When it comes to fashion, the 1970s has long been one of the most vilified decades. Think shudder-worthy butterfly collars, bell bottoms, and platform shoes. However, there is one revived fashion trend from the ‘70s that I absolutely love—embroidered denim. From denim jackets and shirts, to blue jeans, to denim skirts, embroidered embellishments have been everywhere for the past few seasons and are still going strong this spring.

That’s why out of all our fabulous new spring looks, our Embroidered Jeans are my pick for the one fashion trend every woman should own right now. A good pair of jeans are an essential part of every American woman’s wardrobe, and our Embroidered Jeans are timeless, versatile, and completely age appropriate.

With its feminine floral embroidery on the leg and a touch of spandex for a better fit, our

Our Embroidered Jeans are a stylish addition to your wardrobe.

A pop of colorful floral embroidery on one leg elevates these elastic-waist jeans and makes them come to life. Crafted from 7.5 oz. denim with a touch of spandex, they stretch with you while keeping their shape wash after wash. They have front and back pockets for essentials like tissues (a must if you have spring allergies like I do). I also adore the classic straight leg, which you can wear rolled up or down, and will look great with your favorite sneakers, sandals, or flats. Available in White or Stonewash, these jeans will go with everything in your closet.

Made by National®, these pull-on jeans feature a full elastic waist for all-day comfort, front slash pockets, back patch pockets, a back yoke, and straight legs.

Our Stonewash Embroidered Jeans goes with almost any top.

Not into embroidered denim? Not to worry, here at National, it’s all about the details this spring, so whether you are looking for chain stitching, pintucking, eyelet trim, a criss-cross neckline, or bell sleeves, we have something that’s sure to fit your personal style.

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