Check out this new style by AG Adriano Goldschmied. They are the Santa Fe jeans. They feature a cool tribal print going down the outseam of the leg. There are two fits and three washes to choose from, the Stilt in White and 20 Years and the Ex-Boyfriend in 14 Years Damaged.
My favorite from these three would have to be the Stilts in White. I find them to be amazing when I saw them. They are the pair that will make any look you wear them with instantly cooler. These will be available late May and I can’t wait to start seeing some people in them.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was spotted leaving her hotel in New York over the weekend. She wore a pair of bleached out Pierre Balmain Skinny Zip jeans with a red leather jacket and some Opening Ceremony boots.
I am happy to see the Pierre Balmain jeans finally out on someone and Rosie is the best person to be caught in them first. I like the little details on these jeans, like the bleached out wash and the zipper pocket. The little monogram is what caught my eye though. I didn’t realize that it said “PB” at first. It is a great detail that is subtle but still stands out. You can click here to purchase Pierre Balmain from FARFETCH.
Vanessa Hudgens was spotted out and about with boyfriend Austin Butler in New York. She wore a pair of the Henry Duarte x J Brand Suffragette jeans in Minx. I have been waiting to see more people in these jeans. I just think they are great (honestly I would prefer lace-up at the sides or zippers at the ankles, but I don’t think they look bad at the back). Lace-up is getting more popular by the minute and I just love it. I can’t wait to see who else will come out with lace-up styles.
I do wish Vanessa wore a different pair of shoes. I strongly dislike those shoes. I just find them to be very clunky and heavy on just about everyone who wears them. I think a different pair of ankles boots would have worked much better, like the Rag & Bone Newbury boots or the Thakoon Knot Ankle Boots. From the ankles up though, I think this outfit is amazing. Buy J Brand online at JBrand.com.
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This is my second review on the blog. This one will be on an actual pair of denim, I reviewed the J Brand Corporal Pants a few months back. I will be reviewing a pair of the J Brand Kane Slim Straight jeans in Raw Selvedge for this one.
I took these in a size 30. I find them to run a bit smaller in the waist, about a size and a half, compared to their Corporal pants, but that may be due to the fact that they are denim and not twill. I find the fit in the leg to be a bit baggy on me, but that is just on me though. My legs are more on the skinnier side. I don’t mind wearing baggy styles, it’s just these are cut straight so they look like they are hanging on a hanger when I wear them. Hence why I lean towards women’s or tapered styles. Another reason is also length, many of the men’s jeans run on the longer side, around a 34″-36″ inseam (these have a 34″). Tailoring can fix that though.
The material of them is really great. The weaving is what I like. When I see weaving like this, I can stare at the jeans all day and be amazed each time. They also feel really sturdy, yet they still feel really soft. Many of the jeans that are on the sturdier side tend to be really itchy for me. Especially with this Southern California weather that has an identity crises and it goes from cold to burning hot within an hour of just throwing jeans on.
Now for the wash. This has to be my favorite part of the jeans itself. They remind me of a pair of Levi’s that I had quite a few years ago that I wore to death. The wash pretty much goes with everything and for everything (well not formal events of course). They are a dark blue wash with navy/black undertones. I find this to be the perfect combo when getting a pair of dark clean denim. I’ve seen quite a few pairs that tend to be on the more indigo side which I don’t really like, but these don’t. The wash is one of the best dark blues, in my opinion.
Though the fit was off for me, I would still recommend these for other people. I have seen quite a few instances when they do fit and look amazing on the person. The wash itself will make just about anyone fall for them. Out of all the styles from their men’s collection, the Johnny and Dylan might be a better fit on me since they are tapered. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the J Brand website for $196.