Over the last several years I have shopped for a number of clients and the comfiest jeans I have found are by NYDJ and Old Navy.  

Jeans by NYDJ are a fan favorite with clients and every time I recommend them everyone raves.  NYDJ carry a wide selection of jeans but the clear winner is the Marilyn Straight, which every body type can wear. What makes them the comfiest you ask? They use a Lift Tuck® Technology that somehow flattens the tummy area but still lets you breathe. The jeans are stretchy, comfortable, and flattering at the same time.  They come in a variety of styles and colors, such as light wash, dark wash, black and grey as well as cropped, pull on, and ankle length. The Marilyn Straight jeans are available in a wide array of different of sizes, including plus sizes and styles for petite, regular, and tall gals. 

The comfiest jeans are made of a combination of cotton, polyester, lyocell and elastane which means they are stretchy so often times you will need to size down when trying them on. 

NYDJ jeans can be found online on their website as well as at Nordstroms. Clients love that these jeans are available in so many styles and colors.  These jeans are a higher price point so be sure to go to the NYDJ website where you can sign up for their newsletter and they will send you sale announcements.

Another recommendation for the comfiest jeans is the Mid Rise Power Slim Straight by Old Navy.  This jean is also a fan favorite with clients.  What makes these jeans the comfiest jeans you ask? They have a shape retention and are made with cotton, polyester and spandex. 

Mid Rise Power Slim Straight Jeans by Old Navy have a little bit of stretch in them, the length is just right, the dark wash is perfect, and the price point is great at less than $35.  Even after multiple washes they keep their color and shape.  They are also available in a variety of sizes, including plus sizes, come in short and long, as well as petite sizes.  They are made of cotton, polyester and spandex. 

Finding the right jean can be challenging. If you need help and/or don’t know where to start please feel free to reach out. I am here to help.