Celebrity Pictures in Designer Jeans
The always chic Lily Aldridge was snapped while out running a few errands in Beverly Hills. While out, Lily looked a bit more casual than usual, wearing a pair of Re/Done Levi’s boyfriend jeans with a light wash denim jacket and sneakers.
We’ve seen Lily out in these jeans quite a bit lately. I like how many different ways she’s styled them, especially here with the lighter wash denim. It’s hard to mix two lighter washes but I think Lily makes it work by paring them with the crisp white accents. You can buy Re/Done online from their website here.
Gisele Bundchen paid a visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in New York to promote her new coffee table book. The supermodel wore a casual look by Anthony Vaccarello which included a sweater and a pair of vinyl pants from the Fall 2016 collection to chat, along with teaching host Jimmy Fallon her signature runway walk.
Vinyl and patent leather pants have always been an intriguing style to me. They always seem like a more lively alternative to the classic leather, though on the risque side, I find that it actually can be worn just as a regular pair of leather pants. Gisele really demonstrates that idea well here. Would you be daring enough to try vinyl pants like these? You can click here to purchase Anthony Vaccarello from MyTheresa.
Kate Moss was all smiles as she was spotted heading to lunch in London. The supermodel wore her current favorite TOPSHOP Joni Jeans in Black with a denim shirt layered under a Saint Laurent leather jacket. She then finished her look off with a pair of Isabel Marant boots.
Kate has been opting for flatter shoes more than usual, lately. Though she has been opting for boots to dress her looks up a bit, I would love to see her wear sneakers again, even with a pair of jeans with a raw hem. We haven’t seen her in the frayed trend yet and I’m anticipating to see how Kate would style it. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the TOPSHOP website.
Can you guess which blonde hair singer this butt belongs to?