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Kate Bosworth was spotted at the LAX airport, wearing a pair of two toned Frame jeans. She paired them with a plain white t-shirt and a black velvet biker style jacket.

Kate finished off her look with a pair of mandatory white Adidas Stan Smith sneakers and Celine sunglasses.

These Frame jeans are super on trend, featuring panels of lighter and darker wash denim and an uneven frayed hem. The style is a cropped high waisted straight leg, and the jeans also have a button fly instead of a regular zip fly. You can buy them on the Frame website.

Two-toned jeans are very en vogue right now and always a good option if you want to don a different, more eye-catching pair of jeans. Check out some other two-toned jeans from Serge de Blue, Rag & Bone/JEAN, and Express.

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  1. I like the jacket that has a moto vibe but looks like when undone the attached belt could get in the way.

    Overall it is a favorable fashionable outfit.

  2. Kate Bosworth is so gorgeous. The jeans are absolutely brilliant. The price is insane, but the jeans are amazing. Notice how she’s not wearing them tight. Very important not to mess up these great lines with stretching the jeans out over tight areas. I love how she keeps her looks simple even when one of the pieces is a little crazy.

    The express pair also looks really good. It would be important to wear these oversized because of the lines and the itty bitty high pockets which look awful on tight jeans.

  3. PS. I went to try on the Frame jeans and the Express.

    I’m a 23 in Frame and sized up to a 24 in these. They were unflatteringly short on me. (5’9″) THANK GOD because until I put them on I was already rationalizing the purchase. They look far better in person than on the web site. The detailing is amazing. The back pockets are too small, high and far apart – a surprise for Frame, which usually has among the best rear view. Frame’s skinny, boot cut & flare jeans are more flattering. While I was there, i did some shopping. πŸ™‚

    The Express jeans are almost as good looking as the frame, but the decimal point has been moved to the left and they are on sale. The fit and cut are almost the same as Frame, the 00 is between a 23 and 24 and the 0 seems to be a bit bigger than a 24. The Express doesn’t have that genius V shape in the back seaming. The colors are about the same. The back pockets may be slightly better on the Express. If you are into this style, you can’t go wrong with the Express jeans as an impulse purchase. Order 1 size up because they don’t give at all. 2 sizes if you want them to be boyfriendy.

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