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Welcome to Tried & Tested, Bex Salmon has reviewed Rag & Bone’s Nina High Rise, Skinny Jean for ilovejeans.com.
Bex filled out the ‘Review Your Jeans‘ form and earnt herself an easy £20 ($20 if you’re in the US) voucher of her choice.
Tell us about the jean you wish to review:
I am a big fan of the Rag & Bone brand, so would like to review the brand as a staple.
Which Body Shape are you?
Tall / Long & Leggy. 34 inch inside leg
Why did you choose this jean to review?
I chose Rag & Bone Nina High Rise Skinny because they have been my go-to brand for about 15 years. I have a variety of styles from the brand, from boyfriend to super skinny, to ankle and cigarette leg.
The forward-thinking teams at Rag & Bone upgrade their styles regularly but never compromise on quality. They always have staples on the racks, from skinnies to flare.
I have found that their darker denim consistently fades to a glorious vintage look and there’s just enough elastane going on to accommodate a couple of cakes.
The rear pocket design is small and neat and lends itself to giving any bottom a decent accent of pert.
I never head down the jegging with a sewn pocket route, unless you’re young and skinny, I don’t think they suit most frames…but then I’m a dedicated Jean Jeanie for upwards of 40 years now…
Rag & Bone jeans rise to fit your physique, personally I am slim-hipped with a 34′ inside leg, so I generally go for a mid to high rise ankle in a skinny. However when I’m heading down the casual boyfriend route, I do a lower rise and a cigarette leg, so they can sit lower and skim my lower leg. The fit is true to size so I suggest keep to your normal size.
I love an unfinished hem and am a great ‘turner-upper’ but they give you choice in that too, you can have a frayed, an unfinished or a neatly sewn hem.
Regardless of hem finish, it’s entirely how your dress them. I think most finishes can be dressed up with a vertiginous blister-inducing pump or an outsized McQueen Runway trainer, it’s definitely all about the shirt you finish the look with.
The brand is expensive and has dedicated stores worldwide, as well as concessions in the big stores but they have a regular supply of end of line (which will always be repeated in some guise) on The Outnet, so well worth a look if your stepping into Rag & Bone waters for the first time.
And when it comes to accessorising with boots, sneakers and bags, Rag and Bone are all over that too. But that’s another story.
It’s a 10/10 from me!
Bex gives this brand and style of jean a bit thumbs up for her Long & Leggy body shape!
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A big thank you to Bex Salmon for this detailed review of her favourite Rag & Bone Skinny Jeans. Bex is a content and social media consultant. Check out her Instagram @bexdoesdenim
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