Best Jeans under $100

Best Jeans under $100 by Kathrine Eldridge, Wardrobe Stylist
I have found the best jeans under $100. In a past post, I shared my love for Liverpool Los Angeles but after receiving another pair of denim from them, I am convinced that this is the best jean brand on a budget.
Pin Tuck Flared Sleeve Top with Trim by Liverpool Los Angeles
Gia Glider Slim High Performance Denim Jeans by Liverpool Los Angeles
A white blouse and dark jeans by Liverpool Los Angeles. A casual chic look featuring the best jeans under $100.

Gia Glider Wins Again!

I was asked to collaborate with Liverpool again and I accepted without hesitation because I’m obsessed with the Gia Glider. This jean style is the most comfortable pair of denim that you will ever wear. My first Gia Glider jean pair was more casual because it had a lighter color and a raw hem. I went the opposite direction with this choice because I wanted to be able to wear it for a casual Friday outfit for work. The darker color and slim bootcut pant style make it dressier.
I stand by this jean brand because their jeans keep their shape after washing and don’t stretch out while you wear them. I realize pulling on jeans is little out there. But when you feel how comfy they are, you will completely understand. The best part is that all their jeans are under $100!

Classic White Blouse for Spring

Liverpool Los Angeles also sent me this gorgeous white blouse. You can never go wrong with a classic button down. This wardrobe staple is transformed by some beautiful details. The v-neck is extremely flattering and the 3/4 bell sleeves make it perfect for spring and summer. I adore the crochet lace trim. I couldn’t think of a better top to complement their jeans. Classic meets comfort!
Do you have a jean brand that you love that’s under $100? Let me know in the comments.

Coronavirus Update

I live in Illinois and we were put into a "shelter in place" situation that started Saturday and will go through April 7th. I’m not going to lie. It’s been tough already to stay home so I’m not sure how sane I will be when this ends. This blog keeps me busy which is a good thing but I’m also trying to do nothing sometimes. (That is really hard for me but necessary.) How are you holding up? Sending prayers to all that are affected.
Have a peaceful week. XO

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