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Sure over 10 years ago, Daniella Clarke introduced the world to the low-rise jean and her Frankie B. brand, but her love for vintage shines bright in the collection she’s put forth for Spring/Summer 2011. With a modern take on classic vintage looks that reminds us of Brigitte Bardot, Daniella takes a soft approach mixing her perfect fit with a higher waistline and brings back the flares (I’ve been digging out my old flares and wearing them a lot lately) while staying true to the brands past season successes by reworking the Maury Cargo, giving a spin on the denim short (called Sweet Gone Sour it is named after the band Frankie and I played in when we were 12). I am so obsessed with the striped jean there aren’t words to describe it and believe me I drop that hint as often as I can!

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16 COMMENTS

  1. I want the striped pants….seriously they need to make designer jeans in larger sizes they are really missing out on some good money over here.

  2. I want the striped pants….seriously they need to make designer jeans in larger sizes they are really missing out on some good money over here.

  3. I want the striped pants….seriously they need to make designer jeans in larger sizes they are really missing out on some good money over here.

  4. If indeed it is true that “over 10 years ago, Daniella Clarke introduced the world to the low-rise jean and her Frankie B. brand” then someone should go on to Wikipedia and properly give the credit because at the moment it certainly does not say that. Set the record straight!

    • As soon as I finish my homework I may take that task on! Good point! AP US History then Wikipedia!

  5. If indeed it is true that “over 10 years ago, Daniella Clarke introduced the world to the low-rise jean and her Frankie B. brand” then someone should go on to Wikipedia and properly give the credit because at the moment it certainly does not say that. Set the record straight!

  6. As soon as I finish my homework I may take that task on! Good point! AP US History then Wikipedia!

  7. Styling looks very good, but high rise..? No thanks. Thats too bad. I’ll stick to my older Frankie’s that are low.

    • I wouldn’t say they are high rise compared to what else is on the market there are still the low rise. I am working on a post about their mid-rise jean that is super cute. The new frankie b’s still fit as fabulously as the older ones! Love a loyal frankie b fan!

  8. Styling looks very good, but high rise..? No thanks. Thats too bad. I'll stick to my older Frankie's that are low.

  9. I wouldn't say they are high rise compared to what else is on the market there are still the low rise. I am working on a post about their mid-rise jean that is super cute. The new frankie b's still fit as fabulously as the older ones! Love a loyal frankie b fan!

  10. I think its great that Frankie B. is making mid and high rise jeans to expand their fan base. But they shouldn’t stop making their patented low rise. There are still us loyal Frankie B. fans that appreciate the low rises they used to make

  11. I think its great that Frankie B. is making mid and high rise jeans to expand their fan base. But they shouldn't stop making their patented low rise. There are still us loyal Frankie B. fans that appreciate the low rises they used to make

  12. I think its great that Frankie B. is making mid and high rise jeans to expand their fan base. But they shouldn't stop making their patented low rise. There are still us loyal Frankie B. fans that appreciate the low rises they used to make

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