Jeans for Women

Jeans Styles

Denim jeans are a forever vibe in every woman's closet – the best part? There are tons of styles to choose from, making it a breeze to snag the perfect fit! Let's delve into the details:

  • Silhouette – Whether you've got a go-to silhouette or you're always on the hunt for the latest trend, no worries – our jeans collection has you covered. Check out some of our most popular styles: straight-leg jeans, skinny jeans, bootcut jeans, boyfriend jeans, flare jeans and wide-leg jeans.
  • Rise – Whether you're throwing it back with the low-rise jeans trend, sticking to trusty mid-rise jeans or loving the flattering lines of high-waisted jeans, there's a style tailored just for you!
  • Details – Step up your denim game with a spin on the classics – experiment with embroidered jeans, coated jeans, ripped jeans or crossover jeans! Intriguing textures, distressing and unique hemlines elevate your denim game to a whole new level.

Our personal stylists can help you curate the perfect denim collection suited to your body shape, budget and style preferences.

Are Jeans Business Casual?

Depending on your workplace dress code, jeans can fit the business casual vibe. The trick is to go for clean denim without any rips or distressing. Opt for bootcut jeans — they elongate your legs and pair well with heels or booties, maintaining a professional look. Another option is colored jeans, giving you the comfort of jeans with a more polished appearance.

If you're on the lookout for more business casual wardrobe ideas, our expert Wantable stylists are here to help!

How to Measure Inseam

The inseam of your pants is influenced by your height and where you prefer them to hit on your leg. For example, ankle-length pants typically have a 28” inseam, but for someone petite, a 26” inseam might be ankle-length. To ensure the best fit for your pants, follow these steps to measure your inseam:

  • Grab a pair of pants from your wardrobe that fits you perfectly.
  • Get a tape measure.
  • Measure from the crotch seam down to the hem of the pants.
  • Congratulations, you've got your standard inseam measurement! Adjust it by adding or subtracting a few inches based on your desired pant length.

Want to try something new? Our expert personal stylists can help you try different jean styles and lengths to help you build your dream denim collection.