Rose McGowan was spotted doing some shopping at Madewell in Los Angeles, California. She wore her Rag & Bone Legging jeans in Midnight again. This time Rose didn’t opt for her usual cuff and decided to tuck them into boots. I wonder if she read our last post.
When I first saw this picture I thought this was Emma Stone. One: being that she is shopping at Madewell and two: this outfit just screams Emma Stone. Emma loves herself a duffel jacket. You can click here to purchase these jeans at Shopbop for $165.
Rag & Bone has taken over DenimBlog this past year. Ever since they launched their colored collection, everyone had to be caught in a pair. They have been spotted on everyone from Miranda Kerr to Emma Stone and Zoe Saldana to Sarah Jessica Parker. They all have a pair.
Out of all the celebrities that have been seen in Rag & Bone, Khloe Kardashian has taken the crown as “Rag & Bone Queen.” She has been seen in every wash from the Shoreditch to the Peacock to the her new Vintage pair (above). Ever since she put on her first pair in red earlier this year, she was rarely caught outside of them. From experience, I know why they are her go-tos. Perfectly cut and slimming. Have you caught the Rag & Bone bug yet? You can check out many of the celebrities below and click here to purchase your pair now at Shopbop.
It looks like Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone decided to go public with their relationship. The new couple were spotted out and about in New York for a day stroll. I wonder if Emma will go back blonde or if she’ll just don a wig for the re-shoots of Spiderman?
Andrew wore a pair of Levi’s 511 Skinny Jeans in Madder Used Brown Corduroy with a Rag & Bone Varsity jacket. I love these cords. It has a wine-ish brown color that I just find really amazing and versatile. It goes so well with the Rag & Bone jacket, which is one of the coolest jackets that I have seen. It is one that you can just throw over anything and look great. Andrew’s whole look here is just great for a casual day.
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