The Lucky Guide to Denim
Fitted through the hips and relaxed everywhere else, they're nonchantly cool.
“Freddie Mercury really knew how to wear jeans: tight denim with a leather jacket or vest with no shirt underneath. As a child, I thought he was so hot. My aunt used to make fun of me.” - Lissy Trullie, musician
Shirt, $370, Boy by Band of Outsiders, select Barneys New York, 888-8-BARNEYS. Jeans, $98, Denim and Supply Ralph Lauren, Macys.com. Earring, $55, Bing Bang Jewelry, Bingbangnyc.com. Python oxfords, $1,290, Carven, Carven.fr for stores
Ripped up but refined, these have black fabric behind the holes.
"Worn in Brittney skinny," $118, Guess, Guess.com
Sweeten these up:
Beat-up jeans look girly with ballet flats.
"5 pocket sexy boyfriend", $35, Gap, Gap.com
Cue the bongos.
These were made for beach parties.
"Baja Brianna boyfriend," $330, True Religion, Truereligionbrandjeans.com
Still going …
The ombre trend makes its way onto this cropped pair.
Stretch, $210, AG Adriano Goldschmied, Agjeans.com
Soft and paper-thin—you’ll live in these all weekend.
"Legend Sienna cigarette," $149, Lucky Brand, Luckybrand.com
These are so comfy, every Lucky staffer wants a pair.
"The boyjean," $125, Madewell, Madewell.com
Grab your army jacket:
It looks so right with this dirty denim wash.
"Getlegg," $298, Diesel, Diesel.com