Heidi Klum and her kids were photographed while out at the Brooklyn Flea. The family was later snapped out having lunch and visiting the Museum of Natural History. I love that we always see photos of the family out together!
Heidi wore a pair of Seafarer Calypso Flare jeans in Stone Wash, with an embroidered white blouse and stacked heels. I really like Heidi’s outfit here! Usually her style tends to be pretty edgy with a lot of leather and black, but this is a nice change of pace, and a lighter look for summer. You can buy Seafarer online from Shopbop.com.
This has to be one of my favorites, if not my favorite, looks to see on January. I find the jeans to fit her perfectly and she chose the perfect shoe for them. They are the right height to have the jeans skim the floor a bit while still peeking out. What do you think of this look here? You can click here to purchase Seafarer from their site and on SHOPBOP.
For this weeks weekend going out look, I wanted to show how you can actually transition the same pair of jeans from day to night. I chose these Seafarer Penelope Flare Jeans in Rinse as they had a really classic wash and a nice clean cut.
For the day time look, which is more casual and comfy, I chose a Wildfox Fox Sweater and a Victoria Beckham Liberty Tote to go with the blue and orange colour scheme. I think this would be such an easy look for daytime shopping and lunch, just throw on some wedges under the flares and you are all set.
For the evening look, I switched out the sweater in favour of this Topshop Red Heart Shirt, it’s much like the famous Burberry one, but a bit more vibrant. I chose a Vivienne Westwood Private Envelope Clutch to match as well. I would add some statement jewellery to this outfit in the form of bracelets and rings and for the shoes, I would put some heels on.
I usually end up styling skinny jeans, so I thought it would make a nice change to do some flares instead. Which look do you prefer? And how many of you like to just change your tops and accessories, while keeping your jeans on, to create a different style?