In or Out: Olivia Wilde in Lanvin and Marc Jacobs

Posted on December 06, 2011

Oh, bless you, Olivia Wilde. Or more accurately, bless your stylist.

 

Revlon’s newest Global Brand Ambassador actress Olivia Wilde launches four new Revlon eye products in New York City in a Lavin top and a Marc Jacobs skirt.

Why are we asking God to come down and bestow blessings on some un-named stylist? Because you never (or very rarely) see well-paired separates from two different designers on a celebrity. Everyone involved in red carpet decisions is so risk-averse and so beholden to the design houses that offer them free clothes, that something like this – a blouse and skirt pairing, like practically every non-famous woman dresses when she needs to – is considered too potentially damaging for the red carpet. Matching clothes is apparently a very difficult thing to do for people whose entire job it is to pick out outfits. Meanwhile, a huge chunk of the women reading this post at their desks in the office are probably doing so while wearing a skirt and a top that they managed to pick out on their very own.

Anyway, we love both the top and the skirt and we think they look great together (and photograph really well). On the other hand, we’re not at all in love with the black sheer hose and black shoes. Yes, it’s December in New York (albeit an unseasonably mild one) and hosiery is to be expected, but we just don’t love black hose paired with a white skirt. It looks a bit awkward. And we REALLY don’t like the idea of pairing black shoes with it. She looks like a floating legless woman in front of that backdrop. Couldn’t you have worn a kicky pair of red shoes, darling? Or maybe silver? Or practically any color at all?

Feel free to tell us we’re picky bitches.

 

Vote Now!


IN! You’re picky bitches!


OUT! I’m a picky bitch!


 

In other bitchery news, Jessica Alba’s Christmas Schmatta was voted O to the UT by the bitter kittens.

“Jessica Alba’s Christmas Schmatta” sounds like a twisted (and very confused) Lifetime movie.

[Photo Credit: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images]

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1046681022 Paula Berman

    What I don’t like is how the top makes her torso look like a shapeless block of red, when we know Ms. Wilde is anything but shapeless.  That with the knee-down yuck makes her OUT.

    • http://twitter.com/stellaphone Stella Zawistowski

      I concur, doctor. OUT.

    • Anonymous

      The ‘knee-down yuck’ is lens distortion on a black carpet. Her legs and feet are disappearing into the black carpet.

      –GothamTomato

  • Sobaika Mirza

    I think it would cut the visual line even more to have shoes in a different color. Love the look, top to bottom.

  • Anonymous

    in! Love it, and love seeing classic polkadots on the carpet

  • http://twitter.com/OracleKath Kathrine Marlow

    I love this, I agree with the shoe/hosiery critique, but the rest of her SO makes up for it.  IN

    • http://profiles.google.com/anplica Anplica Fiore

      Here, here!

    • Anonymous

      Indeed – IN!

  • http://twitter.com/lovefromgirl Cassie (C.M.W.)

    IN. I adore this look.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=555593309 Alexis Peñafuerte Wenceslao

    Very very cute. A very easy In!

  • Anonymous

    IN!  Don’t love the black seams on the skirt, but overall she looks very nice.

  • http://twitter.com/PhDKnitter marlie

    It’s an IN from me. Red, black and white has been one of my favorite color combos of late. Personally, I wouldn’t have gone with the tights, but they & the shoes don’t bother me.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_K7VOQSAYZ7H2OBX6LOJNNIBSSE Amanda

    You didn’t mention anything about her hair and makeup, which is not good! But I agree with the comments about shoes and hose…OUT! (I do like the shirt and skirt though…)

  • up with pod people

    Cute! In.

  • http://twitter.com/RobertSanchez36 Robert Sanchez

    Out. I love the top, but it looks terrible with the skirt, to my eye. And the black hose and ugly shoes don’t help.

  • foodycat

    She’s pretty to just below the knee, which is more than half her body, so she’s IN. But handicapped in this race because I just can’t with sheer black hose and cream skirt.

  • Judy_J

    Love this outfit! I would have gone with sheer hose and red shoes, but that’s just me.  I say IN!

  • http://www.facebook.com/charlotte.horseman Charlotte Horseman

    Cute look!  IN.  Kind of demure, but not dowdy at all.  As others have said, don’t love black tights and shoes, but with the longer skirt, it doesn’t offend. 

  • Jenna Kuhmann

    She looks so pretty!  IN.

