When the color trend kicked off a few years back, green was not the most popular among the red and cobalt blues. But as of late, the color has many shades that are soon hitting the stores. From the classic olive to evergreen, there are shades that will fancy anyone’s taste.
Green reads as a neutral with a tough edge in some cases and can be worn in numerous ways. Pair worn and printed styles with graphic t shirts and a leather jacket for a downtown vibe or dress up richer tones with a blazer and crisp white button down.
The denim jacket has been given just about every treatment known to man the past few years. From coated styles to different colorways and patched versions; we have pretty much seen it all. To keep coming out with styles that will standout can get pretty difficult, but somehow Rag & Bone has done it again by reinventing it and making it feel new.
With their new Monterey Denim jacket, they focused on heavy distressing around the collar and waistband. Even taking it a step further from just shredding and actually have it feel as though it’s starting to fall apart. With the obvious details aside, the wash is a standout on its own. It’s a classic blue with hints of grittiness to it, which is something that is hard to do well, I find. This is definitely a piece that I can see many wearing numerous times and even adding to the lived in feel by adding patches. What do you think of a heavily distressed denim jacket? Click here to purchase this jacket from INTERMIX.
The denim jacket has been given another spin by The Row. The Row has always been a brand that focused on a clean aesthetic when it came to the lines and no embellishments of each piece, so this one is no different. Not only is it clean, but the jacket is cut in a kimono style that both designers Mary-Kate and Ashley are fans of.
I could see the designers themselves wearing this piece oversized and cuffed at the sleeve, left undone with jeans or tied up with a floor length skirt. What do you think of this new take on the denim jacket? Click here to purchase this jacket from NET-A-PORTER.
The overall is nothing new for Rag & Bone. The brand had released a clean leather version a couple of seasons back and now they have dipped their hands at what they do best, denim.
When coming out with their version of the denim overall, Rag & Bone decided to keep it classic with a fitted slouchy cut with a front bib pocket. But you can’t expect one of the top brands to blend their style in with the others. As overalls are on the more rugged side, instead of keeping the bib pocket clean, they have given the detail a fold over look that gives them something more. What do you think of this style? You can click here to purchase these now from the Rag & Bone site and from SHOPBOP.