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Whatever Emma Chamberlain wears, we wear. The influencer, who began as a YouTuber sharing her thrifting vlogs, online high school life, and general quirky content about navigating young adulthood, has rapidly became a mainstream celebrity. She has hosted the Met Gala red carpets, sits front row at various fashion week events, is the face of Lancôme, Louis Vuitton and Cartier, and has racked up a following of 15.7 million on Instagram.
When the anything goes podcast host comes out with any sort of fashion content, tons of people tune in and take her advice. She’s been a longtime fan of Levi’s jeans—the vintage styles, classic cuts and baggy silhouettes—and even designed her own line of colorful, embroidered pieces with the denim brand. Her latest obsession is a ’70s-inspired flared jean she is excited to wear all throughout the holiday season.
Levi’s Ribcage Bell Women’s Jeans, $108 (levi.com)
The high-rise, bell bottom jeans come in four stunning shades: black, dark wash, medium wash and light wash, to suit your denim needs and fill any gaps you might have in your closet.
The 22-year-old, who describes her current style as “grandma chic,” said she pairs the jeans with a chunky cable knit sweater and it makes the most perfect cozy yet put-together outfit—all with room to eat well, lounge and snap photos that could potentially be sent to the entire extended family.
“I think what was inspiring to me this season was focusing on the fact that the holidays are about being comfortable. We’re hanging out with family. We’re by the fireplace. We want to look cute and chic, yes, but we want to be comfortable. For me, that was the vibe with clothes that feel cozy and just embrace the holiday season,” Chamberlain told Who What Wear. “There’s this juxtaposition of [going home for the holidays] with this cozy family time and New Year’s parties, things like that. It’s the duality of the season.”