Heidi Klum was spotted catching a flight out at LAX Airport. The supermodel pulled out her R13 Skinny Jeans in Black Marble with Rip to pair with some Saint Laurent boots and a quilted bomber jacket. She then finished her look off with a Stella McCartney backpack.
I just love the worn in and gritty feel of these jeans…well, with all of R13’s jeans. They took advantage of that void in the market and continue to come out with styles that keep amazing me every time I see them. You can click here to purchase R13 from SHOPBOP.
I love Heidi’s style and how she has the ability to mix pieces that may not normally go together and make them look good together. Buy J Brand online from Shopbop.com.
Heidi Klum was spotted at her children’s soccer game and later doing some shopping in Brentwood, California. The supermodel wore a pair of the 7 For All Mankind Ankle Skinny w/ Raw Hem in Destroyed Rue de Lille with some ankle boots and a coat to stay warm.
The raw hem is still a look that keeps growing and with Heidi’s vast choices in brands, I wonder what other styles we will see her in next? I would love to see how she would style a distressed white pair in the Spring. How many of you cannot get enough of this detail? You can click here to purchase 7 For All Mankind from SHOPBOP.
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Heidi Klum was spotted heading to her children’s soccer game in Brentwood, California. The supermodel wore yet another pair by her favorite brand, Citizens of Humanity. She chose their Corey Straight Leg in Outpost to pair with a bomber jacket and a pair of Supra sneakers. She then chose a turtleneck sweater to beat the unexpected chill of the day.
I have never loved these jeans more than seeing them on Heidi here. They just look amazing and her styling just takes them to another level. I love the sized up look and that she wore them hanging on the hips. This is exactly how I feel slouchy/boyfriend jeans should be worn. How many of you love the look of these jeans on Heidi? You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP for $268.