Seven For All Mankind Jeans
Kellan Lutz smiled at fans while he was busy signing autographs at Comic-Con in San Diego. He was promoting his film The Expendables 3.
While at the convention, Kellan wore a 7 For All Mankind Oversize pocket shirt in Stonewash. I like that this shirt has a nice darker chambray color which is really versatile. I would love to see it styled open and layered over a white tee for more of a jacket style look. You can buy 7 For All Mankind for men online from eastdane.com.
I am happy to see Kristen wear some black jeans. We have been seeing her wear her blue Sevens for quite some time now, so I actually find this to be a refreshing sighting. I also like the pairing of the all black with the navy shoes. It’s a subtle approach to pop of color for the look. Click here to purchase a similar style from the 7 For All Mankind website.
The lovely Miranda Kerr was seen leaving her Upper East Side apartment in New York City a few days ago while wearing a double denim outfit.
Miranda wore both denim pieces from 7 For All Mankind, choosing their Super High Waist Skinny jeans in Super Heritage Stretch with their Hidden Placket Button Down in Medium Rich Indigo. I love the touch of leopard print here in her shoes! This is a double denim look that I love of hers! Buy 7 For All Mankind online at Shopbop.com.
Images courtesy of Zelig Shaul/ACE/INFdaily.com.
7 For All Mankind is expanding their market, with a denim line for the working mom. The line, Jen7, aims to offer jeans that are stylish and sophisticated with comfort and a flattering fit.
The debut collection will feature 3 different styles; skinny, slim/straight, and a bootcut, in a variety of different washes and patterns. Some of the biggest differences are the 2 inch stretch throughout the hips and waist, a higher rise, shorter inseam, as well as offering up to size 14. Prices will start at $175 and be sold at Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, and other retailers, as well as online, starting this fall.
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