These popular jeans completely sold out in just one week

Denim is a wardrobe stable no matter the season. But the warmer it gets, the lighter the shades we opt for – especially during spring when the pastel trend is stronger than ever.

However, while everyone loves the feeling of a good pair of jeans, we’ll be the first to admit that finding the right fit can be frustrating to say the least.

And if you’re on the hunt, it’s worth noting that one particular brand seems to be nailing it with their denim offerings this year, having launched two pairs of jeans that sold out completely within just one week of their release.

Rag & Bone jeans
Rag & Bone

Ruth Super High-Rise Ankle Wide Leg, £405, Rag & Bone

The popular jeans in question are Rag & Bone’s ‘Ruth the Super High Rise’ and ‘Maya the High Rise’ – both of which were released by the brand last month, only to go almost straight out of stock on the brand’s website and across all UK stores. Although looking at the styles, it’s not hard to see why; they ooze effortless chic and look incredibly flattering too.

As described on the Rag & Bone website, the Ruth Super High Rise is ‘made from rigid Japanese denim in a roomy, wide-leg silhouette,’ and is ‘cropped perfectly at the ankle.’ T Maya High Rise, meanwhile, is ‘a classic from the archives, cut from premium Turkish stretch denim in a distressed mid indigo wash. High rise, relaxed through the hip and thigh.

‘This jean is just right,’ Rag & Bone say, and it would appear that customers agree.

Rag & Bone jeans
Rag & Bone

Maya High-Rise Ankle Straight, £240, Rag & Bone

However, due to high demand, Rag & Bone have kindly restocked both the Ruth and the Maya online and plan on having the jeans back in stores too within the next six weeks. So, what are you waiting for? Get your hands on them while you can.

We’ll admit, they may not be as purse-friendly as your average high street retailer, with prices at £405 for the Ruth and £240 for the Maya, but judging from the retail reaction, they’re certainly worth the investment if you can stretch to it.