Cindy Crawford Has Been Wearing This Exact Outfit Combo Since 2004

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When it comes to her denim choices, Cindy Crawford has been remarkably consistent over the past 20 years. Trends have come and gone at a rapid pace over the last two decades, but Crawford has remained loyal to one style in particular: boot-cut jeans. 

This week, Crawford was photographed wearing her go-to outfit: a white blazer and dark-wash boot-cut jeans. In fact, a bit of photo research led me to two other examples of her wearing the exact same combo, one back in 2004 and one in 2015. If this doesn't prove that this outfit combination is timeless, I don't know what will. Scroll down to see how Cindy Crawford styled boot-cut jeans across three different decades. 

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