The lovely Frankie Sandford from The Saturdays was seen leaving Capital FM Radio in London, England with her band members.
Frankie wore a double denim outfit, choosing a light wash denim shirt by RRL and a pair of ripped grey jeans. I like how she accessorised this with the taupe boots, silk top and hat. It’s a great way to wear double denim!
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Frankie Sandford of The Saturdays was seen going out for breakfast at Toast Bakery Cafe with her sister and two male friends in West Hollywood, California.
Frankie wore a pair of True Religion Casey High Rise Sunset Overdye Jeans in Tomato with an alphabet/numbers tee and flip flops. This actually makes a very rare sighting! We hardly ever spot anyone in True Religion anymore, so it’s quite refreshing to see! I actually love the casual styling too, the red really pops against the black and white. It’s always great when The Saturdays are over in LA. We get so many paparazzi sightings of them and they have an amazing wardrobe of denim! Especially Frankie and Mollie!
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This is one of my favorite Rag & Bone pieces! I love the combination of the light denim and leather sleeves. It’s also quite popular with celebrities as well, as many of them have been spotted out in it.
Amanda Bynes wore it paired with Ksubi skinny jeans and sneakers. Frankie Sandford paired hers with a black romper. Delta Goodrem paired hers with red pants and Tulisa Contostavlos wore hers with Current/Elliott’s Stiletto jeans in Multi-arrow. Who wore it Best? You can view all of the Who Wore It Best posts here.
Frankie Sandford of the girl group The Saturdays was seen arriving at a house in Hollywood in Los Angeles, California. The girls are over there recording some songs amongst other things.
Frankie wore a black play suit with a Rag & Bone The Jean Jacket in Bleach Out with leather sleeves, finished off with a pair of orange wedges. I think every member of The Saturdays has amazing style. They are always so put together and polished. I also admire that Frankie has kept the same style all this time, even down to her hair. I always say if it’s not broken, why try and fix it? I’m glad she’s comfortable enough to be that way.
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