The overalls trend is still going strong into the new season. Black Orchid has taken the style and slimmed it down to one that is sleek enough to wear on a day out.
The style comes in two washes, a classic blue because you just cannot make an overall without the classic color. Then one in a wash that Black Orchid does best, grey. They make some of my favorite greys ever and seeing an overall in the wash feels fresh from the many incarnations in blue that we have been seeing. Which one do you like? You can click here to purchase these styles EXCLUSIVELY from Shopbop.
Distressed denim is definitely one of the strongest styles that Rag & Bone always gets right. Then add one of my favorite aesthetics, the ankle zipper, I cannot be anything but pleased with the jeans. That is exactly what is going on with Rag & Bone’s new Zipper Capri in Shredded.
Cut in their always flattering skinny style, they are cropped with an ankle zipper at the inseam. So whether you are on the taller side or petite, this style will look great zipped or unzipped at the ankles with anything from boots to slip-ons, as styled here. You can click here to purchase them now from the Rag & Bone website for $231.
The denim skirt has been reinvented in a flirty way by Current/Elliott. The style is slowly kicking off again this season with many brands releasing the classic take on the style in many lengths, but when it comes to being a step forward, it’s Current/Elliott.
I can already see the girls at Coachella wearing this skirt with a white cropped tank and some boots. How would you style it? You can click here to purchase this skirt from Net-A-Porter for $150.
Check out this new 80′s auto inspired Peacekeeper Denim Jacket by Jacob Davis. I think it’s a great take on such a classic piece! It comes in a slim fit and retails for $264.
The Peacekeeper has a zipper-front closure with back shoulder gussets that provide mobility and allows movement within the arms. The denim is an indigo selvage herringbone from Italy, which is offered in a brushed-bleached wash effect that bleaches out the indigo and enhances the herringbone weave with indigo hues popping through the brush strokes; this gives it a worn-in vintage aesthetic.