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It’s Celebrity Denim Diva Of The Week time, so please check through my nominations and let us know who you think is the most stylish by voting for your favourite at the bottom of this post.

Rihanna in J Brand Jeans – Rihanna can pull off any look, even red lips, a see-through one piece and distressed denim. Love this biker chick vibe.

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Ashley Greene in J Brand – Great pop of colour from Ashley Greene. Amazing bag. Great heels. Skinny jeans. A simple look, well done!

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Taylor Swift in Goldsign Lure Skinny Jeans – This is a little to simple for me. But perfect for casual off duty days. I’d have worn these Goldsign Skinny jeans with high heels and a colour punch scarf!

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Minka Kelly in 7 For All Mankind – This is a cool retro look with sunglasses, stacked platforms and oversized bag. I’m a fan of the jeans, but worn all together? I’m not convinced.

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Geri Halliwell in MiH Jeans – UK weather equals layers. It looks like Geri is wearing everything from her wardrobe here…but it did reach minus 12 degrees this week! Love the fur jacket.

Love Donna
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3 COMMENTS

  1. No, Rihanna can’t “pull off any look.” No one should look like a prostitute on the street. It’s grossly immodest and offensive to the dignity of women. This look does nothing to instill respect for womanhood, which has been in sharp decline since rap music gained acceptance in the music world.

  2. No, Rihanna can't “pull off any look.” No one should look like a prostitute on the street. It's grossly immodest and offensive to the dignity of women. This look does nothing to instill respect for womanhood, which has been in sharp decline since rap music gained acceptance in the music world.

  3. No, Rihanna can't “pull off any look.” No one should look like a prostitute on the street. It's grossly immodest and offensive to the dignity of women. This look does nothing to instill respect for womanhood, which has been in sharp decline since rap music gained acceptance in the music world.

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