Dianna Agron in West Hollywood

Posted on November 29, 2011

Darlings, it’s International Skinny Blonde White Woman Day! And as such, we are duty bound to feature an endless array of Skinny Blonde White Women! Because they’re so ignored the other 364 days out of the year. Won’t you help?

Okay, it wasn’t a plan for the day, we swear. It’s just that when we looked at what we were going to feature today, things just shook out to be nothing but Skinny Blonde White Woman celebrities. We promise to strive for more diversity tomorrow. Also, there’s at least two more Skinny Blonde White Woman posts in the pipeline after this one. Fair warning.

But we had to feature Dianna today, Kittens, because these pictures, they spoke to us. Look:


Dianna Agron out and about in West Hollywood.

Girl is on her way to a spa appointment looking like that. To which we say, “If you look like that without much effort, what the hell do you need a spa appointment for?”

Man, she really does have a phobia about showing skin, doesn’t she?

[Photo Credit: WireImage]

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  • I can understand that — she’s refusing to show skin because it sets her apart from all the other young starlets who wander around in short tight cocktail dresses. 

    Or she’s really clumsy and has bruises all over; I have to put body make-up on for all dress events in the summer for just that reason:)

    • Terence Ng

      Or maybe the Terry Richardson photo shoot traumatized her…

      • Exactly what I’ve been thinking.

      • Oooh I hadn’t thought of that. That does make sense. “The big bad photographer manipulated me into taking my clothes off” and now she’s making up for it. She does look gorgeous here though.

  • Judy_J

    I’m not a fan of the big flowy skirt, but she does look chic and comfortable, doesn’t she?  Wish I could get a better look at her footwear.

  • Is she wearing…..boots?  I do admit I love that skirt, just not how she is wearing it.  

  • Anonymous

    You know what? Reading your out and about posts have become a defining moment for me.  I’m sitting at home in my capris having just dropped off the eldest at middle school. I’m wearing a ratty old jacket that I love (seriously, there are so many holes in it, it’s no longer suited for its original purpose). And I haven’t bathed. TMI?   No. Because I see this rich, skinny, blonde, white women and I think DAMN! I am turning 42 on Friday and I’ve sunk to slovenliness. Have I no self respect left? I must begin dressing like Dianna Agron (she looks gorgeous here) and start taking pride in my appearance again. If she can wear that to a spa treatment, well, I can wear something awesome to Trader Joe’s! Yeah, defining moment.

    • Anonymous

      You WERQ that revitalization, Mama! …and while you’re at it, send Dianna a little Thank You card.

    • You go girl! (Are we still saying that?) Love it.

      • I still say, “You go girl” LOL 
        I’m sure that’s better than “tha bomb”, which my mom still says. As in, “These fries are THA BOMB”.

        • I am SO with your mom, except that I go with “DA bomb.” When my 8-year old is around his friends, I use it like this: “Dude, that basketball move you did was DA BOMB.” He’s going to need therapy.

          • Anonymous

            DA BOMB. Yes. I’ve done the exact thing to my son for years. He’s now 21 and is completely secure in the knowledge that his mom is a big ol’ dork. 

        • Anonymous

          Ahaa. My mom still uses “dis.” It seems there’s no breaking her of it.

    • Anonymous

      Totally agree.  I’m wearing an “I give up on life” outfit right now myself.  Kids are at school.  I’ve actually been looking looking for a modern hippie skirt.  I’m sure Diana’s cost $1000.  I only want to pay $20 @ TJ’s.  Then I will wear it with fitted white oxford cloth shirts, and (in my neck of the woods) a great leather jacket with a fab scarf and hat and fierce boots.  Take that, rural NH!

    • Anonymous

      I am right there with you, down to turning 42 in a few weeks and heading to Trader Joe’s. Since getting involved with TLo, I have tried to remember to put on mascara and a decorative scarf or earrings before heading out the door, even if it’s just to meet the school bus. Every little bit helps…

      • I consider the bus driver lucky that I remember to put on pants — I’m not a morning person. 

