The 41year-old actress, singer, and “Open Book” author recently slipped right out of her entertainment shoes and into her designer ones – turning $1 billion in 2015 sales, Jessica Simpson Style is going stronger than ever, with the “Dukes of Hazzard” star now in the news for fresh promo photos.
Posting both to her own Instagram and her brand’s one, Jessica stunned in skin-tight pants and a matching jacket, and it was one unbuttoned affair.They come as Jessica, who came with Daisy Dukes as her identity back in the 2000s, keeps up with one side of her former image.
The mom of three, shot outdoors in fields and at sunset, was first snapped backside to the camera and flaunting the 100 pounds she dropped in 2019, all perfect peach and endless legs in her co-ordinating getup.
Wearing tighter-than-skin blue pattern jeans with a retro flare, plus an equally clingy matching jacket, Jessica even threw in a hat.
Throwing out her killer figure and posing with a confident expression, Jessica then doubled down on her look with a photo showing her reclining on a wooden chair and showing off the sexy unbuttoned finish.
A caption from the blonde shouted out both COVID and her brand.My friends and family all joke about how being a homebody at heart has been rewarding for me during the pandemic because I haven’t had to leave my Prairie tale of a home,” it read.
Sequential Moves Closer to Selling Joe’s Jeans, Jessica Simpson Brands in Bankruptcy
Bankrupt licensing business Sequential Brands Group Inc. said a potential buyer of its Joe’s Jeans line has raised its offer by 18%, while Jessica Simpson and her family are closer to finalizing a bid for a majority stake in her lifestyle collection.
Centric Brands LLC, the lead bidder for the Joe’s Jeans brand, has increased its offer to $45 million from $38.2 million, court documents show. Centric sweetened its offer to match an unsolicited bid made by another party, according to records.