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The continued prevalence of menswear-inspired womenswear means now is the time to take things one step further with pieces literally borrowed from the boys—in fact, straight from their closets. This is nothing new when it comes to occasionally nicking an oversize button-down or pair of boxers from the man in your life, but denim? That’s a bit trickier, and for many, entirely uncharted territory. Modern-day boyfriend jeans, while indisputably stylish, can feel one-dimensional, with most pairs offering the same effect: a roomy silhouette that’s a touch masculine, a touch undone—but a bit familiar.
In search of a pair that feels fresh for fall, we asked a smattering of Vogue editors which boyfriend jeans throughout history they’d most like to borrow. Patchwork jeans, flared silhouettes, washes from white to deep indigo, and distressed, paint-splattered denim all made the list, as well as classic variations found on the usual suspects. From Jimi Hendrix’s famous snake-hipped flares to Martin Sheen’s fitted straight-leg jeans in Badlands or the modern-day distressed white jeans worn by Kanye West, it seems, when it comes to boyfriend jeans the options are endless—we just need to look in the right, unexpected places.
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