Hilary Duff posed for some photos at the Hakkasan Beverly Hills preview in Beverly Hills, California. The actress wore a pair of J Brand Super Skinny Jeans in Coated Red with some nude suede pumps and a simple white button-up.
This is the best that I think Hilary has ever looked in my opinion and these pants fit her amazing. Then again, I don’t think that there has ever been a pair of jeans that didn’t fit anything but great on Hilary. You can click here to purchase these jeans from Intermix for $218.
Hilary Duff smiled for the paparazzi while out running errands in LA. She recently announced that she was heading back to the studio to work on a new album.
Hilary wore her Frame Denim Le Luxe Noir Jeans in Trocadero with a concert tee and booties. One thing I love about Hilary’s style is that she is never afraid to try new things. We always see her out in new brands and trends, and her style never looks too forced or over thought. You can buy Frame Jeans online from Barney’s.com.
Hilary Duff and her son Luca were photographed while leaving the vets office after dropping off her dog. I can’t believe how much Luca looks like Hilary! He’s such a cutie!
Hilary wore a Current/Elliott snap denim shirt over a tank top and a pair of leather shorts. While I’m normally a fan of Hilary’s style, I can’t say that I am too crazy about this outfit. I think there’s too much going on and that the shorts would’ve looked better with just the denim shirt or the tank top. Buy Current/Elliott online from SSENSE.
Hilary Duff and her son Luca were photographed while out shopping at Baby Gap. While out, Hilary wore a Rails denim shirt with a pair of leggings and boots. I am not usually a big fan of leggings as pants, but I like how she put this whole outfit together.
I think the boots add a nice bit of dressiness to it and the shirt is tunic length. I think Rails has a really nice selection of denim shirts and I could see Hilary wearing one of their studded or ombre styles as well. You can buy Rails online from Revolveclothing.com.
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