Kim Kardashian Trades Leggings For Ripped Jeans

06/26/2009 at 05:01 PM ET

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Stars like Cameron Diaz, Beyonce, Rihanna and more are embracing summer’s ripped jean trend and Kim Kardashian is no exception. The reality star took to her official website to blog about her new favorite piece of clothing. “Right now, ripped jeans are my absolute favorite thing!” she writes. “I have replaced my leggings look with a ripped jean look!” Kim showed off her new look while out to lunch in L.A. by pairing Bebe jeans with an Elizabeth and James over-sized blouse. Her Bebe jeans weren’t the only thing Kim saved on — she boasts that she scored her studded Louboutin booties for 60% off! And while Kim can have her pick of any designer jeans, the star says she is loving Bebe. “They are my new favorite jeans! They fit me so good!” she blogs. We are loving the ripped jeans look and are happy to see them replacing leggings. Tell us: Have you traded your leggings for ripped jeans?

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The Glamorous Life: Kardashian Sisters to Design for Bebe | M.I.S.S. on

[...] was ever a celebrity that could design for Bebe, it’s definitely the Kardashian’s. Kim has stated that Bebe denim is among her favorite to wear, and the girls’ stylist Monica Rose outfits them in the brand on a regular basis. Being known [...]

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Canny blog. Good fun to read. Thanks

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