How does it fit?
Our Better-Boyfriend Jeans have a relaxed, slim-straight fit.
How is it sized?
Please see the sizing guide.
How do I care for it?
Machine wash cold, line dry, warm iron.
- Fabric: 10-ounce Premium Italian denim (99% cotton, 1% polyurethane).
- Five-pocket style.
- Antique silver metal button and rivets.
- Also available in Indigo
Smart Fashion, Smarter Models
Our Women's Spring Collection is modeled by PhDs and doctoral candidates.
Women’s Italian Denim Aqua Boyfriend Jeans
Betabrand womenswear designer Tony Wloch explains his latest product:
I think you deserve a better boyfriend… jean.
The idea of boyfriend jeans has been around for a while — the premise being a pair of jeans that are loose, slouchy, and torn to shreds, all made to look like you stole them out of your boyfriend's laundry pile.
It's a cute concept, but it's almost impossible to find boyfriend jeans that aren't completely torn up and washed out. What about his nice raw indigo Japanese denim jeans, why can't it look like you're stealing a pair of quality denim jeans?
Well, now you can. I've chosen two of the most high-end, naturally beautiful raw denims that I've ever come across to upgrade your current boyfriend… jean. Our Indigo colorway is made with Japanese denim from Kurabo Mills — one of the finest and oldest denim mills in the world. While the lighter style is a beautiful aqua-colored raw Italian denim made with such high-quality cotton that it literally shines.
Unwashed premium fabrics combined with the looser, easier style will make these a go-to for every day wear, perfect for a nice night out, or just lounging around the house. And, of course, with American-made construction, these jeans will be built to last.
This update to the historically slouchy and torn up boyfriend jean will make for a better pant that's cleaner, more stylish, and works on weekdays. Sounds like a better boyfriend… jean to me.
Questions? If there's anything else you want to know about this product, please contact us.
Tony is a professional apparel designer, fashion design student, independent design entrepreneur, and reluctant insomniac. A jack of all trades in the fashion industry, he has hauled production runs out of the back alleys of Los Angeles and worked on designs that were shown on the runways of Milan.
With ties to the gutted industrial complex of Detroit he has experienced the ripple effects of jobs shipped overseas first hand and has consequently supported the use and spread of American production. Follow him on Instagram @bobbinandrex for insider looks at the apparel industry, fashion school life, and various San Francisco shenanigans.