Kate Bosworth was spotted leaving her hotel in New York. The actress wore the FRAME Le High Flare Dungarees in Eton Avenue with sandals from her Matisse collaboration and finished her look off with a Thakoon bag.
I am not surprised to see Kate take on the ’70s sense of these overalls full on with the styling and I actually think she carries it off really well. She somehow makes it feel modern, which I find is really hard to do with such a strong cut like these. What do you think of this look on Kate? Click here to purchase a similar style from NET-A-PORTER.
Kate Bosworth braved the rain here in Los Angeles, California while on her way to a meeting. The actress wore the GUESS Boyfriend Jacket in Picture Show with a dress layered over a t shirt. She then added some winter flare with a pair of shearling lined boots.
I find the pairing of this particular wash of the jacket with the floral printed dress to have a summer vibe, while the boots are season appropriate. Though a mix of pieces from different seasons, I find that it works well and has a very strong California attitude to it. You can click here to purchase this jacket ON SALE from the GUESS website for $45.
I am envious that the weather in the East Coast allows Kate to don a look like this one here. I think the pairing of the coat with the jeans is great. The colors work really well together and the leather Teva-like sandals add a great quirk that Kate likes to incorporate into her outfits. What do you think of her look here? You can click here to purchase these jeans from FARFETCH for $195.
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Kate Bosworth and husband Michael Polish got photographed as they made their way through LAX Airport in Los Angeles, California last week.
Kate wore a pair of STRÖM Brand Tio Zip Skinny jeans in Opus for the flight which she paired with her Marni metallic shoulder bag, sweater and kitten heels. STRÖM Brand is a fairly new brand and you might remember my post that I did letting you know all about them. You can see that by clicking here and you can head to their website by clicking here.
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