Another day and more errands to run for Jennifer Garner! We’ve seen Jennifer in a lot of Citizens of Humanity lately, but most recently, she wore a pair of J Brand’s 814 Mid-Rise cigarette jeans with a chambray blouse and Chanel flats.
Jennifer has been looking great lately, but unfortunately I’m not the biggest fan of this look, I think it’s a bit too baggy on her. Buy J Brand online at JBrandJeans.com.
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A solo Jennifer Garner was seen picking up a few things at Brentwood County Mart before heading back to her car and picking up her daughter Violet.
Jennifer wore her Citizens of Humanity Avedon skinny jeans in Glory with a snakeskin blouse and a pair of suede boots. I absolutely love this outfit on Jennifer! She looks really put together and polished, and her jeans fit her really well. I hope that we keep seeing her in cute outfits. Buy Citizens of Humanity online at SINGER22.com.
Jennifer Garner spent the afternoon doing some grocery shopping with her daughter Violet at the Farmer’s Market in Pacific Palisades, California a few days ago.
Jennifer chose to wear her Citizens of Humanity Thompson midrise ankle length skinny jeans in True with some sandals and a pink top. This is definitely not the first time we have spotted Jen out in these jeans, we have blogged her on numerous occasions sporting the True wash. I think it’s gorgeous, don’t you?
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Jennifer Garner was spotted solo at the farmer’s market where she picked up some flowers and fruit before heading to Starbucks for some coffee. We almost never see Jennifer out without her children, I wonder if they’re with Ben for the day?
Jen wore her Citizens of Humanity Thompson midrise ankle skinny jeans in Honor wash again with a sweater and black flats. This is the third time recently that Jen has been seen wearing these jeans. I think they’re a great style for her and a lot more flattering than some of the pairs she’s been seen in before, however, I actually think I prefer the True wash on her.
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