Mary-Kate Olsen was spotted in New York after having some lunch. She sported a striped jacket with a white button-up with her custom-made jeans by Maxfields LA. She finished off her look with a bag from her new handbag line for The Row. I do like this outfit. I like all the colors and prints together, even the shoes. The prints are amazing on those. I do just wish the jacket was a bit smaller, or unbuttoned. It looks unintentionally oversized in my opinion.
I think this would be an even more amazing out without the jacket. The shirt underneath looks amazing with the jeans. I’m seriously going through a white button-up/henley phase right now. I love the look of a white button-up, even more than a white tee. They are just one of the most versatile pieces, I find. It can be worn casually rolled up on the sleeves, not buttoned all the way or clean and professional.
Ms. Moss was spotted out in her Black Orchid Black Jewel Jeggings in Newton again while out an about in London. Kate finally gave her black tees a rest an opted for a white one this time. I do like the wash of these jeans and the little whiskering here and there. I find them to have that dark blue wash that is very versatile.
I wonder if a regular blue pair of jeans is Kate’s way of joining the colored denim trend? Everyone knows she loathes color most of the time. I guess if you are Kate Moss, no trend really matters. I would like to see her rock some red though. If not denim maybe at least the red leather Balmains or Isabel Marant Soan pants in red. You can click here to purchase Black Orchid jeans at Singer22.
Cindy Crawford was spotted going to dinner at Katsuya Restaurant in Los Angeles, California. The supermodel herself wore a pair of J Brand 912 in Heritage. I love the wash of these jeans ever since Hilary Duff was spotted wearing the wash in the 811 fit. They have such a rich wash to them.
This is the first time I have seen someone other than Kate Moss carry a Kate Moss x Longchamp collection bag. I like this bag. It is unique. the color of the patches are all very bold, yet they work together. You can click here to purchase these jeans at JBrandJeans for $167.
Here is a style that I can relate to. Not the flared part, but the slit. Textile Elizabeth and James have come out with a new style called the “Stewart” jeans. These have a flare with a frayed bottom and a long side slit. I myself have been doing this to my jeans quite a bit after noticing an awkward fit at my ankles sometimes. I do like this concept, but I know it is not for everyone. Especially when you are splurging on a great pair and are scared of destroying them.
I think these are a great style for the summer, in not just the wash but also the cut. I do think they are more sandal jeans than heel jeans. They have a bit more of a casual feel because of the slit. How many of you are a fan of these? You can click here to purchase these jeans at ShopBop for $175.