Stars in Denim

How some of our favorite celebs are wearing denim, the great equalizer.
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Cameron Diaz

Curious about how to wear torn-up jeans without looking too grungy? Follow Cameron’s lead and pair them with a ladylike blouse and belt.
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Sheryl Crow

If the skinny-jean style sounds scary, try a straight-leg cut. It’s flattering and easy to tuck into high boots.
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Mary Tyler Moore

The jean jacket finds fame again! Mix and match with cheerful florals, not – we repeat, not – with more denim down below.
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Gwen Stefani

Some of the best new denim avoids the "blue jean" title completely. Style icons, such as singer Gwen Stefani, experiment with charcoal hues.
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Halle Berry

Always gorgeous Halle Berry knows not to be afraid of different cuts and crops. Her mid-calf denim is beachy boho and works well with cozy neutrals.
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Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon

Denim and jeans are not one and the same. Pick up on a spring trend and try the classic fabric in shirts and dresses.
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Elle Macpherson

Forget fishing your old denim jacket from the back of your closet-it’ll be much too boxy. Instead, go for a fitted cut and use it as a light-weight topper.
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Sarah Jessica Parker

No, extra-light denim is not a fashion faux-pas. The super-relaxed hue is perfect weekend wear and easy to match.
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Mariah Carey

Having one of those "I have nothing to wear" moments? Simplify your look with a classic combo, like la Carey: blue jeans and a white button-down shirt. WANT MORE CELEBS IN DENIM? SEE CELEBS WHO WEAR JEANS WELL
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