We are not surprised that Gwen Stefani gained success in the fashion world since many of the women in her family were seamstresses. Known for her impeccable style, she is recognized for her Harajuku Lovers line, a clothing collection inspired by Japanese culture and fashion. These days, the American fashion designer is considered one of the most inspiring fashion trendsetters by her legion of fans. She is one of the few musicians who have a talent to launch a flourishing fashion line. In 2003, she first introduced her own designs through the launching of L.A.M.B. clothing line.
The 42-year-old beauty seemed to know the myriad ways to attract fashion fans across the world. She can’t help but put on a catwalk show every time she leaves the house with her children. The No Doubt singer recently stepped out for a family lunch at Buddha Belly in Los Angeles with her sons Kingston and Zuma. The trio was spotted wearing ultra fashionable ensembles.
The lovely singer and her adorable kids with husband Gavin Rossdale donned a festive-themed attire as they headed for a meal at the Pan-Asian restaurant. Gwen looked fabulous in an over-sized leopard print jumper over a black frock. She paired the chic top with opaque tights and knee-high buckled black boots. To emphasize her stunning appearance, she accessorized with huge sunglasses, a massive black and white handbag and sparkling ornaments. With a slash of pink lipstick and red nails, she is a picture of a stylishly pretty blonde lady.
Meanwhile, Kingston and Zuma wore tight tartan trousers with biker boots. The eldest sibling, Kingston, morphed into a festive toy soldier by sporting a red jacket over a crisp white shirt and black waistcoat. Zuma looked good-looking in a khaki double-breasted waistcoat.
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