Pairs Division: Craig and Weisz

Posted on January 05, 2012

Darlings, like all gay people, we hate to make generalizations, but we look at these two genetically superior specimens and can’t help imagining them having sex wondering if they’re not the British version of the Jolie-Pitts, which then has us depressed over how badly American stars dress vs. their British counterparts.

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz attends the premiere of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” in Madrid. Rachel Weisz wears an Alexander McQueen dress.

Alexander McQueen Spring 2012 Collection

And before the Brits howl in laughter and point out all the horribly dressed celebs they have cluttering up their red carpets, we just want to say we agree. Mostly. Of course Great Britain has a ton of badly dressed celebrities. Being badly dressed is almost expected with any celebrity these days. But when you get into the upper tiers of British stardom, especially the actors, then it’s hard not to come away thinking they do it better over there. Never, in all the time we’ve been doing red carpet coverage, have we seen Brad and Angie go out together looking this put-together.  These two don’t start from the assumption that they’re so good-looking they don’t need to worry about how they look. It’s refreshing

But not perfect.

HE: Has to see a tailor. We appreciate the bod, but the suits are always obviously in service to showing off the bod and that usually means that they’re just too damn tight on him all the time. Way too much pulling and bulging in places that should be doing neither. We don’t love the same-color tie, but we do love the hankie and the shoes and the overall color scheme (which is odd, because it all matches his hair, skin, and eyes). Score: 8.75/10. Go up a size, dude.

SHE: Loves that one-shoulder, mermaid-style hairdo and we do not. We love the dress but it’s far longer on her than on the model and the ruffle on the bottom becomes unflattering when you move it from just above the knees to halfway down the shins. We also don’t think the pointy-toed pumps were a good idea with this hem length. We love the idea of this dress on her, but not at this length. Seems they both need to understand proportions a little better. Score: 8.5/10. Raise that hem just a skosh and you’d be solving a lot of problems. Use the extra fabric to make a turban for your hair, darling.

Combined score: 8.625/10. Precision! It’s important not only in scoring but also in tailoring and fit.

Did you see what we did there, bringing everything full circle like that? Quality blogging.

[Photo Credit: Solarpix/PR Photos, alexandermcqueen.com]

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_64HSRZWCSJ5RBFGCWDLFQOICYM G

      He’s scored way too high, and she’s scored too low.  amen.

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

      hmmmmmm. still not quite getting why everyone is so obsessed with craig lately, he does absolutely nothing for me. then again, i’ve never seen him act, so i guess i’ll just assume he looks better in motion than in photographs.

      also i dont know what it is about her outfit exactly that bothers me, but….no. just, no. 

      • Anonymous

        Her dress looks a size too small to me.

      • Anonymous

        He does look a little like an elf in photos, but he is perfection as James Bond.  Strangely enough.

        • Anonymous

          I loved him in Layer Cake, and also in Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. I enjoy him as Bond but somehow not as much as in other roles.

          • Anonymous

            Layer Cake was one of my favorite movies the year it came out- way better than any Bond flicks.

        • Anonymous

          Right there with ya. For the life of me, I cannot figure out why he is Bond perfection. But he is. (And I say that after recently re-watching almost all of the Bond oeuvre, even George Lazenby.) Or even why I find him so sexy – he’s not my usual type. But he just is. Even here, where his face is looking a little tired — well, hell, I’d be tired too if I had to be on the circuit all the time for the cameras — I’m just drawn to him. He just exudes rough-and-tumble masculinity, that’s all.

      • Joanna Schuth

        Do go see his first Bond film. There’s about ten seconds in there that’ll make it all clear to you.

        • Anonymous

          Ooh, ooh, which 10 seconds? Please remind me. And provide timecode.

      • Anonymous

        Casino Royale. Opening sequence. Get back to me after you’ve seen it. Some fun!

      • Anonymous

        Same here, I don’t know what it is exactly, but I just don’t like the dress on her. I think there’s something about the boobs that just doesn’t work. I dunno…

      • Anonymous

        Must see Cowboys & Aliens!  Yum!

      • http://needtherapy.tumblr.com skadi1

        Like a lot of male British actors, he is much more than his face (so, yes, spectacular in motion).  He’s got a very expressive face, and almost always has great chemistry with his costars, which isn’t just luck.

