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Rihanna stepped out in London for a dinner date (!) with Drake wearing a Deadboys Clubhouse Raif Adelberg Drugs hoodie, distressed boyfriend jeans and Christian Louboutin pumps. The rude gal accessorized the look with a Jeremy Scott x Melody Ehsani Farsi Arabic nameplate and  a red mani.

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I love this look for a casual cool day (not so much for dinner). Distressed boyfriend jeans and pumps are just so undeniably sexy! Here are three ways to get a similar look that you can wear this week! Enjoy : )

Look 1: Brian Lichtenberg sweatshirt, Rebecca Minkoff boyfriend jeans

Mix a Brian Lichtenberg sweatshirt and Rebecca Minkoff boyfriend jeans with a huge steal: $56 Asos heels. Accessorize it all with a chunky Asos chain, travel friendly foldable Ray Ban aviator shades and a fun B Brian Atwood leather backpack.

Look #2: River Island sweatshirt, Topshop boyfriend jeans

Get print happy in a River Island sweatshirt, Topshop boyfriend jeans, Jeffrey Campbell pumps (in red or waterproof grey) and a Rebecca Minkoff bag. Put some icing on the cake with a Hive & Honey necklace, C Wonder cuff and  Dolce & Gabbana perfume. Finish it all off with a white Anna Sui Mini Mouse mani and Lord & Berry matte lipstick.

Look #3: French Connection sweatshirt, J Brand boyfriend jeans

Keep it cute in a French Connection sweatshirt, J Brand boyfriend jeans, Rebecca Minkoff studded bag and leopard Christian Louboutin pumps. Then add some fun Juicy Couture earrings (Sale Alert! 40% off). For beauty, try Clarins bronzer, Bobbi Brown eyeliner, No7 Perfect lipstick and holographic Essie nail polish.

Happy Shopping!

-Joy Adaeze of


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