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When it comes to your wardrobe, every piece should play an important role—and sometimes, more than one. That polo shirt you love? It’s perfect for the office or the golf course. The joggers you got for your birthday? Those are for your weekend coffee walks and your evenings at the gym. The jeans in your closet should serve the same multi-purpose and take you from the office to the weekend and back. If you’re reading this story, you’re probably wondering where to buy men’s jeans online that are affordable, comfortable, durable, and well-tailored. Lucky for you, I’ve put in the time online, crowdsourced opinions from the men in my life and compiled the ultimate list of the bets places to buy men’s jeans online.
If you value affordability but don’t want to sacrifice quality, sites like Uniqlo, Lee and Gap will have just the jeans you need. If you stand by the quality that comes with a designer label, you’ll want to check the wide selection of name brands on Nordstrom’s website and check sites like Rag & Bone. And finally, if you are hoping for a happy medium of all of the above, Everlane, Madewell, Levi’s and Buck Mason are guaranteed to be the right fit.
Keep reading for the 13 best places to shop for men’s jeans online (and in-store if you live nearby).
If you’re looking for a wide variety of cuts and washes, make sure to check out Everlane’s website. Everlane’s jeans retail at a mid-tier price point and are known for their luxuriously soft, high-quality denim material. Everlane also has brick-and-mortar locations so you can always try on every style and then order your favorites online. If you like the way Everlane’s jeans fit, be sure to also try on the brand’s slacks, sweats and shorts.
If you want a wide range of options or aren’t sure where to start your jean search, you can’t go wrong with Nordstrom. The site carries brands like AG, 7 For All Mankind, Frame, and Madewell to name just a few. The jeans fall mostly within the designer price point range of $150 plus but you can almost always find a style on sale. I’d recommend ordering styles from a few different brands to find your dream fit.
If you grew up wearing jeans from Gap you probably already love them. Or, if it’s been a decade or two since you went back-to-school shopping at the store, it’s definitely time to give it another try. Gap is a classic option for a great selection of denim at even better price points. Plus, most of the jeans come in eight different length options so you can skip a trip to the tailor.
Chances are, you probably have had a suit tailored or ordered it custom, to begin with. Now, it’s just as easy to do the same thing with your jeans thanks to the online site Sene Studio. You start by picking your general jean fit, wash and style and then enter your measurements for a perfect customized fit. If the jeans arrive and they’re not perfect? No problem! You can have them re-altered free of charge.
There is no pair of jeans more iconic or classic than Levi’s. If you love the vintage look, I recommend shopping the incredible selection of secondhand Levi’s on the brand’s website—each pair is in near-mint condition and available at highly discounted prices. If you’d prefer to get a new pair, Levi’s has a huge assortment of jeans for under $100.
Buck Mason is the ultimate shopping destination if you’re looking for a wearable, minimalist, refined wardrobe. Translation: you’ll always look cool with minimal effort. Buck Mason’s jeans look and feel lived-in so you’ll automatically feel like you’ve loved them for years.
Last month, my boyfriend declared his pair of Travis Mathew jeans “the most comfortable pants he’s ever worn”. Need I say more? The golf apparel company makes more than just polos and shorts to wear on the course. It’s worth trying a pair of jeans from the brand to rock with that polo.
If you’re willing to spend a little more on a pair of jeans, Rag & Bone is a great place to shop. The jean styles are classic with a bit of a trendier edge which will ensure that you always are at the top of your style game. The styles are divided into “fits” so once you determine which fit number is your favorite, you’ll have an easy shopping experience.
One of the best places to find high-quality jeans for under $50 is Lee. The denim brand makes your typical straight, slim and other classic fits but also will throw in a fun carpenter-style pant. Lee also makes great denim jackets if you’re ready to try a Canadian tuxedo.
Whether you’re shopping for denim, a new sweater or the perfect beanie, Uniqlo has you covered for basics. Uniqlo’s jeans run slim and work best if you’re looking for a tighter fit. Most reviews call out how comfortable the jeans are and almost every pair is under $50.
Carhartt is known for making utility workwear apparel and jeans which means that anything you buy from the brand, is bound to last. These jeans are made out of abrasion-resistant fabric (so they’re stiffer than some jeans) but will wear in over time.
You don’t have to be a prepster to wear J.Crew these days—the brand has a seriously sporty and cool edge right now and that applies to the selection of denim. This pair has an athletic fit but can easily be dressed up with a nice pair of shoes and a blazer.
Before you hit up the bar after work, you’ll need to stop by Madewell’s virtual denim bar to get the best jeans for your look. From slim to relaxed fits, Madewell’s denim bar has a cut for everyone. This pair has COOLMAX technology which moisture-wicking and temperature-regulating to keep you cool throughout the summer.