    • Anonymous

      She looks like he has to pick her up to move her around…..he looks douchy.

    • Anonymous

      Boy, those marks are high. She, and I love her to bits, looks like an extra on Gunsmoke. He, and I have been known to love him even more, looks like a big blob of putty in a very ill-fitting suit. Based on this image,  I wouldn’t hold them up as examples of how Brits dress better than Americans on the red carpet.

      I wouldn’t give either one of them higher than a 5 this go-around.

      • Anonymous

        You nailed the problem with her dress: “Extra on Gunsmoke.” Which makes me remember fondly the denim dress Epperson made in Season 6 for the movie challenge. The irony: He made a dress for a gunslinger’s moll, and he was the one who got robbed.

    • Kathryn Dudley

      Whoa. Has Rachel been hitting the Botox? I wouldn’t have recognized her, especially in the fifth photo. Sadface. Mine, not hers. (Hers, frozen.)

      • Anonymous

        Major bummer. I would have thought she would be one to age more gracefully.

      • Anonymous

        Botox+not eating. She’s on the LA diet.

        • Anonymous

          I think she’s seeing the same dermatologist and plastic surgeon as Madge. They look rather frighteningly similar.

          • margaret meyers

            They DO. 

      • http://twitter.com/pocketcarnival Penny Eager

        Yes! I always think she’s so beautiful & striking, but here she just looks sort of generic… unrecognisable.

    • Anonymous

      I think they’re both scored too high.  Not loving the monochrome thing he’s got going on–it washes him out.  And the shoulders on her dress make her seem strangely proportioned (and the model’s proportions are downright scary).  I don’t like the ruffle.  And the shoes are boring.  I’d give them both about a 6.

      • Anonymous

        Yes, the shoulders bug big time.  I like a strong shoulder but they’re just too exaggerated, it makes them look top-heavy, like with any slight breeze they would topple over like an SUV rollover.

        • Anonymous

          Anyone who uses the tendency of SUVs to roll over to make a statement about fashion deserves five stars.

          Boy, the comments on this topic are really clever!!!!

    • http://smalldog.wordpress.com/ C.

      She is divine.  Full stop.

    • Anonymous

      Head to toe brown? Mr. Craig…. Dr. No.

    • ryaddictive

      i don’t care what he’s wearing.  9.9.

      • Anonymous

        All I can see is that nice round butt in the side view.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cortney-Dean/100002491593625 Cortney Dean

      Oh, I actually love the non-platform pointy toe heels (and the belt with the dress). It is so refreshing to see a woman wearing beautiful, normal shoes that don’t have her teetering 8″ high with odd-shaped, stapled-on platforms. But I digress. They do look lovely together and I think the scores are right on.

      • Anonymous

        Total agreement re the shoes.

        Not so much on the scores.  I think TLo were being somewhat generous, given the mermaid hair and the terrible fit of his suit.

    • Anonymous

      oh… i’m reading the Girl with the Dragon Tatoo before seeing the movie, but of course i have Daniel Craig in my head while reading…. so seeing him here, so dreamy, makes my day…. thanks for the post guys!!! 

      • MilaXX

        I watched the Swedish version and now I read that if you’ve seen the original the US version is a let down. Plan to read the book when I finish the Hunger Games trilogy. (on the last book now)

        • Anonymous

          I saw the American version without having read the books or seen the Swedish version; I liked it a lot. My mom, who has read the books, was more lukewarm on it. I think even if you prefer the Swedish Lisbeth to the American interpretation, a person can still appreciate that Rooney Mara did something really subtle and great.

          Hunger Games! So amazing! I’m really bummed that I won’t be here (US) for the movie. (Also, if you’re enjoying The Hunger Games, I really suggest you check out the Uglies series.)

          • MilaXX

            I’ll add the Uglies to my list. I managed to duck young adult books for a while there. Didn’t care for Harry Potter or Twilight, but Hunger Games has sucked me right in, even though I don;t think the 2nd & 3rd books are as good as the first. Planning to read Dragon Tattoo series next, then maybe Uglies.

            • Anonymous

              I’m a big proponent of YA counting as “real” literature, snobs be
              damned. The first book of Uglies is a LOT like Hunger Games (not kids
              fighting to the death, but the same sort of all-controlling
              government/female heroine/rebellion/future dystopia) so I think it’s a
              pretty sure bet for you.

