Miranda Kerr in J. Mendel in New York City

Posted on September 20, 2013

Yet another reason to tsk-tsk Orlando Bloom for his cater-waiter getup: his wife managed to put the effort in on a grand scale.

Miranda Kerr leaves her New York home on the way to Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway where her partner Orlando Bloom is making his debut in ‘Romeo And Juliet’ play in a J. Mendel sea foam crepe crew neck long sleeve dress paired with Christian Louboutin pumps and a Daniel Swarovski clutch.

Granted, it’s kind of hard for to look bad, isn’t it?

We fear after featuring so many sheer pieces walking the runways for the spring collections, none of the kittens will be inclined to like this dress, but we think she looks spectacular.

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: PacificCoastNews.com]

    • decormaven

      The hair highlights/ombre/whatever the technical term is unsettling. How is that look achieved? That’s a tricky dress to wear, but she is pulling it off.

      • kim bunchalastnames

        i wonder if she had to hold her head in that position all night to show off the highlights.

    • Diego!

      Lovely!!! She looks like a movie star from 1950′s Gorgeous dress, hair and make up… I think we have our very first WERQ of the Friday! Female that is, Patrick Dempsey got the very first WERQ of the day to me :D

    • sugarkane105

      I really love that bodice. And the hair is fab as always with her.

    • sagecreek

      You’re right, she looks great. I could complain about the bodice, but given how great she looks, I shan’t.

    • Lori

      The cutouts on the bodice are over-complicated. That business in the middle looks like a shout out to the University of Texas.

      • RL McGruder

        I thought that, too! Hook ‘em!

    • MilaXX

      I’m not that mean. I think she looks lovely.

    • kim bunchalastnames

      she wears it very well. no black, lacy, far-too-short foundation garments being flaunted.

    • jtabz

      The cutouts aren’t my favorite thing in the world, but she’s certainly wearing the heck out of it. And I think the shoes are a really inspired choice — they complement the look without being either pedestrian or attention-pulling.

    • Imasewsure

      It’s a beautiful dress… sheer for lightness not trendy WTF sheer for a change

    • http://dontmakeitlikeimdumb.blogspot.com/ annabelle YBGS archer

      I could do without the T sheer piece in the middle, though it staves off the matronly aspects of chiffon(like?) and the long sleeves. Whatever. She’s perfect. She bugs.

    • susan6

      Not sure about the cutouts….sort of looks like muscle patterns…..but I love the shoes. Also amazing is her utter command of the wind. “You. Blow my hair into photogenic perfection; a 60 second 5 mph gust from the east should do it. There we go.”

    • Jennifer

      THAT HAIR.

      • Madam Von Sassypants

        For Miranda Kerr, walking on the street is the equivalent of a shampoo commercial.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

      Mmmm sparkley shoes!

    • hughman

      I like a dress that makes you look as if you’re always on your way to an important lunch with the ladies.

    • MarieLD

      I’m worried about her left foot/ankle.

    • Janet B

      She looks beautiful, but her dress is so-so.

    • Kelly

      She does look lovely. But is it really not possible to sew darts so that they don’t look like perpetually-erect nipples? Or is that exactly the effect desired, and I’m just too out-of-it to understand?

    • marlie

      I like this a lot! I’m only disappointed that the flash photography has washed out the color of the dress. Also, the shoes are a great choice to go with it.

    • Pudgy Possum

      damn her for setting the bar for looking (unreasonably) attractive!

    • leilah

      When you add interesting and non-revealing, then sheer is taken to a whole new level. IMO, when worn in public, sheer is supposed to be a flirt … a hint … not a glimpse, and certainly not a “threat” (i.e., the full-length sheer side panels) or an outright reveal.

    • PaulRin

      She has been known to love paparazzi and will make love to any camera, but goddamn I don’t care, she puts the effort in whatever she’s wearing and werq 99% of the time. Remember that post when she flipped her hair?

    • msdamselfly

      She’s a fashion model and he’s an actor

    • quiltrx

      I wish the color were more of a color. It comes off as some bizarre second-wedding bridal gown.

    • luluransom

      So pretty.

    • Pterodactyl111

      Oh super cute. I wish you had a close up of the shoes, because they look gorgeous.

    • ashtangajunkie

      I love this, head to toe. Her hair is to die for.

      • broke&fashionable

        Agreed. All I see in this photo is glorious, glorious hair that I will never have.

    • Rebecca Clifford

      At first glance (I didn’t see the rest of the dress), I thought, “No. The sheers have got to go. So Nancy Kerrigan.” But then I saw the rest of it and it reminded me of an updated version of the dress Cyd Charisse wore in the number “Dancing in the Dark” from The Band Wagon. And that is one of my all time favorite film fashions. That and, I agree, Miranda has a hard time looking bad in anything. Physically, she’s almost like the Audrey Hepburn of our time (with a bit more boobage).

    • frumpybiscuits

      How is this seafoam? Am I going blind in some weird way? Looks completely white.

      • broke&fashionable

        I can see it (if I squint) in the skirt but the top looks completely white to me. Weird.

      • Laura Renee

        I guess they mean white seafoam? Otherwise the camera flashes turn it white.

    • Zizi_N

      Love the angular designed bodice, not a big fan of the color though–ice-skater-ish. It’d look better if it were mint green.

    • Sara Brams-Miller

      Perfection.

    • Laura Renee

      She does!