Rachel Zoe was photographed while taking her oldest son, Skyler, out for some frozen yogurt. I can’t believe that Rachel gave birth to her second son a couple of months ago, she looks great.
While out, Rachel wore her Rachel Zoe boot cut jeans with a black blouse and black jacket. We see her in boot cut/flares almost exclusively, and these are her go-to pair. I’d love to see her wear something like the Suzie leather pants from her own line. You can buy Rachel Zoe online from Shopbop.com.
Leather pants have been popular for quite a few seasons, but Rachel Zoe’s Suzie leather pants add a bit of a twist on the trend, with ankle zips and buckles.
Both Selena Gomez and Julianne Hough have been spotted wearing them, but styled them quite differently. Selena wore hers with a slouchy white t shirt and black sneakers while Julianne looked polished pairing hers with pointy flats and a long camel coat. Who wore it Best? You can view all of the Who Wore it Best posts here.
One thing I really like about these pants is that they have some really interesting detailing along the ankle. I like that they have both zips and buckles, as well as a bit of moto detailing along the knees. I like how Julianne paired them with a camel coat, which I think complements the brown mushroom color really nicely. You can buy these jeans online from Bergdorf Goodman for $537.
Selena Gomez and her amazing braid were spotted arriving at the Ed Sullivan Theater for an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman in New York. Selena seems to be a favorite of David’s as she has been on the show quite frequently the past few months.
The singer/actress dressed down a pair of the Rachel Zoe Suzie Leather Pants in Saddle with some Elizabeth and James sunglasses, a white muscle t shirt and some Adidas sneakers. I think Selena did a good job of dressing these pants casually. They have a an equestrian feel that can go posh very easily, but she managed to make them look very simple. Plus the fit is exceptional on her. You can click here to purchase these pants from Bloomingdale’s for $895.
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