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Best Jeans For Women

Updated on January 28, 2014

Curvy Women Deserve Great Fitting Jeans Too!

As we women age, gracefully of course, our bodies change developing more curves and well, womanly features.

Since we live in a society of "young and tiny", it can be a little difficult to find the right apparel for our bodies. The jeans your daughter wears, for example, are not always the best jeans for you.

Here is a collection of the best jeans for women that I could find. I searched for every flattering style to enhance your beautiful curves and in a variety of prices to fit every budget.

I hope you find the best jeans for you!

Not Your Daughters Jeans Marilyn Slim Straight Leg Jean 731


This Not Your Daughters Marilyn Jean is constructed for real women with real curves!

Product Features:

* Slim leg

* Stretch

* 5 pockets classic look

* 16 inch leg opening

* 8 1/4 inch rise

* Contrast stitching

* Butter wash adds soft feel for comfort

* Flattens your tummy and lifts your buttocks

* Makes you feel one size smaller

* 96% Cotton and 4% Spandex

* Made in the U.S.A

Not Your Daughters Jeans Classic Overdye Bootcut Jean - Black 400bn


Look one size smaller in this Not Your Daughters Jeans Classic Overdye Bootcut Jean.

Product Features:

* Jean

* Bootcut leg

* 5 pocket classic style

* 20 inch leg opening

* 9 inch rise

* Constructed for real women with real curves!

* Flattens your tummy and lifts your buttocks

* Makes you feel one size smaller

* 96% Cotton and 4% Spandex

DL1961 - A Perfect Fit For Women

Jeans That Hold Their Shape

Finally a jean that not only fits right, but holds a 90% shape retention. XFIT LYCRA® means the end to jeans that sag, bag and lose their shape. Every woman deserves at least one pair of DL1961 jeans.

Joy in Dazed

Are We On The Same Page Here?

Are You Looking For Real Jeans For Real Women?

I am a woman who has developed beautiful, womanly curves as I've aged. If you are like me, you have nothing against your curves except for the fact that new trendy styles of jeans don't fit your body properly.

There are two pieces of clothing that I never look forward to venturing out to a store to purchase. One is a bathing suit and the other is finding a pair of jeans that fit right.

The jeans I find in the store, no matter which size I choose have teeny-tiny zippers that make me wonder why a zipper was needed in the first place. The waist band is a waste because it sits far below my waist, and rests in an area on my behind that exposes itself when I bend over. I never once had a desire to be a plumber in this lifetime so why in the world would I want to look like one?

Since the waist band is so strategically misplaced, what happens next is one of my otherwise beautiful curves becomes compressed and elevated . This leads to the curve wisely feeling the urge to escape it's too tight confinement and taking an exit route right out the top of the jeans. The result of this is a term that is unflattering when describing a womans body, but is coined after a particularly tasty baked good. Who the heck thought of that, anyway?

Well by this time, if you are like me and have gazed into that unflattering department store mirror at yourself while sweating a bit from doing the bad fitting jeans dance and curiously wondering why a blueberry muffin sounds great at that moment, you are probably ready to find real jeans for real women.

Levi's 512 Perfectly Slimming Misses' Straight Leg Jeans - Hammered Dark 58119-0001

* Slimming Tummy Panel

* 10 1/2' Front rise

* Sits at the waist

* Slim fit and straight leg

* 16' Leg opening

Get The Skinny On Denim Trivia

The first generation of jeans were made in the 1500's in Genoa and worn by Genovese sailors.

In 1885 a pair of jeans cost approximately $1.50 in the US

Jeans became popular in the 1950's after James Dean wore them in the film Rebel Without A Cause. Because they symbolized rebellion during this time, they were often banned from wearing in public.

In the 1960's they became more accepted and in the 1970's they were firmly established as a wardrobe staple.

The average American owns seven pair of jeans.

Jeans are typically dyed using Indigo dye. Approximately 20 million tons of indigo are produced for dying jeans each year.

For more trivia on denim, visit: Blue Jean History

A high waist and sophisticated cut makes Joe's Jeans a great choice of jeans for women

Did You Find Jeans You Loved Here?

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      5 years ago

      Having a great pair of jeans (or I should rather say a few pairs:)) is an absolute must for me:). Great lens ... I really like your jeans selection.

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      6 years ago

      Great lens. You have provided a great resource for shoppers.

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      6 years ago

      So important to find a pair of jeans that really fit.

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      Gayle Dowell 

      6 years ago from Kansas

      Great lens. Love the picks of jeans.

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      6 years ago

      Yes, I have a pair of NYD black jeans. Something seems to have spilt on them and I'm not sure what it is and I cant get the stains off.I' thinking of dyeing them. Any suggestions as to the best way to go about this? Cheers.

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      Pam Irie 

      6 years ago from Land of Aloha

      Yes, and some brands I'd never heard of. There is nothing that feels so good like a great fitting pair of jeans!

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      6 years ago

      A good fitting pair of jeans is so important to me. Love your selection!

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      luvmyludwig lm 

      7 years ago

      Don't you just love jeans that feel good on your body! The Levi's Perfect Waist Straight Leg jeans look amazing! :)

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      Joan Haines 

      7 years ago

      Jeans and I haven't worked well together for years. I ought to give them a try again.

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      7 years ago

      A nice collection of jeans i found here on your lens. You've introduced me to a lot of jean brands I hadn't heard of before.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 

      7 years ago from United States

      LOL! "The waist band is a waste!" I love that and I couldn't agree with you more! I can't for the life of me understand why anyone wants to go around worrying about a plumber's crack. Of course, you would just see my white granny panties. LOL Glad someone is making jeans for the other 98% of the population of women.

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      7 years ago

      You've introduced me to a lot of jean brands I hadn't heard of before. Thanks!

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      8 years ago

      Nice looking jeans you have here Shirl, something I need more of.


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