Made in L.A., this sister brand of 7 For All Mankind, offers a more traditional approach to premium jean making – with focus on the fit and tailoring rather than the latest fad. All of their jeans feature one killer feature – a contoured waistband to prevent the dreadful gapping at the waist.
Ok, so these aren’t technically “jeans” but if you are looking for weekend pants made with a thicker fabric that won’t look out of place at a weekend hangout, at the yoga studio and still make it to the office on Monday, look no further. And they are made in the U.S. and sold online with Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) model to save you $$$.
Wearing: The Pant in Super Black
This German brand that is still family-run began in 1978 and 40+ later still caters to”IT” girl with “French imagination. Italian craftsmanship. And German tradition.”
Wearing: Baker High Indigo Denim
Another Direct-to-Consumer brand on the list. In addition to saving you dough online, Everlane style can be described as modern and hip workwear. They just opened an outpost in the heart of Brooklyn where they will cater to their clientele of young professionals, artists and creatives.
Wearing: The High-Rise Skinny Jean
Another cult jeans brand out of L.A. Their soft and stretchy jean fabric will hug you in all the right places. This is what made this brand famous to begin with.