Jennifer Garner was spotted picking up daughter Seraphina from school in Los Angeles, California. The actress wore a pair of R13 Slouchy Skinny Jeans in Dirty Blue with an on trend turtleneck and some maroon slippers.
I am not surprised to see Jennifer wear a pair of their slouchier jeans. Even though she has been caught in skinny styles mostly, I find, that she prefers slouchier styles more. I also like that she paired these jeans with the sweater. It adds to the cozy vibe of the jeans. You can click here to purchase R13 at SSENSE.
My new review is rare from the ones I usually do, meaning that they are another pair of blue jeans. The R13 Skinny in Medium Clean to be exact. After so many pairs of black jeans, I thought it would be nice to freshen it up with a great pair of blues. Click through to read my review on these jeans.
I have been waiting to see someone wear a pair of the X-Over jeans. I always thought they were a very intriguing style. With the very fashion forward detailing, I find that the fit is actually really nice. The tapered leg and slightly harem style, I find, makes them very easy to wear. Would you wear these jeans? You can click here to purchase these jeans from LaGarconne for $395.
The R13 Chaps are definitely a standout piece. Many have thought, along with myself, that they are not a versatile pair. As I paid more attention to them, I started to notice how versatile they actually are and started to find them one of the best designed pairs out. Whether you choose a more feminine look or something more casual, I put together three different looks that will definitely change your perspective of this style.
When looking at these jeans recently, I have been thinking that they have a very “lounging on the couch” vibe. I find that they work really well with slouchy knits like this one here from Zara. Since this is a look that is a stay in look, I chose not to pair them with shoes, but with some printed socks by Missoni and then added a belt by Shipley Halmos to dress the look up a bit with a half tuck. I then finished everything off with a book by Grace Coddington.