    • Anonymous

      I turned 42 a few months ago and I work at home. Reading this blog and The Satorialist made me realize that I needed to step things up a bit. I do try to put on something special most days. So glad to know that I’m not the only one with these thoughts. 🙂 

      • Anonymous

        Me, too.  Except I’m 51, and just went for my mani-pedi in my (used!) exercise clothes.  Will try harder tomorrow!

    • Anonymous

      I, too, fall into slovenliness on occasion. I just turned 47 and all I can say is, put in the effort when you can and cut yourself some slack the rest of the time. Most of these celebrities on the street, even if they have kids, have enough help that they can devote a lot more time to looking good.

      For me, What not to Wear spurred me to throw on a nice blouse with some good fitting jeans more often,as opposed to trackpants and fleece (mine has armpit and shoulder holes, FYI).

    • Cheri Lee

      Happy Birthday!

      • Anonymous

        Thank you so much!

    • Here’s my thing:  day dresses only require one piece of clean, unwrinkled clothing:)  They are actually EASIER than assembling an outfit.  The only thing is making sure that you’ve shaved recently, and tights can obscure a lot…

      I’m only 28, but I have 3, with the youngest only a year, plus my nephew full time and a fourth impeding next spring… I’m lazy about my looks at this point.

      Also, a tinted moisturizer and Lip Smackers can pass as make-up with only a tiny bit of mascara.

      • oh honey, that is so many babies!

      • Anonymous

        I wish we could all virtually babysit you. I reckon you deserve a relaxing day at the spa more than Dianna here! 

        • It’s really problematic because they ALL have different schedules: The oldest gets up at 7 for school, the next gets on the bus at 11 for half-day kindergarten, the baby gets up whenever he pleases, and my nephew arrives sometime between 8 and 2 and leaves sometime between 4:30 and 8…  so odd. 

          • Anonymous

            I’d be lucky to get dinner together every day. I need structure or I get nothing accomplished.

      • Anonymous

        I don’t care WHAT the Laura Bennetts of the world advise, you’re doing great with all of that young’un wrangling to have even thought through the advantages of a day dress! 

        I only had 2 (challenging enough, when they’re little) but I remember asking my former mother-in-law (who had 3 in a fast row & then a 4th almost 10 years later) something about my husband as a toddler & will never forget her reply: “By the time he was 2, P—– was almost 1 and I was pregnant with D—–, so I don’t really remember much until they started school except how tired I always was.”

        That you can still fit & make up complete ensembles in between the demands of the young is impressive.

    • Judy Raddue

      One of the things I love about this photo?  They’re clothes you can easily find and at budget prices.  I don’t know where you live, siriuslover, but Agron’s skirt is an upscale version of one I got in Chicago’s LIttle India for about $40.  Instead of her button-down, I wear a fitted tee. It must work because I’m 11 years older than you, curvy 14-16, yet I get compliments every time I wear it – even from a nice-looking stranger walking his dogs!  Easy chic on a Trader Joe’s budget!

  • P M

    Maybe she is naturally modest

  • Anonymous

    I love that there’s a celeb who dresses like me! As someone who’s about her age, I really appreciate it.

    • Sobaika Mirza

      I feel the same. I’m in her exact age and dress similarly. Not as fabulously, but just as modestly. Makes me feel chic instead of dowdy!

    • Anonymous

      Ditto! I like that when I see a picture of her I’m not thinking “nice
      boobs” or “nice legs” but “nice outfit”. I must have about a dozen
      skirts like this; I think they’re elegant and comfortable. I’ve never
      felt comfortable showing a lot of skin, or having to hitch things up and
      wear specially-engineered underthings; I’m 29 now and feel I’m finally
      growing into my look. It’s nice to see her showing that you
      can be young and gorgeous without always being half-naked.

      • I own none, because they make me look dowdy — the very curvy with short, chubby legs should not wear those skirts.  But it’s a rare day that anyone sees my thighs.  I think I own one item that is above the knee. 

    • Anonymous

      Same here. It is nice that modesty is still appreciated. I always feel like I am about 97 years old compared to other 21 year olds. 

