The Best Denim For Fall

I am not exaggerating when I say I wear denim every single day. It is my downfall. It’s the one thing I could always buy more of yet also never have enough of. I have never been a skirt or dress girl as much as I try, so since fall is officially upon us, that means less shorts and more denim! Here are some of the best denim picks for the season.

The classic Levi’s Wedgie High Rise Jean. This is the perfect everyday jean, goes with everything, is comfy and flattering on so many shapes, and will last forever!

I love all of Topshop’s denim, like this cool black striped pair or the paper bag pair. Topshop always has trendier styles but you can count on it for classic pairs, too. I love how high quality these jeans are for being decently priced.

I love a darker wash on jeans for fall like this Everlane pair in an Indigo wash.

You can’t ever go wrong with some Madewell jeans! I love the range of styles and washes like these faded black vintage-looking pair.

I’ve been dying to try out some Reformation denim and I LOVE the slits on the bottom of this pair. It adds a modern twist to the classic flare style that’s making a comeback!

Some of the softest and comfiest jeans I have ever worn are from Mother, and you don’t have to compromise on coolness either. So worth it in my opinion!

Target has seriously upped its denim game as of late and this Wild Fable pair look and feel way more expensive than its $24 price tag.

Another go-to store when I’m denim shopping is Zara. The fit and styles have such a wide range like these cute tan culottes or this olive green pair that would be perfect for fall.

Some of my most complimented pairs of jeans have been from H&M. These black skinnies are a classic and will go with anything.

Free people has been another great denim stop. I’m loving this maroon color for fall or these cool high-waisted Wranglers!

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Author: Evalyn Duke