Snapped while carrying her pup back to her hotel in New York City, Jennifer Lawrence wore her AG The Ex-Boyfriend jeans again. This time she paired them with a raglan style sweatshirt, Rag & Bone sneakers and a Valentino studded purse.
I really enjoy seeing Jennifer’s off duty style. She has a really great laid back, casual look with the right amount of edge. I only wish we saw her out and about in jeans more often! You can shop for AG jeans online from Shopbop.com.
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The very talented Jennifer Lawrence was seen carrying her dog Pipp while making her way into a building in New York City.
Jennifer layered a warm shearling coat over her AG The Ex-Boyfriend Jeans. She finished her look with a beanie and some sneakers for an extra casual vibe. It’s nice to see someone out in AG again, we don’t spot them as often anymore and that makes me sad as they are such a great brand. Buy AG online at their website by clicking here.
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After seeing the new leather and suede styles by AG, I instantly knew I wanted to use them for my ‘3 Ways’ post. Even though AG came out with a pair for men, I decided to choose three pairs from the women and show that they can work in the slimmer man’s closet like mine. See the three looks that I came up with below.
Gray leather is a territory that is rarely touched because just like denim, it is something that needs depth to give off a sense of luxury. The good thing about the Shark wash by AG is that they don’t need much help as it actually elevates looks instead of needing pieces to elevate them. So I wanted to do a look that was mostly monochrome and easy, but not so casual. To help elevate the easy feel, I paired the pants with a pair of boots from Loakes and a jacket from Haider Ackermann. Then I just love the pairing of gray and white together, so as a layering piece underneath, I went for a simple t shirt by Elwood. To finish it off, I chose a beanie from Forever 21 because I think it just somehow pulls the whole look together.
I have been waiting for black suede pants for the longest because there is a sense of luxury to them that is just a step up from black denim, but not as bold as leather. And I love that AG came out with such a classic jean style with this Super Black Suede pair.
As they work just like black jeans, I went for a casual look with them. I paired them with a white longline tee by Stampd and the Adidas Ultra Boosts. To bring in an edge to the look, I decided to go for a longline bomber jacket from Zara. Green, black and white is just a classic pairing and will always look right when they are together. As there is a streetwear thing going on with the look, I decided to finish it with this cap by Gents Co..
I couldn’t do this post without, of course, the Super Black Leather pair. The option in styling is just endless and can be worn in numerous ways. For this look here, I wanted to do something in between the two first ones and somewhat in the vein of Harry Styles. I went for a black longline t shirt by Stampd to be layered under a jacket by Coach. For shoes, I wanted a pair that was casual yet smart and Chelsea boots are perfect for that. These by REPRESENT have an amazing color that contrasts great against the black leather. Then to finish it all off, I chose the same Gents Co. hat as the look above for its simplicity and cool of it.
The ever stylish Olivia Palermo was spotted out with her husband, Johannes Huebl, while leaving st Ambroeus restaurant in West Village, New York City.
Olivia looked absolutely gorgeous in her double denim ensemble. She chose a pair of AG The Legging jeans with a slouchy denim shirt. She then layered a grey sleeveless coat over the top and finished off with some brown pumps and a red bag. A lot of celebs are opting for bright red bags at the moment to brighten up their outfits. I think the Chloe Drew bag in grey or brown would have made this look perfect! But that’s just my opinion. Olivia still looks amazing! Buy AG online at Shopbop.com.
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