Red Jeans
Fashion's love affair with red continues. Courtesy of R13

Tomato girl and strawberry girl summer are both way back in our rearview mirror. But that doesn't mean we need to stop wearing red makeup or red clothing. Especially since the holiday season is about to begin and crimson hues are always in high demand for all of the holiday parties people are bound to be throwing. Actually, red will still be trending come spring, at least according to the Spring 2024 collections. So we decided to put together a list of the best red jeans to buy and wear right now. Because you're more likely to wear jeans than any other type of pant in winter.

There are many, many shades of red, which translates to lots of options. We encourage sticking to a more middle range. In other words, no neon and forgo maroons and dark wine hues. Unless there's a little something, something like iridescence to brighten things up. Coated denim and velvet are also OK.

Next we move on to type. Bootcut and flare jeans will be your best friends this time of year. They'll make it super easy to slip on your go-to boots. Cropped takes will work, too. As long as you'll be sporting boots that'll make up the difference between the hem of your jeans and your feet. If you're digging the whole wide-leg revolution, there are a couple roomy picks available.

This isn't a low-rise kind of roundup. Most selections we tracked down boast high waists. In fact, Diesel's distressed waist will make you want to flaunt cropped sweaters and coats so you can show it off. As long as we're on the subject of styling, let's discuss what to pair with your pair of choice. In a way red is like a neutral. You'll be surprised how many colors it complements. It does depend on the shade of red you choose, however. Now you may be thinking that you can't wear red with red. Well, you're wrong. Whether it's a denim set or slightly different incarnations, you can totally get away with it. Just skip wearing a black belt and black boots. That way you'll avoid the dreaded Santa Claus comparisons.

Scroll down to discover the must-have red jeans of the season. (You'll have to buy any coordinating items separately.) Price points vary, but most are pretty reasonable so they won't drain your holiday shopping savings account.

Diesel Red Destroyed Jeans
Diesel

Diesel Red Destroyed Jeans, $1,005 at SSENSE

Haikure Korea Wide-Leg Jeans
Haikure

Haikure Korea Wide-Leg Jeans, $243 at Farfetch

REDONE 70s Stretch Bootcut
RE/DONE

RE/DONE 70s Stretch Bootcut, $425 at RE/DONE

Jacquemus Le de Nîmes Bordado Wide-Leg Jeans
Jacquemus

Jacquemus Le de Nîmes Bordado Wide-Leg Jeans, $360 at Mytheresa

MOTHER The High Waisted Weekender Skimp Jeans
MOTHER

MOTHER The High Waisted Weekender Skimp Jeans in Haute Red, $208 at Neiman Marcus

LAgence Marty Coated Boot-Cut Jeans
L’Agence

L'Agence Marty Coated Boot-Cut Jeans, $290 at Saks

Rollas Sailor Jean
Rolla’s

Rolla's Sailor Jean, $129 at Revolve

We The Free Jayde Cord Flare Jeans
We The Free

We The Free Jayde Cord Flare Jeans in Scarlett, $98 at Free People

Still Here Sofa
Still Here

Still Here Sofa, $260 at Revolve

Alaia Bootcut
Alaïa

Alaïa Bootcut, $1,140 at FWRD

R13 Jane Jean
R13

R13 Jane Jean in Vivid Red Stretch, $495 at R13

Gap High Rise Velvet Vintage Slim Jeans
Gap

Gap High Rise Velvet Vintage Slim Jeans in Sled Red, $39 at Gap

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