Sienna Miller Double Shot

Posted on September 17, 2013

Y’know… you put her in more or less her natural habitat (London Fashion Week) and we can kinda see why so many fashion people still go a little nuts for her. Maybe her style just doesn’t translate on this side of the Atlantic, because it seems like she constantly gets it wrong in her public appearances here, but someone over there must like her, because we’re digging these looks.

Sienna Miller attends the Burberry Spring/Summer 2014 show at Hyde Park, London in Burberry.

Well… kind of. We love the skirt and the shoes. We’re pretty iffy on the fur crop top. Just say “fur crop top” out loud and you’ll understand why. We can get behind the idea of volume on the top of this outfit, and we love that deep blue paired with the green skirt (don’t love the bright blue of the clutch, though), but we can’t sign off on a dyed blue fur crop top, we don’t care who you are. Yes, it’s probably technically a jacket, but she’s pretty much wearing it as a big fur blouse.

Still, it’s a good look-at-me-and-take-my-picture look, which is what celebrities attending fashion shows are all about.


Sienna Miller attends an evening celebrating with The Global Fund featuring the first green carpet challenge at Apsley House in London in Dolce&Gabbana.

We’re on record as being pretty sick and tired of Dolce & Gabbana’s Sicilian widow aesthetic, but maybe because she’s just so blonde and British, we kinda dig this on her. We hate the lace overlay at the hem, but everything else about the dress works for us. The flowers look delicate and romantic, the lace not quite so oppressive and depressing. Love the kitten heels. HATE the hair.  Invest in some conditioner, honey.





[Photo Credit:, Chris Jackson/Getty Images]

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  • blogless

    Gosh she’s pretty. She and Harry Styles both look straight out of the mod 60’s.

    • pepper76

      I thought she made a perfect Edie Sedgwick.

  • RussellH88

    That first look is making me sweat and itch.

  • kolokOlchik

    At least she doesn’t have awful extensions!

    • Getoverit

      I kinda like her hair, wish I knew how she pulls off the volume without extensions. I have the messiness part down pat.

      • DTLAFamilies

        Backcombing and hairspray, aka ratting your hair. Ask John Waters about it.

        • Kristin McNamara

          That kind of hair just always looks like JBF hair to me and thus, rather trashy.

    • YoungSally

      But the color in the first picture seems a bit….yellow perhaps?

  • barbarienne

    I have to say, I’m kind of loving the fur crop top. I prefer that look to the second look, anyhow. The first look is “I just got back from snowmobiling in a Bond film.” The second look is “Someone rolled me in colored sprinkles.”

    • Let it out

      Me too on the fur top, even though I hate fur. The proportions of that outfit are divine. Second look, colored sprinkles, you nailed it.

  • Rand Ortega

    Goldie Hawn hair is only cool on Goldie Hawn.

  • Janet B

    Love the green skirt.

    • kimmeister

      Me too, except for the randomly placed horizontal seam.

      • Janet B

        It does call attention to her assets.

  • Monday1900

    Never understood why this woman is famous, much less on the cover of Vogue seemingly every 10 minutes. I’ve always wondered if Anna Wintour is obsessed with her because Sienna is what Anna thinks/wishes she looks like.

    • siena Mystic

      She was pretty great in Keen Eddie.

      • Rand Ortega

        Loved “Keen Eddie”!

        • rebeemoon

          Wasn’t it “Fast Eddie”? Loved that show.

          • Rand Ortega

            The show w/ Sienna Miller was “Keen Eddie”. It was my friend Colin Salmon’s 1st American show which why I watched it. He went on to become Pierce Brosnan’s right hand Charles Robinson in the Bond series & the 1st black man to be considered to play Bond.

          • rebeemoon

            You are correct, good sir. I keep telling myself, “IMBd is my friend,” but never listen.

  • Latin Buddy

    You know…I feel that the reason I don’t like her is that she was the reason Grace Coddington’s brilliant work in The September Issue was getting cut from the magazine. The documentary really made Grace’s pictures the protagonist while Sienna as the reason our hero suffered.

  • Snailstsichr

    It would kill her to buy a hairbrush??

  • Sobaika

    Both very strong looks. She wasn’t the fashion savior that Wintour insisted she was, but she gets it right more often than wrong and keeps it fresh.

  • anotherkate

    Her hair looks considerably less yellow in the second shot. Is it the lighting at the Burberry event? It’s much prettier on the dark cobblestone street.

  • HVM

    Now if only she would brush her hair…

  • altalinda

    Nope, still don’t see why folks go nuts over her.

  • She always looks like an actress playing the part of “Sienna Miller “.

    • And when I see her in movies she also looks like she’s playing the part of Sienna Miller.

  • Belvane

    Yes, she makes more sense on her home turf. Julie Christie-esque.

  • Mazenderan

    The fur jacket and her weird posture in the first pic combine to make her look like Donkey Kong.

