Erika Jayne showed off a dressier version of the sweatshirts as she was pictured arriving home in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The Real Housewife, 50, rocked a gray tracksuit with expensive accessories including a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps and a Louis Vuitton handbag for a day of shopping.
The sighting comes just days after the embattled Bravo star announced the launch of a line of hair extensions as part of a “new chapter in my life”, amid her ongoing legal woes.
Designer duds: The Real Housewife, 50, modeled a gray tracksuit with expensive accessories including a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps and a Louis Vuitton handbag for a day of shopping
Erika looked glamorous even when dressed in a gray tracksuit that featured flared pants and a fitted hoodie.
The Bravo star expertly balanced herself on a pair of white pumps and coordinated her look with oversized white framed sunglasses while stepping out of her black Range Rover.
Adding a pop of color to the look, she carried a pink monogram chain Louis Vuitton bag from the brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
She also appeared to be on a lunch errand on her way home with a to-go bag from The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker in West Hollywood.
As she continues to fund her lavish lifestyle at her own expense amid mounting legal costs, Erika has diversified her business ventures.
The latest: Although she worked hard to film the 12th season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she also has a new beauty project
Although she’s been hard at work filming the 12th season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — which will continue to capitalize on her messy financial situation with ex-husband Tom Girardi — she also has a new beauty business.
Erika announced a new line of luxury hair extensions called Pretty Mess Hair, citing her experience with a line of products both on stage and in show for a decade.
“I know what I like and work best in every situation. You name it, I wore it!” she said PEOPLE, adding, “Nothing is as powerful as a lush mane.”
Mentioning her high-profile court case, she continued to say she believed the company would help her move in a “new direction”.
“I’ve really had quite an interesting year and being part of a new company is both exciting and refreshing…It’s a new chapter in my life and I’m grateful to be moving in a glamorous and new direction. wonderful.” .’
Looking on the positive: “It’s a new chapter in my life and I’m grateful to be moving in a glamorous and wonderful new direction,” Jayne said of her line of luxury hair extensions called Pretty Mess. Hate ; photographed in September 2021
Erika’s financial situation collapsed after her ex Tom was sued for embezzlement in a Boeing plane crash in 2018 – money intended to help the families of the victims.
The disgraced and disbarred barrister – who currently resides in an assisted living facility – used funds to support the couple’s lavish lifestyle and poured money into his law firm Girardi Keese.
The blonde bombshell has repeatedly claimed she has “no idea” what the 82-year-old is doing with his money despite transferring around $20 million into his EJ Global LLC.
Additionally, it was claimed that all of her freelance income, including Housewives’ salary ($600,000), paid appearances, and endorsement deals, were all managed by Tom and that she was “kept away.” books “.
Back to shooting: After grossing $600,000 last season on The Real Housewives, the Bravo show is already in production for its 12th season with a storyline that will continue to capitalize on Jayne’s messy financial situation with her ex- husband Tom Girardi; pictured with teammates Garcelle Beauvais, Sanela Diana Jenkins (new teammate), Crystal Minkoff, Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Sutton Stracke and Lisa Rinna on November 5
Amid the ongoing investigation, Bravo has been ordered to turn over all “unaired footage, correspondence and contracts”, involving Jayne.
About the move, her attorney Evan C. Borges told Page Six that it was “another desperate move and pileup directed at Erika.”
“There is no hidden treasure, which we supported by providing the bankruptcy trustee’s attorney with all relevant banking and financial information in Erika’s possession,” Borges said at the time.
Law firm Edelson said in a legal notice brief last month that: “Far from excluding the possibility that Erika received the money from the Lion Air business settlement, [the records] showed otherwise.
“The money that belonged to the surviving widows and orphans of the victims of that plane crash had actually been used to make payments for Erika or her businesses.”
In the past: The 82-year-old disgraced and disbarred lawyer – who currently resides in an assisted living facility – used funds to support the couple’s lavish lifestyle and poured money into his law firm Girardi Keese; photographed 2017