I hope that this ensemble doesn’t indicate that teens in 2010 are choosing Consumption:
I love fair skin, and I REALLY love an actress who isn’t afraid to be the color that nature made her, but Emma should have a healthy fear for what chartreuse does to a pale raven-haired lass with bad eye-makeup. Let’s go in for a close-up:
Beautiful skin, but all that sienna powder makes her look tired and clammy. Do not fall into Emma’s Consumption Is So Hot Right Now trap, America. Oh, sure, a chronic wasting disease SOUNDS sexy, because aside from all the chronic wasting, ou get to shock the man of your dreams into realizing he’s going to lose you without telling you HE LOVES YOU, and as the life drains out of you and you puff out one final weak breath, he will weep over your clammy body and bemoan the cruel fates. But there are problems: a) you’re dead in this scenario; b) you’re left with a puffy-eyed would-be boyfriend and nothing to do in the afterlife but haunt his every encounter with another woman, which is going to get really boring when he’s in his twenties; and c) in order to get to the point where you’re about to expire on a chaise longue, you have to run around looking like you’re dying. These are BAD IDEAS, y’all. Not least because any dude who can’t decide how he feels about you until he’s pretty sure he’s never going to see you again is probably secretly kind of a douche, no?