Just because there is a new season it doesn’t mean trends won’t carry on to the next. J Brand is one that modifies each trend for each season and make them lust-worthy each time. For fall they turned their brightly colored 811s into moodier, darker colors.
When I saw the new 811 Mid-Rise jeans in Black Cherry, I instantly fell for them. I love the black cherry/wine color of them. If you still haven’t gotten into the colored trend I think these would be a good choice. They have a deep maroon color that I think is quite versatile. They would look great with a gray tee, green military jacket, and a shoe like the Givenchy cut-out booties (the ones Nicky Hilton and Nicole Richie sport numerous times). If you are a guy that would like to try this, I think you can pull off the same look by switching out the heels with some black Vans or Chucks. You can click here to purchase these jeans at Singer22 for $170.
When I saw these on the AG Facebook page they immediately caught my attention, mostly due to the fact that anything red just stands out against anything. Many have fallen for the colored denim and waxed trends. So what could be better than to combine the two together?
These also come in black, but the red would have to be my favorite. What I love about them is that they are a waxed red skinny jean. So they mock the look of red leather. Which is even better! I am just a sucker for red leather. I don’t think these photos are doing the leather look justice though, like the other few that I have seen of them. When I mean they look like leather, these actually do.
AG has really stepped up the game with their styles for the upcoming fall season. We are used to seeing the worn, vintage looking styles for many seasons by them. I think when these and the other styles are available many of their diehard followers will be surprised. In good way. I hope to see these and the other styles on someone soon.
I was doing my usual denim browsing on Net-A-Porter and came across these jeans by Current/Elliott. They are the new Stiletto Skinny in Camel Leopard. I think these are great. I love that Current/Elliott came out with these jeans. We usually only spot dark and vintage washed blues and blacks. Recently though they have gone outside of what we are used to and added some color, then these. What do you readers think of these? Celebrities such as Vanessa Hudgens, Hilary Duff, and Whitney Port are already fans of the leopard jeans. You can click here to purchase these jeans at Net-A-Porter for $200.
JustFabulous, the monthly VIP membership program that grants consumers access to celebrity stylists and the latest trends in shoes and handbags, launches a premium denim collection at a runway show at the Style Night event in New York City. Chief Stylist, Jessica Paster, has put her coveted touch on the collection by styling each look presented in the show, to inspire VIPs.
Denim is the first ready to wear collection available from JustFab.com and the brand’s second entrée into a new category this year, following eyeware. JustFabulous Denim consists of four styles: The Boot, The Cigarette, The Straight and The Flare in various washes, including light, vintage, grey, black and dark. All jeans are produced by a renowned Los Angeles‐based premium denim brand. JustFabulous Jeans are available in sizes 25 to 36, ranging from a 32” to a 35” inseam. Each pair of jeans is available for $39.95, like all other JustFab shoes, bags and eyewear.
Co‐CEO of JustFabulous Adam Goldenberg states, “We are not only very excited to offer our customers a new category and product, but we are also providing them a fun way to experience the launch. One of the core pillars of JustFab is to make online shopping fun. This event and flash sale certainly achieves that, utilizing all of our social media channels and maximizing our customer activity ‐ further redefining social shopping online.” JustFab Denim became available on June 15th , 2011 immediately following the livestream fashion show. What do you think of the collection? Amy Smart and Kimora Lee have been seen in the jeans too.