  • Anonymous

    I’m giving an IN because from the mid-calf up, and including her makeup and tasteful lack of accessories up around her face, this is just lovely.  I do deplore the black tights/black shoes with an outfit that looks basically like a warmer-weather look.

  • Anonymous

    In.

    I would have put her in sheer hose with silver shoes, but they ask me.

  • Anonymous

    I would have preferred black opaque tights  (Sorry TLo!)to the sheer black hose, but otherwise love it. IN.

    • foodycat

      I agree with you – black opaques or nude sheers, but not black sheers. It reminds me of going out before laundry day and wanting to yell to people “don’t judge me, I know it looks shite”.

  • Anonymous

    This is just out for me. I don’t like the not-a-pussy-bow-but-might-as-well-be ruffle, I don’t like the skirt length, and she looks stumpified.

  • http://twitter.com/tiffbirchy tiffany birch

    The skirt is waaaay too long, and is at an unflattering length. It’s so long she probably didn’t need the black hosiery.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dchockeyguy Trevor Burroughs

    Out. I don’t like the ruffled top.

  • Anonymous

    IN.

  • Stefanos Mantyla

    I never thought of that, before. I started thinking it once I read the title of the post, but why not before?

    The leaves on the top look like they have rough edges, at least from here, and is it supposed to be strangely loose like that? From the knees down it was a bit boring. Still an IN, though, since matching pieces from separate designers is apparently so innovative!

  • http://smalltownbigwardrobe.wordpress.com Catherine

    IN. What I love about it is that unlike oh, say ALL RC looks, this one is totally doable by your average working woman. Aka, me. I cannot replicate a Valentino Couture look, but I can be inspired by this one!

  • Anonymous

    I am waffling between in or out. I love the blouse / skirt combo, love the colors, but I hate the bow. It just seems way too out of proportion with her face. I didn’t mind the hose until you mentioned she looked like she was floating so I went back and yeah, it doesn’t look good. And I guess she’s wearing Mary Janes, but who can tell? Out by a smidge.

  • Anonymous

    I like the idea of the pairing, but the actual cuts make her look thick-waisted, which she’s unquestionably not. A shorter hem or pencil skirt in that adorable polka dot print might have saved this outfit. Plus, a better bra. And different shoes. Out.

  • kerry dee

    my main issue is the purple eyeshadow! ew, can’t a girl find a good eyeshadow to match up a little?

    • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

      Yeah, I wondered if they were forcing her to wear all the eye products she’s shilling for them at once or something.

  • Anonymous

    The whiteness of the skirt and boxiness of the top -just a tad, maybe it’s the position in the skirt- ruin the look IMO. Would have loved it otherwise.

  • Linde Hoff

    Those pantyhose look like super, duper support hose to boost circulation.  Yikes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1326120071 Gaby Ripoll

    Adorbz! In, though I’m in agreement about the black hose and shoes. Personally, I think some kicky tight black leather thigh-high boots might have been my choice both for warmth and textural interest as well as making the look a little less twee. But I still love it. 

  • http://twitter.com/mcglory13 mcglory13

    She looks great! In.

  • http://deeplyproblematic.blogspot.com/ RMJ12345

    Can’t disagree about the leg problem, but it’s a cute look. IN 

  • Anonymous

    IN. Love everything between the shoulders and the shins, and the rest is inoffensive.

  • Anonymous

    at least it’s not a nude pair of pumps

  • Anonymous

    OUT

    It’s not a bad outfit, for a school teacher, church, or a luncheon…not dressy or special enough for a launching event. her hair is completely boring as well.

    The only interesting thing about this is the frufru at the collar and I like the shade of red.

  • Anonymous

    Wonderfully in.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jill-Tracy/100001557759289 Jill Tracy

    IN!! I think she looks great!

  • http://profiles.google.com/laurenjeanstm Lauren St Martin

    In. 

  • http://twitter.com/lbcubbison Laurie Cubbison

    IN

  • Anonymous

    IN

  • Anonymous

    IN

  • http://twitter.com/lenabena_ Elena

    In.

  • http://twitter.com/lenabena_ Elena

    In.

  • http://twitter.com/felicitas_s Felicitas Strautman

    IN!

  • http://twitter.com/felicitas_s Felicitas Strautman

    IN!

  • Anonymous

    You’re picky, she looks great. IN.

  • Anonymous

    You’re picky, she looks great. IN.

