A good pair of jeans can take you through the thick and thin so beautifully. It’s one of those things that pair flawlessly with everything. We’re all practically addicted to our favourite denims and wouldn’t let them go for anything in the world. But what do you do when one of your most beloved jeans has done its time and you have to replace it?


Here’s how to buy the perfect jeans that feels like second skin on your body:

  1. Be Experimental: It is hard to stray away from fits that you are accustomed to wearing, but you have to try. There are always new styles coming and going so you never know what you might just fall in love with and sometimes it can prove to be better than your old favourites. So even if you don’t think it will work, just try and you might be surprised!
  2. Length is Secondary: When you’re buying any trousers, your focus should never be on the length. You can always get the jeans hemmed or cut them up yourself. The thing you can’t change is the fit and wash so make sure it fits like a glove and length it up according to your fancy later. jeans
  3. Inspect the Back: Sometimes you tend to forget the back but it is so important. So be sure to check if your butt is looking its best and when it comes to pocket design, less is more. You should make sure that the stitching is on point and the lines sit perfectly on your back as well as the front.
  4. More is Good: The thing about jeans is that you never know which design might get discontinued even if it is the most perfect pair for you. So if you think you have found one that you can live in for the rest of your life, you’re probably right and definitely should buy another pair. Any pair of jeans you feel so good in can never go out of fashion.

The process of shopping for new jeans can be quite frustrating, simply because it’s just so hard to find the perfect one. But if you do a little research and start with an open mind, it can be quite fun. So trust your gut and only buy it if you feel good when you put them on. Because when you know it, you know it!