              I agree the 2nd and 3rd books aren’t as perfect as the first, in the
              sense of being a complete and satisfying whole, but I like how she
              really follows the disintegration of Katniss’s mind. A lot of books that
              feature adolescents in war kind of flinch away from that aspect of the
              subject matter.

            • MilaXX

              Sorry, didn’t mean to imply it doesn’t count as real literature, just that as a genre it usually isn’t one I’m attracted to. I’ll check out the Uglies though

            • Anonymous

              Oh, no, I didn’t think that you were doing that at all! I was talking about haters in the world, in general. The fact that you’re reading Hunger Games says to me you’re all right in this department. :)

            • Anonymous

              My sister is a children’s librarian and she says this is a golden age for YA fiction,.  Too bad none of it shows up on the reading lists for high school courses, at least at my children’s school.  Too many of the books are ones that I have read in my genteel matron’s book group – and why would you give a kid, especially a boy, a book that appealed to his mother?

          • http://profiles.google.com/shannonlstewart Shannon Stewart

            I really liked the Uglies series too.

    • Anonymous

      The neckline on her dress is a bit too “And here are my tits” for my tastes, and all the points you brought up are valid.  Still a rather valiant effort compared to the Jolie-Pitts.

    • Anonymous

      She’s a lucky girl.  He’s a very sexy guy and a terrific actor.  She looks like Little Bo Beep — Alexander McQueen or no, that’s a silly looking dress on anyone over the age of 18.  Love those shoes though.

      Love the way Daniel holds his ground in the second photo.  He just screams manly man of manliness.

      • http://beautyforrealgirls.blogspot.com/ accidental housewife

        “He just screams manly man of manliness”

        Indeed.

    • http://twitter.com/jwilliams2511 Joel Williams

      Add me to the chorus of those finding these scores too high. I love his shoes and hanky. And perhaps I appreciate the bod enough to not be concerned too much with the fit. HOWEVER, the color is doing him no favors at all. It washes him out and is thus terribly aging.

      I’m surprised TLo didn’t make mention of the fabric pulling and stretching too hard over Ms. Weisz’s lower ladyzone. And the Gunsmoke reference was spot-on and rated a guffaw down here at this end of the interwebtubes.

      • Anonymous

        I’m singing with Joel’s chorus–loudly!  Really, an 8.625?!  His fit issues, her fit issues.  And her face looks different to me, but could just be the silly mermaid hair.

    • Anonymous

      You boys are spot on; it’s all about fit, fit, fit.  And in Craig’s solo shot, doesn’t he look like an action figure?  As if you could pick him up and pose him?

    • foodycat

      I don’t like the shape of her skirt – I think having mermaid hair with a mermaid hem is a bit silly. But I love the top half, it’s so flattering to her bustline! Him, unless he is naked I don’t care and it will be long before I forgive him for Cowboys and Aliens.

    • http://beautyforrealgirls.blogspot.com/ accidental housewife

      I’d kill to be able to wear that dress. She looks incredible in it. I’m giving her a 9/10, with a point off for the mermaid hair.

      His jacket’s too tight, and his stance in the second photo makes him look like Beige Man, a superhero who fights for Truth, Justice, and the Right to Wear Neutrals. However, he’s look great in those pants, and I love the shoes. 7.5/10. I wish I could give him a higher score, what with him being Daniel Craig and all; plus, those pants. But he needs a bit of color, and, as TLo said – go up a size.

      • Anonymous

        Superhero Beige Man!  I fell off my chair!

        • http://beautyforrealgirls.blogspot.com/ accidental housewife

          Glad I could give you a laugh.

          That pose of his is cracking me right the hell up.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2CNDPMVO4W23R5TVC2QMTJ5BZE Heather

      He’s hot, but I can’t get behind the tan suit. Too ‘jr high school principal’ to me. And she looks weird… way too skinny and frozen of face, as noted above. Also don’t like the dress. Cute shoes, tho.

    • Anonymous

      It always makes me feel weirded out when I notice that Daniel Craig looks like a slightly younger version of my dad.

    • Anonymous

      The dress is also just a wee bit too tight also, but other than that, I agree.