  • bloodshothalfblind

    IN, but begrudgingly.  she looks nice. it’s good to see separates & all that, yes.  but the red/black/white/polka dot combo makes me think minnie mouse.  the poor hose/shoe/skirt color issue makes an otherwise pretty starlet look like an ordinary girl down the hall at your office.  this could have been much much better, but she doesnt look horrible enough to merit an out.  (also, the odd sheerness of the tights & the way the shoes fit & blend into the floor – it makes it look like her feet are on backwards.)

  • Anonymous

    Overall IN. Not exactly in love with the skirt but it works and I completely agree with your assessment of the sheer black hose and the black shoes. Ick. Even so she looks pretty damn good. The red, the hair and makeup all look lovely.

  • CQAussie

    Most Lifetime movies are twisted and confused!

    Olivia Wilde – IN!  Fab outfit but yes, I agree, the black tights and shoes kinda ruin it a bit.  Still an IN though.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jane-Morris/1076502799 Jane Morris

    Oh my God. I think she looks awful from top to bottom.  The blouse and skirt work fine, but her hair looks off and her jewelry is just sitting there looking ugly and those black hose looks like she mugged a nun. OUT>

  • Anonymous

    Since this is a product launch and I assume a daytime event, I think this outfit is great!  It is so rare to see two designers’ clothes combined and these work very well together.  I’m not crazy about the Zoey Deschanel leg treatment, but still not awful so this is an IN for me.

  • Anonymous

    IN, but you’re right about the disappearing legs.

  • https://profiles.google.com/104791269167429064986 Judy S

    In. Pretty lady.

  • http://twitter.com/VicksieDo Vickie Lord

    I’d say it’s classic and lets her makeup shine through, and it’s for Revlon, so yeah, IN.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CQPXLNCBM5CZSHZZXJDHPVFS7E Buffy

    Overall IN though I can’t stand her jewelry

  • Anonymous

    In- under the condition that I just stopped looking once the skirt ended (red pumps would have been perfect)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B2UJP2N3XZ5YMF5NUIAM3YYATA Dave

    So IN.  Not a huge fan of the neck tsunamis that seem to be everywhere, but she pulls it off.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=717883898 Glynis Fediuk

    I tried to say “in”. Really, I did. But the colour combination (I’m just not a fan of black/red/white), the skirt length and that eyeshadow…I just couldn’t.

    OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In minus the ring, the bracelet, and the hose.

  • Anonymous

    I love this outfit, and I also love black hose with shoes. I think the reason it photographs badly here is just because she is being shot with a wide angle lens on a black carpet (I wondering if they knew the carpet was going to be black).

    –GothamTomato

    • Anonymous

      Agreed. And all of these things seem to be over-lit from above.

  • http://twitter.com/taijuuuh Taija HU!

    Hate the shoes and hose. But the fact that she’s wearing purple eyeshadow, paired with a red top AND a print on top of that.. That makes it an IN for me! Brava, darling. 

  • Anonymous

    So cute!  I want that on my body right now.

  • Anonymous

    In for effort! And it looks nice, although i don’t get bare arms in the winter, but i am a cold person.

  • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

    OUT. I don’t mind black shoes with black tights. In fact, I HATE black tights with other colored shoes. But the straps ruin it and they’re not opaque and besides, they don’t go with that skirt anyways. Also, what’s that grocery twistie tie thing on her wrist? Fail.  Don’t like the belt, don’t like the skirt either. 

  • Anonymous

    you are being picky bithces. black shoes and hose while not the most inspired look is pretty classic and she looks great otherwise. that purple shadow was an inspired choice, i think this deserved a WERQ! personally. 

  • Jessica O’Connell

    I agree with your comments on the black stockings (which I can’t stand anyway) with black shoes. Not a fan.

    But the hair and make-up look good and I think the outfit, while a little reminiscent of Minnie Mouse, looks great. IN

  • Anonymous

    So very IN!  That blouse is simply gorgeous, and working separates that way?  Love it!

  • Joyce VG

    From the skirt up IN!  Her eyeshadow really brings out her eyes. lovely.

  • Anonymous

    Yep, you’re picky bitches.  Black hose & shoes are wrong, but not enough to ruin the look.  It’s an IN for me.

  • aimee_parrott

    I hate the shoes and hose, but otherwise she looks great.  IN.

  • Anonymous

    Very IN.

  • Anonymous

    Picky bitches.  IN.  

  • Anonymous

    You’re picky bitches, but you’re right. But she still looks fab. In.

  • Anonymous

    It’s an IN for me!

