Tom Hanks was seen heading into an office building in Los Angeles, California while carrying a briefcase.
Tom wore a pair of Wrangler slim fitting jeans with a black jacket and some boots for the day. I actually think these jeans fit Tom really well. Usually on the mature guys we see slouchier styles, but these are slimmer with a great inseam length. They are flattering to his look. What do you think of these jeans on him?
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Photographed while leaving his hotel, Jared Leto gave a thumbs up to the paparazzi before getting into a waiting car. He wore his Wrangler denim shirt with a pair of DRKSHDW by Rick Owens cargo pants and a pair of Asic sneakers.
I love that Jared seems to appreciate more cutting edge fashions and styles, like these pants or the Louis Vuitton pair we saw him in earlier this year. I also love that he re-wears pieces frequently, especially this Wrangler shirt.
Jared Leto posed for some photos while he made his way into Grand Palais for the Chanel Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2014-2015 show. The actor paired together a Wrangler denim shirt with a pair of Chanel jeans from Look 6 of the Pre-Fall 2014 ‘Dallas’ collection.
What I love about Jared is that he really isn’t afraid and will wear pretty much anything. I am not the biggest fan of boots, but I know he was going for the western vibe of the collection. Just by the way he carries himself, he makes the look work. What do you think of his outfit here?
Poppy Delevingne was spotted out doing some shopping with husband James Cook in London. The model wore a pair of the J Brand 485 Lacquered Skinny jeans in Amethyst while her husband chose a double denim look with a pair of Dior Homme jeans and a Wrangler denim jacket.
I think both of them look great. I find James’ look to be very classic and Poppy’s to be fun. That Matthew Williamson coat has so much life on its own and takes the otherwise simple outfit to another level. You can click here to purchase other lacquered styles by J Brand from their site and click here for Dior Homme, then here for Wrangler.