Carey Mulligan was spotted making her rounds with some friends at the Glastonbury Festival. The actress wore a pair of Textile Elizabeth and James Debbie Jeans in Destructed Midnight with some Tory Burch loafers.
This isn’t the usual festival gear that many think of, but it is the uniform for Carey, which I do like a lot. I applaud her for not going the typical shorts and wellies route because that is not her. She kept true to herself and looks comfortable. If you like your look, why change it for the occasion when it is not necessary? Especially if you are going to an event like this when you are running around from stage to stage. You can click here to purchase these jeans from REVOLVEclothing for $198.
Carey Mulligan was spotted on a walk through Central London. She wore her Etoile Isabel Marant River Corduroys in Black. I wish these pants came in a black denim. I think they would look amazing in it. I love the zipper detail of them.
I recently saw the trailer of the remake of The Great Gatsby. This one definitely seems more vibrant than the past ones due to the way it was filmed. Which is reasonable being that it is 2012. I’m not sure how the storyline will hold up to the book, but one thing that I noticed being good already was the soundtrack. I never would have expected it. Then again it is a Baz Luhrmann film. He doesn’t lack when it comes to music. You can see the trailer yourself below.
Carey Mulligan posed for some photos at the New York Times TimesTalk to promote her new movie Shame. She wore a pair of Etoile Isabel Marant River Cords in Black. I loved these pants ever since the first time I saw them. I have been waiting so long to see someone in them. I love that they have zippers along with regular front pockets, as well as zippers on the back pockets.
I really like this look. I like that she didn’t stick to all black and broke it up with a navy The Row jacket. I love that Carey is engaged to Mumford and Sons lead, Marcus Mumford. They are my favorite band at the moment. I love the country folksiness of their music.