Cindy Crawford was spotted rushing through LAX Airport to her car after arriving back into Los Angeles, California. The supermodel wore her favorite AG Jeans, The Leggings in 6 Years Dive, with her signature blazer and ankle boots.
We have seen Cindy in these jeans quite a few times now and they just look amazing on her each time. They are also a really timeless pair, which is, I think, why we see her in them so much. They can easily be dressed up or down because of the versatility of the wash. You can click here to purchase AG Jeans from SHOPBOP.
Zooey Deschenal and her boyfriend were photographed while walking into a store. They later were seen opening their snacks in the parking lot, it looks like they were really hungry!
Zooey wore a pair of AG slim fit jeans with a red cardigan and striped sweater. We don’t really see Zooey out in jeans too much, as she tends to favor skirts and dresses. I would love to see her tailor these, so the cuff doesn’t look as bulky on her. You can buy AG jeans online from Shopbop.com.
The lovely Emily Blunt and her family were seen arriving at Los Angeles International Airport in California a couple of weeks ago.
Emily wore her AG The Absolute Legging Jeans in Tempest, pairing them this time with a long camel coat and a burgundy bag. I definitely prefer the other outfit when she wore these jeans. Which one do you like? Buy these jeans online at AGJeans.com.
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The lovely Emily Blunt was snapped while leaving hair salon, Striiike, in Beverly Hills, California. One of the employees was nice enough to take her daughter Hazel to the car before her, so she didn’t get overwhelmed by the paps.
Emily wore a pair of the AG The Absolute Legging Jeans in Tempest, which she paired with a burgundy sweater and black shoes. Burgundy and black is a combination that I literally can’t be without. I think those two shades work in harmony and look so rich together. I love the fit of the jeans on Emily too, she really wears them well! Buy these jeans online at AGJeans.com.
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