RM StyleFinds: Jeans from Boot-Cut to Boyfriend!

I think everyone remembers that moment when jeans went from being a staple to an essential.  And now you can find jeans in almost every shape and style from baggy to form fitting.  Here are a few of my favorite jean designers and styles that will give you multiple wardrobe options for day or night.

Mih Jeans – London Kara Navy Bootcut – $185

I came across this designer a couple years back when travelling through Brittain, and couldnt believe I hadnt seen them before. Fantastic fit and the multitude of washes and shades makes it one of the most coveted brands out there Mih Jean.

Gap Boyfriend Jean – $69.95

Yes, the boyfriend jean has been around for a long time, but I love this modern update low rise with narrow legs by the Gap.

Citizen of Humanity Racer Ultra Skinny – $229


This basic jean that can be the building block for several different outfits. It can be worn during the day or with a glitzy blazer and some heels at night.

Karl Back Zip Skinny Jeans – $185


The prefect ‘dress me’ up jean for that night out on the town.

Marant – Etoile Isabel Print -$ 370

Prints are everywhere this season, and who better than to hit the nail on the mark but Isabel Marant – nobody does it better.


Gabriela von Pfetten gave up her West Village apartment in New York for the beauty and tranquility of Vancouver. She loves combing through vintage stores, and supporting new designers. She is bold with color and never shies away from new trends. She believes one can put a great wardrobe together whether you shop at Target or Chloe. She says it’s less about the clothing and more about the woman and the confidence she carries.

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