Rag & Bone jeans
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Brandi Glanville, left on a flight from Los Angeles International Airport to a new destination.
For the flight, Brandi wore her Rag & Bone Boyfriend Jeans in Moss W/Holes, pairing them with a white shirt and some tan ankle boots. It looks like she has worn these countless times as the rips on the knees are incredibly blown out. I think it adds a lot more character to the jeans though, I really like it. Buy these jeans online at Shopbop.com.
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Emma Roberts was snapped leaving The Oaks Gourmet after grabbing a quick breakfast in Los Angeles, California.
Emma wore a pair of Rag & Bone The Skinny Jeans in La Paz with some Charlotte Olympia flats and a simple black tee. I love the raw hem on these jeans, it looks really nice and I think it pairs well with flats! Buy Rag & Bone online at Shopbop.com.
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Ashley Benson was spotted out to lunch with a friend in Hollywood, California. The actress stuck to her favorite brand, Rag & Bone, with their new Zipper Capri in Doheny. She paired the jeans with a leather jacket, loafers and her favorite Saint Laurent bag.
I have always been a fan of the Zipper Capri style by Rag & Bone. The choice of putting the zipper at the inseam instead of the side has always been something that I appreciated. It makes them standout against the other zipper styles and will always feel edgier in my opinion. How many of you are fans of the Zipper Capri? You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Rag & Bone website.
Nadia Comaneci was seen making her way through LAX Airport (as are most celebs) into a waiting hoard of paparazzi.
For the flight, Nadia wore a pair of the Rag & Bone Miramar Sweat Pants, pairing them with ankle boots, a tee and a long puffer coat. We have seen numerous celebs in the Miramar while at the airport and I know why. They are incredibly comfortable sweat pants which look like jeans. Buy these on sale at Rag & Bone for $150.
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