drop-crotch jeans women

Gwen Stefani and her oldest son, Kingston, were enjoying a mother/son day out in Beverly Hills, and Gwen was wearing a pair of her favorite style jeans.

She does love ’em drop-crotch, or slouchy – like the ones here, or boyfriend style. She’s one of the few celebrities who really seem to have her own way of choosing her denim independent of “yes fashion” or “no fashion. An she always looks great in whatever she wears, genius! Hardly ever have we spotted her in those “mandatory” skinny stretchy spandex jeans LOL!

Gwen’s jeans have the “required” distressing and paint splatters, and the fit is a bit baggier than skinny jeans, but not quite as relaxed as a boyfriend style.

Gwen paired her jeans with a graphic t-shirt, proclaiming “Jamaica no problem”, and a pair of mesh booties from Louboutin, the Andaloulou Boots.

She usually wears a pair of jeans from her favorite Italian brand, Dsquared2, but we can’t confirm that the jeans she’s wearing here are from the brand. Check out some slouch skinny options here.

slouchy jeans


  1. These fit her very well and they have good drape. This is a hard look to wear because the dropped crotch distorts the body shape. Then the stilt shoes shorten the leg. But, she’s pulling it off. I like mesh booties. I recently got a low heel pair from Zara.

  2. PS. I would not call these slouch skinny jeans. They are loose. Had they fit skinnier, they would not work. Drape is important, too I’m crazy about the cut and drape of the new Rag & Bone boyfriend jeans. Be sure to get these loose enough. Fitted, these jeans would make a person look like Gumby. This look puts a spotlight on the mid section and lower back, even when the shirt is tucked in. If you have a great mid section, like Stephani, this is a not so obvious way to show it off. Conversely, if your midsection isn’t your best feature, a pair of higher rise denim trousers would be just as cool and very flattering.

  3. I have always been a fan of Gwen’s sence of style! Always original and not so trendy!

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