Rag & Bone jeans
Blake Lively was snapped while visiting her husband, Ryan Reynolds on the set of his newest film, Mississippi Grind. Earlier in the month, Blake was seen sitting front row at the Michael Kors show.
She wore a Rag & Bone hooded jean jacket with a pair of plaid shorts layered over tights, and a pair of oxfords. We’ve seen a lot of denim combination pieces, on jackets especially, but I like that the combination fabric on this is actually a sort of black and white patterned sweatshirt style, instead of just gray material or leather.
I think that this pair is one of my favorite styles from Rag & Bone, I think the distressing on it is done perfectly. Emma seems to be a fan of these as well, since she’s been featured quite a few times on the blog wearing them. You can see how else she’s worn them here and you can buy Rag & Bone online at Shopbop.com.
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.
Jessica Alba was seen with her daughters at the park in West Hollywood, California over the weekend. The family looked to be having a lot of fun!
Jessica wore a pair of Rag & Bone The Skinny Jeans in Sheffield with a simple white tee, a long cardigan and some sneakers. She threw on a hat in navy to match. I like these jeans a lot actually and have always been a fan of the Sheffield wash, it’s really pretty. I think Jess really changed the vibe of them with the thick cuff at the ankles. You can buy Rag & Bone jeans online at Shopbop.com.
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com.