Colored jeans have transitioned from sherbet pastels to hues you actually want to wear. The new fall-friendly tones – earthy grays, dark greens, and browns – are easy to pull off and more interesting than dark denim. Why? Many eschew the conventional method of manufacturing garments from pre-dyed fabric, and are, instead, dyed after they're constructed. The resulting jeans are so inky and soft, you'll want to wear them out of the store – unlike the raw three-year-old jeans you're still trying to break in. Look for jeans with a slim, straight cut; the brighter the pants, the more neutral your shirt should be. Last, match your shoes: Pair boots with military-green jeans, or brogues with something vibrant.
Blue in Green PBJ in Purple
Woven on vintage single-shuttle looms in Japan, these unique jeans will impress any denim head. [$315; blueingreensoho.com]