Olivia Wilde was spotted feeding a parking meter before heading out to lunch with friends in LA. Although she has quite a few different films, both filming and in post-production, she took some time to appear on the cover of the April issue of the UK’s GQ magazine.
Olivia wore a pair of Black Orchid’s Julien Jarmoune’s Black Pearl Bootcut jeans in Aged wash. Olivia has been on the blog quite a few times recently, wearing a lot of different brands of jeans but it’s nice to see her in Black Orchid again. You can buy Black Orchid jeans online at Revolveclothing.com.
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Olivia Wilde paired what looks to be a waxed denim jacket with a striped maxi dress and ankle booties. This jacket looks really unique, I haven’t seen too many waxed denim jackets. It’s great how it looks blue in some light and darker gray in others.
Olivia has been keeping busy promoting her film, Cowboys and Aliens. She also has 5 other movies that are in post-production for this year and next! Looks like we’ll be seeing a lot of Olivia on the big screen!
Olivia Wilde was caught on her way to her office in Los Angeles, California. She wore a pair of Black Orchid Black Betty Trousers in Cyberspace. I think these are a great pair of jeans. I love the trouser style of them. The wash, also, is a great one.
I’m actually surprised to see that Olivia has so many movies coming out. Truthfully, I just never saw her as a movie star, just a big television actress. I’m happy to see that she is getting more successful. She is one that is beautiful and talented. You can click here to purchase these jeans at RevolveClothing for $123.
One of the most beautiful women, if not the most beautiful, graces the cover of Nylon’s annual Denim Issue this year. Olivia Wilde sports a pair of Genetic Denim Double Yoke Tuxedo shorts for the cover. For the spread she is wearing a ton of denim by Roxy, Current/Elliott, J Brand, GAP and more. Those Bess shoes are crazy!
I love that Nylon has an annual denim issue. We rarely ever hear about denim having their own issue from a big name magazine. They also don’t stick to just the bigger names either. They choose what is best for the look whether it be $10-$500. How many of you are going to pick up this issue?