Ever since Oprah spilled the beans on her preferred jeans, NYDJ (Not Your Daughter's Jeans) denim, to InStyle a few years back, we've had our eyes on them. Now that they're on sale at Nordstrom Rack for up to 70% off, we are eager to get our legs in them, As Oprah might say, "YOU get a new pair of stylish, affordable jeans! And YOU get a pair of stylish, affordable jeans! And YOU get a pair of stylish, affordable jeans...!"
Sleek and slimming, NYDJs are universally flattering. The talk-show maven even attested that they "fit my curves perfectly" and "make me look and feel one size smaller." That's because every look in the line includes a crisscross panel designed to flatten the front and hug curves in the rear. Scroll for our other NYDJ picks but don't wait — these prices won't last long.
A classic straight cut never goes out of style, and these accentuate your body with NYDJ's signature high, Lift Tuck interior panel: It smooths out your belly while giving a little extra support to your.
A new-and-improved version of the gal-next-door jean, NYDJ's Marilyn is now up to 70% off. A five-star fan raves, "These are the most comfortable jeans I have ever worn! They fit perfectly (run big, so size down one size) and are very flattering!! No shrinking at all when washed, and the color stays true after several washes. Highly recommend!!"
These trendy numbers are up to 70% off in some sizes, making them less than $40!
As one reviewer says, "I’m 5’5” and these are the perfect height to wear with boots. They sit at the perfect place on my waist and don’t ride down as I walk. Will definitely consider this brand on future purchases."
A slim-cut jean is flattering on a wide variety of silhouettes, and NYDJ's Sheris are nearly 70% off in some sizes.
"[I] am so amazed with the comfort and fit! I was still comfortable in them after Thanksgiving dinner," says one fan. "No stretched "bubble butt" in the denim after wearing them. These jeans are so flattering and fit so well — they are magic!"
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