Rihanna was spotted not once, but twice wearing a pair of the Citizens of Humanity Avedon Slick Skinny in Axel. She was first caught wearing them while making her way to perform at the Closing Ceremony for the Paralympics. She then donned the same pair after leaving the tattoo studio after getting some fresh ink.
Though I do like the the colors of both looks, I am more fond of the look above. I think the Etoile Isabel Marant jacket and Jordan IV are a better choice. The look with the cropped Acne sweater and Opening Ceremony x Chloe Sevigny boots is a bit too severe for my taste. Which is your favorite? Click here to purchase these jeans at Nordstroms for $178.
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Carrie Underwood posed for some photos while promoting her new album Good Girl in Nashville, Tennessee. She wore a pair of the Rag & Bone Biba shorts in Surfer Knit.
I have been waiting to see someone wear the Surfer Knit print again. I have seen these in person and the print is just as cool. They look exactly as they do in the photos from all the online stores. It has such a great color combination. You can click here to purchase these jeans ON SALE at SINGER22 for $107.80.
Kate Moss was spotted heading to lunch in North London. She wore her trusty pair of Siwy Hannah Jeans in Rain. I am amazed that the condition of these jeans is still pretty much brand new. I wonder if she stocked up when they first came out and these are just one of the many?
The pairing of this look is also very fresh for Kate. We rarely see her wear any color, let alone pink, plus she is wearing flat sandals. A rare sighting that has turned out to be very amazing. The pink and grey go so well together. You can click here to purchase Siwy from SINGER22.
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I find these shorts to be really cool. The choice of that specific leopard print was a great one. I hope to see someone wear the black pair out next as I prefer those over the classic blue just a little bit. You can click here to purchase One Teaspoon at SINGER22.
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