Oksana Gedroit Jager in AG Jeans

The vintage look and feel is still going strong and AG Jeans is one of those brands that leads the pack. Their beautiful line of jeans that each simulate various years of wear (and love) are highly coveted, and from personal experience, to die for! They are so amazingly soft and hold up for years on end. They also make great canvasses for custom distressing, if that’s your thing! Here is model Oksana Gedroit Jager in AG Jeans, wearing the Farrah Skinny Crop in 10 Years Liberation. This high rise, medium wash cropped skinny is a great one for year-round wear, and features a touch of stretch due to the brand’s 12.25oz Memory Stretch Denim technology. The fabric also includes eco-friendly Tencel for additional softness! Oksana has added her own touch with her ripped up knees as she takes a NYC walk in the rain with her puppy. I own a few pairs of AG Jeans and I am seriously impressed with how soft they are..and they always stay in place and move with me without bunching up or needing adjustments throughout the day! They are always a brand that I run to for reliability and comfort.

Get the AG Jeans Farrah Skinny Crop in 10 Years Liberation here.

4 COMMENTS

  1. I love this whole outfit. Caution: AG jeans do not hold their shape. Best to wear this style a bit loose, as shown in the picture. And if your knees aren’t your best feature, buy another pair and cut out the areas that you do want to show off. Recently I saw a girl wearing loose but not sloppy straight high rise jeans with a 10″ cut out in the front knee / lower thigh area of one leg and the same cut out in the back of the other leg. She was sender and had great skin. The jeans showed off her size and her skin, but she still looked neat and lady-ish because nothing too racy was showing and there were no serious frays. I’m keeping that in mind for spring. I hope I find a pair of jeans with that cut by then.

    • I dunno man, I have two pairs of the AG stilt and they are my favorites because they are lightweight, fit me without falling down or needing to be adjusted and they keep their shape through wear after wear after wear πŸ™‚

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