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    29 Of The Best Places To Buy Jeans Online

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    1. ASOS won't disappoint when it comes to a lil' denim experimentation. So if you need some basics AND something adventurous, this is your one-stop shop.


    Why it's great: ASOS has it all, including petite, tall, plus, and maternity. The customer-friendly return policy makes it super easy to order a few sizes to try on at home without running the risk of footing the bill for pairs you can't wear. (I do it all the time.)

    Styles we dig: high-waist polka dot skinny jeans for $48, Only lace-up boyfriend jeans for $64, tall Ridley skinny jeans with busted knees for $48, and maternity petite Ridley skinny jeans with over-the-bump waistband for $40

    Price: $24+

    Get these Noisy May tall mom jeans for $37 or Bershka cigarette jeans for $35.

    2. Amazon will have your faves (and a few holy grails) at steeper discounts than most other places.,

    Why it's great: The convenience of buying jeans in the same online shopping session as toilet paper and shampoo cannot be overstated. Thanks to everyone else having that brilliant idea, lots of name brands have ~official~ listings on the site and there are plenty of customer reviews to find someone whose sizing issues match yours. That large inventory means there are lots of options for petite, plus, maternity, short, and long, to name a few sizing varieties.

    Highly rated styles: Lee plus-size boyfriend jeans for $36.90+, WallFlower high-rise jegging for $19.99+, KUT from the Kloth boyfriend jeans for $44.50+, and 7 For All Mankind flared jeans for $173.24+

    Price: $15.80+

    Get these Levi's mid-rise skinny jeans for $39.98+ or Eddie Bauer flannel-lined boyfriend jeans for $59.99+.

    3. American Eagle Outfitters has soooooo many styles to fall for or slip into for all kinds of occasions.,

    Why it's great: Its denim collection is easy to navigate with lots of deets on washes and the fits, including jeggings, super high-waisted, skinny, mom jeans, tomgirl, vintage high-waisted, high-waisted slim, high-waisted straight, boot, flare, favorite boyfriend, and crop.

    Styles we dig: mom jeans for $39.95, high-rise slim jean for $59.95, kick boot jeans for $49.95, and super high-rise jeggings for $59.95

    Price: $19.99+

    Get these vintage high-rise jeans for $49.95 or highest-rise jeggings for $59.95.

    4. Anthropologie can quench your thirst for denim with a little somethin-somethin, whether that's floral embroidery or 3D bows.,

    Why it's great: Your fave place to score crowd-pleasing gifts in the sale section has lots of gorgeous denim with Anthro-typical quirks. Yes, it's a little pricier than other places, but sometimes you need rose-embroidered jeans that look like they were blessed by 1987 Axl Rose. Also you can often easily find petite/short or tall/long sizing!

    Highly rated styles: AG The Abbey mid-rise skinny jeans for $178, Pilcro mid-rise slim boyfriend jeans for $158, Levi's 501 high-rise straight jeans with embroidered roses for $128, and Citizens of Humanity crop high-rise skinny jeans for $238

    Prices: $49.95+

    Get these McGuire Newton mid-rise skinny cropped jeans for $272 or M.i.h. Marrakesh mid-rise flares for $225.

    5. Old Navy for inclusive sizing and on-trend styles on the cheap.,

    Why it's great: It's no secret that Old Navy has a greater range of sizes than your typical mall store. It's *very* affordable, so if you get fatigued by those metallic skinnies by next season, it's not as big of a loss to your budget. Sign up for their newsletter so you can get clued in on $19 jeans when that's a thing. (That's when I buy mine.)

    Styles we dig: plus boyfriend skinny raw-edge jeans for $34, high-rise rockstar skinny jeans for $33, original boot-cut jeans for $28, and curvy bootcut jeans for $28

    Price: $14.97+

    Get these high-rise smooth and slim plus metallic rockstar jeans for $40.97 or original boot-cut jeans for $29.99.

    6. Express will cover your hot denim silhouette needs with a little bit of give in all the right places.,

    Why it's great: Your fave place to grab a cute, short dress for that birthday thing you have to go to Saturday night is also a stellar place to buy stretch denim and jeggings. Pairs have cool little accents that'll set you apart from the pack and my friend who has thick thighs and a small waist swears it's the bees knees for jeans.

