Kendall Jenner Wears RE/DONE Levi’s Jeans


Reality TV star and model, Kendall Jenner, headed into Go Greek for some frozen yogurt treats in Beverly Hills, California and then headed back to her car. It’s been a little while since we got to blog about Kendall actually as the Kardashian/Jenner family are keeping a much lower profile at the moment due to the unfortunate events in Paris.

Kendall wore a pair of RE/DONE Levi’s Jeans with a printed t-shirt, and some white ankle boots, finished off with some red sunglasses and a furry key ring. I remember back when Sarah Jessica Parker used to cuff her jeans like this by folding the hem up a lot, but she obviously did that as she’s very petite. It’s definitely an interesting look with a cuff as thick as this, but it’s one that never suits me as I have really short legs and it makes them look shorter.

I think RE/DONE Levi’s is the most popular brand of the moment this year! We definitely go through phases in the denim industry and I remember when J Brand exploded the denim world a few years ago, as did Current/Elliott, then other brands like FRAME and SIWY have also done that in places, so it’s now RE/DONE Levi’s turn to be the trend for a while. What are your thoughts on brands that become extremely popular at once compared to the brands that have a more classic longevity like PAIGE, Diesel, Citizens of Humanity, 7 For All Mankind etc?

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  1. Jenny Stewart
    October 17, 2016 / 3:01 pm

    Honestly, I am not a huge fan of Re/Done. I have tried going on their website and on other sites that carry Re/Done, but I can never find a pair that I like. They are all unique, which is cool, but I think the ones I’ve seen available for purchase have not been as cool looking as the ones I’ve seen on your blog. I am also not a fan of the middle seam on the back between the pockets. It looks obviously different from the original seams. I think I prefer the CoH Liya.

    • Lorna
      October 18, 2016 / 5:53 pm

      I can see what you mean about the seam on the butt, it does look different, as do some of the inseams and outerseams. It’s definitely challenging finding vintage jeans though, I can look for months and never find a wash I love.

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