This look here just has me excited for the colder season. I love the knit sweater and I love that they opted for a pair of corduroys. We don’t see corduroy out often and I think they are just amazing and should be a more year round piece. How many of you are fans of cords? You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP.
Hilary Duff was all smiles as she left the hair salon in West Hollywood, California. For the appointment, the actress wore a pair of the J Brand Maria High Rise in Graphite and switched out her usual Golden Goose sneakers for a pair of Converse Chuck Taylors.
Hilary used to be quite the fan of a scarf, but we haven’t seen her wear the accessory recently. It is good to see her wear one again. I think it is a great piece if you are looking to add a bit of flare to a look or make it feel more feminine depending on the print. How many of you are going to start accessorizing with scarves again? You can click here to purchase J Brand from SHOPBOP.
Spotted out again in Studio City with her son, Hilary Duff wore another pair of shorts! This time she chose a pair of Rag & Bone Boyfriend shorts in Obispo Rebel. She paired them with a blue and black tie dye tee and black ankle booties.
I think all of the colors in this outfit work really well together. I think black accessories really anchor the look and I like that she chose the black ankle booties. I think ankle booties and shorts are one of Hilary’s signature looks! Buy Rag & Bone online at Shopbop.com.
Hilary Duff was spotted making her way through the Staples Center to catch the Taylor Swift show in Los Angeles, California. The actress pulled out her FRAME Le Color Destroy in Nowita Blanc with a black sweater and some IRO boots.
I have been waiting to see Hilary in these jeans again. They really are my favorite pair to see on her, along with their Nowita Noir wash. She has a way of styling them that enhances the jean, in my opinion. How many of you love the way Hilary styles the Nowitas? You can click here to purchase these jeans from FWRD.
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