Kendall Jenner Wore the Expensive-Looking Trend Worth Ditching Your Jeans For

Here at Who What Wear, we’re denim fanatics. If we’re not talking about which denim trends are in and out, we’re informing you of the coolest pieces to wear with jeans, so it takes an item that’s just as versatile and easy to wear for us to want to set aside our beloved denim. Well, you’re about to meet one such pair of pants that is so good it’ll inspire you to do a little denim detox, at least for the time being.

While on her way to The Late Show With Jimmy Fallon, Kendall Jenner was spotted wearing a pair of loose trouser-like leather pants that she styled with an oversize button-down shirt, square-toe heels, and a Prada shoulder bag. Leather looks were all over the F/W 19 runways from Bottega Veneta to Ganni, and the luxe separates never fail to make any outfit look expensive, so it’s no surprise why seeing Jenner’s trendy outfit makes us want to set aside our jeans in favor of leather trousers. Ahead, see how Kendall wore the leather trend in NYC along with more evidence of the trend on the street and then shop out leather pant picks.

On Kendall Jenner: Prada Shoulder Bag ($1590)

Next up: Even more trending leather pieces (all under $50).

Confirmed by Selena Gomez: This Affordable Brand Makes the Best Coats

Selena Gomez is currently in London promoting her forthcoming album, which means that we’ve been blessed with a slew of outfits to discuss, think about, and shop. And the point of this particular discussion is Gomez’s zebra-print faux-fur coat that she paired with a black turtleneck, jeans, and ankle boots. It’s the type of outfit you could wear every day this time of year, and the statement coat she wore only further proves what we already knew: Mango makes the best affordable coats on the market.

Gomez’s particular coat is on the higher end as far as Mango coats go (it’s $300), but the black-and-white number is quite versatile, and you’re likely to wear it for seasons to come. Plus, it could easily be mistaken for a much pricier one. We wish we had a dollar for every time a celeb or influencer is photographed wearing a Mango coat because we’d be able to buy a whole bunch of them ourselves. The brand’s outerwear selection is chock-full of both classic and trend-forward options that will have everyone asking you where yours is from, and we shopped out the very best ones (in addition to Gomez’s).

Scroll for our favorite Mango coats ATM, and shop more of the cool looks Selena Gomez is wearing in London right now.

On Selena Gomez: Mango Belted Faux Fur Coat ($300); Louis Vuitton jacket, denim pants, and boots

On Selena Gomez: Wardrobe.NYC Release 04 Double-Breasted Cotton Trench Coat ($1137); JW Anderson pants; Louis Vuitton boots

On Selena Gomez: Free People Turn Up Fleece Zip Hoodie ($119); Selena Gomez Lose You to Love Me Tie Dye Hoodie ($70) and Tie Dye Sweatpants ($70)

Next up, how Katie Holmes made a T-shirt and Mango jacket look incredibly expensive.

3 Low-Maintenance Holiday Hair Looks You Can Do in Fewer Than 5 Steps

Despite being a beauty editor, I am completely helpless when it comes to styling my own hair. In fact, if I can get away with it, I pretty much let my strands air-dry into their natural waves whenever possible, or when that doesn’t work, I’ll simply scoop everything up into a high ponytail or topknot. Alas, once the holiday season rolls around (and I have about five times the number of social engagements than I normally do), I start to get a little panicked. Although I do love my natural bends and waves, it’s more of an undone bedhead look, which lends itself much better to the more lax summer season than holiday cocktail attire or fancy get-togethers. Therefore, I’m perpetually in search of easy, low-maintenance, but still glamorous hairstyles I can sport this time of year without too many tears or cuss words in front of my vanity pre-event. Anyone else with me here?

To get some inspiration, I reached out to the inventor of the Beachwaver and one of the top celebrity hairstylists in the industry, Sarah Potempa, who regularly works with stars such as Lea Michele, Camila Cabello, and Emily Blunt. Her mission: to create three different holiday hair looks on me in five steps or fewer. Keep scrolling! We have the step-by-step tutorials and must-have products shown below. 

“To add volume to the root, gently tease two to three sections of the hair—one of my biggest tips is to tease the hair by going in and down only, rather than repeatedly moving the comb up and down,” explains Potempa. 

“Spray a brush with The Beachwaver Co. Great Barrier Heat Protectant Hairspray ($28) and brush the hair into a low ponytail. Secure the ponytail with a hook elastic, leaving out a couple of pieces in the front. Next, cover the ponytail elastic by wrapping a piece of your hair around it and securing it with a hairpin. Gently tug the hair at the base to create more texture and volume.” 

“To create a clean bun for this look, I love to use an accessory like The Beachwaver Co. Wrap Up ($10). Slide the hair in, pinch it closed, and roll it under to the base. Bend the right side upward, and then the left upward, and finish by pinching it into a horseshoe shape. Secure the with a couple of hairpins.”

“Take a ribbon and tie it around the base, creating an easy bow at the top. To create a beautiful V shape at the tips of the ribbon, pinch the ribbon in half and cut it at an angle. Or, for a more dramatic bow, leave the ends of the ribbon out, and clip in The Beachwaver Co. Velvet Bow ($4)at the top of the bun.”

Create a deep side part by drawing a line from the arch of the eyebrow back to create the perfectly placed part to complement your features. Then, spritz strands with hair spray.

