Emily Blunt runs some errands in LA, while looking great in a pair of AG Adriano Goldschmied jeans, a tank and gladiator sandals. Although Emily’s been trying out a bunch of different styles and brands lately, this is the first time we’ve seen her in AG.
These look great on her and go very well with her casual outfit. I feel like we’ve seen more and more celebrities wearing AG recently, and the brand is definitely staying on top of trends with their colored and patterned styles. You can buy AG jeans online at AGjeans.com.
Emily Blunt got snapped by the paps as she was leaving a cafe after picking up a juice drink in West Hollywood, California yesterday. I love smoothies and fresh fruit juices, they are one of my favourite drinks!
Emily wore her J Brand Jodhpur pants in Vintage Stallion for a second time with sandals and a cropped tee. I actually like that she loosely and messily cuffed these jeans, it gives them more of a rougher feel and I think it suits the look. Are you a fan of the Jodhpur pants as a fashionable pant or do you prefer them for horse riding? Buy these jeans at Singer22.com for $227.
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As soon as I saw J Brand’s riding pants, the Jodhpur in Vintage Stallion, I couldn’t wait to see which celebrity would be the first to wear them. I was a little surprised when I spotted Emily Blunt in them, since she’s not always a super trendy dresser, but I think that she styled them nicely.
I think by keeping her top and shoes simple, it really highlights the pants. What do you think of the riding pant trend? Are you going to try it? Personally, I love it and I can’t wait to try a pair. Buy these jeans at Trilogy Stores for ┬ú265.
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Emily Blunt runs errands in a pair of J Brand’s Earhart Modern Flight pants in Vintage Pendleton. Emily will be heading to Toronto International Film Festival next month to debut her film, Your Sister’s Sister, which is “an emotionally twisted tale of sisters, brothers, and best friends.” Sounds interesting!
J Brand is one of my favorite brands and I’m glad that they’re starting to branch out into chinos and eventually into sportswear. You can read Lorna’s review of these pants here.