Emily Blunt Style Double Shot

Posted on May 29, 2014

Here’s us, scrolling down: “Ooooooh, bringing the drama! We like – wait. Oh, no. What is that? What’s happening? Why is it DOING THAT? WHAT ARE WE LOOKING AT?!?”

So consider this your warning.

Emily-Blunt-Edge-Tomorrow-David-Koma-Photocall-Paris-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Emily Blunt attends photocall for “Edge Of Tomorrow” in Paris in a David Koma cropped top and skirt paired with Christian Louboutin ‘Toboggan’ pumps, Graziela Gems earrings, and Melissa Kaye rings.

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Everything from the hips down looks like PURE ASS. That skirt is awful. And those shoes are ugly. We are shaking our fists in impotent rage.

Tsk.

Let us speak of this no more.

 

 

Emily-Blunt-Edge-Tomorrow-Prada-New-York-Premiere-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Emily Blunt attends the premiere of “Edge Of Tomorrow” in New York City in a Prada strapless gown paired with Prada shoes and clutch and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

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Much better, dear. We’re not in love with the idea of three competing-but-slightly-matching pinks in one look; especially when paired with such a vibrant red. And those shoes probably shouldn’t be worn with a gown. But it doesn’t make us angry like that last one did, so we’re willing to call it a win and move on. The hair is gorgeous.

We know we sound bitchy but we’re secretly thrilled she gives us so much to pick apart. Don’t tell her we said that.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: ACE/INFphoto.com, GG/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES, CHP/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images, IMAXTree]

    • Sobaika

      Seriously?? Who decided to pair all those pinks/red? Makes my eye twitch.

      • PrettyBlueFox

        My first urge was to readjust the display settings on my computer. I assumed the fault was originating there…but no.

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      (Insert sounds of police sirens shrieking) Step AWAY from the last layer of that black skirt, Miss.

    • Danielle

      I am going to pretend everything from the belly down doesn’t exist on the first dress. Her body simply ends with navel.

    • MilaXX

      First look is ugly, but Rhianna could make it work. Second look is better, but those shoes are completely wrong, and the pink lip has got to go.

      • @Biting Panda

        Ri would ditch the tube top. And find mile high fuck me pumps.

      • bitchybitchybitchy

        The New York Times fashion section today has a long article about Ri’s stylist.

        • demidaemon

          It’s a guy, right?

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            It is. His last name is Ottenberg, and Ri’s his one and only celeb client. He also does magazine shoots and has worked for several mags in different capacities.

            • demidaemon

              He was one of the main judges on her fashion reality competition show, right?

            • bitchybitchybitchy

              you’re right, he was-according to the article, that was also Ri’s doing. She wanted him on the judges’ panel. I didn’t watch that one.

            • demidaemon

              I watched the first half of it, then missed an episode and didn’t go back. It wasn’t one of those MUST WATCH shows.

    • @Biting Panda

      Living for all the rings.

    • rainwood1

      That pink lipstick on its own would be bad. Paired with the rest of that look, it’s inexplicable. Isn’t that the shade everyone tries when they’re, like, eleven? And the black two-piece is best forgotten. Immediately.

      • kimmeister

        When they’re eleven in 1986.

        • Super_Red

          i choked on my lunch with that one. well done.

    • juniper

      I can’t un-see kitten ear boob holsters in this strapless dress style. why?!

      • Imasewsure

        Aside from the Loubie naked shoe, this is probably one of my least favorite RC trends right now… yuck

      • H2olovngrl

        They also look like they could peel back for easy access, which kind of freaks me out.

      • majorbedhead

        That was my first thought exactly. Hello Kitty Boobs. And then I shrieked at the lipstick color and then I cried about the shoes. I think I find the second look more awful than the first, and the first is pretty awful.

      • smayper

        YES. I hate that shape, it ruins a dress that is otherwise nice.

      • melisaurus

        I want to draw a kitty face on her dress!

    • Froggae

      1st look, as I’m scrolling down, “This is awesome, what could possibly be wro…. OMG that is hideous!”
      2nd look, I love the color but that’s about it.

      • kbshee

        Agree completely. I don’t really hate it on the model–that one or two inches really makes a difference.

    • Courtenay P

      she’s channeling Kate Winslet in the second look.

    • Imasewsure

      Thanks for the warning dear uncles… I thought it was a shoe disaster on the horizon and the fugly came much sooner in my scroll-down….

      As for the gown, I don’t love the Minnie Mouse cuplets or the pink but it’s a vast improvement over the (bottom half of the first look) and definitely not dull!!

      • smayper

        cuplets!! FTW. Like triplets…only awful. But probably just as much work!

    • Lilah

      The more I look at it, the more I like the pink and red. But I wouldn’t have advised it.

    • Akemi

      That top skirt is horrendous, but I am not loving that second look either. That is not a good lipstick color for her, and those shoes are ridiculous.

