Isn’t picture #4 pants? Big, floppy sort-of palazzo pants, but still pants, right?
Is it? DEAR GOD, then.
I want to love the first dress, I really do, but she looks like the Victorian equivalent of Poison Ivy, which I’m not sure is awesome or tragic.
Dress #1 = updated Glinda gown. It looks like it has extra hip extenders.
I like the “art smock” thing though.
She has fantastic hair. But the Globes dress looks like Victorian undergarments/dress cage that are waiting for the top layer to be put over top of them to finish her dressing.
If the lace dress was in a colour and had a petticoat, I’d actually be all over it. It’s really well made, and I love the historic undergarments detailing and beautiful boning. But as worn, it’s a bit too HBO presents Tom Jones for my taste.
Those two were so weird on the carpet.
Honestly, none of these offend me, and I can see why she chose to wear almost all of them, except that last one, which is the most boring of the lot. I’m thinking that maybe she just liked the color. They are quirky without being super avant garde and all suit her coloring very well.
1. In the very first picture, I started looking at the sheerness and now I am very concerned about where her body parts even ARE. 2. In the second picture, I don’t know who sponsored the event (Women’s Entertainment), but are they not aware that their logo says “whatever” in internet speak? Sometimes? 3. In the very last picture her face looks sort of Heigl-esque to me, which I consider quite surprising.
These are my thoughts.
I know I shouldn’t, but I really like her Globes gown.
It makes me feel like… “Heather don’t preach, I know I’m keeping my FAB dress”! I LOVE IT!!! I have no idea who she is, but I think she’s GORGEOUS and I dig her style! That Red Carpet dress is TO DIE FOR & her hair and makeup are flawless! And, I love the garnet colored dress as well! COVET!!!
This. All of it. To the max. I agree.
Great minds think alike!
For some reason, the sheerness of the first dress does not offend me – maybe because there’s some distance between the fabric and her flesh? And maybe because of the Liaisons Dangereuses flavor it falls on the side of saucy, rather than vulgar. I don’t know. I like it. (I also like the word saucy. Saucy!) The rest of them, eh.
I kind of meant to change this to a Fug or Fab. This confused me, rather than offended me, and in the end the longer I looked at it the more I kind of wanted to shake her hand.
She was wonderful in Made in Dagenham. When an actress is that talented and pretty she can get away with off beat clothes. I just hope she doesn’t try as hard as Madonna; it’s too off-putting( she is a Brit).
The red dress just screams “bridesmaid” to me… and not in a good way.
I’m pretty sure that third look was a reject from Shelley Long’s Troop Beverley Hills wardrobe.
You totally nailed it with the GWTW reference. One look at that thing and I thought “Oh lawd! Miz Scarlett’s been at the portieres again!!”
I love the maybe palazzo pants and I just wish she’d worn them with something better on top so the world could see how gorgeous they are. Shelley Long’s Troop Beverly Hills wardrobe (including rejects) is to die for.
I honestly cannot figure out what this woman looks like, because her face looks different in every picture of her I’ve ever seen. Seriously, she puts on different makeup and…different face. How does she DO that?
She is so seriously beautiful, only the Vivian Westwood does her any justice. Its a bit crazeballs, but at least its not dumpy and boring like the other looks. She needs a new stylist, stat.
I think these two are having a blast, and she looks a perfect foil for Herself. The Deschanel sisters should have coordinated like this. The rest of the slide show is excellent, for a wacky best friend seeing her gal pal through a public breakup. Burgundy is tres’ bridesmaid, but Stewardess and Pallazo look elegant in a 30′s way.
“Madonna has a doctorate in exposure.” OH SNAP.
I ca’t get behind any of these looks. Andrea may be a very interesting person in her own right, but at the moment she’s letting her outfits — and something (someone!) else — speak for her.
You know, Andrea, there’s no greater power than the power of goodbye.
that last picture is total scrolldown fug – from waist up it is very nice but that curtain skirt is aweful!
I have no idea who this woman is, but these outfits are all heinous. That is all.
I so love Madonna’s face in the first picture.
God these are awful