10 Under-The-Radar Denim Brands You Should Know About

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The only thing better than finding the perfect pair of jeans is finding an awesome pair no one else has. On that note, we’ve compiled a list that includes something for literally every type of denim enthusiast. Whether you fancy super-destroyed jeans you don’t have to break in yourself or sophisticated vintage kimonos to mix with your work wardrobe, this is your guide to discovering the best-kept denim secrets.

McGuire Denim

Known for: Vintage silhouettes like '70s flares, denim pencil skirts and super-soft stone washes.

McGuire Denim

Photo: @mcguiredenim

Bliss and Mischief

Known for: Customized vintage denim and impossibly cool kimonos with intricate flower embroidery.

Bliss and Mischief

Photo: @blissandmischief

Strom Brand

Known for: Cool-girl rompers, skinny jeans, jumpsuits and belted vests.

Strom Brand

Photo: @strom_brand

Thvm Denim

Known for: Paint-on skinny jeans, sleek cigarette silhouettes and innovative washes like two-tone degradé and pastel watercolor.

Thvm Denim

Photo: @thvm

AMO Denim

Known for: Unfinished hems, faded vintage-style washes and cropped off-duty silhouettes.

AMO Denim

Photo: @amodenim

RtA Denim

Known for: Distressed boyfriend jeans, shrunken It-girl jackets and edgy zipper detailing.

RtA Denim

Photo: @rtadenim

Raleigh Denim Workshop

Known for: Neutral grey and taupe washes, relaxed mid-rise silhouettes (aka mom jeans) and rolled hems.

Raleigh Denim Workshop

Photo: @raleighdenimworkshop

Courtshop

Known for: High-waisted jean shorts, festival-worthy overalls and frayed shift dresses.

Courtshop

Photo: @courtshop

DSTLD

Known for: High-waisted skinny jeans, destroyed cutoffs and crisp white washes.

DSTLD Jeans

Photo: @dstldjeans

Tortoise Jeans

Known for: '60s-inspired flares, rugged blazers and broken-in straight-leg styles.

Tortoise Jeans

@tortoisejeans