Georgia May Jagger Models For Hudson Jeans’ Let Yourself Go Spring 2013 Campaign

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Georgia May Jagger Models For Hudson Jeans' Let Yourself Go Spring 2013 Campaign

Georgia May Jagger models another Hudson Jean collection in the brand’s Let Yourself Go Spring 2013 campaign the brand posted on Instagram. The campaign has a casual look with a touch of vintage while the brand offers trendy jeans in florals and stripes.

The patterned and printed jeans are no longer an unusual or a new thing but every now and then the brands give us new options in terms of patterns, colors, and prints aside from a classic blue denim.

The Spring 2013 collection of the brand includes monochrome striped jeans that were spotted in other brands’ collection like Suite Blanco. The one style that definitely catches an eye is in the top picture. White jeans with black side stripes and a flower print. It’s both dressy and casual and is a great match for a blazer and a leather jacket alike.

Georgia May Jagger Models For Hudson Jeans' Let Yourself Go Spring 2013 Campaign

Georgia May Jagger who has been Hudson Jeans ambassador for a few years now and even designed a collection for the brand is still modeling the brand’s jeans looking edgy as ever. She wears the jeans with tank tops, leather jacket, and even a more formal blazer.

While Hudson jeans are on a pricier side the brand offers a wide range of styles which includes bold colors, leather finishes, and beautiful colors prints. The Spring 2013 collection features a Union Jack jeans style and a bright colorful city print design.

The colored, printed or patterned jeans and pants are the Spring’s hit trend so no wonder the brands are introducing such styles into their collections. Spruce up your casual everyday look by introducing printed or colored jeans into the outfit. Pair with solid simple tops, leather jacket or a blazer for a more formal look.

Georgia May Jagger For Hudson Jeans

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.