These sustainable brands will make you forget about your old denim

The hunt for a great pair of jeans can be tough. You know what we’re talking about. You try on pair after pair in hopes to find the ones that hug you perfectly, but are still comfortable and just all around make you feel amazing.

Denim will be a staple in your wardrobe…forever. So it may take a hefty investment in time to find the jeans of your dreams. As frustrating as the process can be, your patience will be rewarded.

Turn to these sustainable brands to help you find the perfect pair.

These beauties just launched yesterday, and we couldn’t be more excited. Everlane is known for making sustainable wardrobe staples that are built to last. With an established reputation and a great price point, Everlane has denim we can get behind. Our favorites from the new line are the high-rise skinny ankle and the modern boyfriend.


Built on their clean manufacturing and eco-friendly fibers, this brand has denim that is both comfortable and durable. We love all of their styles in their Instasculpt line which is made to sculpt the legs, butt and thighs without loosing its shape over time. They also carry men’s and children’s styles so you can sustainably dress the whole family.


Another new line of denim that hit the market last month; we are loving the variety of styles Fashionable has to offer. From distressed boyfriend, to skinnies, to high-waisted, there’s a style for everyone. They also have a killer jacket and western style shirt thrown into the mix.


Bluer Denim
Cotton sourced in Georgia, milled in North Carolina, zippers from Kentucky, designs from Oregon, and sewing and hand-finishing in California make this denim a true American brand. With a small batch process, this company has a hard time keeping jeans on the shelf, and the may sell out. But keep your eye out for new batches – they’re worth the wait!

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