    • Anonymous

      Her dress is too tight and I agree about the hem length. Love the shoes – 7/10. He looks fine, the suit is a tad too tight, but I have no issues with the color. Pant hem is perfect. Love the pocket square and shoes – 9/10. Combined 8/10. I have to say, I’ve seen the Jolie-Pitts look better, especially recently.

    • MilaXX

      I like his color combination but agree the suit needs to be better tailored. I also think he’s the perfect match to play Blinquest in the movie. A bit off topic but I thought the original actor was kinda hot in a rugged guy sort of way and was extremely disappointed at how not hot he was as the villain in MI4. Back to Mr. Craig, I give him a 8.5/10
      I also hate her little mermaid hair and think her dress is too tight. Don’t really mind the shoes.  8/10

    • Sara__B

      Irrational love of British movie stars could be elevating your scoring, guys. You don’t even mention his too-long slacks or that her dress is size too small, just like his suit. You do mention a lot of valid criticisms but then give surprisingly high scores. These two don’t look “movie star” to me. I can find nice-looking, well-maintained, expensively-dressed couples looking better than this right here in my small town. I give them 7s, because I expect more.

    • Hetha Innis

      Would his suit pull a lot less if he got his hand out of his freaking pocket? I think it’s kind of a close call!

      • http://profiles.google.com/alison.sigman Alison Sigman

        If he didn’t have his hand in his pocket then we would never know which leg he lays his… manhood. I for one can approve of a hand-in-pocket for some bulge.

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

      That is the worst hair I’ve ever seen on her, and the worst side hair among horrible side hair. 

    • Anonymous

      Maybe I don’t say it enough, fellas (at least not by actually typing the words on the screen) but you guys always make my day.

      Quality blogging indeed.

    • Anonymous

      I didn’t realize they were married! Is it just me, or does the neckline of that dress, paired with the extremely tight and long fit, make her look like her head’s way too big for her body?

    • Anonymous

      I think you’re scoring him on on what that suit would look like if he took the hand out of his pocket and an assistant had just run out of frame after pulling & tweaking everything to its best advantage.  I agree with the analysis but can’t go higher than 8/10.

      I can live with the mermaid hair and I actively like the shoes with the dress, but have to agree with serenitynow02, who catches a whiff of Gunsmoke.  I also would have preferred the black/grey looking belt on the model rather than the brownish color she seems to be wearing, and that she’d gone for another color in the clutch rather than the belt.It’s not fair for me to dislike a look just because the mermaid-ish ruffle and the scoop neck ruffle are one and a half ruffles too many for me. (I’d keep the one on the skirt.) So I will pretend my antipathy is due to the failure in proportions you two cite. Who knows, maybe it is, subliminally, maybe I’ve learned something from you guys along the way. But, she’s cute and it’s almost a great dress and, again, I like the shoes.She gets 8/10 giving them 8/10 overall and making it easy on my math skills.

    • Anonymous

      Daniel Craig…. le sigh!

      Oh, I’m sorry, was he with someone?

    • Anonymous

      I agree with what you said completely. Also, Rachel is not coming off at all well in her photographs. I had to google her to make sure the woman I had in my brain was the same person in the one in the above pictures. Poor thing. 

    • Anonymous

      The dress is lovely right until that flare.  It really just wasn’t a good idea.

    • Anonymous

      Wonder if we’ll see that dress on Cathy Cambridge??

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

        Not with that plunging neckline, though I bet if Kate wore this, it would actually fit.

    • Anonymous

      Surprised no comment about the hand in the pocket… and shouldn’t his jacket be unbuttoned while he’s standing with his arm around her? What are those rules, anyway?

    • Anonymous

      This reminds me, whatever happened to that Thursday Thighs idea of yours?  Daniel always reminds me of that, and I think we would all welcome it!

    • Anonymous

      like all gay people, we hate to make generalizations lulz.

      I think she looks better than you’re giving her credit for, although I agree she could use different shoes. And yes, his jackets lately have been KILLING ME. How can he not know that’s no good? At least leave it unbuttoned if you’re trying to fake it.

    • http://profiles.google.com/shannonlstewart Shannon Stewart

      I will now be bookmarking this page for the purposes of knocking off that dress — it’s fantastic and would look killer on me…

      • http://beautyforrealgirls.blogspot.com/ accidental housewife

        It’s a really great dress, isn’t it? I envy your ability to knock it off.

