When it comes to the best jeans for everyday wear, you can't go wrong with a smart pair of skinnys. And we love these chic, black Lea Sculpting jeans from Hobbs – now a whopping £40 off in the John Lewis sale.
The flattering skinny-fit jeans are designed to take you from desk to dinner, and would look just as smart with a pair of pretty ballet flats as they would a great pair of heels.
And they're now looking like an even smarter investment, because John Lewis have reduced them from £89 to just £49 – saving customers a fantastic £40.
DEAL IN FULL: Hobbs Lea Sculpting Jeans – were £49, now £89 (save £40) at John Lewis
These flattering high-rise skinny jeans have a cropped ankle and angled pockets to the back for sculpting definition.Made from super-soft stretch denim, they're designed to hug and smooth the silhouette for a smart, slimline look.
Known for their great quality, Hobbs' jeans usually retail at the more expensive end of the spectrum – so this amazing £40 off deal is one worth taking advantage of.Available in sizes 8 through to 16, the Hobbs jeans are already selling fast on John Lewis – so we'd advise getting them in your basket early to secure your size.
It's hardly surprising that a great staple pair of black skinny jeans are a staple in the wardrobes of everyone from the Duchess of Cambridge to Meghan Markle.
Make like Duchess Catherine and pair yours with a cosy roll neck, smart blazer and ankle boots for a chic look that will take you from day to night seamlessly.
Or take a leaf from Meghan's style book and pair your black skinny jeans with a soft white shirt, blue denim jacket and pretty pair of espadrilles.
Whichever way you style yours, we promise a great pair of black skinny jeans will see you through all seasons.
Get the Lea Hobbs jeanshere.
Take advantage of this amazing Hobbs skinny jeans deal while you can – something tells us that these ones won't stick around for long.
Kate is a freelance contributor to woman&home, covering everything she loves most: fashion, fiction, and fancy face cream. If she’s not working, she’s probably reading, feeding her online shopping addiction, or judging the taste level of celebrity houses (10/10 for Dakota Johnson, 2/10 for Tan France).
She graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2020 with a BA in fashion journalism, and her byline has also appeared in British Vogue, The Times, and Marie Claire.
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