Kim Kardashian in Designer Jeans
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was spotted out in New York with boyfriend Jason Statham. Boy that is such a long name to type. She was wearing a pair of jeans by R13 for the day out. I really like Rosie’s look here. I think models have such great off-duty style. They get the best of both worlds, extreme glamour and the laid-back ease of regular life.
We don’t spot too many celebrities out in this brand. I wonder why? I think the only other person that was seen in these was Kim Kardashian. I think they have really great washes and styles, very vintage inspired. Have any of you readers tried out R13 yet? Click here to purchase these jeans at LaGarconne for $310.
Cargos have been gaining popularity this summer and will continue to be a trend through this fall. It started with the J Brand Houlihan cargo but almost ever designer is releasing their own take on it. With so many different options you can be sure to find a pair that is flattering to your figure. For tips on how to wear them, check out Lorna’s post on how to wear them or read the Wiki on some of the best styles.
2. Denim leggings
Denim leggings started gaining popularity last fall and are still a trend that’s going strong. This will still be a popular trend for upcoming fall and winter. Denim leggings are great because you can wear them in a variety of different ways, tucking them into boots or wearing them with tunics and flats. Plus, they’re typically made from stretchy material and are super soft. Check out the Wiki for some popular options.
3. Printed Denim
Brands like MiH and J Brand have collaborated with designers to release special edition printed collections. Prints range from tribal inspired, to abstract or to the really daring, leopard print, like those from Sass & Bide. If you’re on the more daring side, these are certainly a fun addition to your wardrobe.
4. Waxed Denim
Waxed denim is quickly finding popularity with celebrities. Like the cargo pant, almost every brand has debuted this sleek look. Waxed denim is a great alternative to another popular trend this season, leather pants. It’s great because it is less expensive and also more breathable. Plus, options even come in a variety of different styles, like skinny or even cargo! Check out Jonathan’s blog on Waxed denim.
5. Wide Leg Denim
It’s time to give your skinnies a break! Wide leg denim is starting to make a come back and tons of celebrities have been spotted out wearing it. One of the perks of this trend is that it is universally flattering. Wide leg jeans look great with heels or flats or can be dressed up with a fun 70s style that is popular right now.
6. Studded Denim
Studs are everywhere! From shorts to vests to jeans. Studs have been a popular addition to jeans for a couple of seasons. This trend is still a popular one and will continue to be one for fall. Studs are great because they add some toughness to your everyday look. Brands like Current/Elliott make a variety of different studded styles or if you’re feeling really adventurous, try Robin’s jeans.
7. Patchwork Denim
Patchwork denim was a popular trend on the runway (Ralph Lauren Spring/Summer 2010) and has made its way down to the mass market. Brands like Jet Jeans and Elizabeth and James each have extremely wearable patchwork styles. They look great contrasted with heels or a nice shirt.
I love how fall is here and there are more celebs wearing bellbottoms, flares and bootcuts again! These 7 For All Mankind jeans on Kourtney are seriously cute! Buy these jeans at 7 For All Mankind for $189.
We see the celebs wear so many different outfits, we thought it would be fun if our readers got to pick their favorite! Here are all the various outfits we have blogged Kim Kardashian in and please vote for your favorite! We mean your favorite by her head to toe outfit, not just her jeans! What do you think she looks best in? (Note: if you like these blogs, they are published on Mondays, so you can keep your eye out for them!)
If you hover your mouse over the pictures they each have a number assigned to them for the poll.