    Styles we dig: high-waisted frayed hem stretch bell flares for $79.90, mid-rise pearl stretch+ performance ankle jean leggings for $98, mid-rise stretch barely boot jeans for $79.90, and high-waisted floral embroidered stretch ankle jean leggings for $98

    Price: $34.95+

    Get these mid-rise distressed stretch cropped denim leggings for $79.90 or high-waisted metal grommet stretch ankle jeans for $88.

    7. Macy's might just be your new denim BFF because of its range of styles, brands, sizes, and price points!,

    Why it's great: You can easily search by inseam, waist, wash, trends, and other denim specifics, which makes its staggering selection way more approachable. ALSO, they have a great selection of plus, petite, and juniors!

    Styles we dig: 7 for All Mankind Roxanne ankle skinny jeans for $199, Lauren Ralph Lauren super stretch premier straight jeans for $89.50, Style & Co curvy-fit bootcut jeans for $23.99, and Free People velvet cropped jean for $69.99

    Price: $12.96+

    Get these Melissa McCarthy Seven7 plus floral-print skinny jeans for $92.99 or Kut from the Kloth Natalie bootcut jeans for $64.99.

    8. Revolve lets you peruse some of the best in designer denim picked to make you look hot everything else on the site.,

    Why it's great: Revolve curates a ton of great brands and designers in a way paints a definite cool-girl style for the customer. They're trendy, prefer things fitted and short a lot of the time, and they're always super put together — all good things! The denim selection goes in line with that, plus some petite and maternity options in line with that aesthetic.

    Best-selling styles: BLANKNYC lace-up skinny in dead end friend jeans for $98, Citizens of Humanity Chrissy uber high-rise skinny jeans for $218, AG Adriano Goldschmied ankle jeggings for $215, and AGOLDE '90s fit for $188

    Price: $46+

    Get these Mother inside crop step fray jeans for $209 or Paige Verdugo maternity ankle jeans for $219.

    9. Nordstrom can offer up tons of looks for basically any occasion or point in your glamorous life.,

    Why it's great: This retailer is a fan fave because of its legendary return policy. But its stuff is also great. It has an expansive selection of plus jeans, not just a dozen or so like other retailers that have a special plus-size section.

    Highly rated styles: Hudson Jeans signature bootcut jeans for $189, AG prima skinny jeans for $215, NYDJ plus Marilyn straight leg jeans for $109, and J Brand Natasha sky high-waist skinny jeans for $278

    Price: $26.98+

    Get these Joe's Jeans ankle skinny jeans for $119.93 or Eileen Fisher stretch organic crop jeans for $198.

    10. Urban Outfitters will keep you clothed in the latest and greatest styles that you can totally rework for seasons to come.,

    Why it's great: Love mom jeans and other throwback silhouettes? Well, you're in luck! UO specializes in vintage-leaning looks with modern touches, so you can get your mom jeans with all kids of bells and whistles, like pintucks, embroidery, and more!

    Styles we dig: The Ragged Priest exposure high-rise kick flare jeans for $105, BDG Cropped denim culottes for $69, AGOLDE Sophie high-rise distressed cropped skinny jeans for $148, and BDG twig high-rise embroidered skinny jeans for $79

    Price: $29+

    Get these BDG pintuck mom jeans for $69 or BDG high + wide tie belt jeans for $69.

    11. Good American may help get you one step closer to a Kardashian booty with the help of one (Khloe) and inclusive sizing!,

    Why it's great: Yes, the Kardashians have glam squads that make sure they look impeccable for the paparazzi, TV, appearances, and basically, just existing. It's their job to look amazing, but you can take a cue from Khloe if you're willing to shell out some more for a pair of jeans. The sizing ranges from 00–24 and you can change between three fit models for each pair to find which one most closely matches your body type! (That is rare.) Fits are mostly skinny and straight, with a few boot cuts thrown into the mix. P.S. Some BuzzFeeders tried them on and LOVED them.

    Styles we dig: good waist pintuck jeans for $169, good legs glam for $189, good straight fray jeans for $112.90, and good boot crop shadow for $100.90

    Price: $88.90+

    Get these good legs shadow tunnel hem jeans for $169 or good legs lace-up jeans for $199.