        • http://profiles.google.com/shannonlstewart Shannon Stewart

          I always feel slightly guilty for knocking off something because I really do believe that designers should be better protected.  But on the other hand, they aren’t being cheated out of any money anyway because I simply don’t have that kind of cash for a dress…

    • Joanna Schuth

      She looks _profoundly_ uncomfortable and like she can’t take a breath. Also, I can see her pubic mound. Ergo, dress too tight.

    • tylka5

      I love you guys! Precision wins!

    • tylka5

      I love you guys! Precision wins!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDI2DLE7DE3YPW2ONIHBWOVHMA ecallaw

      She’s pretty, but wouldn’t even make a top-50 list for me, and I’ve just never found him attractive.  He has a sexy vibe, but he just isn’t cute from the neck up.

    • Anonymous

      Yes, this definitely compensates for writing “Hogwart’s” earlier today.

      Bitter kittens for the win!

    • Jen Freeman

      this is one of the few designer dresses I’ve seen that I’d actually wear, and love, and look good in. Therefore, I’m desperate to own it.

      In the right length.

    • Anonymous

      Totally agree on all your points, T Lo. I wish his suit were a little darker or richer in color.

    • Anonymous

      He is so damn fine.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Franklin/1329318158 Jonathan Franklin

      i think she is boring.  Even my male heterosexual boss says “he could do better.”

      • sour_sadie

         I honestly thought he was her rebound after she split with Aronofsky.

    • Anonymous

      I want to steal her dress.

    • http://twitter.com/hmbscully Wendy

      I love him so much that I’m blind to the fashion. I know that’s bad here.

    • Anonymous

      The purpose of that dress on this earth seems to be to demonstrate that the wearer is THIN. That being said, it’s *adorable* on the model and merely meh on Rachel. The proportions are are just not right. Also, she is dreadfully lit — though heavy, her hair shouldn’t be acting like a sunhat. So that will skew our perceptions.
      He is a near miss… we clearly can see what he was going for, but definitely didn’t achieve. I think the undeniable movie star charisma inflated the scores a little. I’d pu tthem in the low 7s, not the high 8s.

    • CQAussie

      Quality blogging indeed.

      She: Looks like a barbie doll.  Super skinny, looks like she’s had a couple of ribs removed to look even skinnier.  Her lopsided hair is making her head seem rather big.  The dress is lovely but it could stand to be a couple of inches shorter, seems like it’s giving her stumpy legs.

      He: Looks like Ken doll.  I gather that might have been the point?  But come on.  The man is sexy.  Surely he can come up with something more interesting than this look?  Agree with the tailoring – that suit is way too tight.

    • Anonymous

      I’m sorry–I was looking at Daniel Craig. Were you saying something?

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

      God they do look amazing.

    • Alloy Jane

      Him:  Love the pocket square, love the color of the shirt, hate the “raw cookie dough” color of the suit.  Not complaining about the slim fit though.

      Her:  Love the dress but it IS a skosh too tight.  And please put away the mermaid hair.  Just because your dress has a flounce doesn’t mean your hair should.

    • Anonymous

      Am I the only one completely distracted by his massive package?!

    • Anonymous

      Oh, gosh. I think she looks dreadful. Like… 3.5, tops.

    • Anonymous

      Has my friend Rachel has some work done??

    • Toto Maya

      Has she had work done? She doesn’t look anything like how I remember.

    • Anonymous

      I want that dress or at least a bigger, cheaper version of it.  It does hit her too low, but it really does emphasize the hourglass.

    • Anonymous

      Way high.
      Something about the neckline and her face really bothers me. Yep, probably the Botox. Enhanced by the scoop neckline. Just ugh.
      Him? See a tailor, Mr. Bond.

    • http://twitter.com/Spawnsmom Ellen Tiene

      He’s a nice enough looking guy, but he needs to recognize the fact that he’s too old for him to dress like a 25 year old.  Or a 35 year old for that matter.  Those 60’s skinny leg suits – not for anyone over 40.

    • Anonymous

      I honestly didn’t know they were a couple. But yes you are right, the British tend to do alot of things better than us, particularly television (a nice fact I have discovered in the past year). Anyways, he looks fine. I don’t like that ruffle on her.

    • Anonymous

      “Like all gay people, we hate to make generalizations.”  Hee.

