Vanessa Hudgens in Designer Jeans
It looks like Vanessa Hudgens is getting in the Halloween spirit. She was seen heading into a local costume store. Last week Vanessa and her sister were spotted at a pumpkin patch picking out pumpkins. I wonder what Vanessa is planning to be for the holiday?
Vanessa has been spotted in a lot of shorts recently. She wore a pair by One Teaspoon, with a denim shirt and Louboutin heels. One Teaspoon is definitely catching on with celebrities and I’m sure we’ll see the brand on a lot more celebrities next spring and summer. You can buy One Teaspoon at Singer22.com.
Vanessa Hudgens was caught running some errands in Studio City, California. She wore a pair of the Work Custom Gidget jeans in Lucerne Blue. This is probably the best I have seen Vanessa’s style in a while. She looks very put together, but not too put together and still looks like herself. She sort of reminds me of Kate Hudson here with her look.
I noticed that Vanessa seems to love the flares with the undone hems. She has been caught in the same style from both Current/Elliott and Textile Elizabeth and James. I think they suit her style very well though. You can click here to purchase Work Custom at Singer22.
Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale were both spotted this week wearing a pair of Mink Pink denim shorts. I wanted to do a quick poll to see who you thought wore these better! This post is a bit different to our usual Who Wore It Best posts as it’s only including these two pictures. I know a lot of you are Ashley and Vanessa fans and they have different style, so who looks better in the Mink Pink shorts? It’s really hard for me to pick. I think I choose Vanessa but it’s her boots that throw me off.
I do like the new Spring 2012 Dsquared² collection, but I just find the styling of the show to be too wearable to be a fashion show in Milan. The inspiration of course was the music festivals. I can see Glastonbury, Coachella, and a bit of Burning Man. The styling, two celebrities come to mind, Vanessa Hudgens and Kate Moss. The mud would go to Kate Moss/Glastonbury, while the more boho hipster look is more Vanessa.
I do like the vibe of the show, it is very much me. I just expected a bit more from Dsquared². This is what they do best though, wearable easy clothes. You can click through some of the looks from the collection below.