    • &theJets

      “We are shaking our fists in impotent rage.” Ah ha ha ha!!!

    • Denise Rambo

      The black outfit was fine in the first picture – the second photo made me scream “WHAT?” And the pink lipstick with that red dress makes my eyes water.

    • Sophie

      Oh the lipstick. And the shoes. But I really like the red dress with the pink clutch.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      That first look is making my eyes hurt. The sheer mixed with opaque is a trend that must be stopped-how do we drive a stake through it?
      After that first look, the second is so much better. The competing pinks are a bit much, but I can live with them.

    • Chameleon

      But when Emily Blunt does wrong in fashion she still does it so much better than many others.

    • Gerry Coleman

      That skirt looks like one of those slips that you can cut to one of several lengths. And she should cut it.

    • Call me Bee

      I really like the pinks with the red. A little different than the expected black or (even worse) nude shoes. And–I kinda like that first dress. Yes the skirt is ickky, but the rest of it is fierce. I just wish she would have worn some more substantial shoes with it.

      • Sarah

        I like it, too. I just want the skirt to BE the leather mini it WANTS to be, and give up on the extry bits. I like her earrings with that look, too.

    • melanie0866

      That hem length on the first one works on NO ONE. Not runway models, not tall people, not short people, NO ONE.

    • decormaven

      That black dress looks like melted licorice. And those treacly pink pumps with that tomato red dress? Yesterday’s looks made me feel hopeful- today’s choices, not so much.

    • SugarSnap108

      The lipstick and shoes ruin the second look for me. They both look stolen from an 11-year-old’s pink bedroom (even with the heels).

    • marlie

      First dress: The knees down is the biggest needle-scratch part of the outfit. The top has potential, and the leather skirt wouldn’t be so bad if it fit better.

      Second dress: I LOVE it. The dress is simple, but elegant. I hate the lipstick color, and the clutch and shoes would have been SOOOOO much better in different colors.

    • carpediva

      Kitty titties.

    • SuzBald

      She’s the highlight of my week, basically.

    • IMNAngryLiberal

      Emily, sweetie, come stand by me. I have scissors and can fix that first look in a jiffy. The pinks wouldn’t have looked so off if the red had more blue in it, but pink and tomato just never go. Also hating the cat’s eye trend. There are a (very) few people who can carry it off and Emily just isn’t one of them.

    • kimmeister

      The first dress is a fail in and of itself, but then to pair such a substantial dress with nothing shoes is baffling. Also, it looks like millipedes are running around on her ears.

      I do like the 2nd dress, cat ears and all, and am also down with the clutch and jewelry. The lipstick and shoes, however, have got to go.

    • susan6

      Black dress: tear off everything below the leather skirt, and possibly the sleeves, and we’ll talk. Shoes are unfortunate.
      Red dress: OK. The pink lipstick looks like….not lipstick. House paint? Chalk? Playdoh? Her lips look weird, dammit!

    • saintebeuve

      Does anyone know what to call the style of earring she’s wearing with the black, eh, we’ll go with dress? Like, say, if someone wanted to buy a pair for herself on Etsy and “long squiggly post” wasn’t turning up the right stuff.

      • ktr33

        search term: inch worm

    • Qitkat

      The black outfit is an “If Only”–if only the designer had not slept for three days, with jet lag from halfway around the world, stoned on exotic herbs, eating food that even Anthony Bourdain would turn down, got inspired by native origami, but his only art supplies were hefty bags and a large diamond-shaped paper punch, and then to come home to an apartment that looked like it had been robbed only the truth was that a large bird got trapped in it for the three days, and the super heard all the noise, and called the fire department, who turned on their hoses because the neighbor below had a kitchen grease fire, which scared the bird, and, well, your imagination can fill in the rest.

      WHAT? You think I have too much time on my hands?

      • demidaemon

        ;) Love the narrative.

        • AnneElliot

          Me too. That should be a bitter kitten assignment: write a narrative as to what would possess any designer to create such a fugly dress as the first look.

          • demidaemon

            Sounds like part of the program at TLo University! :)

            • smayper

              Oh, yes. On the next TLounge….post a pic and your narrative!

    • FibonacciSequins

      In the closeup of the first look, Emily is pleading silently with her eyes for a shawl, a sarong, anything to cover up that skirt.

      That’s a craptastic shade of pink lipstick. The other shades of pink with the red dress work for me.

    • LadyVimes

      I should have stopped scrolling when I hit her shoulders on that…monstrosity. Her makeup was was ON POINT though. That is a fabulous smokey eye.

      Hate the pinks with the red. And that lippy does not flatter you, sweetheart. Go to the bathroom and take it off.

    • understateddiva

      That last look is some serious fashion victim bullshit. Ooo pink with red. Edgy. In 1988.

