Speed Racer Stars Dig Their Mismatched Denim: Do You?

04/30/2008 at 06:00 AM ET

Splash News; Big Pictures/Bauer-Griffin

All eyes are on the stars of Speed Racer as they make their way around the globe promoting their stylish new movie. . .so what gives with all the mismatched denim? First Emile Hirsch hit the L.A. premiere in his faded denim jacket and jeans, and then Christina Ricci mirrored the look while making her way to her London hotel. We love the solidarity between co-stars, but how about stepping it up a notch? Tell us: Do you wear denim jackets with your jeans?

FILED UNDER: Denim , Red Carpet
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lily on

Denim top and denim bottom is a definite fashion no-no regardless of the shades. You learn this in fashion 101. Duh!

michael boyle on

Christina is one of my favorite fashion people. i try to copy her style. copy her dresses, jeans, blouses, panties, shoes, boots. Although i am a boy i want to be a girl. michael boyle mjjmb@optonline.net

D* on

I’m in love with Emile Hirsch, just had to state that :)

But the mismatched denim is not a great look.

Mary on

Absolutely not. Mismatched shades of the same color of denim looks very tacky.

Pixie on

yes, if it’s black jeans and blue jacket; otherwise…NO

Heather on

The only time this is appropriate is when it’s blue denim with white denim. Period.

gina gatewood on

no way its too country one or the other never boyh , looks bad

kesha on

omg y wuld anyone do dat she musta lost it…lol…

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