One thing I love about Emma is that she always tries out different styles and trends which keeps her outfits interesting. However, this look isn’t one of my favorites from her. I am not a fan of the socks and sneakers combo and think it would’ve looked so much better with a pair of sandals or flats. You can buy this skirt from Topshop for $30.00.
As the new face of Topshop, Kate Bosworth attended the opening of their new flagship at The Grove in Los Angeles, California along with Demi Lovato. The actress wore the Two-tone denim shirt from the J.W. Anderson collaboration with a wrap skirt and some lace-up heels.
By far this has to be Kate’s best casual look to date, in my opinion. I even think it beats her Coachella look a couple years back. I may be partial because I am just obsessed with that shirt. The cut along with the front and back panels being different shades makes it one of the coolest denim shirts I have seen. Unfortunately this shirt is no longer available, but you can purchase the other pieces from the J.W. Anderson x Topshop collection.
Anna Friel was pictured arriving at Soho House with a friend carrying a bouquet of flowers in London, England last week. She seemed to be all smiles as the paparazzi snapped photos of her.
Anna wore a pair of Goldsign Misfit skinny jeans in Motif with a Topshop Ombre Fringe jacket and open toe heels. When I first saw this jacket online a while back, I wasn’t sure what I thought of it as it’s quite a statement piece, but Anna manages to make it look really good! What do you think of the outfit? Buy Goldsign online at Shopbop.com and this jacket online at Topshop.com.
Images courtesy of Will Alexander/WENN.com.
I have been asked by a few dedicated denim readers over time for my opinion on cheaper denim brands. I know here at DenimBlog we mainly only deal with premium denim as usually these are the brands which pay most attention to fit, details, denim and washes, however, I also understand that not everyone can afford the price tag that premium denim comes with. It is usually in the region of $180 and upwards, so it can be quite daunting to spend so much money on a pair of jeans.
This leaves you with two options, both of which I do myself. You can either buy your premium denim in the sale or on deal websites as outlined in my Cheap Designer Jeans post or you can opt for a cheaper denim option. When you do choose to go with the latter option, not all of the brands will have a good fit, a great quality denim or feel really nice to wear, so (like I have been asked) I am giving you my opinion on the jeans I wear and the jeans that I think are a great purchase for under $100! As you know, I am really fussy and particular when it comes to having great fitting jeans, so hopefully you will like this post as I am listing the cheaper brands that are definitely worth the money.