We love a good pair of vintage, can’t-bend-over jeans—but stretch denim is where our true hearts lie. Skinnies that feel like leggings? Count us in. That being said, finding a pair of quality-made jeans that aren’t made of highly flammable materials and costs less than $100 is difficult slash impossible. In true Everlane style, the San Francisco-based company is solving your daily shopping woes with its latest drop.
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Today Everlane launches its line of stretch denim, an extension of the existing rigid jeans collection I raved and waxed poetic about. Similar to the initial launch, these new styles are manufactured in a clean denim factory that recycles 98% of its water, relies on alternative energy sources, repurposes byproducts, and more.
This time around expect jeans you can really move/squat/drop down and get your eagle on in. Their line of three new styles (including a high rise skinny you’ll live in this fall) are made with fabric meant for errands, dancing, and everything in between. Each of the three styles, which vary in length (ankle, cigarette, or regular) and rise (high or mid), also come in four washes: Black, washed black, mid blue, and dark blue wash. Grown-up you will never have to defend leggings at the office because these jeans are super comfortable with the added bonus of being completely and totally business casual.
Shop their stretchy new styles all affordably priced under $78. Good denim never felt so right.