Top Designer Jeans for Billionaire Women

Top Designer Jeans for Billionaire Women

By A. Brown

In the last decade, designer denim has been on the rise in fashion. Every woman wants a pair of jeans that make her look good, and there are many brands out there that can deliver. Here are a few brands worth checking out.

True Religion

Perhaps the most iconic designer denim brand and most definitely the first that comes to mind for fashionistas is True Religion. If you’re unfamiliar with them, you may be familiar with their Buddha logo stitched most often on the back. True Religion creates 1970’s inspired denim that is both fashionable and timeless. For instance, you can grab the “Shiloh Falls” from their Premium Vintage Collection, a distressed denim flair, for $341.

If you are more interested in the skinny denim look, you’re covered there as well with the Women’s “Stella Titan,” a lowrise, medium-washed denim, for $224.

Rock & Republic

A brand that carries both basic and edgy styles of denim is Rock & Republic. Fans of a lowrise bootcut can get the “Kaia in Thrive Blue,” which is a dark wash that costs $180. For a woman that is hankering for more of a rocker edge, the “Collier in Ammunition Armory,” is just the right denim. This look touts a skinny leg, studded front pocket detailing, and a unique white-washing look, all for $215.

Joe’s Jeans

Joe’s Jeans boasts a nice selection of styles and may be the prime choice for more budget-conscious designer denim shoppers. Their latest style, aptly called the “Wide Leg” is a 1970’s inspired bellbottom jean. It can be yours for $169.

If you want to be more on trend, the “Icon Muse” may be for you. This denim is high-waisted with a bootcut leg opening. The high-waist is not too high or extreme, so it’s bound to be a bit more comfortable, as is the price, which is $167.

With these three brands, you are bound to find a denim pant you’ll love for years to come.


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