If your denim jacket has been in rotation for a while, chances are you could use new ideas on how to wear it, especially now that it's Summer. To the rescue are 14 stylish celebrities, including the always stylish Emmy Rossum, Amy Adams, and Hailee Steinfeld. Like the ensembles you're about to see, we love the idea of juxtaposing a boyish denim jacket with girlier pieces, playing with proportions with a cropped jacket and longer tunics, and going edgy with a denim and leather pairing. Want to know more? Head inside to witness all the famous faces working denim jackets right now, and to draw inspiration for your future denim-jacket looks.
While sitting front row during London Fashion Week, Olivia Palermo proved her ongoing affinity for Tibi — twofold. The style pro worked her Tibi mesh sweater ($175, originally $250) into two standout looks! It's just further proof that this fashion star knows how to rework her closet — or in this case, the contents of her suitcase. At the Temperley London show (left), she mixed the prints in her knit with a zigzag miniskirt, then finished with a black-and-white Tibi blazer and red printed pumps for a funky take on the ladylike look. Prior to that, Olivia sported her Tibi sweater at Sass & Bide (right) with a more laid-back twist, donning a double-zip cape, Paige Premium skinny jeans ($199), and the same graphic heels for a sexy but casual approach. Now it's your turn — score Olivia's exact Tibi sweater at 30 percent off to channel some Palermo-inspired style for work, weekend, and beyond.
First we had the jegging, now there's another pant-meets-legging movement: the corduroy legging. The texture of your favorite childhood cords gets a style redux with a tighter, more sophisticated silhouette. These aren't your brother's clunky corduroys; with a more polished, flattering fit, they're made to be tucked into any of Fall's Fab boots or paired with your highest platform pumps — corduroy-chic.
The term "painter's jeans" has got a whole new meaning this season. Big denim brands such as J Brand, Paige Premium Denim, and 7 For All Mankind have been embracing the paint-splattered look on their jean selections. While this is a great DIY project, these brands have taken the time to give their denim a whole new makeover. Although the paint splats are tricky to pull off, I'm totally digging the more subtle paint detail. Would you wear this trend?
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Christina Ricci looked pretty in plaid walking down the street in Los Angeles. Her bomber jacket looked great with skinny jeans and black ballets, while her gray Chanel bag and glamorous oversize sunglasses added just the right amount of sophistication to her casual ensemble. Shop like items here!
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Although Jules might look a bit worried here, her outfit is bright and sunny! Her yellow blouse looks great with her coloring, and she pairs it with white skinny jeans and matching sandals for a fresh, summery look. This See by Chloe top is quite similar, so shop it now along with other like items!
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Although it might seem like Laurie is dressed for a night on the town, this is indeed her daytime attire. In this scene, she shares some excitement with Jules in a glitzy gold top, a pair of figure flattering jeans and matching gold wedges. You can wear the items shown here day or night, so be sure to shop them now!
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Paige Premium Denim has been working for months on its new style of jean — the Lou Lou Tulip Ankle Flare Jean ($199). It's three parts skinny jean and one part flare, which means the leg is super fitted all the way down through the calf like a skinny and then flared right before the ankle. It's nicknamed the tulip for its upside down take on the flower. Two washes are currently available exclusively at Ron Herman. "Denim trends are constantly evolving. Our mission is to create new classics and the Lou Lou jean is a true original that fits," said designer Paige Adams-Geller. Do you dig it? Gwyneth Paltrow, Kristin Cavallari, and Kate Hudson, who all recently picked up a pair, do.