mom jeans

February 23, 2016

If there’s one trend we’re glad has come to stay (for so long now!), it’s the ever-versatile mom jean. The fact that it’s a chic take on the baggy 90s silhouette plays second fiddle only to the comfort. Oh, the comfort – nothing beats being able to sidle into the office an image of sophistication, while still feeling like you’ve rolled fresh out of your bed in your pajamas. Personally, my go-to pair is a $7 secondhand bargain I picked up at a Goodwill in the States, but let’s be honest – until you get a chance to go hardcore thrifting abroad, here’re five best fast fashion shops to stock up on your favourite style of mom jeans.

 

For the Classic Blue Jean: Topshop

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MOTO Dark Blue Mom Jeans, S$89.90, sg.topshop.com

Topshop wins hands down – heck, pants down – for the staple classic blue mom jean. The old-school wash, the roomy yet flattering fit, the impressive selection; a hefty price tag to pay but oh so worth it. Move over, Joni!

 

For the Rock Chick Acid Wash: Urban Outfitters

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BDG Mom Jean in Black, US$59, urbanoutfitters.com 

It’s the badass rock-and-roll cousin of the homey mom jean – essential for an effortless, laidback look and/or making an outfit three times grungier.

 

For the Distressed: Boohoo

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 Jodie Shredded Leg Mom Jeans, £25, boohoo.com

What’s a 21st Century Mom Jean without some controversial distressing? Take your pick from rips to shreds, to gaping knee holes at Boohoo if you’re in the mood for mixing things up a bit.

 

For the Slim Cut Boyfriend-Mom: Uniqlo

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Slim Boyfriend Fit Ankle Jeans, S$59.90, uniqlo.com/sg

For those days when you still want to look a little more put together while staying comfy. A clean white number will keep you looking crisp and professional throughout the day.

 

For Variety: ASOS

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Liqour & Poker Mom Jeans With Deep South Embroidery, £40, ASOS.com

Looking for a pair of skinny-fit slim mom jeans? Or maybe you’re in the mood for a funky patchwork number embroidered to hipster perfection. Either way, ASOS is quite easily your one-stop shop if you don’t know what you’re looking for and have some spare time to browse.

 

Featured images from urbanoutfitters.com