    • Anonymous

      He gets a 5. Too tight.
      She get’s a 6.5. Haaaaaate the hair and the dress seems off. Maybe it’s just the length? Just not digging it.

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

      Both of them need to go up a size or a half size.  Both the dress and suit are pulling across the middle.  I’d knock a point off each one for that reason alone.

    • http://twitter.com/TigerLaverada TigerLaverada

      Yes! First thing I said on viewing the pix was 1) great dress but it’s too long on her; and 2) wrong color suit on him. I feel vindicated! 

    • http://twitter.com/jadetomato April G.

      She needs a tailor too. Her dress is too tight across the hips. The horizontal folds and pubic mound are a dead giveaway.

    • http://www.facebook.com/Hutchlover Amye Sabin

      They’re both scored too high.

      That dress is too tight in the skirt area.  And yea, the ruffle point is all wrong, esp with that cut.

    • margaret meyers

      Her dress is too tight… and kind of “starlet” for her.

    • Victoria Reyes

      I couldn’t even tell that was her. What did she do to her face? She looks like Julianna Margulies

    • http://needtherapy.tumblr.com skadi1

      Hey!  Quit trying to get Daniel Craig to wear bigger suits.  He’s doing a service for humanity, and I don’t appreciate your attempts to make him stop.  Cease and desist!

    • Anonymous

      I dunno, I’d give her a 9

    • Anonymous

      WTF has SHE done now? She doesn’t even look like herself any more. Ladies hit a certain (and increasingly early) age and go on permanent masquerade.

    • Anonymous

      She could also stand to go up a size; her dress is way too tight. His pants are too long, and his suit would also show better if he’d get his damn hand out of his damn pocket.

    • Anonymous

      I think they look awful. She needs to stop effing with her face before it’s really ugly and unrecognizable. (When will Hollywood learn that it doesn’t look good???) His suit is fugly, and his hair is bad. And so is hers. They do nothing for me.

    • Anonymous

      She is total scrolldown fug.  He needs to get over himself.  His douchiness totally detracts from the grizzly hot guy vibe he has going on

    • Anonymous

      Holy shit, she is hottt!! Daniel Craig isn’t my type (and normally, women aren’t), but dayum, Weisz.

    • http://profiles.google.com/thisiscelia Celia

      That dress is on her is doing amaaaaazing things for her body, but that side-part throws off the symmetry going on for the whole look. Plus, the hair does weird things to her face and head, making everything look a bit wonky.

    • Anonymous

      Did she have something done to her face?  Fillers, perhaps?  She doesn’t look as gorgeous as usual. 
      That’s why I am never getting fillers – they make people look unnatural and the eyes look like peepholes

    • Libby Rhoman

      On Rachel the collar-to-cuffs-to-neckline-to-waistline ratio is so bizarre, she kind of just looks like a ruffly Star Trek Barbie to me.  The model does too, but not as bad as Rachel.  The makeup and hair are sad too.

    • Anonymous

      Craig does zilch for me – my pants do not move.  The only time I remotely found him hot was in The Mother.  I can’t believe he’s a year older than me. 

      Weisz ruined a perfecly good dress by lowering the hem.  Why do designers allow alerations to their original designs if it’s going to end up looking like crap?

    • Anonymous

      You gave him 8.75 for a tan, hair-matching suit (and tie) that doesn’t even remotely fit ???????
      More like 4.0

      Her dress  doesn’t fit either, but it’s a little better than his outfit, so a 5.

      That’s 4.5, at best.

    • Anonymous

      It’s champaign quality, darlings. Cheers!

    • http://asskickingadviser.com/ Ass Kicking Adviser

      I hate the light colors on him – he looks 10 years older than he is.
      What is up with Ms. Weiz?  Is she doing a Georgina Chapman imitation? Hate the hair, hate the dress – she looks like a tube of toothpaste.

    • Anonymous

      I LOVE the shoes on the model. Hate the big shoulders and mermaid hair.

    • Anonymous

      Like his suit, her dress is also far too tight.

    • Anonymous

      Y’all were way overly generous!

    • Ruth Gottesman

      I honestly think this is one of the first times I’ve seen them together in a photo since they got married. They’re a bit of an odd pair. I love them both but neither of them are wearing clothes that fit and I don’t think their outfits look so great together either.

    • frankystein123

      If they didn’t mess up the details they would had scored a perfect mark.