Bootcut jeans are also known as flares, or loon pants. They become wider from the knee downwards, and are usually tight around the hips to provide a sexy fitted look.
From what I have noticed, bootcut jeans suit most looks and figures, so you will never do wrong putting on a fabulous pair yourself.
To make it easy, here is the list of 15 denim brands that make the best bootcut jeans out there:
A gorgeous range of Bootcut jeans, there are varying colours from black to light blue, as well as different waist styles. There are even some ripped jeans, which are very stylish at the moment.
Abercrombie.co.uk offers a wider range of jeans, with some being tight at the top, and some being looser. They are available in light blue through to dark wash black. The sizes are accurate, and the jeans sit really well. Worth looking into.
Citizens of Humanity boot cuts tend to have a slightly higher waist, and the sizes are very accurate. The Buenos Aires range is designed to look like linen trousers, and are very comfortable, while the Black Lava range is tighter and lower cut.
The Bootcut range is lacking compared to other jeans styles, but the studs and low waists are very flattering. The brand runs small, so it’s advisable to order a size bigger than usual to ensure a good fit. Naomi is currently featured in the best clothes list, and is definitely worth considering!
Definitely one of the best ranges for boot cuts. Available from bright white to dark black, the jeans are available plain, studded, embroidered or worn, and the result is unique and stylish jeans.
Fornarina.com is the home of this up and coming designer range, and the boot cut range is just as impressive as the rest. The current range focuses on almost wet look trousers, with decorated pockets and thick belts. An original and gorgeous range.
Gap.com is one of the only jeans sites that offer different collections for tall and petite women. This means that the jeans are sure to fit you around the leg, although it might be worth measuring yourself to check that the waist measurements are okay, the sizes sometimes run a little big. The ranges are available according to body shape, and there’s something for everyone!
A relatively new brand, these jeans are made for different body shapes to cling to curves and give you the best fit ever. The sizing is reliable, and the jeans are well made. They are also easily customizable, and available in different colours.
BTW, joesjeans.com shows a video of how each style fits!
Mih-jeans.com shows a stylish selection of jeans, which are unique with their embroidered shapes and cut out pockets. The Bootcut range also has a limited edition style which features big buttons. Definitely worth taking a look at.
Miss Sixty has a gorgeous winter collection, featuring tight fitting boot cuts, with wide belt tops and button up fronts. My favourite pair of boot cuts came from here, which have lasted a year now, with no signs of wear and tear.
With the ‘Bridgette’ style landing Paper, Denim Cloth onto the style pages, the denim range is one of the most popular available at the moment. Stylish and well made jeans.
Pepe only have a limited selection of boot cut jeans in their winter collection, available in pale blue and indigo. The low rise waist and straight cut give the range a futuristic feel, which looks simply stunning.
Even Vogue have fallen in love with these jeans. While radcliffedenim.com is being updated, most styles are available on asos.com. The range goes from mild and ordinary to completely wild, featuring a skin tight shiny silver pair, with extra wide legs. The brave should check this out.
Replay.it offers consistently great styles of jeans, from the casual and baggy Cyndee to the tighter and sexier Hustle. There should be a pair here that appeals to every taste.
Sexy boot cuts, with low waists and a tight fit. Available in a range of washes, these jeans are quite thick and good quality. However, the sizing tends to run small, and the prices differ drastically between styles. Still, they’ll last a while!
Have you got a favourite brand of Bootcut jeans? Or do you know a brand to avoid? I’d love to hear from you...
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