Mary-Kate Olsen was spotted running some errands in West Hollywood, California. The designer wore a pair of TEXTILE Elizabeth and James Johnny Jeans in Onyx with some suede boots and a navy blazer. She also added a scarf to beat the chill.
We have seen both Mary-Kate and her sister Ashley in these many times now. It is great to see how different the wear is on each of their pairs. I also like that Mary-Kate prefers to wear these on the more fitted side because it somehow adds an edgier feel to the jeans, almost giving a Saint Laurent sense to them. I can’t wait to see her in them again. You can click here to purchase these TEXTILE jeans from SHOPBOP.
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Brenda Song was spotted heading to the store to do some shopping in Studio City, California. The actress wore a pair of the FRAME Denim Le Color Rip in Grey with some Marant sneakers and a simple black tank.
I have been waiting to see someone out in these jeans. The Le Color Rip style has always been a favorite of mine and to see it in a really amazing grey wash takes the style to another level. There is some really great wear to add depth to the look that compliments the tears really well. What do you think of them? You can click here to purchase these EXCLUSIVELY at Intermix.
I wanted to choose a pair of jeans that were a bit different from the usual classic cut and the Slash jeans by Hudson are just that. The exposed zip and the lace-ups on the side add a cool vibe to them that is edgy and modern. The details standout, yet being kept tonal to the wash of the jeans, it keeps them versatile and can take you from chic to something more casual. See the three ways I styled them below.
I wanted to take these jeans to a more feminine route with this look here, something that is very prim. I chose to pair the jeans with a t shirt by Rag & Bone and boots by Saint Laurent. I then added a few feminine touches to the look with a coat by Scotch & Soda and a Vita Fede cuff to finish it all off.
I wanted to go for something that was a little in between with this look here. Something that still felt chic while still having a casual sense. Pairing the jeans with an old school pair of Adidas Superstars was the first thought. The cropped fit along with the details gives off a Parisian chic vibe when paired with the sneakers. As I am not the biggest fan of pairing together white shoes with a white top, I went for a black men’s t-shirt by Theory for the slouch that it’ll offer. Then to pull it all together and take it away from casual, a long tailored coat by TOPSHOP.
This is the most casual of the looks, but unlike most of the my other takes on casual, I chose a pair of Sam Edelman ballet flats as the shoe of choice. We don’t see much of them lately and I find that they play off the jeans really well. To keep that casual/Marant-feel going, I chose a slouchy sweater by TOPSHOP (similar) and a woven belt by Caputo & Co.. Then to finish the look, a heavy knit scarf by White + Warren to keep the chill away.
-From running errands to heading to a meeting, how many of you are looking to update your classic looks with a pair like these?
Rag & Bone is definitely one to look at when it comes to distressed styles. The team just knows how to take a modern approach to vintage inspirations and keep the vibe of their jeans feeling organic.
With their new Surfer Repair wash, the jeans are just as the name says. The wash feels as though you have been trekking through the coastal sands in your favorite jeans and building a story along the way. They have tears of what would be from climbing the rocks and patches underneath to give off the vibe as though you are just not ready to part with them just yet. They are truly a well thought out pair that I can see becoming just another popular jean by the label. You can click here to purchase these jeans from Intermix and the Rag & Bone website.