Lorna, Editor's Archive
Gwen Stefani was spotted shopping for 4th of July decorations at Party City in Hollywood, California over the weekend. She was with her sons Kingston and Zuma and also the nanny to help her on her errands. It must be really nice to have a nanny around to help out with the kids when you need it. Gwen then went on to a nearby CVS Pharmacy to get a few things before making her way home with the children.
Gwen was wearing a pair of Jean Paul Gaultier and Levi’s collaboration Denim Harem pants with flip flops and a striped vest. These pants definitely suit Gwen’s style so much, they are perfect for her. I wouldn’t wear these though, they are definitely not my kind of pant but when worn correctly they look great! You can buy these pants at Levi’s online store for £220.
Images courtesy of Wenn.com
Avril Lavigne picks out some remote control airplanes and a remote control monster truck in Sherman Oaks, California with her boyfriend and star of The Hills Brody Jenner. Avril was wearing a pair of Siwy Madeline shorts in Lilt wash with some bright high tops and a loose tank top. I’ve always found Avril’s style very quirky but she is branching out to a lot of denim lately and I like it! I hope we see her in some more brands soon!
I really do love the Siwy Madeline shorts she is wearing! I have worn my pair so much this Summer as they are so comfortable! You can read my review on the Siwy shorts in Lilt here. I also find it really weird that Avril is dating Brody now, I can’t get my head around that at all, haha! Buy these shorts at Boutique To You.
Gilt Groupe is having a Rich & Skinny, Genetic Denim, Dylan George, PRPS, MiH and more sale on Thursday 8th July. I’m SO excited for this sale! So many great brands!
Hautelook has a Domino Denim sale on right now! Don’t miss it! They have denim shirts, shorts, leggings, jeans and lots more!
The Sample Sale is having a True Religion Swimwear sale on Thursday 8th July.
Here is a sneak peak at the latest video from True Religion. I think the ad is pretty cool and I like the pieces showcased. What do you think of the ad?