Emma Roberts Perfects Fall Style in Graphic Tee, Plaid Pants and ‘Flame’ Sneakers
Emma Roberts embraces the fall fashions in her latest Instagram Wednesday.
The 30-year-old actress teamed up with Sandro in a sponsored post that highlights the latest failures in the French label’s fall collection. The caption reads: “Loving Fall in @sandroparis” and shows Roberts lounging in an airy porch setup wearing a 70s inspired graphic t-shirt with “Love” written on it; his shirt, which costs $ 100, was paired with gray checkered cropped pants.
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At his feet, Roberts opts for the “Flame” papa sneakers from the contemporary Parisian brand made of mesh, neoprene and calfskin materials. These cool kicks will set you back $ 245 a pair, but are an effortless way to elevate any casual look.
Last month, Roberts uploaded another photo as part of St. Jude’s # 30DaysforStJude campaign to help end childhood cancer, wearing a black dress with puffed sleeves, a ruffled hem and a asymmetrical silhouette. The actress rounded off her minimalist style with a pair of checkerboard-inspired slides and Live Lokai bracelets that donate $ 1 to St. Jude, in an effort to help more families and children affected by pediatric cancer and ‘other fatal diseases.
The “American Horror Story” actress has recently been spotted in a variety of shoe designs, such as moccasins, ankle-strap kitten heels, stilettos and lace-up boots. Some of her favorite brands include Sam Edelman, J.ING, Valentino, Celine, GANNI and Bobo Choses to name a few.
If you’re looking for bulky kicks that don’t go over $ 200, then buy three options suitable for the wallets below.
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To buy: Nike Zoom Air Fire Trainers, $ 110.
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To buy: Asics Earth Day Tarther Blast sneakers.
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To buy: ShuShop Parker Multi Peach Suede Sneakers, $ 92.
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