Jessica, we salute the main style choice you’ve made here, which is cause for celebration, we should think, since we’re always yelling at you. But as much as we like the idea of you in menswear, we’re gonna tell you what you got wrong here. Don’t worry. It only hurts a little. A couple pricks and it’s all over.
Jessica Biel attends the world premiere of “Runner Runner” at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas in a Dolce&Gabbana suit paired with a Mark Cross bag.
Granted, we hate when couples dress alike or according to a theme, but this is a promotional thing, so we’re inclined to not care. Besides, he looks awful. This post is all about you, girl. Aren’t you lucky?
Love the suit, darling. Truly. But here’s the thing: you have to find a way to make menswear-inspired womenswear work for you without being too literal about it. We’re sure you and your stylist thought it was cute to stick to the theme by giving you severe hair, a clean face, and even a little purse that looks like a briefcase, but to be honest, we’re yawning.
Sure, there are lots of ways to do androgyny-style, but since we’re talking about a celeb on a red carpet, we’re thinking the more glam versions of it should be the goal here. You’re not at a drag ball, after all. Look to classic ’80s Annie Lennox or Victor/Victoria. Androgyny, with a lot of makeup. That’s what work for you. A glam purse and some night-time earrings and eye makeup. Also: disco shoes. There. That wasn’t so hard, was it?
Seriously, honey. The bag? Come ON. We suppose we should be grateful you didn’t reach for the fedora on your way out.
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