“Beach-wave the hair by sectioning and starting at the at the bottom and working your way up,” Potempa instructs. “Curl the iron under and on an angle under, pressing the arrow toward the face.” For the top layers, Potempa says to lift the hair up like a roller set and hold the iron parallel, which will create more volume exactly where you want it. 

Allow your hair to completely cool so that the curl pattern sets.

“Spritz your hair spray on a mini-size brush. Hold the hair in a ponytail shape with your fingers, and gently brush hair out,” she finishes. 

“Spray your brush with hair spray,” Potempa starts. “For the perfectly placed half-up pony, draw a line from the back of the ear back on both sides. 

Gently brush into a high ponytail and secure with a clear elastic.”

Tug at the ponytail to add more volume and texture on top.

Then, start beach-waving the hair in alternate directions all over. 

Tie a beautifulribbon or bowonto the ponytail for the perfect holiday look.

Up next: Kim K.’s Hairstylist Made My Hair Look Twice as Thick in 5 Minutes—Here’s How

8 Reasons That Gwyneth Paltrow’s Skin Looks So Great at 47

While age is nothing but a number, I have to admit that I’m somewhat fascinated with the way in which celebrities like Victoria BeckhamJennifer Lopez and, of course, Gwyneth are only looking more and more incredible in their 40s and 50s. And, as someone who turned 30 this year with skin that doesn’t even boast a fraction of these A-listers luminosity, I’m all about taking a leaf out of their skincare books. 

Of course, Gwyneth Paltrow has made a career from being the queen of wellness, so it’s no surprise that the Goop founder has a majorly radiant complexion. But while we’ve previously caught up with her makeup artist, Jamie Greenberg, to chat about her application tips for women in their 40s, I wanted to hear from Paltrow directly on the products that she swears by for her incredible skin.

Ahead, keep scrolling for eight reasons that Gwyneth Paltrow’s skin looks so damn great at 47. Then shop her product picks.

“I drink so much water and always have, but I’m always dehydrated,” Paltrow told Elle. “I’ve been doing research about mineralizing water and adding Himalayan sea salt to it to help with absorption. It doesn’t taste amazing, but it really mineralizes the water and makes a big difference.”

“The [Goop Exfoliating Instant Facial] to me is like a professional facial in a jar,” Paltrow told Harper’s Bazaar. “On the jar, it says to only use it three times a week but I use it every night.”

“At Goop, we approach skincare—especially glow—from the inside out,” Gwyneth explained on her wellness website, Goop. “This antioxidant skin superpowder wakes up my skin—and it tastes so fresh and citrusy.”

“At nighttime, I always love to use Vintner’s Daughter ($186). I love it—my skin tends to be on the drier side,” she said of her nighttime skincare routine. “It’s not only an oil-based serum. April, the woman who makes it, says it’s full of all sorts of fantastic things—it really heals the skin.”

Chatting through her daily skincare routine with Into the Gloss, Gwyneth explained how she’ll layer an SPF over her daytime moisturizer. “l put on [a moisturizer] plus a sunscreen over that. I like the Coola and Drunk Elephant ones.”

“Juice Beauty makes an algae face mask ($10), and if I’m on a really long flight I’ll put it on while I’m watching a movie,” Paltrow said of her travel skincare routine. “It’s really brilliant, made with organic ingredients and very hydrating. I just sit there looking a little weird on the plane.”

“If I’m wearing makeup, I’ll take it off with the Goop Luminous Melting Cleanser ($90), which is a balm,” Gwyneth said. “You emulsify it in your hands and really massage it in and then take it off with a hot, wet cloth, and your skin is so clean and glowy afterwards.”

As such a fan of exfoliation, it’s important for Paltrow to comfort her skin afterwards. “We also just started selling the May Lindstrom Blue Cocoon on Goop, and it’s so good to soothe skin after exfoliating,” she told Into the Gloss. “So after I scrub off the mask, I make sure to put that on.”

This easy peel helps you to fake that “just got a facial” glow.

This hydrating eye cream is perfect for winter.

This giftable set includes a mask, face oil, and eye oil.

This foaming cleanser is designed to detox your skin.

A worthwhile purchase if you have dry skin.

This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

I Thought Buying This $19 Amazon Bikini Was Sketchy, But I’m So Glad I Did

So something about me: I love Amazon. The fact that I can place an order for anything from coffee filters to T-shirts and have it land on my doorstep 48 hours later is, to me, a beautiful thing. But I have to admit that making a clothing purchase from one of the e-tailer’s affordable brands gives me pause. That $19 leopard-print bikini is calling my name, but it’s tough to know what kind of quality $19 will really get me. Would it fit well or poorly, look great on or gather in weird places? I considered all these things before eventually placing an order for the below swimsuit.

As the headline suggests, I can happily report that I have no buyer’s remorse. I packed the bikini for a beach vacation and found myself reaching for it over my other (far more expensive) swimsuits. What surprised me most was the fit—the straps were perfectly thin to minimize my tan lines, and unlike most triangle bikinis that have a halter tie, this one actually closes in the back more like a bra, so the straps lay even, which I much prefer.

Overall, I’m so happy purchased this seemingly random bikini and I highly recommend it to anyone. Ahead, see how I wore it and then shop the suit for yourself, plus more bikinis I have in my Amazon shopping cart.

I always look for swimsuits that are easy to style with the rest of my beach accessories, and this one definitely fits the bill.

Mirror selfie approved.

Next, six barely-there bikini trends you should have on your radar.