From down town Los Angeles to an international denim specialist, J Brand has come a long way since 2005 Melrose Avenue. Notorious for it’s range of flattering denim styles, the brand was first put on the map for its cargo pants, selling out in 6 months! Fast forward to the modern day and J Brand have made a name for themselves in the denim category, catering for 8 different body shapes. Contributing to the success of their denim, J Brand jeans use shading and highlight technology to create flattering shapes and silhouettes around the legs and bum area. From skinny to straight leg, the majority of women struggle to find the perfect pair of jeans, but fear no more your prayers have been answered, our J Brand fit guide has everything you need to know.
#1 J Brand Size and Style Guide
J Brand Jules – High Rise Straight Leg
A high-rise silhouette with a straight leg that hits right at the ankle. Fits a bit looser below the knee, then falls straight down to a leg opening that’s slimmer than a wide leg but wider than a cigarette.
Measurements– 11-inch Rise 28-inch Inseam 14.5-inch Leg Opening
J Brand Maria – High Rise Skinny
The best selling style of J Brand denim, Maria fits with an incredibly flattering high rise, a wide array of fabric choices helps transform this skinny jean into her new favourite bottoms.
Measurements – 9.75-inch Rise 30-inch Inseam 9.75-inch Leg Opening
J Brand Alana – High Rise Cropped Skinny
With a modern shape that crops at the ankles and rises high to the waist, this jean is great to layer with many types of tops and forward footwear.
Measurements – 9.75-inch Rise 27-inch Inseam 9.75-inch Leg Opening
J Brand Jonny – Mid Rise Boyfriend
Mid-rise boyfriend jean featuring a bright royal blue wash. Layered with light fading throughout. Subtle distressing along hem, side and back pockets creates a worn-in vibe. Complete with a copper shank button and contrast stitching. Cuffed.
Measurements– 12.5-inch Leg Opening, 28-inch Inseam, 9.5-inch Rise
J Brand Anja – Mid-Rise Skinny
Our classic mid-rise Anja pant in a classic grey hue. In our iconic Luxe Sateen fabric for added softness and wearability. Features a folded cuff that can be worn rolled or unrolled; with clean back pockets, faux front pockets, and a clean waistband.
Measurements– 9.75-inch Leg Opening, 26-inch Inseam, 8.75-inch Rise
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The answer to this question is, sometimes. It’s advised to either choose your usual size or go down a size when it comes to J Brand jeans. We suggest ordering both sizes and trying them on at home just to be sure.
#3 How to Wash J Brand Jeans?
We’re all guilty of over washing our jeans and J Brand is quite the advocate of putting this habit to bed. Not only will it help the environment but it will also maintain the quality of your denim. When you wash denim it breaks down the fibres in the garment which in turn reduces the overall stiffness, not washing your jeans too often also helps to preserve the colour. Instead of washing your jeans, J Brand suggest popping them into a pillow case and into the freezer overnight. This will give your jeans a refresher, kill all germs and act as a quick wash. Do this as often as you find necessary. However, if you find yourself covered in ketchup, a quick spin in the washing machine may be unavoidable!
#4 Where are J Brand Jeans Made?
Almost every pair of J Brand Jeans is made in their downtown LA headquarters, USA.
#5 Are J Brand Jeans Sustainable?
In 2018 J Brand kick started their efforts to become more sustainable. Demonstrating their conscious effort to make more sustainable choices when it comes to the overall production of their products, the brand launched their first ever 10-piece sustainable collection launching in A/W18. The selection of denim was designed and produced with a reduction in waste, chemicals and water usage as priority. Since this the brand has gone on to implement further sustainable strategies such as using recycled cotton, botanical polyesters and biodegradable Tencel fibres. As well as sustainably sourcing the finer details such as buttons, zippers, recycled paper for hang tags and threads.
Denim is one of those fabrics that have a place in all of our wardrobes. Whatever your age, shape and style, denim is quite often an outfit-building starting point for most people and given its unrivalled versatility, that comes as no surprise.