yet very stylish jeans.
- True Religion. Check out the "Ricky" jeans, straight leg, black, 5-pocket styling with the signature embroidered back pockets. Truly a cool "superfly" wash.
- Levi's. Remember when Levi's was just an ordinary, inexpensive alternative? Well, not anymore. The old standby has gone upscale and the prices have gone up with it. A pair of "rigid wash" straight jeans will run you over a hundred dollars. The same goes for slim black jeans. If it's the "shamble wash" you prefer, well that will set you back almost two hundred dollars. But Levi's have been around for all this time for a reason. They are well constructed and you'll get your money's worth out of them.
Of all your new purchases, jeans are where you want to put your money. If you're like most guys, jeans are your "go-to" live-in wardrobe favorites. You'll wear them a lot. They have to be comfortable and hold up to repeated washings. Choose well. Any of the above are a safe bet for quality.
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