Here is the look at the new Spring 2013 racing/nomad inspired collection by Rag & Bone. The clothes had the classic cool aesthetic that Rag & Bone is known for. Slouchy pants, loose shirts and layering reigned this season.
What kept this collection fresh was the color palette, which has to be one of my favorites that has walked so far. The greens, corals, blues, whites, and greys were the color of choice. You can see the full collection below.
Hilary Duff made an appearance at The Mindy Project party at the Skybar at the Mondrian Los Angeles in West Hollywood, California. She wore her favorite pair of leather pants, the Current/Elliott Pull Up Zip Leather Leggings in Black.
I much prefer this outfit to the previous one. I find the looser shirt to be more flattering paired with the leggings this time. I also like the necklace choice this time around. The adornment of the horns is a really nice touch to the whole look. You can click here to purchase Current/Elliott at SINGER22.
I think Mila looks amazing in boyfriend jeans. I actually prefer to see her wear these opposed to skinnies. The pairing of the shirt with these jeans is great, in my opinion. It keeps the outfit from looking too sloppy and more feminine. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the J brand website for $218.
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Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted taking her son James Wilkie to school in New York. She wore a pair of the Current/Elliott Multi Zip Stiletto in Grey Camo with a yellow striped shirt and some gold flats. These jeans have really grown on me. After seeing them on Portia De Rossi a couple of weeks ago, it actually made me fond of them, but seeing them now has made me kind of want to try them out.
What I like about Sarah Jessica is that she does not fear mixing prints, colors and textures together. She constantly mixes them and just always looks chic. I never would have thought a combination like this one would look so amazing. You can click here to purchase these jeans at Shopbop for $218.
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