    12. DSTLD for premium denim that cuts out the middle mam.

    Why it's great: This direct-to-consumer brand has designer-quality denim for a lower price because it's sold online, rather than in department stores or boutiques. The edited-down washes and fits give you less of a choice, but all those choices are solid ones, which is why many fits have waitlists. Read our full review of a pair here.

    Styles we dig: high-waisted skinny jeans In black coated powerstretch for $125, high-waisted mom jeans for $95, mid-rise skinny jeans for $95, and high-waisted skinny jeans for $95

    Price: $85+

    Get these ripped high-waisted skinny jeans for $95.

    13. ModCloth if you wish you had the time to dig through thrift-store bins in pursuit of the perfect vintage blues.,

    Why it's great: ModCloth's own label and other curated labels definitely have a vintage sense to them and are downright quirky. If you're into super classic, low-key looks, this ain't the store for you. Here's where you'll find a modern dupe for those bell bottoms your mom wore in the '70s you wish she still had. Oh, and the sizing goes up to 4X!

    Styles we dig: rainbow with me jeans for $69, set sailorette jeans for $49, present and posh cropped flare jeans for $29.99, and Wrangler wide-leg whim jeans for $89

    Price: $17.97+

    Get these flares with floral embroidery for $39.99 and Driftwood off-the-cuff skinny jeans for $104.99.

    14. Lord & Taylor always has your designer faves — and some budget-friendly options — that you'll probably snag at a discount through a sale or friends and family event. (They're always having a sale.),

    Why it's great: This department store, (or "the mothership" as some of my friends call it), always has some kind of discount available so you'll walk away paying less than you'd expect. It has a little bit of everything, including premium and under $100 already sorted out for you. How thoughtful!

    Styles we dig: Quiz ripped skinny jeans for $59, Cece polka dot–mid rise jeans for $139, William Rast skinny ankle jeans for $89.50, and Democracy premium authentic jeans for $88

    Price: $19.99+

    Get these Joe's Jeans embroidered floral ankle jeans for $99.99 and Jag Carter classic girlfriend jeans for $84.

    15. Everlane as an environmentally friendlier option cheaper than designer brands. (It takes a lot of water to make a pair of jeans! Normally.)

    Why it's great: Everlane has become a bit of a household name when it comes to elevated basics that won't rob you of all your pennies. In that vein, its denim offering thus far is only a few fits, but they're GOOD. Its jeans are made of premium Japanese denim in a factory that uses 98% recycled water and a more efficient wash process than traditional jean manufacturers. Read more about the denim factory here.

    Fits: high-rise skinny jeans (regular) for $68, high-rise skinny jeans (ankle) for $68, mid-rise skinny jeans (regular) for $68, and mid-rise skinny jeans (ankle) for $68

    Price: $68+

    Get these modern boyfriend jeans for $68.

    16. Nordstrom Rack for when you know you want designer jeans in a particular style (like high-rise skinny) but aren't tied down to a specific designer.,

    Why it's great: Check often for new styles by designer brands — which, like IRL — go fast if you don't time it right. This discount retailer's site lets you search by brand (some don't!), so it makes finding that Joe's Jeans or HUDSON fit you swear by that much easier.

    Styles we dig: Joe's Jeans The Debbie high-rise straight crop jeans for $54.25, True Religion curvy skinny flap pocket jeans for $89.97, Rag & Bone Marilyn crop jeans for $139.97, and Paige maternity Verdugo ultra skinny Jeans for $89.97

    Price: $16.10+

    Get these True Religion super skinny solid jeans for $79.97 and NANETTE Nanette Lepore embroidered floral jeans for $29.97.

    17. Torrid can be a solid bet for plus-size jeans in lots of cute washes and fits, along with some cool AF collabs.,

    Why it's great: This plus-only retailer sells lots of cute shit and you won't have to worry about having only five plus-size fits to choose from like at other retailers. It's constantly releasing new pop culture fashions in styles that are thoughtful and not just Mickey Mouse's face screen printed on a T-shirt. (That's cool sometimes, but not all the time.)

