Rag & Bone jeans
Rag & Bone has gotten inspiration from the streets. With their new Tomboy in Classic Graffiti, the label had a little fun with their surroundings and created a style that is fun yet still subtle. Instead of going the route that many go with an all out printed jean, they gave just enough impact by just printing the waistband.
There is a liveliness to these jeans that I really appreciate and they chose the perfect wash and cut for it. It is one that works with the detailing in a harmonious way while still falling into the theme of ‘skater kids ease’ that they are known for. I cannot wait to see these out on someone like Rihanna or Ciara, who I can see wear them more slouchy with a simple tank. Who would you like to see in these jeans? You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Rag & Bone website for $265.
Sara Gilbert was spotted at the park to celebrate her daughter’s birthday in Beverly Hills, California. The actress wore a pair of the Rag & Bone Skinny in Rock with Holes with a striped t shirt and some sneakers.
I really like that Sara sticks to keeping her jeans on the more slouchy side. Even though I do like a pair of fitted jeans, there is an authenticity to the way she chooses to wear her jeans that is unique to her that I appreciate and that is what jeans are meant to be, personal. You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP.
I am someone that prefers overalls to be styled and fitted in a laid back casual way like this look here. I find when it is overdressed and tight it can look too contrived and lose the appeal of what the classic style is about. How do you style your overalls? You can click here to purchase Rag & Bone and these flats both from SHOPBOP.
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The denim shirt has definitely been reinvented for the summer. No longer are they just the classic button front shirts that give off a western vibe. The new take on the textile for tops has been streamlined into a piece that will give the classic double denim look a new vibe that is unexpected from before.
One label that took that idea a step further is Rag & Bone. Instead of just doing the classic light blue wash that is common this season, they stepped it up with by giving the chambray the ombre treatment. The piece feels fresh and will just take your look to a fun, flirty vibe that denim doesn’t usually take. What are your thoughts on this piece and how would you style it? You can click here to purchase this piece from the Rag & Bone website.