What: Genetic Denim Mutated Twisted Wide Leg Jeans, $242
Why: Good jeans are almost harder to find than a good man. So when Jessica Biel abandons being a walking product placement for her boyfriend's William Rast line, you know that she's found some flattering denim. Biel, the-buffest-girl-about-Hollywood, recently ditched Rast and sported Genetic Denim's new baggy pant in a carbon wash. She is, however, not Genetic Denim's only celeb fan. Actress and rehabber Lindsay Lohan went on an impromptu shopping binge (better than a cocaine bender) at Creme Beverly Hills, snatching up three pairs of the hot jeans in the process. And Rhea Durham, wife of Mark Wahlberg and mother to his Funky Bunch, also recently wore Genetic Denim to the pumpkin patch in West Hollywood. In fact, a cadre of fashionistas, including Sienna Miller, Fergie, Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Ashlee Simpson, Keira Knightley, and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, are loyal wearers.
Despite such a notable celebrity base, Genetic Denim is less famous for the tushes it adorns than it is for its quality construction, stylish cuts, and lovely washes. The dark wash of the Mutated Twisted Wide Leg is wonderfully slimming. And, as you know, the wide leg is hot this season. Unlike skinny jeans, dark wide leg jeans are versatile enough, when paired with heels and a blazer or vest, to go business casual. But when worn with funky jewelry and a flirty top, they'll leave you looking long and lean at any bar.
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