“I like the color because it’s crazy. I’d never wear anything but skinny jeans.”
Cheap Monday narrow jeans, $65 at Urban Outfitters, 162 Second Ave., nr. 10th St.; 212-375-1277.
“I care how they look on me more than what brand they are. I think they’re funky.”
Gray jeans, $106 at True Religion Brand Jeans.
“I usually have dark jeans. These are straight, and I like straight.”
DKNY distressed dark-wash jeans, $59 at Macy’s, 151 W. 34th St., at Broadway; 212-695-4400.
“Usually I wear darkish blue denim, but I like to try something new. They look good.”
Straight-fit jeans, $22.50 at Old Navy, 610 Sixth Ave., at 18th St.; 212-645-0663.
“These would look good with a graphic T-shirt. I like the pockets, and I like it flared.”
Braided light-wash jeans, $134 at 7 for All Mankind, 394 W. Broadway, nr. Spring St.; 212-226-8615.
“From the knee up they’re more faded, and from the knee down they’re dark, so it’s, like, combined.”
Dark-wash jeans, $150 at True Religion Brand Jeans.
“The holes and the worn patches add character. If I were to make jeans, I would make them just like this.”
On Darnel: Distressed jeans, $169 at Diesel Kids, 416 W. Broadway, nr. Spring St.; 212-343-3863. On Kason, 13: Light-wash jeans, $119 at Diesel Kids.
“They have a nice, dark color and a tight fit. If they were baggier, they’d be too hard to skateboard in.”
Citizens of Humanity jeans, $238 at Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., at 61st St.; 212-826-8900.
“If I’m wearing pants, I’m wearing jeans. The sparkle in the back adds a nice touch.”
Bell-bottom jeans, $115 at 7 for All Mankind.
“I like the stitching on the pocket. They fit really well and don’t stick out in the back.”
Dark-wash jeans,$128 at True Religion Brand Jeans, Time Warner Center, 10 Columbus Cir.; 212-209-5970.
“The dark wash is really cool. I like that it’s stretchy so it will fit me longer. ”
J Brand pencil jeans in ink, $158 at Bloomingdale’s.
“These are different, not super-different, but a little. I like how they’re one solid color. They’re harder to get stained. ”
J Girl by J Brand jeans in ink, $110 at Bloomingdale’s.
“They’re skinny, and they fit my thighs. The creases add a little style. ”
Dark-denim jeans, $109 at Diesel Kids.
“I love how they fit, not too tight but not too loose either. I don’t like baggy.”
Ultra-low boot-cut jeans, $69.50 at the Levi’s Store, 25 W. 14th St., nr.Fifth Ave.; 212-242-2128.
“Blue and yellow are my favorite colors. These are looser than I usually wear and darker. ” Briana, 12
“I think they’re cute. Some jeans that I like aren’t long enough for me, but these fit. ”
On Briana: True Religion medium wash with rainbow detailing, $150 at True Religion Brand Jeans. On Arabia: True Religion medium wash with yellow stitching, $150.
“They fit just right. The stitching has two colors, and that’s cool.”
DKNY Jeans Juniors, $59 at Macy’s East Herald Square, 151 W. 34th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-695-4400.
“They’re tighter on the bottom, but not too tight so it would look weird. ”
Levi’s 511 dark-wash skinny jeans, $54 at the Levi’s Store.
“They have a wrinkliness. And I like the little design in the back and the rip. I like when they come like that. ”
Genetic Denim carbon-wash boot cut, $165 at National Jeans, 525 Third Ave., nr. E. 35th St.; 212-213-8150.
“I like the fit, not too big on top, not too short. ”
James Jeans Bristol five-pocket, $180 at Item, 1597 Second Ave., nr. 83rd St.; 212-628-0842.