Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker was snapped doing the school run with her daughters and nanny. The paparazzi definitely have their school routes down, since we see her out with her kids almost every day!
Sarah Jessica switched it up and wore a pair of Current/Elliott The Ankle Skinny in Vintage Safari. Safari or Tropical prints have been popping up in a lot of collections and seem to be a popular trend when it comes to prints. I like that the Vintage Safari print incorporates almost an entire safari scene, down to the leopards! You can buy these jeans online from Shopbop.com for $178.00.
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Sarah Jessica Parker walked the carpet at the opening of Target in Toronto, Canada. The actress kept it black and white with a pair of Closed Pedal Position Jeans in Off-White, but gave it a bit of a pop with a vibrant floral brooch.
Sarah Jessica has to be the chicest person on this planet. She can go for very casual in boyfriend jeans, to something more dressed up like here, to couture and look amazing each and every time. She just has a rare quality that very few people have. You can click here to purchase these jeans at STYLEBOP for $215.
Sarah Jessica Parker was seen leaving her West Village apartment in New York City and getting into a waiting car. Finally a sighting of her not on the school run!
Sarah wore a pair of Current/Elliott skinny jeans with her signature large cuff at the ankle, a grey hoody and some ankle boots. I think these jeans fit her exceptionally well actually, I’m also loving the wash! Buy Current/Elliott online at Shopbop.com.
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