    Love her shoes in the second outfit – thank God for something that isn’t putty-coloured hooves.

    She’s always worn her hair like that. It’s aggravating.

  • Lilyana_F

    I love her, and it’s totally irrational.

    • Lilak

      Me, too. She makes a great talk show guest: she’s got a lively mind and a quick wit, neither of which she’s given enough credit for.

      • thinkzinc

        I agree! I would take that beautiful blond hair over mermaid extensions any day! I actually took photos of her hair into my stylist and couldn’t be happier with the results. Maybe she was having some fun in the limo hence the slightly less than perfect do in the second set of photos.

  • kimmeister

    Fur, whether it’s faux or not, seems bizarre to be combined with sandals.

  • MilaXX

    I can’t explain why but I like everything but the bags she is carrying in both looks. A furry crop top makes a much sense as open toed boots, yet occasionally a celeb can make them work.

  • Jacquelyn

    I hate myself for liking the fur crop top.

    I have this overwhelming urge to brush hair in the second photo set.

  • Tracy_Flick

    She and Nicole Kidman have the same very strange hair color. It’s almost like a greenish orange. I didn’t know you could get that color if you weren’t on the swim team.

    The skirt and shoes in the first outfit are stunning.

  • Kate4queen

    Brush your hair! (sorry I just became my mum for a moment)

  • nannypoo

    Is that little bag in the second look a good idea?

  • The manicures a but 3 years ago, isn’t it? Is anyone still doing cement?

  • Trickytrisha

    She’s pretty much been under my radar, but wowser… she’s a beautiful woman. That fur top is painful, but she actually kinda pulls it off. Love the textured green skirt. Second look is nice… smart looking and, well.. nice.

  • Girl, you need a get your hair did.

  • Ronni H.

    Her hair is painfully underdone in both pictures. She doesn’t have to make it something extremely complex and fancy but she can make it look like she brushes it and washes it….

  • Adrianna Grężak

    I think she’s incredibly beautiful

  • Tom Markiewicz

    LORD she looks hungry, doesn’t she?

  • JauntyJohn

    As already observed: That hair!
    Was she constantly blown into the event by a brisk wind?
    Did she arrive by broom?

  • Dagney

    Love the clothes and the styling, but her makeup is a WERQ for me.

  • Monabel

    I hate the sticky-out ear look. Worked hard to avoid it in my long-hair-days. It can be done.

  • kim bunchalastnames

    love the skirt in the first ensemble, but am concerned about flecks of white stuff everywhere. flashbacks to l.a. in the ’80s.

  • Scoop

    This girl is sex on a stick. That JBF hair of hers is so part of her charm – I wouldn’t change a thing! Hell, I would wear a fur crop top if I could get away with it, and the fact that it’s paired with the skirt of the moment (flared, below the knee) and it’s Burberry is icing on the cake!

  • i wonder what’s under that top? surely she couldn’t have sat through the whole show in a fur jacket. her hair looks like straw in the first look, but that skirt is fabu and makes her butt look too cute. channeling bardot in that last shot (in the green skirt.) the texture in the second dress is intriguing. it looks like the shibori technique of twisting and tying the fabric around a bead before dyeing, but here it’s in the center of each flower. tedious if true.
    eta: on close look, no. but equally tedious however it was produced.

  • Her hair offends me.

  • decormaven

    I didn’t quite get the skirt in the first look until she turned. That thing is fitted within a minute! I’m with TLo on the second look- while that Sicilian widow style has been in heavy rotation, she makes it look fresh.

  • carnush

    I love it. She looks sexy and chic.

  • I can’t tell what she’s wearing. Everything is so dark in the top photos. Her hair needs a brush. But….

    Cheers for the skirt and the length of the skirt. Her silhouette looks nice.

    The flowers, nah.

  • marlie

    First look: I like the skirt, and I LOVE the shoes.

    Second look: Invest in a HAIRBRUSH.

  • Chuck Barthelme

    I’ve had a crush on her since her brief appearance in Layer Cake. Which if anyone hasn’t seen, is a GREAT movie. Also, Daniel Craig…

  • She really doesn’t know how to pair a clutch with an outfit, does she?

  • Andrea

    The hand positioning on the last shots is unfortunate. It looks sort of like she is pulling up the top layer of her dress to show the lacy see-through bits.

  • jif

    The straw hair is intentional and (imho) totally fine on her. The dyed-panda crop top, on the other hand, is heinous.

  • guest2visits

    Like both looks, the first is on the edge of too oddball. But I think the second is just perfect on her.

  • mhleta

    I love her. She could be waiting for her dealer at the Chelsea or sneaking a blunt with Kate Middleton. It’s not the garments, it’s her. She’s a little Maryanne Faithful, a little young Anita Pallenberg with a whiff of something else that speaks of royal lineage with a few guitar-smashing bastards thrown in.