One of the surest signs of fashion’s repetition cycle during recent years has been the dying out and subsequent resurgence of bootcut jeans. There was a time in the ‘90s and early 2000s when these blue denims were the only choice. When slim-cut and skinny jeans took over, baggier iterations were moved out by force. But the silhouette is back again with a vengeance, promising better shape and a new lease of comfort.

With a recent campaign by Diesel featuring Evan Mock and Julia Fox sporting a pair, the plight of the bootcut jean is being offered a helping hand by the right faces right now. As such, it's safe to say that the bootcut is going nowhere.

Trousers, as the linking piece between your kicks and your upper body garments, are always important. To find the ones that fit your wardrobe best, we’ve rounded up bootcut selections from the likes of Ahluwalia StudioLoewe, and more for your perusal.

Shop our favorite bootcut jeans below.

Ahluwalia Studio Waved Wide-leg Jeans

Waved Wide-leg Jeans

Waved Wide-leg Jeans

$365

Ahluwalia Studio

Buy at Matchesfashion

Ahluwalia Studio, headed up by Priya Ahluwalia, is one of Britain's brightest style lights at the moment. This pair of 100 percent cotton denim jeans features a paneled construction and subtle wave pattern.

Bianca Saunders Slit-cuff Bleached Jeans

Slit-cuff Bleached Jeans

Slit-cuff Bleached Jeans

$420

Bianca Saunders

Buy at Matchesfashion

Another designer hailing from the UK, Bianca Saunders was inspired to make this pair of bootcut jeans after watching videos of '90s house parties. The vintage acid-splash wash works in tandem with the slit cuffs for an unmissable finish.

Loewe Drawstring Denim Jeans

Drawstring Denim Jeans

Drawstring Denim Jeans

$590

Loewe

Buy at Matchesfashion

Loewe's bohemian couture is typified by this pair of wide-leg jeans which feature an oversized rope tie to the waist for that stranded-on-a-luxury-desert-island aesthetic.

Junya Watanabe Paint Splatter Jeans

Paint Splatter Jeans

Paint Splatter Jeans

from $367

Junya Watanabe

(Available at 2 Merchants)
(Available at 2 Merchants)

Junya Watanabe opts for a homemade feel by embellishing this pair of vintage-style, light-wash jeans with blue and white paint splatters. Combining the splatters with a wide-leg, relaxed fit gives this pair effortless shine.

Jacquemus Le de Nimes Jeans

Le de Nimes Jeans

Le de Nimes Jeans

$264

Jacquemus

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Paying homage to the French city of Nîmes, the hometown of denim, Jacquemus' Le de Nimes Jeans are classic through and through. Heavyweight raw denim is cut to a laid-back silhouette that marries the rest of Jacquemus' ethereally airy archive perfectly.

Carne Bollente Ass Ventura Jeans

Ass Ventura Jeans

Ass Ventura Jeans

$105

Carne Bollente

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Carne Bollente goes full '90s with the Ass Ventura jeans. Washed blue denim looks to be cut to a simple relaxed fit, and it is, but the way this pair falls elegantly from the waist is no mistake.

Études Cinéma Denim

Cinéma Denim

Cinéma Denim

from $276

Études

(Available at 2 Merchants)
(Available at 2 Merchants)

Études takes a page out of the rave scene's book of designs with this pair of baggy jeans with an all-over text print.

Marine Serre Crescent Moon Jeans

Crescent Moon Jeans

Crescent Moon Jeans

from $662

Marine Serre

(Available at 2 Merchants)
(Available at 2 Merchants)

Of course Marine Serre's bootleg jeans feature the crescent moon motif throughout — how else?

Acne Studios 1992

1992

1992

from $290

Acne Studios

(Available at 2 Merchants)
(Available at 2 Merchants)

Acne Studios thought that 1992 was such a good year for jeans that the label wants to relive it. We're on board.

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