Sustainable jeans used to be something we associated with being expensive. And the first thing that came to our mind was – uncool washes.
Both concepts are so totally a thing of the past. Sustainable denim nowadays comes in all price ranges, just like all other clothing. And in all kinds of washes. Ranging from a raw and untreated dark blue to the most distressed and stonewashed hue, you can find everything out there.
We decided to go on a sustainable hunt (!) and searched for what’s out there in all price ranges, washes and styles. Today we’re about denims for under $100. You will also notice that we have included some lesser known and smaller brands. But that’s what we’re all about generally. Spreading the word, or even better, the denim love!
P.S. if you’re ready to spend more bucks – we got you covered, too. Stay tuned @Denimology for more sustainable denims coming soon.
Warp + Weft Straight Jeans, $72 – mid-rise straight slim jeans with some stretch for comfort in a beautiful washed out black
Frank And Oak The Patti Straight Jeans, $89.50 – a trendy cropped straight leg jean in a light blue wash that looks totally “natural, and for those of you who are allergic, these jeans are rivet- and nickel free
Bella Dahl Fray Hem Flowy Short, $84 – made of sustainable 100% TENCEL™ Lyocell, super lightweight and we love the ruffled hemline
Dr. Denim Plus Lexy mid rise second skin super skinny ripped knee jeans, $72 – black jeans are always a must-have
Everlane Slim Fit Jeans, $41 – a perfectly natural looking worn in wash, available in six more washes
Reformation Charlie High Rise Jean Short, $78 – a summer staple
BONOBOS Stretch Lightweight Jeans, $98 – breathable and lightweight, perfect for summer weather