As one of the OG premium denim brands, Rag and Bone has been a celeb and hipster favorite for their British heritage and directional, modern design.
Their commitment to high-quality in material and design has kept the brand relevant, even after being established in 2002
This article is going to give you the skinny on the best fit, things to look out for, and a few other brands to check out if you love Rag + Bone.
Ready? Let’s go!
Rag and Bone Jean Sizing Chart
Though it sounds like marketing talk, the truth is that their entire collection is very, noticeably comfortable. This is due to the fabric technology they use in their collection. So if comfort is a priority, then check that box as we love Rag and Bone’s fit. Check out the sizing details below, including a link to their fit guide.
Fit Guide from rag-bone.com Rag and Bone Fit Guide
Rag and Bone Jeans Size Review – to Size Up or Down?
Recent reports (2018) have shown Rag and Bone running a little big, so keep that in mind when looking. One thing to note is that the different fits are made of different material. Any blend material — that includes synthetics or elastic — will be more forgiving.
Here is a PurseBlog discussion that should help you out – but be warned, it’s a few years old. Here is a PurseBlog discussion that should help you out – but be warned, it’s a few years old.
If you don’t want to go through the work of breaking in a traditional fabric blend like Rag and Bone, check out DL1961. They have a similar price point, are famously comfortable, and have the same NYC aesthetic.
👍 Rule of Thumb Rag and Bone Women’s tend to run true to fit to slightly big.
Are Rag and bone jeans worth it?
In the early 2000s, Rag and Bone established itself a one of the top “premium” denim brands. Since then, as we all know, there has been a huge boom in the amount of premium denim out there, so there are definitely more options to choose from.
With all these options, you must be asking, “Are Rag and Bone” worth it? Our answer is yes, with a few things to consider.
Rag and Bone’s Best Women’s Styles
Our favorites from Rag and Bone’s women’s denim line.
The high rise skinny are a cropped classic high rise skinny made in Japanese denim with a faded black wash. These black jeans are our favorite of their skinny jeans.
A cropped mid-rise boyfriend fit jean – there is also a “Dre” which is a full length vs the ankle shown above. I prefer the ankle as it makes your legs look longer and you don’t have to worry about your cuffs hitting the ground.
Lowkey this is my favorite fit from their entire collection. The “Chester” is a 90s throwback – comfy, workman inspired jean. I would put this pair first, but it’s not the most versatile look, so I don’t know if it’s the right buy if you are looking at getting your first pair.
Rag and Bone As Seen On
As Seen On…
Here Are Some Similar Jeans You May Like
If you have a pair or two of Rag and Bones and like the fit, here are some other jeans you will love.
Rag and Bone Jeans vs DL1961
DL1961 has the same “go with anything” style, premium quality, and some may say more comfortable fit.
Rag and Bone Jeans vs 3×1
More premium than even the premium Rag and Bone, 3×1 are the answer if you are looking for denim that is so chic and so prefect
Rag and Bone Jeans vs Paige Jean
An all around good bet for premium denim, Paige has a California cool style that counterbalances the NYC edge of Edge and Bone.
Looking for More Denim Reviews?
Of all the denim brands we’ve surveyed, Rag and Bone scored the highest among satisfaction and love from those who wear their jeans. Personally, I’ve found the brand to be excellent and always improving their washes, design, and aesthetic.
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