    Styles we dig: Nightmare Before Christmas print skinny jeans for $19.59, premium stretch multi-zip jeggings for $59.17, girlfriend jeans with painted details for $59.17, and ultimate stretch skinny jeans for $37.79

    Price: $16.97+

    Get these Star Wars skinny jeans for $74.17 or premium stretch jeggings with repaired destruction for $78.90.

    18. Madewell will satisfy babes who could use tall or taller(!) fits instead of ankle breezes.,

    Why it's great: Yes, there are short inseams and tall inseams, but Madewell has tallER inseams! Also the IRL stores will take any used jeans (even your dad's!) and give you a $20 coupon to use toward a new pair of their denim. They turn the discards into housing insulation for communities in need, which you can read more about here.

    Styles we dig: roadtripper jeans for $75, 9" high-rise skinny jeans for $128, slim straight jeans for $128, and cali demi-cut boot jeans with asymmetrical hem for $135

    Price: $49.99+

    Get these 10" high-rise skinny jeans for $135 or 9" high-rise skinny jeans with buttons for $135.

    19. H&M to keep your legs clothed through a few seasons when you can't spend the big bucks.,

    Why it's great: The fast-fashion behemoth has a deep and wide offering of denim for straight sizes, but a handful for plus sizes. There are also a handful of conscious jeans, which is just fancy talk for clothes made with some recycled materials.

    Styles we dig: skinny high ankle jeans for $9.99, conscious girlfriend regular jeans for $29.99, conscious vintage high ankle jeans for $29.99, and jeans with rhinestones for $29.99

    Price: $9.99+

    Get these conscious shaping skinny regular jeans for $49.99 or denim pants for $59.99.

    20. Addition Elle helps level the playing field with fits in sizes 12-26 worthy of your signature style.,

    Why it's great: This plus-only retailer has denim designs with on-point fits and stretchy fabric that'll bounce back. (Buh-bye, sag.) It has several options for plus petite, which is a severely underserved market!

    Styles we dig: petite skinny jeans for $85, curvy super soft jeggings for $75, skinny patchwork jeans for $110, and barely boot cut jeans for $110

    Price: $8.99+

    Get these Nola x Jordyn Woods denim joggers for $95 or slim relaxed-fit jeans for $90.

    21. Bloomingdale's for lots of standout styles that'll make you say "oh, these old things?" knowing full well that they're new, look like the bomb dot com.,

    Why it's great: Bloomie's is chock-full of great finds if you're willing to pay a little more for your denim. It has tons of designer brands and some extremely helpful reviews!

    Highly rated styles: Paige transcend verdugo crop jeans for $169, NYDJ Alina cuffed jeans for $50.25, J Brand Maria high-rise skinny jeans for $198, and DL1961 Emma power-legging jeans for $99

    Price: $88+

    Get these AG prima mid-rise jeans for $188 or 7 For All Mankind Edie stripe straight leg jeans for $99.

    22. J.Crew offers classic silhouettes with stylish details strangers will fawn over.,

    Why it's great: If you buy a pair of J.Crew jeans this season, you won't have to worry about them falling out of style (or apart) a few seasons from now because they're devoid of super kitschy, gimmicky accents. And they're available in petite and tall sizes!

    Styles we dig: vintage straight jeans for $125, pull-on toothpick jeans for $89.50, slim boyfriend jean for $125, and demi-boot crop jeans with frayed hem for $125

    Price: $49.99+

    Get these 9" high-rise toothpick jeans for $125 or Point Sur Stevie X-rocker jeans for $248.

    23. Uniqlo has solid basics to give you plenty of movement without compelling to cut your credit card. (Squats, anyone?!),

    Why it's great: The retailer is known for its heat-tech technology (including jeans) and cool pop culture collabs, but lots of people I know go here when they need decent jeans but can't shell out the big bucks. They have a variety of fits and washes that you'll dig if you're not a total denim snob.

    Styles we dig: high-rise cigarette jeans for $39.90, high-rise slim-fit jeans for $39.90, EZY jeans for $39.90, and maternity ultra-stretch jeans for $39.90

    Price: $19.90+

    Get these high-rise boyfriend-fit jeans for $29.90 or high-rise cigarette jeans for $39.90.

