It’s been quite some time since we’ve seen Miranda in this denim skirt. I’m surprised that she broke it out since it is a bit chilly in New York right now as the temperatures dropped. I’m not the biggest fan of denim skirts in general, but I do think it looks nice layered over the tights and with boots.
Miranda Kerr was pictured leaving her apartment on the Upper East Side in New York City yesterday. I’ve always thought it must be so strange to get used to paparazzi being outside your house, waiting for you everyday.
Miranda wore her favourite brand of denim at the moment, Frame Denim. She chose her Le Skinny jeans in Redchurch Street, which she paired with a black shirt and black flats. Usually I’m not really a fan of really light wash jeans paired with black as I often find the contrast of the shades too harsh, however I think Miranda manages to make it look good. The addition of the grey bag really helps tone things down in my opinion. You can buy these jeans online at Singer22.com for $199.
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It’s amazing how Miranda Kerr can make the simplest pieces look so great. While heading to NeueHouse in NYC, Miranda wore her Nobody Cult Skinny jeans in Addict with a simple black blouse and over the knee boots.
I also like that she added a belt to these jeans, most of the time we’ve seen her wearing them, she’s just tucked in her tops. I think the belt adds a nice polish to the look. You can buy Nobody Jeans online here.
Miranda Kerr was spotted leaving her hotel in Paris after walking a few shows during Fashion Week. The model wore a pair of Nobody Rebel Leggings in Vintage with a bag and jacket by Balmain. She then finished it off with some leopard flats.
The structure of this jacket is just breathtaking. I’m not usually a fan of shoulder pads, but knowing how much thought went into creating it is what has me wide eyed. It is slightly ’80s without feeling like Dynasty with the jeans pairing. You can click here to purchase Nobody from their website.
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