Lorna, Editor's Archive
Adriana Lima and her husband, Marko Jaric, took their daughters for a walk around Miami Beach and to get some lunch at a restaurant last week in Miami, Florida.
Adriana showed the heat in a pair of 7 For All Mankind denim shorts and a loose t-shirt. I love these shorts on her! I think they fit perfectly and I have always loved this style. I think the pocket bags showing through makes them casual and the wash and cut are just really flattering. They are a great pair of shorts in my opinion. Buy 7 For All Mankind online at BlueHeavenBoutique.com.
Ashley Tisdale made her way into the Planet Blue boutique in Malibu, California with a friend yesterday to do some shopping. Planet Blue seems to be Ashley’s favourite store, we always catch her there and wearing their clothes.
Ashley wore a pair of shorts that we haven’t seen her wear for a while! She chose her Siwy Camilla denim shorts in white with flip flops, a floaty shirt and a hat. I think she looks great here! I’m going to be reviewing a pair of Siwy shorts today actually so stay tuned! On another note, how cute is that dog in the background?! Buy Siwy shorts online at Singer22.com.
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com
Here is another denim brand for children called Havoc Denim. They are a premium denim brand which caters for children from 2-14 years old. This is a look at the Summer 2011 range from the Australian label and it shows that bright colours and funky denim are a great combination this season for the little ones.
Havoc Denim kids clothing is much loved by mums because of its high quality, durability and sturdiness in cropped jackets, signature jeans, and cool denim dresses – with some fab brights thrown in too! They are currently the leading denim brand in children’s wear in Australia and you can find out more about the brand by visiting their website at Havocdenim.com. Do you dress your children in premium denim?
Love Nation Denim is a new denim brand which is hitting the market this Fall at department stores such as JCPenny and other specialty retailers. The brand offers a lot of cuts and washes with thicker stitching and aims to fill a void in the women’s market by offering premium quality denim for only $50 per jean! What do you think of the new brand? It reminds me a lot of Miss Me jeans with the thick thread stitching. I’m not really a fan of this kind of look though, I prefer subtle jeans.