The Mudd brand became popular in 1995 when they introduced their affordable flare-leg jean, which is cut somewhere between a bell bottom and a straight leg but should never to be confused with the boyfriend. Mudd has a classic all-American-girl-next-door vibe going for it. Retro patterns are mashed up with modern aesthetics for a style that is uniquely today's teenager. These lookbook schematics feature realistic watercolor renderings of the autumn staples: a fur lined parka, flare-leg jeans with contrast stitching, a shawl collar cardigan and fun chunky oxford pumps.
"Life is made up of marble and mud." - Nathaniel Hawthorne