Paige Laurel Canyon Ultra High-Rise Bootcut Jeans

After many seasons of “also running” the bootcut jeans finally have their official comeback moment again.

We have been checking online and also in many brick and mortar stores and can definitely confirm that bootcuts are a thing right now and going into the next seasons as well.

If you are a fan of skinny jeans and looking for an alternative, then the bootcut should be your best option. As opposed to flare jeans, the bootcuts fit tight on the hips and upper legs down to the mid-calf. Also, a bootcut tends to make your legs look longer and slimmer, especially when worn with heels or platforms.

Oh and —–even approaching the colder seasons, the light wash denim is definitely a hit. We’ve seen a lot of darker washes, agreed, but the light blue almost bleached is also present in most of the denim collections we’ve seen.

Below you can find the links to some rad styles we think you will love, and as always…

Happy Shopping!

Citizens of Humanity Emmanuelle Slim Bootcut Jeans, $218 – we think that these are the perfect bootcut, exactly as they were decades ago

KUT from the Kloth Natalie High Waist Bootcut Jeans, $99.50 – a cool vintage-like wash

ripped jeans

RE/DONE 70’s Bootcut, $315 – a very slight bootcut, almost like a straight leg

trouser jeans

J Brand 1219 Runway Bootcut Jeans, $248 – a bit like a trouser jean

printed jeans

Just Cavalli Floral Print High-Rise Bootcut Jeans, $565 – if you are in the mood for prints!

MOTHER The Runway Step Fray Bootcut Jeans, $248 – cropped with frayed hems and knee rips

low rise jeans

Hudson Jeans Beth Midrise Baby Bootcut Jeans, $205 – if you love them really low rise and fitted

Everlane Cheeky Bootcut Jeans, $78 – size inclusive and comes in an ankle and regular length

Dondup Lola Low-Rise Bootcut Jeans, $227 – a classic low-rise affair

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