Jessica goes for a theme look without being obvious about it.
Jessica Biel attends the premiere of “New Year’s Eve” at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City in Valentino.
Valentino Spring 2012 Collection/Model: Vika Falileeva (EXCLUSIVE)
Because if your movie, entitled New Year’s Eve, is opening, then why not get dressed up like it’s y’know, New Year’s Eve? Here’s why we should probably not be stylists: we’d take it to its natural conclusion and give her one of those shitty glitter tiaras and sprinkle confetti all over her before shoving her out the limo.
We like this dress a lot, but we wonder if we’re alone on that. Not everyone likes the puffy sleeves, after all. And that hem length tends to start arguments. Also, the horizontal lines across the waist and hips; personally, we think she can pull them off just fine, but again, our kittens are known to form opinions that don’t match with our own, the cheeky things.
Really, our two main complaints are at the very top and very bottom of this look. For such a covered-up dress, sandals are a really odd choice, we think. As we said, this dress screams “New Year’s Eve” to us; or at the very least, holiday party. It’s not the kind of dress that calls for open shoes. The other thing that bugs is the hair, which looks awfully limp and casual. You’re wearing Valentino at your movie premiere, honey. Give that dress the hair it deserves.
IN! You’re WRONG, T Lo! Everything here is just right!
OUT! Would an up ‘do kill you, honey?
Now Rachel McAdams? THAT’S a gal who knows how to put together a glittery, holiday-appropriate look. The kittens voted her IN almost unanimously.
[Photo Credit: Charles Norfleet/PR Photos, elle.com]