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Kristen Stewart Is A Casual Jetsetter in Balenciaga, Current/Elliott, BIRD by Juicy Couture & More!

Kristen Stewart Is A Casual Jetsetter in Balenciaga, Current/Elliott, BIRD by Juicy Couture & More!Photos: kristenstewartdaily.org; Forever 21; Barneys NY; Leisure Society; 7 For All Mankind; Zappos

Kristen Stewart has been on a whirlwind press tour for hew new movie “Snow White and the Huntsman” that has taken her from New York to Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Mexico for interviews, television appearances and premieres. We’ve seen in some beautiful dresses, cool blazers and sexy shoes, but you better believe that Kristen’s casual gear is just as coveted as her red carpet looks.

After walking the red carpet in Balenciaga the previous night for the 2012 MET Gala, Kristen took off to Paris while clad in a mixture of high and low end brands.

Kristen kept warm in her favorite black leather quilted Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière biker jacket that she paired with a black sweatshirt from Forever 21. The crew-neck, fleece H81 top featured a white chalk graphic of talking change that read “Don’t Nickel and Dime Me”.

Cute, right?

Always a devotee to denim, Kristen wore her beloved dark wash “Skinny Second Skin” jeggings from 7 For All Mankind that she cuffed a the bottom. As for her shoes, due to a recent injury, Kristen stayed away from her sneakers for the long flight in favor of an old school pair of “Be the Change” TOMS Shoes. The comfy canvas footwear are covered in the famous Ghandi quote “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Kristen accessorized with “Harvard 47” sunglasses by Leisure Society in the color Bone.

 

Kristen Stewart Is A Casual Jetsetter in Balenciaga, Current/Elliott, BIRD by Juicy Couture & More!Photos: kristenstewartdaily.org; amrag.com; Leisure Society, 7 For All Mankind, Assembly New York; farfetch.com

Just two days later it was time for the 22-year-old actress to say “au revoir” to Paris as she hopped on a private jet to London for a television appearance on “The Graham Norton Show”.

Kristen was spotted on the tarmac once again in those 7 for All Mankind skinnies, but the weather was obviously much warmer this time around as she donned an ivory “Freshman” t-shirt by Current/Elliott. This tee is available in several colors!

Tuning out the photographers with her headphones in ear; Kristen carried her gear in an Assembly New York navy blue canvas backpack, shielded her eyes from the sun with her Leisure Society shades and finished off her look with black leather “Hannah” jazz flats from Bloch Shoes.

 

Kristen Stewart Is A Casual Jetsetter in Balenciaga, Current/Elliott, BIRD by Juicy Couture & More!Photos: kristenstewartdaily.org; BIRD by Juicy Couture; Urban Outfitters

Kristen spent a great deal of time in London as she had back-to-back days of press and the world premiere of SWATH at Leicester Square, but by May 15th she was on the move again!

It must have been really chilly in Berlin, Germany because when a sleepy Kristen grabbed a later dinner with her team, she seemed to be wrapped up in her heaviest garment yet!

With her hair thrown up in a ponytail and clad in her 7FAM‘s and a Led Zeppelin vintage t-shirt, Kristen rocked a ridiculously cool jacket from BIRD by Juicy Couture.

This black coat comes from the Fall 2009 collection and features multiple pockets, half button / half zipped closure, a detachable hood and a chunky ribbed stretch hem.

The pièce de résistance would definitely be those built-in fingerless gloves! I love them!

She finished off this look with an old pair of overdyed yellow canvas sneakers from Urban Outfitters. Kristen actually wore these in her 2011 film “Welcome to the Rileys”. Can you guess which scene?

What do you think of Kristen’s laid back, casual style?

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