  • MilaXX

    IN – I’m not always a fan of white skirts with black hose but this works. She looks very cute.

  • Anonymous

    In. Her stylist should have researched the setting a bit more, the black/black combo on black carpet with a black background doesn’t work so well, but it would be great on a red carpet, right?

  • Anna Tree

    IN! LOVE the top!

  • Anonymous

    I really don’t mind the black tights/shoes, but I think her stylist should have made it his/her business to find out what color backdrop Livvy was going to be photographed against, because she does look as if she’s floating here.

    I love the outfit. Polka dots can be difficult to wear; they can look too childish or they can look really matronly, so kudos to her for looking so great. Her eye makeup looks great and they really highlight those amazing eyes of hers.

    IN!!!!!

  • taodon

    Yes, the hose and shoes are a travesty – but consider the alternative – if she had worn white shoes, the fashionista intelligencia would be screaming about long held traditions that should be broken, but how dare SHE at this TIME and NOW and ALSO, TOO!

    Alternatively, had she worn red, it would have been immediately dubbed as “matchy matchy” – pooh pooh’ed by the same traditional non-traditionalists.

    Despite all this yadda yadda, however, she gets an IN from me – or more specifically, her stylist gets an IN from me, if only because it’s such a classic look brought back to teach everyone a thing or two about respecting tradition and kissing convention’s ass.

  • http://jessieliz.wordpress.com/ Super Red

    I’m disliking the shoes/hose and the purple eye shadow. But the rest of the look is so beautiful and classy, I can’t help but say IN.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-TallGirl-Freeman/1043623567 Jessica TallGirl Freeman

    IN.  Though the black hose aren’t so great, I love what she has on.  Me being a lowly minion, I have on matching clothes from Old Navy and Ann Taylor Loft.  Luckily I managed to get it right.  I think.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=506473106 Mori Clark

    IN. it’s cute. and it’s fine for her to appear a bit like a block up top every once in a while- she doesnt need to be all BOOBS FOREVER all the time. it plays off of the proportions of the skirt and belt excellently. 

  • Cathy S

    I love the skirt, not crazy about the blouse, although I like the color pairing. Hate the hose. Out.

  • http://twitter.com/nicolahearts nicole seligman

    love the outfit. red shoes would have been too literal, but i like the idea or silver. IN.

  • Anonymous

    The hosiery and shoe color are a problem, but it’s such a chic little outfit, and her make up is just right. IN.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  You are just being picky.  She looks great.

  • http://twitter.com/jessicapippin Jessica Pippin

    IN. I think she looks great. Love the combination. 

  • Anonymous

    the skirt – it seems sortof white – too white to me.  i am not in love.   I also don’t love purple eyeshadow, but i’m so damned glad she’s not lining her eyes like a raccoon, (as she typically does) that I will say a meek and small “in”..

  • Anonymous

    I totally agree about the horrible things happening below the hem of the skirt.  But that’s easy enough to set aside, since the rest of it is very very cute.  IN!  Also, I wanna know more about that bracelet that’s peeking around on her right wrist.

  • Anonymous

    In. This doesn’t make a trumpet fanfare sound in my head, but it looks good. The bold red is very appropriate to a Revlon-sponsored event. The shoes/hose are uninspired. She could have and should have done a bigger bracelet as an accent, but despite all these nits I pick, the overall effect is positive, for me.

  • Anonymous

    Don’t like anything about the top except the colour. From the knees south she looks like someone from the nunnery.
    OUT.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3AJ237ND3GAHDQJZ4TLCO4WLRA Emily

    In.  Love the outfit.  But totally agree about the tights and shoes. 

  • Anonymous

    In, nuff said.

  • http://twitter.com/purpleflamingo4 Natasha Ann

    IN! The tights/shoes may be forgiven!

  • Anonymous

    I know you aren’t supposed to match your eyeshadow to your shirt, but I don’t get the purple eyeshadow with this outfit. Otherwise I like it.

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks great, though I definitely agree about the shoes.

  • Anonymous

    You’re picky. IN!

  • Anonymous

    In. I agree the black tights & shoes drag the outfit down a little, but that is pretty minor overall. She look really pretty.

  • Anonymous

    way too picky! this is adorable — love it, want it. sigh.

  • Anonymous

    Or colored tights! I love colored tights.

