questionswhat is your favorite brand of jeans? why?

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I am a fan of GUESS - the DAREDEVIL bootcut. They look good on most body types and their MARIPOSA WASH is dark, but not too dark. Perfect for work or going out!

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Oh that is easy......Svoboda Jeans - they use a softer cotton and are designed to fit around my not so small hips. I love them. They have new styles every season to go with the trends.

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@tinymook: 2nd that... Guess is by FAR the best!!!

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Levi's. Cheap, well-made, & durable.

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carhartt. they freakin last forever. that and LL bean.

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I love my Levis silvertab jeans.. Old stand by.

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I don't wear Jeans. But if I did, It'd be Levi Casuals

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@sgoman5674: you sound like that beer commercial. stay fresh my friends.

Lucky Brand here. I like the fit better than levis.

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@snapster: I think it's "Stay thirsty, my friends". :)

I live vicariously through my jeans. Cheap.

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I was all Levi's 501 but I realized I am too lazy for buttonfly jeans. Then they came out with 514s and that's all I wear now... Low waist, slim fit but not to tight (and I'm not a skinny guy). I think I've converted @dave bug as well.

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Calvin Klein jeans (for women, because I am a woman, after all). They last for years, have the best fit and are never too long for us short people. Every year I buy the cuffed capris for summer and the flares for winter. I am a creature of habit - what can I say?

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+ 1 for Lucky Brand. Comfortable & great quality/durability.

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@splitenz72: I was wondering how much the answers to this question would vary based upon gender; thanks for breaching that topic.

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I've got 3 brands I love.

Lucky brand
DKNY -- Soho
Next (London high street store)

They all fit perfectly, and they've got some leg flare.

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Levi's...Levi's...Levi's. They fit, they're comfortable and they last. Important features when you're chasing after toddlers.

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Levi and Old Navy, great prices.

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7 for all Mankind. My butt deserves it ;)

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MeK - great fit...sometimes too much flair for me

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Quicksilver Quik Jeans.

I take them everywhere and they are holding up very well (in the past month, they've been sky diving and 30 mile backpacking expedition).

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Wranglers Cowboy Cut MWZ13: cause they fit the best

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Levi 501 old classic and look great

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"Not Your Daughters Jeans" are fabulous! They fit great, and it feels like you're wearing butter. Yeah, I know, kinky! lolol And they are made in the USA!

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My favorite mens jeans are Lucky Brand.

Lately, my wife is wearing Not Your Daughters Jeans (womens).

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Lee Dungarees carpenter pants. The side pocket is perfect for the iPhone.

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My favs are 7 For All Mankind. Pricy, yeah, but worth it when you can find a 50% off deal.

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levis 527s ... they are affordable

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Lucky Brand are my favorite, followed by Gap jeans.

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Nothing but Levi 501's for me. Good fit, long wearing, and the button fly prevents those horrible Fokkeresque accidents from happening.
Plus they are the Woot! of the jeans world when you compare them to other brands. Far less expensive and higher quality, which now that I'm thinking about it isn't a Woot! trait at all.

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Cinch White Label. You can actually get them with a longer lenth than waist size and they fit awesome.

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@ISiddiqui: Absolutely 7. Can't beat the fit.

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Wranglers, the cheap ones from wally world, can't beat em at 14.95 and they last forever

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Levi's 505 (Regular fit). They're the only ones that fit me right.
I wouldn't say they're cheap, but they're not exorbitantly overpriced like designer jeans.

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I used to only buy Levi's until someone bought me a pair of Lucky Slim Boot cut. They have fit the best and still look good after 3 years of hard use.

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Relaxed 7s normally, AGs in the summer, they're so light and soft!

On girls, I think Hudsons and True Religions fit well, then Joes to a lesser extent.

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Generally, whatever is on sale for around $35, but specifically, Levis.

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I'm a fan of the jeans from the GAP. Particularly the Always Skinny and Real Straight styles. Why? Because they have three (3!) different lengths, which is a rarity for women's jeans, and I'm short.

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True Religion. They aren't terribly expensive and they fit perfectly every time. And they last, so that helps offset a bit of the cost.

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I'm a 7 for all mankind too.. I always get compliments when wearing mine.

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Wranglers - They are a good value and Bret Farve endorses them :-)

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Levi's 560s are the only way to go.

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Lucky Brand. I love the quality of their demin. Silvertabs are nice, too.

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I agree with "ThePict" about Levi 501 Button Fly. I've not worn any Jeans more comfortable and fitting. And they never wear out with a pass on the wear area of each corner of the rear pockets. But that's just WOOT, unique, affordable and attractive. Maneuvering the Fly as needed is well worth it.

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Levi's, but only 501's; otherwise it's Lands' End. The Lands' End have consistent sizing, and a comfortable cut. THe Levi's because I really dig the button fly.