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If you’re in the market for new denim, keep in mind that trends come and go, but classics are forever. If you’re not sure where to start, here’s a handful of foolproof, can’t-go-wrong silhouettes every woman should have in her wardrobe.
For starters, consider a classic stovepipe or boot-cut jeans. Then try a more relaxed fit like a pair of wide-leg or ankle-length jeans for the weekend. If you’re looking for something that’s comfort-first, you’ll find happiness in a baggy or relaxed-leg style.
Of course, the hundreds of options on the market can still be daunting. I considered more than 50 jeans in the writing of this guide but culled only the very best of the best — all of which you can read about below.

Best Ripped

Best Straight Leg

Best High-Waisted

Best Wide-Leg

Best Skinny

Best Distressed

Beat Flare


Are you supposed to wash jeans
Denims can and should be washed when needed in a washing machine. If your jeans are not heavily soiled, they can usually be worn more than once between washings to help maintain their color and reduce normal wear and tear.
But, if you need to clean your jeans more frequently, washing them in cold water, closing the zippers and turning them inside out can help prevent fading and protect the fabric.
How to wash jeans in three basic steps
Step 1. Use a delicate or gentle cycle
Denim may seem like a tough fabric, but that doesn’t mean you should choose a heavy duty wash cycle. Instead, opt for a delicate or gentle cycle, and use cold water to avoid shrinking or fading. Opt for a mild detergent, especially one made specifically for dark clothes if your jeans are blue or black.
Step 2. Wash jeans inside out and by themselves
Turn your jeans inside out when washing them to help protect the fibers on the outside of the jeans from friction and direct exposure from detergent, which helps prevent fading. Before you toss your jeans in the laundry, read the care instructions to see if you should wash them separately at first to avoid bleeding dye.
Step 3. Hang your jeans up to air dry or use a no heat cycle
Exposing your jeans to direct heat in the dryer can shrink, fade or yellow denim, and it can also cause damage to stretch denim fabrics that contain spandex or Lycra. If you need to use a dryer, select a low or no heat cycle and use dryer balls to keep your jeans tumbling. The best way to dry jeans is by hanging them up to air dry.
Cleaning tip: Washing clothes by hand can be a great way to maintain the integrity of material over time, whether you’re washing a baseball hat, delicate laundry, or even your jeans.
How often should you wash jeans?
The frequency in which you wash your jeans depends on their soil level and how often they are worn. If you use your jeans for heavy-duty jobs (like construction or landscaping), or if you frequently wear jeans in warm, humid weather, you’ll probably want to wash your denim more often. If you wear designer jeans for work or casual outings, you can probably wash your jeans less often to help maintain their color and reduce normal wear and tear.
Simply spot treat stains and let your jeans air out for at least 24 hours between wearings. That being said, always refer back to your jean manufacturer’s care instructions before determining how frequently you should wash your jeans.