    24. Warp + Weft offers timeless fits in premium denim for less cheddar than you'd expect.,

    Why it's great: This still-new company started out with inclusive sizing (00–24) and makes their own fabric to cut costs. The denim bounces back, even if you've worn the pair a few times (I'd know). Plus, all the fits are named after airports, which just feels cool. Read my review of a pair here.

    Styles we dig: MXP high-rise jeggings for $98, PSP crop bootcut jeans for $98, plus JFK skinny jeans for $89, and petite JFK coated black jeans for $98

    Price: $49+

    Get these plus CDG high-rise straight jeans for $98 or PSP crop bootcut jeans for $98.

    25. T.J.Maxx may take a little digging, but it'll be worth it once your stems slide into some discount designer gems.,

    Why it's great: You can search by brand name, but if it's designer you're digging for, you'll have to go to a general category, then refine your search by type, size, etc. Then once you click through to a single product, you can eye the designer name (think Joe's Jeans, 7 For All Mankind, True Religion, and Levi's). The best things in life are worth a little work, after all.

    Styles we dig: Joe's Jeans posh skinny ankle jeans for $69.99, Seven7 skinny jeans with slant frayed hem for $24.99, Helmut Lang flares for $79.99, and Levi's plus plus Luck Out West bootcut jeans for $24.99

    Price: $14.99+

    Get these Blue Spice destructed denim jeans for $19.99 or True Religion Halle super skinny patched jeans for $79.99.

    26. Gap as an old standby for good reason.,

    Why it's great: The OG denim retailer delivers when it comes to petite and tall sizes. If you're always on the go, they even have a few pairs of roll and go jeans!

    Styles we dig: high-rise slim straight jeans for $79.95, washwell mid-rise destructed true skinny jeans for $99, mid-rise best girlfriend jeans in destructed repair for $79.95, and mid-rise curvy perfect boot jeans for $69.95

    Price: $23.97+

    Get these distressed mid-rise favorite jeggings for $69.95 or mid-rise best girlfriend jeans for $69.95.

    27. Abercrombie & Fitch may become your mall go-to once again with their fresh takes on classic denim styles.,

    Why it's great: This LFO-famous brand (yep, I went there) has had a facelift in recent years. While you can still find plenty of distressed jeans and screen-printed tops there, its new bread and butter is well-cut classics worthy of your closet. As far as denim goes, there are short, regular, and long fits in low-rise (five styles) and high-rise (six styles) with lots of wash and style varieties.

    Styles we dig: coated denim high-rise ankle jeans for $39, high-rise ankle straight jeans for $44, low-rise super skinny jeans for $35.20, and low-rise ankle jeans for $88

    Price: $29+

    Get these low-rise super skinny jeans for $35.20 or high-rise embroidered girlfriend jeans for $88.

    28. Levi's for some classics with modern edge you can depend on for years and years and years like a gold miner in the 1870s.,

    Why it's great: Go straight to the source for your blue jeans — Levi Strauss first manufactured these "waist overalls" in 1873. And Levi's are still super reliable more than a century later. You can sometimes luck out with vintage ones in thrift stores, but if you wanna wear in your own, there are sooooo many fits and washes to choose from on the brand's website, including lots of plus options.

    Styles we dig: 314 shaping straight jeans for $64.50, plus boyfriend jeans for $39.98, wedgie fit jeans for $98, and 715 vintage bootcut jeans for $59.50

    Price: $39.98+

    Get these 721 high-rise skinny jeans for $59.50 or plus 310 shaping leggings for $29.98.

    29. White House Black Market will woo you with short, long, and petite fits and fanciful details like zippers and embellishments.,

    Why it's great: Like most things at this store, its denim offerings are trendy takes on staples, so while you may grow tired of that rose-embroidered pair next season you can definitely pull it out a few seasons from now and it'll feel fresh, on-point once again.

    Styles we dig: rose crop slim-fit jeans for $99, black denim jeggings for $70, curvy slim jeans for $80, and bootcut jeans for $80

    Price: $59.99+

    Get these skinny ankle-zip jeans for $89 or mid-rise skinny ankle utility jeans for $89.

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