Miranda Kerr and her son Flynn were photographed while out running errands together in New York. She wore a pair of Nobody Cult skinny jeans with a long navy sweater and flats.We’ve seen Miranda out in Nobody quite frequently, and she seems to prefer the cult skinny style, which I think is a great fit on her.
I do like that she’s chosen a distressed wash, as most of the washes we see her in tend to be darker blue washes. I could see her trying out some of the more popular distressed styles, like Frame’s Le Color ripped skinnies or Rag & Bone’s ripped skinny jeans.
It looks like Miranda is the next celebrity to give into the raw hem look. I think this is one of those trends, if you can call it that, that anyone can do and it can actually make your jeans more flattering in some cases. How many of you have started chopping off the bottom of your jeans? Click here to purchase these jeans from the MiH website for 235.
Miranda Kerr was all smiles as she arrived into South Korea to promote Reebok. The Australian model kept it smart casual in a pair of the J Brand 620 skinny jeans in White Rocks with a blazer and, of course, some Reebok sneakers.
We don’t see Miranda in sneakers too often, well regular sneakers. We have seen her wear the Isabel Marant pairs numerous times over the past couple of years, but I always find it refreshing to see a woman in a pair of running shoes. I find that they can make any look feel cool and smart at the same time. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the J Brand website for $185.
Miranda Kerr was spotted walking to her car while carrying son Flynn in New York. The model wore a pair of the Genetic Denim Shya Leather Pants in Black with some Saint Laurent boots, then continued with the dark shade with a black coat and shirt. Miranda then finished her look off with some Celine sunglasses.
Miranda has been a fan of Genetics for a while and even wearing their jeans during her pregnancy. So I can see why she has been opting for their leather pants during the cold. I am sure they are just as comfortable as their jeans and the details are so clean. How could you not like them? You can click here to purchase these pants from the Genetic Denim website for $995.
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