I love jeans. A lot. They’re my favorite thing to buy and my favorite thing to wear. I don’t even think twice about shopping the latest denim trends, but I also regularly update my collection with classic styles.
As trends have come and gone, I’ve found that high waist skinny jeans are a silhouette that’s always a good look. You can wear them all year around and you really can wear them with anything; heels, flats, sneakers, even tall and over-the-knee boots.
If you’ve yet to come across a pair that you absolutely love, we’re here to help. We’ve tested tons and tons of high waist skinny jeans to bring you the best of the best. Here are the three every woman should own. Yes, you should own them all because they’re just that good.
The Best High Waist Skinny Jeans:
I've written about Hudson's Barbara jeans many times before and yes, I still love them. The rise is just perfect--not too high so they feel like mom jeans, but just high enough to be slimming. The cut throughout the leg is also super flattering; not skintight so you see every lump and bump, but slim enough to show off your shape. Hudson does new colors and washes each season, so you can treat yourself to a new pair on the reg. I certainly do.
2. rag & bone High Rise Ankle Skinny ($195)
Rag & Bone jeans have a cult following and for good reason; they're some of the best jeans you'll ever wear. If there's one pair you should definitely splurge on, it's their High Rise Ankle Skinny. They hold their shape, hug you in all the right places and will remain in good shape for years and years.
3. Madewell 10" high-rise skinny jeans ($128)
You really can't talk about jeans without talking about Madewell. Not only are their jeans super high quality, but they now offer them in so many sizes. Their 10" high waist skinnies are one of the most amazing pairs that I own. These will be the jeans you reach for when you want to look good in an instant.
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