Posted Mar 14 2011 @ 06:51 PM
Photographed in Los Angeles on March 10, Ashley Greene was snapped making a healthy stop at Whole Foods Market while rocking a double denim ensemble as she picked up her groceries. Starting with Kate Spade's skinny jeans (like James Jeans' Twiggy in W Troy 2), Ashley donned a lighter wash denim shirt along with a pair of black ballet flats and oversized sunglasses for her 'fit. For those of you who aren't ready to give headfirst into the double denim pool, try pairing either Joe's Jeans' Sexy Single Shirt in Blue/White or Soul Revival's Sexy Cross Stitch Shirt in White with a pair of dark wash skinnies. Boy, those shirts aren't shy about declaring just how "sexy" they are - ha! Accessory wise, all you'll need is a great leather bag, like Julie K Handbags' Robin in Cognac, and you'll be set. If you haven't heard, Greene and the rest of the cast and crew of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn were recently evacuated from Vancouver Island - where they were filming - due to a tsunami warning stemming from the tragic earthquake in Japan. Ashley was asked about her thoughts on the tragedy, and the current status of filming, and replied: "Everything kind of got turned upside down and inside out. We got the least of the brunt of things. We have to be thankful for that. But really, itís more about that we had to pick up and move to a different location and switch scenes around, but we are certainly moving forward and carrying on. Itís not really going to affect the film too harshly." She continued, "Iíve certainly voiced my opinion ó as have a lot of my other friends ó about raising money for Japan and being with them and praying for them, because I think itís something unpredictable and horrible and unexpected and really unfortunate and heartbreaking. I certainly send out my prayers and my thoughts to the people and to their loved ones and lost ones. And hopefully, we as Americans are going to do everything we can to help them rebuild." Thoughts, readers?
Ashley Greene seen in Los Angeles, CA on Mar 10 2011.