New York Speed asked us to style a pair of the Diesel Zanity 8AT jeans for their site. I decided to go for a more business look. Not too business though. I find bootcut jeans to run on the cleaner side than any other jean. You can’t really go full on grunge. It will always dress up the look. I paired it with a House of Howe blazer, 55 DSL t shirt, and some Bed Stu boots. I think you can either wear the jeans tucked into the boots (in a more disheveled way) to look more relaxed or you can wear it with a slight cuff for a cleaner look. You can click here to find all of these pieces from New York Speed.
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Distressed white jeans are a huge trend at the moment. Just about every brand is coming out with a pair. I think they are a great trend for the Summer. My favorites would have to be the ones by Rag & Bone and Paige, but there are a few that I also think are great. Check out some great ripped whites below.
Vanessa Hudgens is back in her Current/Elliott’s. It’s been a while since we caught her wearing a pair by them. Plus she is wearing one of my favorite pairs that they ever came out with. She wore a pair of the Skinny in Loved Destroyed to have lunch with boyfriend Austin Butler in Los Angeles, California.
Another thing that Vanessa is sporting is some purple tips in her hair. What do you guys think of them? I have to say I think she looked better with the blonde tips she had a couple of weeks back. Or maybe I just prefer the blonde because her hair is looking a bit on the greasy side here. A wash might change my thought. You can click here to purchase these jeans at Singer22 for $216.
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I always enjoyed seeing her in these. I loved the way they looked when she wore them with these specific Balenciaga boots. I love the way they skim over the top and show a bit of the ankle at the same time. Click here to purchase Superfine at SSENSE.
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