Alice Eve in Zuhair Murad

Posted on May 15, 2013

It seems that Alice Eve and T Lo are going to need to sit down and have themselves a talk some time soon.

 

Alice Eve attends the premiere of ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ in Hollywood, California in a Zuhair Murad dress paired with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and Marina B and Martin Katz rings.

Zuhair Murad Pre-Fall 2013 Collection

Giuseppe Zanotti E30283 001 Sandal

It’s sometimes hard to tell from her poledancing pictures, but she’s a really beautiful woman. We can tell she’s trying to look good for her public appearances; this is not an instance of a gorgeous ladystar “pulling a Jolie” and not putting the effort in. But after having viewed quite a few of her Star Trek whoretour looks, we can’t help but conclude she’s floundering.

Along with our brilliant “Horse trailers for starlets” idea to get overdone ladystars to public events in unwrinkled gowns, we’re also thinking of launching a “T Lo Fashion Boot Camp” where starlets would pay to sleep in the woods and have an army of drag queens and stylists instruct them on how to dress, walk and pose. We’re just looking for some startup cash to get these incredibly brilliant entrepreneurial ideas off the ground so anyone reading this with a lot of extra money lying around and no real common sense, please contact our financial manager, [email protected]

Anyway, this isn’t horrible; it’s just not a very good way to set off her looks. That’s too much metallic gold for a blue-eyed blonde to handle. The hair does nothing for her, well, hair. The makeup’s not terrible, but again; not exactly setting her off. When she’s done up right, she can give Charlize a run for her money in the “striking blonde” category but it’s just not happening here. We’d scrap the entire look but the shoes and start over. And we’d have a very serious conversation about the art of posing.

 

[Photo Credit: Getty, zuhairmurad.com, giuseppezanottidesign.com]

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