This time, instead of posting the complete Rag & Bone ginormous lookbook here, we opted to post about their key-styles and provide you with the links of where to buy…..Yeah, dear readers, we hear you and we hope you’re smiling happily now!! At any rate, if you want to check out all their looks, you can do so on their website.

Ranging from super skinnies with the Rag & Bone trademark back pockets, to the ripped and baggy boyfriend, they have virtually all styles covered in their S/S 2017 collection. Cropped, regular length and ankle skinnies…

Which one is your favorite style?

skinny jeans
Lou Skinny Jean

A high-rise skinny jean in a vintage-inspired light wash with cuff detail and raw hem in 12 Ounce Japanese stretch broken twill denim.

patchwork jeans
Patched engineer

A relaxed fit tapered-leg jean with engineered seaming detail in 11 ounce rigid Japanese indigo denim in mid & light-tone stone wash. Relaxed fit with pegged legs and two-tone coloring detail

microflare jeans
Crop flare jean

A cropped denim flare with a high-rise and frayed hem in seven ounce Japanese denim. Classic mid-rise cropped flare fit.

black jeans
Crop Flare jean in Black Thorne

A cropped denim flare with a high-rise and frayed hem in ten ounce Japanese denim

slim boyfriend jeans
Dre jean

Mid-rise boyfriend jeans with a slim fit in Japanese denim with a hint of stretch in ten ounce Japanese denim.

capri jeans
Dre Capri Jean

A mid-rise skinny jean with a cropped inseam and released step hem in ten ounce Japanese denim

Stevie Capri Jean

A mid-rise jean with a skinny fit and a cropped inseam finished with a tie detail at the hem in ten ounce Japanese indigo denim.

1 COMMENT

  1. Love Rag & Bone. Thank goodness I don’t like everything they make, because I can’t afford it, but there is always a treasure.
    My favorite right now is the boyfriend jean, on the web site. Well cut straight legs, the brilliant pockets of the engineer pant, light weight denim that drapes well. I am not a fan of the holes, but I’m thinking air conditioning for summer and then the holes can be repaired for fall. I hope they come out with a pair without the holes. I like the cut of the boyfriend better than the Dre, which has slimmer legs.
    LOVE the Lou pockets! I wish they would make a Lou boyfriend or a Lou wide leg that is full length and has no horizontal stripe at the hem. A no-stretch skinny makes no sense to me, since it will break in and lose its shape, and the process will be uncomfortable. The cuff on the Lou skinny is specially shaped and doesn’t look good uncuffed, but a tailor could fix that. There is a pair of cropped Lou wide leg jeans.
    Love the (solid) engineer pant. Wish they would make one without the fur patch in a lighter weight denim. The patched engineer looked clownish on me but I like the weight of the denim.
    I don’t like the tiny high back pockets on the cropped flares. They don’t even look good on the model.
    Rag & Bone stretch skinny jeans don’t have vertical stretch. So, they look best not super tight, and worn by people with the rag & bone body type: smaller seat, fuller thighs, narrow hips.
    A woman who works at Rag & Bone and was wearing a pair of well broken in, loose Dre jeans (perfect) said to expect the no-stretch denim to grow a size and require a belt. She had not sized down when she purchased the Dre jeans and I think she made the right decision. They looked great. I’m thinking I’ll buy the pair that looks and feels best from day 1 and wear a belt when they bag out/break in.
    Rag & Bone always has something that I want. But, the clothes rarely look as expected online. Especially lately, the pictures online don’t show the clothes well. It’s best to try on at the store.

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