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The Jean Styles Women in Their 30s Wear Constantly

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There are few wardrobe staples as intimate to one’s personal style as denim. I’ve been wearing jeans since I can remember, my first pair being overalls from OshKosh B’gosh, naturally. Throughout my teen years, I participated in the dangerously low-slung styles spotted on the early aught stars of the day, like Christina Aguilera and Lindsay Lohan. While I was in college, super-distressed boyfriend jeans were all the rage, so I followed suit. In other words, my jeans have punctuated the different fashion moments of my life and vice versa.

Now that I’m in my 30s, denim has taken on a new form. For starters, I’ve bid farewell to anything distressed. Ripped jeans and I don’t jive well anymore. I have also chosen to favor comfort and what I think looks good, even if it might be considered “man-repelling.”

Additionally, through my years of experience with denim, I’ve come to learn which brands work most harmoniously with my body. All this is to say when Levi’s tapped me to come to check out its newly opened pop-up in Miami, I practically left skidmarks heading to the airport. The iconic brand has long been my go-to for affordable, classic denim and many of their signature silhouettes fall into the umbrella of what I consider my 30s-friendly styles. The Haus is located in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District and is open through February 29 (the launch day was December 5 to coincide with Art Basel). If you happen to be in the area, it’s a beautiful two-level retail and customization shop that’s a denim-lovers paradise (address here).

Ahead, see which styles from the pop-up are the jeans I wear all of the time and shop your favorites—whether you’re 32, 20-something, or 60 and beyond.


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