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Emmys Fugs and Fabs: Women in White


 

Something about this parade is weirdly soothing. I’m so relaxed right now.

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Well Played Cover: Kristen Wiig on Elle, August 2014


I wasn’t sold on this at first — I think it’s because I prefer her as a brunette, maybe? — but I’ve come around and now I think she looks relaxed and cool in a way she rarely does on the red carpet.

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Met Gala Fug Carpet: Kristen Wiig in Alexander Wang


She’s back to black. She also, I hear, gets decent reception of ESPN and Bravo.

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Fug or Fab: Kristen Wiig in J. Mendel


First of all, I don’t know if I was aware that she’d cut her hair, but it’s totally cute and sassy on her:

As, in fact, might this dress be. Sure, it’s like four outfits folded into one other outfit — one of which might have started life as a placemat — and yet, I am pretty sure I still enjoy it. Let me count the reasons:

Ergo, it MUST be a win. What do you think? Have I been too easily swayed by the glory of a list?

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Fug or Fab: Kristen Wiig


The good thing is, this is some serious trying:

I used a longer version of this in our last Valentino runway slideshow, and I’m still pretty intrigued by it. I wish the sleeves didn’t look so much like they were splitting open, and although it’s been tastefully lined in the chestal region, I just noticed it also seems like it’s pinching and shoving certain things. Also, is it too cutesy on her? Like, should Emma Stone be wearing this instead? But I think Wiig was correct (presumably) to assume that the longer version might be too much on her, and ALL HAIL her wearing neither black nor nude round-toe shoes. So even WITH the weird illusions of arm-bursting the sleeves are giving me, I think this might be a win. It’s interesting, it’s fun, it’s not any of her tired fallback fashion positions, and most importantly, it doesn’t make her look musty and like a Junior Grandmother In Training nor the Senior Lunatic In Residence.

What do you think? I miss the word MITTY, kind of, although I don't want to see that movie. Anyway. Neither here nor there.

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The Fugcret Life of Walter Mitty


After I wrote this post, this movie means nothing to me except the word “Mitty,” and I catch myself wishing the terrible, pretentious previews would focus less on Wiig and Stiller and more on the cat. And then I remember that I made up Mitty the Cat and feel this very strange sense of loss.

And then Kristen Wiig gave HGH to a bow tie and sewed it to a cheap dish towel.

This looks like a stylish outfit that rank off to clown college and then flunked out. Her hair seems perturbed to have been dragged into this, and clearly her lips are trying to trick us into thinking they weren’t present for the shenanigans. Now I’m glad Mitty doesn’t exist, because this would depress that poor cat, and feline Prozac is expensive. 

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