Blue Jeans Go Green: A Guide To Sustainable Jeans

Flattering denim that doesn't cost the Earth.

Finding the perfect pair of jeans is a life-long quest.

Flattering, wearable and boasting dress up or dress down status – good jeans are arguably the most useful garment for lazy girl finesse.

As the world grows more and more aware of the process that goes into our favourite fabric – we've decided to do a deep dive into some of the best jeans on the market for those sustainably inclined. 

Firstly, I feel it's paramount to say that the most sustainable way of wearing jeans is to either choose what's already in your wardrobe or rummage around vintage stores – but for those in need of newness, step this way. 

Everlane, The Relaxed Boyfriend Jean $78 (€70), available at Everlane.com
Topshop, Black Asymmetric Hem Joni Jeans €50, available on Topshop.com

H&M Conscious, Mom Jeans €27.99, available on hm.com

Reformation, Julia High Cigarette Jean $128 (€114), available on thereformation.com

Main image by Nick Karvounis 

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