      • It’s not just a question of modesty — my shoulders tend to burn when exposed to sun, and my thighs are not pretty… I don’t really like them hanging out in public for those reasons.  And yes, there’s sunscreen, but I don’t want to spend 30 minutes twice a day putting it on! 

        I’ve also never owned a swimsuit that doesn’t have a boy short bottom, because a) I feel no urge to worry about my butt STAYING covered and b) I don’t like my hip joint area. 

  • Maybe keeping her skin covered up in California is the reason she still looks so good after 40?  Like the shirt and hair, not crazy about the skirt – but ymmv.

    • Ruth Gottesman

      Did you mean that she’ll still look good after 40? Because right now, she’s 25.

    • Sobaika Mirza


  • Anonymous

    That skirt is so fugs i can’t look at it.

  • Linde Hoff

    Not liking the look here. 

  • Cathy S

    I love that outfit. She looks great.

  • Anonymous

    seems to be my “have to disagree TLo dears”-day – but enh. She is pretty: yes. But for me the elegant flowy skirt just doesn’t work with the crumpled shirt and/or the clunky things on her feet.

    • Sobaika Mirza

      I love the shirt/skirt combo but I hate the boots paired with it, agreed on that.

  • Jenna Kuhmann

    It is November after all.  Yes, it’s November in California, but us Californians get colder more easily than the rest of the country and to be fair, it’s often a little chilly in the mornings. 

    • And depending on where she’s from or how long she’s lived in California, she’s probably more sensitive to the “California cold”.  When I lived in Houston, people would break out sweaters at 65… about the same point I was breaking out the sundresses:) 

  • Anonymous

    i wish to walk OUT of a spa looking as good as that… 

  • Ann Erickson

    Urban Outfitters catalog. Yuck.

  • Anonymous

    She looks great!

  • Anonymous

    It’s a little Diane Keaton, but I’m feeling it.

  • MilaXX

    I think she looks cute.

  • Anonymous

    Cute and funky.  I like it.

  • I like eclectic, but this just looks lazy.   Who would wear those shoes with that skirt?   And iron your damn shirt.

  • Anonymous

    love the top, but the skirt is veering into Sister Wife territory

  • There’s a disconnected look for me- the top half says Business Casual, but the bottom half says Cocktails on the Beach.

  • Anonymous

    i have that skirt in black – about 7 sizes larger I assume

  • That’s some effortless chic right there.  Take me to that spa!

  • Anonymous

    Love everything but the shoe. They look so heavy compared to her easy, breezy ensemble.

  • I hate the color of that skirt. I have yet to see a single person who looks good in that color, yet people can’t seem to stay away from it. 

  • I thought every day was Skinny Blonde White Woman Day.

  • Anonymous

    This is one of those where it looks good til you scroll down. Not a fan of the skirt and the clunky shoes (boots?). The shades look very chic on her though.

  • elzatelzabelz

    I usually don’t like long skirts, but she looks really pretty here.

  • Anonymous

    it’s cos i am so self-critical [also not tall enough] but the length of the skirt is very foreshortening, stumpifying, you pick. even w/ heels.

    & she was showing enough skin in that stupid terry richardson editorial [current status: moron, oxymoron] to last a lifetime, yes/no? oh, maybe he’ll get better when he grows up. she’s okay, just needs a shorter skirt.

  • Oh come ON, you’re going to fault her for not wearing skin-baring, skin-tight clothes at every given chance like all the other starlets? She looks fine. Modest without being dowdy.

  • Anonymous

    This girl is not going to happen. I used to think she would be the break out star from Glee based on looks but she is dull as dishwater and then some.

  • Simply perfect, love her style :)))

  • these two pieces don’t go together.  I do like the skirt, though.

  • Anonymous

    Please note that she is walking right in front of my old Corolla, missing hubcaps and all.  It just adds to her mystique.

  • Anonymous

    Please note that she is walking right in front of my old Corolla, missing hubcaps and all.  It just adds to her mystique.