Rag & Bone jeans
Alyson Hannigan had her hands full while she carried her daughter’s Halloween costume. She was later photographed dressed up for Halloween as a leprechaun and taking her daughters trick or treating.
Before switching into her costume, Alyson wore a pair of Rag & Bone skinny jeans in Buxton with a camo print sweater and black Isabel Marant boots. I think this is a great gray wash and think it looks really nice with the green tones in her sweater. Check out Lorna’s round up of Gray Jeans here and buy Rag & Bone online from Shopbop.com.
The motorcycle jeans are still going strong and Rag & Bone has released their take on this seasons biggest trend. For theirs, they didn’t take a literal approach to the classic style and did their interpretation by mixing it with their military inspiration of the season.
The style features a detail that has become a signature of the brand; zippers, with seaming details at the knees that give the look of patches like the ones of hiking pants. Whether you wear these on the streets or on an excursion through the wild, they will make a statement without giving too much. You can click here to purchase them in Waxed Olive and Waxed Black, both from Shopbop.
Jennifer Garner was spotted getting some breakfast with her daughter Seraphina in Brentwood, California. The actress wore a pair of Rag & Bone Skinny jeans in Sheffield and accessorized them with a Prada bag.
It is great to see Jennifer pull these jeans back out. I think they are one of her best fitting jeans that she owns and the wash is just timeless. They can be worn years from now and still look current. You can click here to purchase Rag & Bone from Shopbop.
Khloe Kardashian was seen running from her car with some Starbucks in hand as she made her way into an office building in Los Angeles, California.
Khloe wore her new Rag & Bone Ripped Skinny Jeans in Brom again, this time with a pair of Timberland boots and a cream jacket. These jeans were designed exclusively for Intermix and you can buy them online at their website for $189.
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com.