1. Allen Solly

Allen Solly

Allen Solly

Allen Solly is one of the reputed brands in clothing. This is the brand in clothing is massive amazing. This is one of the classy brand ever seen. The durability of the cloth is longer. The comfort level is damn good. The materials used is one of the best materials used for making pants. This brand is bit expensive than other brands but it’s worth spending money on this brand because durability of the cloth is longer. Every time they come up with wide and good collection, they never disappoint you with their stock. They are very comfortable, gives you a rick look. The collection is trendy. Great colour combination.

2. Levis

Levis

Levis

People say Levis jeans are not as heavy as they used to be and that the material used is thinner. But this thinner material is still thicker than most everything else out there. From the stitching to the rivets these pants are made to last. Everyone today is into durability. Especially if you are wearing your jeans to work. The only jean that looks good around my extremely curvy booty and fits a smaller waist. Now for the downside, others are correct, the denim is a lot thinner/cheaper which is really too bad. Plus, when looking for a dark jean, usually to wear to work or out to dress up a bit. These women’s jeans are handmade using a special process where they are washed thirteen times, with dying and painting performed between each washing to add depth to the jeans.

3. Lee

Lee

Lee

These Lee pants are of mid-weight fabric that washes beautifully, comes out of the dryer looking pressed, and stays neat all day. The cut is perfect for those of us with more belly than saddlebags, and the waist comes up high enough that there is no danger of muffin-top or accidental disclosures. The straight legs are slightly wide all the way to the heel, a flattering look for everyone. The petite size is just perfect for a mid-to-low heel and looks great with tall heels too.

4. Lucky

Lucky Brand

Lucky Brand

Lucky Brand Jeans have two four-leaf clovers with the phrase lucky you! stitched onto the outside of the fly shield. In 2006, the company opened Lucky Brand Jeans Kid stores, which exclusively sell their children’s clothing. Prior to 2010, most Lucky products were manufactured in the USA. It’ll be uncomfortable at first, but just keep in mind that your jeans will stretch with wear and eventually conform to your body. Not to mention that your butt will look bang in.

5. True Religion

True Religion

True Religion

True Religion jeans tend to be full cotton so they do shrink, remember that you can always take them in so it is best that they do not run too short. True Religion Brand Jeans focus on premium denim, some of which is made in the United States. Jeans designer and retailer True Religion plans to close at least 27 stores after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. A True Religion spokesperson did not respond to a request seeking more information.