Jennifer Lawrence's $68 Skinny Jeans Are So Flattering

Who says you need to spend more than $200 on designer jeans to mimic your favorite stars? As it turns out, you can get a pair of celebrity-approved, flattering jeans for less than $75. Jennifer Lawrence recently stepped out in Los Angeles wearing Everlane High-Rise Skinny Jeans ($68) with A.L.C.'s Ford Shawl Collar One-Button Velvet Jacket ($795).

While her entire outfit was perfect from head-to-toe (hello, velvet for fall), we immediately zeroed in on her jeans. "Made of premium Japanese denim with just a touch of stretch, this pair is designed with a holds-you-in high rise for a sleek fit," Everlane's product description reads. "Quite possibly the most flattering jean—ever." Plus, the jeans have over 390 reviews on Everlane's website. Sounds convincing to us.

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On Jennifer Lawrence: A.L.C. Ford Shawl Collar One-Button Velvet Jacket ($795); Everlane High-Rise Skinny Jeans ($68)

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