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Re-Create Kristin Cavallari's Airport Style with a Look for Less

Kristin Cavallari Airport Style Look for Less
When it comes to travel outfits, we always want what's comfortable and easy. But Kristin Cavallari proves that this can be done without sacrificing style. A pair of destroyed denim with a knotted tee, a cool biker jacket, and sporty sneakers will do just the trick.



Kristin Cavallari Stays Cozy in a Tan Coat and Black Sweater

Kristin Cavallari's tan coat and black sweater with black ankle boots look for less
Kristin Cavallari reminds us to never underestimate the power of an all-black outfit. Always stylish and slimming!



Throwback Thursday: Kristin Cavallari's Utility Vest and Ankle Booties

Kristin Cavallari's utility olive military vest outfit idea
This look from last summer shows Kristin Cavallari working a utility vest with a beige top, distressed jeans and lace-up ankle booties from her collab with Chinese Laundry.

Throwback Thursday: Kristin Cavallari's Cable Knit Sweater and Black Leggings Look for Less

Kristen Cavallari Look for Less
When looking for the most bang for your buck, timeless closet staples are truly the best investment. Kristin Cavallari's look from 2011 is just as in style today as it was then, proving that basic pieces can transcend fads or trendy pieces. Kristin styles her cable-knit sweater with black leggings, tall buckled riding boots and a chic leather handbag. Reimagined I've stuck with her classic look, but added updates like the trapeze structure in the handbag and an option to add a little edge with a lace-up option. Whether you opt for the classic look or update it, you'll be looking chic and staying comfortable this season! Get the look below, and make sure to check out my latest find from H&M, "treggings." The jegging-alternative offers a thicker, sturdier, stretchable fabric that makes it 100% acceptable to sport the tight-fitting legwear as pants.

Kristen Cavallari Look for Less


Kristin Cavallari Photo Credit: Anthony Monterotti, Pacific Coast News