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Reviews: 50
Average Rating: 3.5
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I wouldn't use the word
I used to wear Paige a lot and have since moved over to J Brand and Rag & Bone. I wanted more slouchy skinny jeans like the Rag & Bone Dash, and the Dash in white is sold out in a 23 everywhere, so I tried these. 1) They are NOT skinny jeans: they are more like a straight leg. They're not too wide to roll up, but they aren't narrow at the ankle when you do. 2) They are HUGE. I wear a 24 in most Paige for a snug fit. I am 5'2" and about 96 pounds. In a 23 these are enormous- not unwearable, but they have that "I lost a bunch of weight or borrowed my friend's jeans" look. One size smaller and they'd be perfect. I don't know yet if I'll return them or keep them as a weekend white jean and hope they shrink in the wash a bit. 3) On a positive note: reasonably soft, good quality white denim with no tacky show-through pockets or the like. They are also low-heels-length on (petite) me when unrolled, so tall girls should be careful of the length.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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Soft, slouchy jeans
I bought the Dash in camo in a size 24 and loved them,even though they were too large; so when I saw this cut in denim in a 23 I jumped. The great thing about these jeans is that, although slouchy, they are very narrow at the ankle (the "skinny" bit), so they don't look messy, especially when rolled up. The 23 is still loose, but not crazily so, even though it strteches out all day; another size down would be a snug jean with maybe a tiny bit of give. The wash is ok, a little too obviously "washed" for my taste, but nice and soft. The denim has some stretch, too. I feel a bit self-conscious in these jeans as they are loose to baggy around the waist and hips, so I am afraid they look like "mom jeans", especially from behind. However, my husband loves them, so I am taking his word on that!
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Great boots for spring
I've never bought a pair of Newburys before, but I love these. The low boot seems pretty versatile: you can wear it with cuffed jeans or pants and probably with a sundress, or shorts if you can stomach the boots-with-shorts thing (I can't really). I got the blue floral, and sort of wish I had the yellow - but this again is more versatile, and nicely boho but classy at the same time. They're very comfortable; the footbed is a little padded and they're wearable all day in a normal day, although I tested them out at SXSW and they are a touch too much for miles of walking club to club. Sizing: My usual size is 36 to 36.5. I have a pair of R&B convertible boots that are 37; I ordered the 37 and the 36.5 in the Newburys and stayed with the 36.5. I have room for all but the thickest socks. So I'd say R&B runs small but these are just about 1/4 size down.
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Super soft, super slouchy
I do love these jeans but they're not exactly what I expected. Rag & Bone tends to run slim and tight (maybe the jeans are different). I normally take a 23-24 in jeans and in the Rag & Bone main line I'd take a 24 or even a 25 (I'm 5'1" or so and about 96 pounds). I bought a 24 in these and they are VERY slouchy and relaxed. I would love to be able to go a size down and then I think it would be a sexy "slouchy skinny" fit, which is what I expected. The pluses though: these are as soft as pajamas (I expected more of a denim feel - this is like denim you've owned for 15 years), the "graphic camo" print is fresh looking and doesn't look like plain old camo; the slouchiness is not so pronounced that it's overwhelming; and they are nicely slim at the ankles. Also, a Shopbop exclusive to get the Dash in this colour. I would buy this cut again but would be SO happy if they made one size smaller!
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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Posted November 30, 2012
LOVE the shoes - toe caps scratch easily
I love these and have gotten so many compliments on them. The snakeskin in black is subtle and the shape is just right - a loafer with a little substance. They are comfortable with just a little bit of wearing in needed at the heels. The cap toe isn't as shiny as I had feared & the overall effect is subtle. However, the cap toes did scratch on first wearing, pretty badly - the shoes still look good but you need to be OK with them not remaining perfect. I would still buy these again in another color (the gold looks too bright). I am usually between a 6 and 6 1/2: took a 6 1/2 and they fit perfectly.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Posted November 07, 2012
Useful cami
This is a good piece for use under tops that show too much cleavage or if, like me, you need to unbutton your blouses fairly low to accommodate your bust. It's not in the slightest a support piece and if you're endowed you'll wear a bra with it, but it covers up that little "space" nicely without adding bulk.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Posted November 07, 2012
Pretty dress
Sweet lace LBD, very comfortable. I am a small 00 and the 0 is a little large on me, which is normal. I like the wide straps which allow you to wear a bra without showing, making the evening more comfortable - however I had to shorten the straps considerably (I am 5'2") to make the dress work. My biggest caveat would be that I have only worn this dress 2-3 times and the lace is looking a little frayed around the edges. I think it's pretty delicate and doesn't take well to travel or being manhandled at the drycleaner!
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Very elegant and versatile
I needed a dress for a serious meeting but wanted something I'd wear again. This dress was great. It's very simple, but the shaped neckline, which is really flattering, makes it "fashion-y" and evening-worthy. With a jacket, it goes to a meeting nicely, and without, it's a conservative but chic evening piece. It DOES have that Theory sticky zipper that is a huge pain. On sizing: I am 5'2", a small 00 and the 0 fit me perfectly. I would have hemmed it if I hadn't had such a conservative meeting, and I may still, as it hits just above the knee. Almost all size 0s need taking in for me, and while Theyskens' Theory 0s seem to run small, this one runs even smaller than most.
Sizing: Smaller than Expected
 
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Posted July 16, 2011
Just OK - surprising for J Brand
IMO these run about two sizes large - I ordered my usual size, a 23, which should be freaking tight on me (or any normal human), and they were very large at waist and hips. Other reviewers are correct in that there is a "broad" thing happening at the hips that isn't very flattering. Belting helps, but....All in all a preppy-looking chino that's not in the least sexy. Fabric is nice, though. To get the slim chino look I wanted, I bought J Brand khaki capris three sizes too big for me and nipped the waist - my husband agrees it's a much better slouchy, sexy, chino.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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Nerf sweater?
Weird knit - has a Nerf-ball-like spongy texture. I wouldn't try to wash or dry-clean this sucker- looks VERY dicey. It's also a blocky, square shape and it is NOT a roll-neck - it's a crew neck. Also, more a yellowy cream than you see in the pictures where it looks white. Not very flattering.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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