    I dunno, I’m finding the overall proportion to be a little off. I know this longer hem length is trendy now (god, why–and what is so wrong with skirts that come TO THE KNEE, which flatter most of us? I WANT KNEE-LENGTH SKIRTS BACK), but if I picked these two things out on my very own, I think at least the skirt would not be a keeper. The blouse I think would be better with pants, because the boxy-ish shape works better when it’s longer (i.e., not tucked into a waistband).

    Sigh. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In, I really love it.

  • Anonymous

    IN!

    Now THIS is what Anthony Ryan should have made for his hipster-girl client on PR!!!

    • Anonymous

      But I agree about the hose.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  The two pieces are cute but don’t work together for me.

  • http://twitter.com/LianaBrooks Liana Brooks

    It’s a good look. IN

  • Anonymous

    you ARE picky. She’s lovely.
    And thank you for pointing out the “no pairing different designers” red carpet unspoken rule. I didn’t notice it before you said it. But that’s because you’re fabulous.

  • Anonymous

    In, but I’d really like to see some boots with this, or different tights.  Something nude.  She’s like reverse Irish Step Dancing, happy and springy on top and sad and unmoving from the knees down.

  • Anonymous

    Picky, picky, picky… She is so very IN!

  • Anonymous

    I thought you meant Bless Her in a the good ole Southern way. This is cute, but very work-to-cocktail hour imho

  • Anonymous

    I think the semi-opaque hose (they’re not really sheer, are they?) and black shoes are unexpected, understated, and just fine. It’s her hair I have a big problem with. Overall, very IN! Not at all Hollywood.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1464580879 Sarah Oleksyk

    IN! She looks great. Can’t be too picky all the time, TLo! :D

  • Nicole Merrill

    IN IN IN, j’adore, want.

  • Anonymous

    Overall, in, with demerits for the lavender eyeshadow and the black hose.

  • http://shootingshoes.wordpress.com Amanda Gun

    In in in! She looks adorable.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Clydette-Wantland/673315286 Clydette Wantland

    OUT! U-G-L-Y

  • Anonymous

    IN–love it.

  • http://twitter.com/ladonnazc LaDonna Carpenter

    She looks like a legal secretary…nothing wrong with legal secretaries, but she was married to a freakin’ PRINCE for heaven’s sake! OUT!

  • http://twitter.com/capt_shiny Mags

    It’s also super cute. IN.

  • Anonymous

    What throws me off is the purple eyeshadow. Does not belong with this outfit and does nothing for her eyes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1052062518 Megan Moore

    IN! She looks fabulous. 

  • Anonymous

    In. She looks very French … love it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=27432316 Ally Monge

    Love it! IN (although i wish the revlon makeup person who I am sure did her makeup for this revlon event should be checked for colorblindness 

  • http://needtherapy.tumblr.com skadi1

    I like it.  I also am okay with the shoes, because I don’t think one can wear black tights and any other color of shoe without looking like a hooker/stripper.  And I am okay with the semi-opaque tights because…well…just because.

  • Anonymous

    i don’t disagree with your issue with black hose, but if one is going to wear hose, i think that wearing a contrasting shoe is super ugly.  maybe that’s what the stylist/olivia were thinking?  sure, no hose and some type of statement-y shoe in red would’ve been best, but if black hose aren’t optional for someone in the equation, then black shoes are the only answer.

    overall, however, i’m going to go with IN.  i like the non-matchy and yet still perfect makeup & hair, and a little hosiery is no reason to give a girl an out.

  • Anonymous

    Maybe its the black shoes and hose, but I just don’t like this.  The outfit just doesn’t flow.

  • Anonymous

    IN.

  • http://tinyglimpses.blogspot.com Meg P. W.

    IN. I’d wear that outfit, black tights and all (though a red shoe would have been nice).

  • http://profiles.google.com/sleepneeded Greg Polansky

    In. It’s simply chic. 

  • Anonymous

    I give her an IN.  I hate the hose and the shoes, but the rest is good, so it makes up for the bad, barely.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_66KPZ36LMHMRQOX3HIJGHRNNUA MandyM

    I was wondering why this wasn’t a WERQ but you’re right that she looks like she’s floating. It doesn’t help that she’s on a black carpet. But the rest of her looks so great that she’s IN, no question.

  • Aly Light

    IN.

  • Aly Light

    IN.

  • Anonymous

    Out–something about that skirt is just too low-key.

