Kim Kardashian, Jamie Chung, Salma Hayek, And Then Some More In Chic This Week
Cheerful Thursday all!
I’m heading to the New York Botanical Garden today evening time to look at the Frida Kahlo show: all of you ought to visit it in the event that you haven’t already!
Celebs kept it a bit on the Chic This Week. Denim was certainly in abundance and most adhered to their ordinary chic “uniforms” including agreeable, stretch-filled dresses, straightforward ankle strap shoes, stripes, and a few flats here and there.
Let us see what they wore!
Kim Kardashian may now hold the Guinness World Record for the most trench coats and spandex pencil skirts possessed by any one individual ever. She adhered to her maternity wear formula while enjoying some retail treatment at Barney’s in LA. Her pieces of the day? An Isabel Marant Garnett Packaway Trench Coat, $210 Wolford Fatal Dress, and Jimmy Choo Kano Rope Sandals.
After her bold striped look this week, Jamie Chung kept it more subdued taking all things together white while out on the town in the City of Angels—save for the pop of shading with her blue bag.
Salma Hayek adhered to the classics in a black and white striped top, black trousers, and black shoes while at the 2015 Film Society of Lincoln Center Summer Talks. The lady authentically needs nothing to look drop dead ravishing!
A basic lace-hem LBD and side-swept hair were Jessica Parker Kennedy’s decisions for the Starz Blunt Talk Series Premiere in LA. No grievances here.
Kate Bosworth was retro chic in Beverly Hills. For her day out, she wore a stripe button front shirt with a difference printed pocket, wide-leg, tie-waist pants that hit at the ankle, and flats. Her style is perfect!
More denim! Olivia Palermo was close by at the StyleWatch x Revolve Fall Fashion Party in an off-the-shoulder Johanna Ortiz top, pants, Dolce & Gabbana flats, and a two-tone croc bag. Does she ever have an off day?
Balmain dresses additionally make a sprinkle on red carpet! Emily Ratajkowski demonstrated to us why in a green periphery number at the We Are Your Friends Premiere in Lille, France. Olivier Rousteing merits a round of acclaim for this one.