Rag & Bone The Skinny Jeans in Harbour Review

Rag & Bone The Skinny Jeans in Harbour Review

Rag & Bone The Skinny Jeans in Harbour Review

I’m doing my next denim review on the Rag & Bone The Skinny Jeans in Harbour. I will say that I usually tend to opt for darker denim or mid blue washes over ones that are incredibly light, but I thought it would make a nice change with Summer now here to go for a really light blue wash this time around. I’ve been a fan of Rag & Bone for years now, loving their cropped skinnies and their boyfriend jeans, even their shorts, but I hadn’t yet posted much about them here on The Jeans Blog which is surprising! So, lets get straight to the review.

I’m sure a lot of you know that The Skinny from Rag & Bone is their skinniest legging jeans style that they have. It is made from denim, but super stretchy so it is more like a cross mix between a light weight stretch jean and a denim legging. The denim is made of 98% cotton and 2% polyurethane and I would say it’s extremely lightweight and versatile.

I took my regular size of a 26, but I would actually go as far as saying these do run a little bit big. You can see from the modelled photos below that they do have a bit of wrinkling on my legs as they are a tiny bit loose, but that’s also made worse with the inseam being a bit long for me. I mentioned above that I love their cropped jeans, so I to tend to favour those over the full length skinnies like these. They feature an 8 inch rise, a 30 inch inseam and a 10 inch leg opening, so they do have that classic skinny jean cut to them.

In terms of the wash, the Harbour wash is a really washed out and vintage inspired light blue. I would say that it has some bleach grey undertones to it as it is extremely light. It’s much lighter than anything I’m used to so if you are looking for something really faded and pale for Summer, you might want to check these out. They have little areas of distressed flecks on them throughout the thighs as you can see in the photos, and are faded more around the butt and thighs to give that authentic faded look.

In all honesty I would say that these are definitely not my favourite pair of Rag & Bone jeans in my collection, but that’s purely based on my love for darker washes, not anything else. For those of you who love light blues, these will be a great choice for you!

In terms of how they fit on the butt, I have always thought that Rag & Bone are fantastic butt jeans. Their back pockets are shaped perfectly and they are that in-between size which is flattering, not overwhelming. I think the subtle Rag & Bone trademark line down the middle of the back pockets is also so helpful to the illusion of a pert butt.

These jeans are what I would call a classic from them as they have no fussing, no over the top shredding or rips, nothing but a simple and clean (with subtle marks) wash on a classic skinny cut. I think for me personally, seeing as I have shorter legs, these would be fantastic in their cropped skinny cut! But for those of you with a regular leg length or taller, these will be great fitting just as they are. I wore them around for a good while and I found them extremely comfortable with the amount of stretch they have to them and give. Very easy to wear for travelling, sitting, stair climbing etc without feeling restricted, which is always something I look for in a pair of jeans! How many of you love The Skinny from Rag & Bone? You can buy these jeans online at Revolve Clothing for $225.

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