  • Anonymous

    You’re absolutely right about the black hose and shoes, but I also don’t like the length of the skirt or the weird seam down the middle. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    it’s very low key but it’s a nice outfit. i dont know why her stylist wasnt taking the background into consideration cos she really does need a brighter pair of shoes. the tights i can tolerate since i tend to wear them w/ everything myself. thats not classically good thinking, btw, i know.

  • Anonymous

    “Because you never (or very rarely) see well-paired separates from two different designers on a celebrity.”
    Here’s my suggestion.  During Fashion Week, a stylist gets a bunch of designers to grant access to last years lines.  Then they present a show where the looks are culled and mixed and matched aimed at presentation to the public.  Designers get to extend their market life a second year, people are tempted to buy things they might not have, retailers get demand for the stuff they’re trying to get rid of.  Everyone wins, except for the stylist who had to miss shows.  Probably have to show the stylist show at the opening of the week.

  • Anonymous

    In from the hem up. I’m not a huge fan of the secretarial look on the RC but this is a cute outfit. 

  • Anonymous

    Out but just, stockings kill it – and boys black and white polka dot paired with red hardly a Pulitzer prize makes.

  • Grace Ritt

    IN. I like everything about this.

  • http://toodles.yelp.com AWStevens

    Me likey the outfit you picky bitches…

  • http://twitter.com/anacedillo Ana Cedillo

    OUT: at first I was going for in because of that color, but then I scrolled down and saw the weird hem on that skirt and those shoes…from the bottom down she looks old

  • Anonymous

    Total scroll down FUG. Everything was jake until the hose and shoes combo. Still giving her an IN – based on the strength of the separates.

  • http://twitter.com/BeantownMrs Praggya R. Barretto

    In. Super cute. I would totally wear this, except I would shorten the skirt to knee length. I’m too short to wear tea length. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/judi-townsend/578042503 judi townsend

    kudos for being able to coordinate separates from two different design houses. but minus for the ugly hosiery and shoes. Is there a new trend on the RC for wearing summer looking frocks in December?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JQSQJRAL4YYWB2OZNHNUHKZAEY Christopher

    in,  hey maybe she paired them herself?

  • Anonymous

    I think the skirt is a tosh too long, but otherwise I really like this look. IN.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chloe.stabler Chloe Stabler

    I think she looks chique and adorable.

  • Anonymous

    IN.

  • http://twitter.com/RzYoung RzYoung

    I love this look on her. I agree that black tights with a light (in weight) white skirt is wrong, but what’s the alternative? Any other  colour of tights would have been a bit too much. Bare legs I guess, I’m sure she’s not waiting for a bus home so it’s not like she needs to wait around in the cold. IN

  • Anonymous

    Black hosiery (which I hate) aside, that is some splendid pairing of separates! IN!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Josefina-Madariaga-Suárez/100002964685796 Josefina Madariaga Suárez

    IN

  • Diana Martinez

    I think the outfit is great, but I agree with you about the tights and shoes.  What really surprises me, though, is that you didn’t ping her for her eye makeup.  Yuck.  

  • Anonymous

    I love the outfit, though I also dislike the hose and shoes.  But for everything else, she’s in

  • Anonymous

    in

  • Anonymous

    yeah, the knee-down aesthetic is focus pulling.  It actually makes her lower calves look thick, and they are anything but.  you could wear a cream colored hose and maybe a kicky turquoise heel?

    Check these:  http://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/store/catalog/prod.jhtml?itemId=prod72300278&parentId=cat10015&masterId=cat379623&index=25&isEditorial=false&cmCat=cat000000cat200648cat203509cat379623cat10015

  • Mary McClelland

    Ick. Just Ick. Out. Her clothes never work for her for some reason. It’s odd.

  • Hilary Sain

    IN! I don’t love the tights but she looks super cute. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QP4RBTAZX6QTHZZSJ2YT7DGO7Q Brittany

    IN by my books. I’d wear that outfit H2T.

  • Anonymous

    I like it. She looks chic and kicky. IN. 

  • Sara S Rummell

    IN – But I agree about the black shoes with the black hosiery

  • http://twitter.com/SamH4Prez Samantha

    Not crazy about the tights and shoes either, but I am loving the top and skirt together. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Sharp.  IN

  • Anonymous

    IN, any where else but in front of that backdrop she probably looked very stylish.  And she was only in fornt of the backdrop for a few…

  • Anonymous

    IN. You’re picky bitches. She looks great, although different shoes would have made it even better.

  • http://summerborn.livejournal.com/ Summer Born

    IN, with room for improvement.