Tori Spelling was spotted outside her Los Angeles, California home wearing her 7 For All Mankind Rockers again. The “Mommywood” author looked cute and healthy as she exited a chauffeured vehicle and headed inside for a quick photo shoot with husband Dean McDermott.
In other news, Tori and her family recently attended the Disney/Pixar “World of Cars” party, where she revealed what kind of car she prefers. “I’m a big car girl. The bigger the car, the better. I think because I’m small… if I’m in a big car I give the illusion that I kick a—,” she joked. hahaha cute!
Mischa Barton is always one to take fashion risks. Mischa wore a pair of red denim jeans, which she added black and white accessories to, making a very rock and roll look. Mischa was in London with her rumored new beau. While this isn’t my favorite look, it’s a definite improvement since her last attempt at colored denim.
Colored denim beyond black and white, is still a huge trend for the upcoming season and there are tons of different options. Brands are offering a multitude of different colors, beyond just black and white (but those are great options too!) Check out these options by 4 Stroke, Siwy, or this ombre pair by 7 For All Mankind.
Looks like someone is a repeat offender, Channing Tatum was spotted wearing the same shirt twice. But who is not in this world. At first I thought it was the exact same outfit. But the detail is different than the AG jeans he was spotted in. Same look but different jeans and shoes.
This time Channing was spotted wearing his Cult of Individuality jeans again. He was spotted out having lunch with wife Jenna Dewan in Beverly Hills California. Umm… I wonder if Channing’s hair is for a movie. I think he should have worn the beanie that he was spotted in the last time he wore these jeans. Have you readers tried Cult of Individuality yet?
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This weeks review is on another pair of cargo pants. James Jeans Twiggy cargos in Cappuccino. I think this is my last cargo pant review for a while, I don’t have anymore, haha!
This is the first time I have tried James Jeans and I never knew what to expect. Normally when I am not familiar with a brand, I’m either really pleasantly suprised or not that bothered. These James Jeans cargos are not my favourite pair but I do like them. They are very very soft and incredibly stretchy like legging material. They are a very simple pair with only 2 pockets on the side of the knees and no zips or anything like that.
I do really like the simplicity of these cargos, I think it’s nice as you can then wear a more printed top or bolder shoes without having too much going on. The colour is also a nice muddy and dark brown, a lot different to the normal greens. Since I have never tried James Jeans before, I can’t comment how they run but I took my regular size that I take in most brands.
Since these cargo pants are so simple there isn’t much I can say about them except they are very cute and easily wearable. The softness and stretchiness really makes them comfortable and they are great if you want a pair of cargo pants that are not to in your face or if you are looking to jump on the trend but trying to keep it as casual as possible. Buy these cargo pants at James Jeans for $172.
Jeans courtesy of James Jeans.