Here is a closer look at the cool new Tuxedo Cropped jeans by Work Custom. They feature the Work Custom staple of zipper pockets their new motorcycle knees. The knees of the jeans are quilted and padded, opposed to the usual in the past. The amazing part is that these jeans come in an array of washes.
They have the faux leather Neo Black, as well as Red, Gray, and Black denim. Those washes also come coated so they have a cool leather look to them. I’ve been waiting for someone to come out with a red waxed jean. The color is a standout on its own, but they are on a whole new level when waxed. I hope to see these papped on a celebrity soon, like on Rachel Bilson. I would love to see her in a new out there style like these. You can click here to purchase these jeans in their Faux Leather Neo Black at Singer22 for $440.
Fergie was performing at the Robin Hood Foundation Benefit concert in Central Park, New York. She wore a pair of shredded Ksubi shorts for the performance. I knew that Ksubi shorts were going to be big this season. I just find that they have the look of an amazing pair of vintage Levi’s without the sometimes unflattering fit.
Another thing that I love about them is the wash. I think the pale blue is one of the most amazing ones that I have seen. Plus the material is lightweight (haven’t tried the shorts). I just love Ksubi actually. I’m happy to see them get more sightings now. You can click here to purchase Ksubi at ShopBop.
Rachel Zoe was spotted doing some shopping at Petit Tresor in Los Angeles, California. Rachel donned a pair of the 7 For All Mankind Bell Bottoms in Vintage California for the shopping extravaganza. Leave it to Rachel Zoe to sport a Missoni carriage cover for her stroller.
I have to say motherhood has done Rachel amazing. Did any of you catch the photo of her at the Chanel Benefit recently (attached below)? She looks so much more fresh now that she has gained a few pounds. You can click here to purchase 7 For All Mankind at BlueHeavenBoutique.
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