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Get the Look: Cameron Diaz

By |   July - 28 - 2009

Cameron Diaz’s very casual outfit looks incredible on her, even with the fishing boots. Replicating this look is super easy and will have you looking just as casual and trendy as she does.

Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz is wearing a pair of the uber trendy and pretty expensive J Brand jeans in the skinny style. Now part of the appeal of her ensemble is she’s wearing just the right clothes for the time, but you can get away with wearing a less expensive version because, let’s face it, you’re not being hounded by paparazzi all the time and, well, you’re not a celebrity.

Topping her jeans, Cameron Diaz has chosen a tight white tank top which you can pick up at any discount department store for a few dollars at this time of year. Over the tank top she’s selected a cropped vest which takes the look from jeans and a tank top to so much more. If you want to add your own personality to the ensemble try going with a different style vest.

Finally, the part of the outfit that makes or breaks the look, the shoes. Personally I’m a fan of heels and the look of these boots reminds me of my dad’s fishing hip waders, only shorter. But if you really want to complete the look then a pair of knee high flat black boots are an essential element. I’d opt for a bit dressier shoe for a minor modification, something with a heel.

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