Nudie has released some amazing new styles this season. Out of the many, these are my top choices. The washes range from for worn to washes that are ready for you to wear in yourself.
What I find amazing about the shirts is that they are not just the generic button up fit. Nudie went a little further and tailored the pieces to make them slimmer and smarter looking. Even with the distressing they can easily be worn in a dressier way. Another piece that appeals to me strongly is their Sonny jacket. It is a fresh take, but it still feels classic. You can click here to purchase all these pieces from the Nudie website.
Beyonce has recently been posting many photos of her outfits on her Instagram. I noticed a couple featuring Rag & Bone, like this one. She chose the Rag & Bone Skinny Corduroy in Ikat to pair with a pull over, Margiela rings and some Michel Mason ears.
Image Courtesy of Instagram/baddiebey.
This was the year when Kate Moss broadened her denim horizon just a tad. She was spotted in prints (no pun intended) and boyfriend jeans. Although she’s opening up, one brand that Kate will never neglect is her Siwys. She has been caught countless times in her favorite fit, the Hannah, everywhere from events to out on the streets.
Please vote for your favorite Kate Moss outfit in the poll below. When we say favorite, we mean her whole head to toe outfit, not just the jeans she’s wearing. If you hover your mouse over each gallery image, you can see the number assigned to cast your vote. You can also vote in the other celebrity polls here.
Metallic was a big trend for Fall, so why not show how they can work for Winter as well? I chose the Joe’s Ankle Skinny Jeans in Silver (click here to buy) for this styling post. These are a pair of jeans that are bold on their own, but when styled a certain way, you can either have them as the base of a look or as the stand out piece. You can see my cold weather ready looks below.
For the first look I went for a minimal approach by pairing them with neutrals so the jeans stand out. I styled them with the Topshop Borg Biker Jacket, T by Alexander Wang T Shirt, Bottega Veneta Belt, and Celine Sandals. I wanted to break up the look a bit with the red belt. That little pop of color keeps the upper body from looking like a marshmallow. Just like the belt, the sandals help the look as well. When there is this much lack of color going on at the top, a shoe like this helps keep the outfit look modern with its barely there style.
Silver is a color that I find works really well with neutrals, but when styled with the right colors and pieces, it can work as a base just like every other pair of jeans. For this look, I decided to pair the jeans with the J Brand Daria Shirt, a Topshop Puffer Vest, Marant Lazio Boots, and a Diesel Belt. I could not think of any other style denim shirt to pair with these pants. I think one that is patched with different shades and slightly oversized works best with the silver. I would suggest tucking the shirt in and roll the sleeves up as wearing it this way dresses down the smart aspect that silver jeans tend to give off.