The Best Jeans Under $100
Moto-inspired detailing takes this dark jean to the next level. Pair it with ankle-grazing booties and a crisp top for a polished yet cool look.
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A black and white tie-dye wash adds a subtle, yet unexpected edge to this pair while also throwing a nod to mid-60s fashion.
A classic straight-leg jean is a year-round wardrobe essential. Look for a dark blue wash as the tone works for both day and night.
Add a pair of high-waisted flares to your denim repertoire. The style stands out from the rest, and when paired with a pointy-toe pump, is perfect for evenings.
A black jean with slight distressing can be styled in more than one way: Wear it to toughen up a feminine ensemble, or pair it with an over-size flannel and a simple tank for an off-duty model look.
Wax-coated jeans are the perfect way to achieve a leather look. To take the style one step further, opt for a moody color, like burgundy.
Nail the colored jean look with berry-hued skinny jeans. The key to pulling off colored jeans is to opt for a skinny silhouette-too much fabric in a bold color can be jarring.
A zippered pair of jeans gives off a punk-rock vibe-the asymmetrical zipper placement also adds interest to the look. To dress this pair up, go for a crisp top in a neutral color and chic, minimalist accessories.
A white jean is a must-have no matter what season! For winter, team these with heavy fabrics for a balanced, thought-out look.
This anything-but-basic pair is an instant outfit-maker-no matter what you pair it with, your look will be eye-catching and on-trend.
Green is one of the hottest hues for fall. Introduce the color to your wardrobe with a subtle tone and classic silhouette with this Uniqlo pair.
A distressed boyfriend jean is the ideal weekend look. The lighter wash makes the pair that much more daytime appropriate, while the rolled-up cuffs call for a statement shoe.