Ashley Tisdale and her two best friends, Hilary and Haylie Duff, (who I also love) spent the day yesterday enjoying a full day of pampering at Byron & Tracey salon and a local nail parlor for some mani/pedi treatments in Los Angeles, California. Ashley is soon heading to Miami to see her boyfriend Scott Speer.
She wore her old Easy Money skinny cargos with blush pink coloured glitter flats, a matching coloured scarf and a grey cardigan. Lately Ashley’s style has been work out clothes or shorts so it’s nice to see her wearing full length pants again! Hopefully we get to see her in some jeans soon! I think she looks great here though, it reminds me a lot of an old style Jessica Alba outfit. It’s casual but so well put together! Love this one!
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Ashley Tisdale was seen taking a bike ride around Vancouver, Canada with her boyfriend Scott Speer. It looks like she is taking a break from filming at the moment. Does anyone know when she is coming back to LA? We always get better candids when she is back in Los Angeles. It’s a good thing Ashley rides safely by wearing her helmet too! So many people don’t.
Ashley was wearing her skinny cargo pants by Easy Money. She was seen in these cargo pants not long ago as well. I think they are really cute and I love the style of them. I find it really strange that we never saw her in the Houlihan’s though, I was sure she would wear them! I guess there is still hope! She’d look great in the Rich & Skinny cargo leggings in Aloe too!
Denim makers Michael Glasser and Joie Rucker will be launching an under $100 denim collection at Nordstrom stores. The collection will launch the first weekend on December.
The inspiration for the collection after Glasser met with Nordstrom executives and saw there was a need for a less expensive jean that still maintained quality. Glasser was up for the challenge of translating the standards of production from his work with Seven For All Mankind, to the Easy Money line. As he stated, “I didn’t realize the fabrics I’d be able to use would be that good, recalling the early days of premium denim when high-quality fabrics and those that incorporated stretch were primarily available from Japanese and Italian suppliers.
The lower cost fabrics will still maintain their fit and shape. “I think that some people really know what they’re doing in the denim fabric world and have been able to replicate the fabric of the premium market,” he said.
The line will feature five styles, including boot-cut, straight-leg, skinny and legging jeans, as well as a denim jacket, all retailing between $76 and $116.
Images and article taken from WWD.Com