Why Abercrombie Jeans Are My Current Go-To Favorite

I’ve realized I’ve always been a big denim gal. And I’m seriously LOVING Abercrombie jeans.

Over the last few years, I’ve tried a lot of denim — and one brand has been super consistent, so I keep coming back. That brand is Abercrombie. I now own 6 pairs of their jeans, and they’ve all exceeded my expectations! I don’t think I realized that Abercrombie was always kind of the denim destination back in the day. I mentioned in this post that I would wear TWO Abercrombie polos (with both collars popped, duh), and one of their denim mini skirts.

LOL. It’s okay, you can laugh at me.

I will say the brand has completely evolved over the years, and I’m HERE FOR IT. I’m constantly stalking their website’s new arrivals, and everything is so good. But let’s continue chatting about Abercrombie jeans.

They Offer Endless Options

I love Abercrombie jeans because they offer SO many options. There’s so many different washes, fits, distressing, and details. In a long-overdue choice, Abercrombie finally extended denim sizes up to a size 37.

Perfect Fit Every Time

No matter what pair of Abercrombie jeans I’m wearing, I know they’re going to fit. And fit WELL. I have their skinny jeans, their mom jeans, straight leg, and their wide leg jeans (and don’t get me started on their shorts!!!). Sure I own a lot of other pairs of denim, but I always find myself reaching for my Abercrombie jeans! They hold up incredibly well, especially for the price point. I love that most (if not all…but all of the pairs I have do) of their jeans have spandex — we love to be comfortable.

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  1. 1.23.22

    Thanks for sharing this post.

    High rise jeans may not be a new look, but they are quickly becoming a popular option in the men’s fashion world. Their classic silhouette and comfortable rise are just a few of the reasons why high waisted jeans for men are making their return.

  2. 2.26.22

    Thanks for sharing this blog.

    I’d recommend taking your measurements and then sizing down if you’re in between sizes. I’ll likely size down about two sizes to achieve the perfect fit.