Lovingly designed at our Parisian atelier, our straight-leg jeans elevate your figure and reflect your look. Embrace the vintage style and quality materials that make these pieces unique: raw denim that adapts to your figure and develops a beautiful patina over time. There’s no doubt about it: the most perfect women’s straight-leg jeans are right here.
Straight-Leg Jeans: The Embodiment of Boldness and Style
Made from sturdy cotton twill, straight-leg jeans have stood the test of time without ever losing their appeal. A symbol of rebellion, freedom, and even feminine power as worn by Marilyn Monroe, the iconic straight-leg jeans remain a minimalist, versatile, timeless garment. From one look to the next, you can dress them up or down, create a daring style or a classic outfit… Jeans are forever reinventing themselves.
Straight-Leg Jeans by Rouje: A Parisian Love Story
Drawing inspiration from 100% cotton vintage jeans that soften over time, Rouje straight-leg jeans are made from beautifully faded raw denim that plays with the codes of androgynous fashion. Stretchy or with visible seams, they hug your every curve and produce a natural, carefree figure.
Through Rouje, Jeanne has created a collection of uncomplicated, feminine, and self-assurance-enhancing pieces. Rouje straight-leg jeans are an everyday uniform you can wear like a second skin.
Shapely legs, sublimated buttocks, elongated figure, exquisitely faded materials (jeans aren’t jeans without their patina!)… Rouje’s straight-leg jeans belong in every wardrobe. Whether their vintage lines hug your curves (Germain), sport a couture high-rise cut and a full-length pleat (Madeleine), or feature a soft-touch finish and just-right fit (Marais), there’s a pair for every mood and preference.
How to Wear Your Straight-Leg Jeans in Style?
Slip on your straight-leg jeans, and voilà! Pair them with a white T-shirt or a fitted shirt, an embroidered blouse, a floral bustier, an openwork cardigan, or a ribbed jersey… The possibilities are boundless. And for your feet, ballet flats or mules in the summer, and 70s sneakers or heeled boots in winter. Why should the story of Rouje and straight-leg jeans have to end?