About the brand...

From its launch in 1974 in Los Angeles, California, Dittos jeans were one of the first brands to design clothing specifically for women’s bodies. With its signature U-turn saddle stitch down the backside, the tight fit, flared leg, and a variety of colors to choose from, Dittos jeans inspired a cult following that lasted for two decades. In the 90’s, when flared jeans disappeared from the fashion industry, the jeans that everyone knew and loved became rare pieces only found in vintage shops. In 2007, Daniella Clarke, founder and creative director of Frankie B. jeans, re-launched the original brand with 80 different styles bringing the sexy seventies style back. The brand embraces its roots, maintaining the vintage feel and the designs that give women that long and lean look. Just like the original Dittos, the brand continues to produce the colorful pairs of denim that were once its trademark, fitting in perfectly with the current trends we see today and making us realize how circular fashion really is!

As one of the very first must-have label jeans, it is great to see Dittos back on the fashion radar. And even greater is the fact that they are continuing to create high-end jeans with great fit and great quality. Remaining true to their original intentions, these jeans are made for women’s bodies and designed to make you look and feel great.

If you are one of the many who searched for years in vintage shops for an amazing pair of Dittos, look no further, now you can find these jeans everywhere. And if you’ve never tried on a pair, be sure to look for a Dittos jeans sale today to find a timeless jean that will always make you feel amazing! To look for your perfect pair, check out our entire collection of denim today!

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