Of course, they both looked quite stylish. Josh wore a pair of light wash RRL jeans with a pair of boots and a tee shirt, while Fergie wore a pair of J Brand’s Powerstretch Leggings in Woodgrain with a tie dye blouse. I love these leggings, the wood print is definitely one of the most unique patterns I’ve seen on a pair of jeans! You can buy these jeans online from Shopbop.com for $246.00.
Fergie was spotted at LAX Airport with husband Josh Duhamel catching a flight out. She wore a pair of Nobody Cult Skinny jeans in Draught with a striped Max Mara blazer. I like that Fergie tries out new brands and trends frequently. We rarely see her wear one brand for months at a time.
I really like her Max Mara jacket. I do think that it is a bit big though. Maybe it is just her position in this picture. I also strangely like the side-parted hair. All together, this whole look gives a new wave feel.
Here is some interesting news about these jeans. They were actually designed by Brian Austin Green. I think he did a great job coming up with this wash. They have a nice faded black wash to them and great whiskering detail. The great news about these jeans is that with each purchase of these jeans, 20% of the sales will get donated to Friends of Animals. You can click here to purchase these jeans and help out the cause at the Raven website for $205.
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Fergie was caught over the weekend having some dinner with husband Josh Duhamel (not pictured) in Los Angeles, California. She wore a pair of the J Brand Houlihan Cargo Pants in Stealth. I have been waiting for someone to be seen in these. I also thought that Fergie would have been the first one to be caught in them.
I actually didn’t think that they would look so much like leather, but they do. I am actually really surprised at that, which I shouldn’t be. J Brand has really perfected their waxing technique to look like leather opposed to a pair that would glisten sometimes. You can click here to purchase these pants at Singer22 for $181.
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