Lauren Conrad was seen making a visit to a salon in West Hollywood, California last week. She was wearing a pair of Nine Days Denim shorts in Rinse with flip flops, a striped tee, Raybans and a Miu Miu bag. I’m really loving the bag! It’s so cute and it matches perfectly to her flip flops and the rest of her outfit. This outfit is so cute!
Did any of you read Lauren’s book? I haven’t but it did look interesting. I wonder what she is going to be doing now? I’ve never tried Nine Days Denim either, these shorts look really nice though. Maybe I will have to give them a go! Buy these shorts at Tobi for only $88! What a bargain! You can also find out more about the Nine Days Denim brand by visiting their site here.
Annalynne Mccord poses with her 90210 co-star Trevor Donovan at the Hurley Walk the Walk Teen fashion competition. Annalynne shared co-hosting the event and Lauren Conrad served as a judge. The event was aimed at supporting high school arts programs. Six high schools shared their runway looks for high school themed events, then competed for a chance to win $25,000 for their school.
Annalynne’s style is always a little bit unique. She wore a casual outfit of a blazer, complete with itty-bitty shorts. Her shorts are by True Religion. Although I’m not always a fan of her style (or tiny shorts!) hers show off her amazing legs! I think she pulls them off well.
The Hills girls, Lauren Conrad, Lo Bosworth and Whitney Port all teamed up this month to grace the pages of the May issue of Glamour magazine. Lauren Conrad wore a pair of J Brand cut off jeans on the cover and a cute striped tank by Citizens of Humanity.
Although it originally started as a way to raise money and awareness for breast cancer, PRVCY Premium denim quickly became a celeb favorite. Celebrities like Carrie Underwood, Paris Hilton and Lauren Conrad are all fans of the line. PRVCY Premium recently launched their first commercial. Check it out below.
You can also view a video about the founder of PRVCY Premium and learn more about the brand’s mission below: