We’ve discovered a new reason to be frustrated with Tay – and darlings, we swear we weren’t looking for one. It’s simply this:
Taylor Swift out to lunch in New York City in a Cynthia Rowley dress paired with a mustard cardigan and a Cuore & Pelle ‘Caterina’ bag.
Girl simply does NOT know when and how to mix her browns and blacks. We noticed that the last time we featured her, but now she seems to be getting somehow more aggressive about it; as if she read our criticism of her brown booties last time and said “You know WHAT, T LO? SUCK ON THIS BROWN, BITCHES.”
We would so love it if she really was that vulgar in real life. We wouldn’t be a bit surprised.
Anyway, the dress is really cute, the tights are cute, the shoes are cute, the bag is bland and the sweater is awful. Way to completely mis-style a look, Tay. As for the brown and black question, it’s a prickly one and everyone seems to have their own set of rules. To our eyes, when you have that much black in a look, then any browns needs to be toned down and used sparingly. All her browns clash with each other and there are too many of them. We could accept the shoes (because they’re cute), but we can’t help thinking they’d look much better with a navy blue tight. That sweater really needs to be burned. Baby poo color. Also: it REALLY bugs that the belt is not sitting on the dress’ waist. Granted, the belt is probably sitting at Taylor’s natural waist, but that makes it an argument not to wear a belt with this dress, since you just draw attention to the seam right above it.
[Photo Credit: PacificCoastNews, cynthiarowley.com, cuoreandpelle.com]