It's Official: These Are the Best Cotton Jeans Period

Dale Arden Chong
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Okay, shopping for jeans is no easy feat. After all, the search for the perfect pair that both looks and feels good can often be a process of trial and error—especially when you’re on the hunt for the best cotton jeans on the market. While stretch denim has its place in the world (hello, long plane rides and road trips), every fashion girl should have a pair of 95% and 100% cotton jeans in her wardrobe, if you ask us.

Considering the rise of vintage-inspired jeans, perhaps it’s nostalgia that has us wanting to wear sturdier, more rigid denim. And as the options continue to multiply, it can be exhausting trying to determine which pairs are worth investing in. We understand how overwhelming the denim market can be, so we took it upon ourselves to find stylish cotton jeans that are so good, you’ll want to keep them in your regular rotation. Scroll down to see the ones that we're loving.

Paige Anessa Jeans ($219)

You’ll never want to take these off.

RE/DONE 70s Stove Pipe Jeans ($250)

These jeans can be worn with nearly everything you own.

Mango Erika Wide-Leg Jeans ($80)

Style these with a pair of sneakers or heels.

Mother The Right-Away Rider Jeans ($248)

The deconstructed paneling is bound to turn heads.

Bp. High Waist Distressed Jeans ($39)

The small details, like the distressing and relaxed fit, will make these your new favorite pair.

Zara Green Wide Leg Jeans ($50)

These kelly green jeans are essential for spring.

Good American Good Vintage Jagged Hem Straight Leg Jeans ($169)

We can't get over the casual frayed hem detail.

Goldsign The Low Curve High-Rise Tapered Jeans ($375)

A pair of worn-in black jeans are simply classic and cool.

Ganni Floral-Print High-Rise Wide-Leg Jeans ($130)

Leave it to Ganni to make It girl–approved jeans.

Rag & Bone Dre Low Rise Slim Boyfriend Jeans ($225)

Believe it or not, low-rise jeans are back in style.

Warp + Weft CDG High Rise Straight Jeans ($98)

Opt for two sizes larger if you want a low-slung look with these jeans, which have the perfect amount of slouch to them.

Rag & Bone Miramar Faux Jeans Joggers ($225)

Fall in love with these easy everyday jeans.

Warp + Weft JFK Skinny Jeans ($88)

An exposed button-front fastening makes these so much more interesting than your average pair of jeans.

Eloquii Seam Detail Jeans ($90)

White jeans are surprisingly easy to style.

Frame Le Italien Straight Jeans ($338)

Absolutely unparalleled.

Levi'S® Wedgie Icon Fit High Waist Jeans ($98)

Can’t go wrong with a pair of classic Levi’s.

Eloquii Distressed Wide Leg Jean With Roll Cuff ($90)

This wash is everything.

Blank Denim Fame Game High Wasted Jeans ($118)

We love a good pair of ’80s-inspired jeans.

Paige Ultra High Waist Flare Jeans ($239)

Because flare jeans are coming back with a vengeance.

Agolde The 90's Pinch Waist Jeans ($178)

An editor favorite.

Mango High Waist Straight Jeans ($60)

You won’t get tired of these effortlessly chic jeans.

Mango High-Waist Balloon Jeans ($60)

A neutral pair to go with all of your earth-tone knits.

Anine Bing Sonya Jeans ($229)

Get a cropped pair to showcase all of your spring mules.

Warp + Weft Mia High Rise Jeans ($98)

Simply chic.

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This post was published at an earlier date and has been updated.

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