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City Chic: Zoe Kravitz's Black Trench Coat and Flare Jeans Look for Less

Zoe Kravitz Look for Less
Zoe Kravitz looks effortlessly pulled together in this perfect spring transitional look that doesn't stray far from her cool-girl comfort zone. She's mixed a graphic tee with the season's new flare leg jean and a crisp black trench coat for a polished look with a little edge. Sexy ankle strap heels allow her to show some skin and a fresh pedi, something we're all craving when the weather starts to warm up! I've started watching snippets of Style Code Live, a new show by Amazon that streams weeknights at 9 pm ET, and they recently talked about adding volume for spring - think wide leg pants and bell sleeves in lieu of skinny jeans and bodycon silhouettes. I can totally embrace that in small doses just like Zoe has done with her look. Read on to get my spring trench recommendation (it's under $100) plus her complete look for less...

Zoe Kravitz's black trench and flare leg jeans look for less

Shop the Celebrity Look for Less:


Treasure & Bond Flare Jeans, $58.80 // Forever 21 'Inspire' Tee, $11 // Express Trench Coat, $98 // Charlotte Russe Ankle Strap Heels, $32.99 // H&M Sunglasses, $9.99 // LC Lauren Conrad Ring Set, $11.20



Zoe Kravitz Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News


Comments
I love her cropped flares! I almost wonder if a pair of regular flared jeans, in a 'short' length, would give a similar look?:) Happy Friday Dianna!

Heidi || Wishes & Reality
#1 Heidi (Homepage) on 2016-03-18 21:12 (Reply)
I bet they would. Now when pants aren't long enough for me I can just say it's the trend, and not "flooding" :-P

Have a great weekend, friend! xo
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2016-03-19 09:25 (Reply)
Depend how short you cut the pants. If you have to cut 3" the pant will loose the flare length. If you cut 1" it will be OK.
#1.2 Millie Rodriguez on 2016-03-21 09:46 (Reply)
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