    • snarkykitten

      Not a big fan of cat ear tits.

    • http://www.bertkeeter.com Bert Keeter

      That black thing is the UGLIEST dress in YEARS!

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Is she married yet? You don’t think there is any danger of her becoming the next Mrs. Cruise, do you? (Shivers)

      • demidaemon

        I thought the new potential was Laura Prepon.

      • Jacqueline Wessel

        Yes, she’s married to John Krasinski and recently had a baby.

    • http://www.chifleschips.com Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

      The first…oy…looks like chewing gum wrapper chains hot pressed on to a clear shower curtain…the second…good night, did the girl get locked in to a Sherwin-Williams paint store overnight in front of the pink and red paint chips and then drop one of the last hits of Owsley acid in the world?

    • ktr33

      The top look is just, no, c’mon, you’re joking, right? After those fabulous day frocks she wore recently. Is she trying to prove she isn’t just an English Rose, or something?
      Red dress fits her flawlessly (MIT engineers figured out the bust structure), but it’s like she had to undermine it with those spiky pepto bismal shoes. Or like, let’s fuck up this flawless dress with a bunch of accessories that don’t exactly “go.”

    • Kirstin McAulay

      Pink and red not great together but nice frock… am applying brain bleach for the other…

    • demidaemon

      Look One: ASS. The bad kind.

      Look Two: BOOBS. The good kind?

    • Rebecca Bledsoe

      First look, dominatrix goes to church. Second look, although I think she looks quite pretty, Pinktastic Barbie (minus the pink hair) raided Red Carpet Barbie’s closet.

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      WHICKETY WACK. You know which look I’m talking about.

    • NBG

      What, nothing about the horrendous makeup in the second look?

    • elemspbee

      anybody recognize the brand and shoe name on the first photo?

      • AnneElliot

        I spy red soles, could they by Laboutins?

        • elemspbee

          ooops sorry i meant the shoes worn by the model. David Koma?

    • quiltrx

      That pink and that red are NOT friends, Emily.
      And I’m down with the top of the first look, then it all goes quite awry.

    • LeelaST

      The black look is a definite OMG – I was quite excited until that extended sheer lattice thing. OMG. Look 2 is very “cat ear” bodice. Better than the “Mickey Mouse ear” bodice but not by much. Hate all those pinks.

    • 25or6to4

      Her makeup in that first look is perfection.

    • http://vhanna26.typepad.com Vera

      I love those pink shoes, just not with that dress.

    • Dagney

      well call me crazy but I love that black dress. It’s edgy and weird and strange and she is pulling it off. And the red dress? with pink lips that match the purse? Aggressive and risky and BRILLIANT. Both are IN.

    • http://tvblogster.blogspot.com Boop

      Didn’t she and Krasinski just have a baby? I think she look amazing. First look is interesting. Second looks is gorgeous to me. No eye burn here.

    • DeTrop

      Ew. That first dress went on too long. Love the red dress but not with those shoes.

    • Shawn EH

      Love the pinks with the red dress; first dress is so sad.

    • israel8491

      The red dress looks like cat ears on her boobs. Now I can’t unsee it.

      • Kane

        Exactly.

      • Gatto Nero

        I should have scrolled down before commenting.
        Exactly.

    • LibKat

      Oh dear God, that lipstick. Has she no compact with a mirror?

    • MissusBee

      1. Bondage lampshade.
      2. Doesn’t bother me. I think I prefer to her to clash rather than be boring, as the effect is obviously completely deliberate. Not loving the neckline, but the rest is ‘Hollywood Goddess with a Raspberry Vodka Twist’. Someone like Kate Winslet would wear the gown but accessorize it in a very standard way.

    • BayTampaBay

      Hey Bitch, Your ugly slip is showing!

    • carnush

      She looks amazing in red. Even with the competing pinks.

    • MarissaLG

      I like the different pinks with the red- I think it’s fun and stylish. First look is a NO.

    • SistaT

      Those lips with that gown make me want to shriek.

    • Lex

      I can’t abide by red mixed with pink (or lavender) ever. Valentine colors belong solely on Valentines. Her pink accessories and lipstick make me die a little inside.

    • amaranth16

      That pink lipstick makes my eyes hurt.

    • OhSheila

      I just want her back in red hair. I know The Devil Wears Prada was forever ago, but red was what made her stand out.

    • Gatto Nero

      Look #1: *Might* have worked as a mini dress, without all that pointless sheer mess on the skirt and with a tougher shoe.
      Look #2: Too many reds/pinks, and a cat-ear bodice. Otherwise, not bad.

    • AnnaleighBelle

      I was going to have a meltdown and complain that she just had a baby, but I see it was in mid-February…so, I guess, about time she took of the baby weight? j/k I don’t know how people do it. I still have the baby fat from my 30-year-old.

    • Mink Carlyle

      It’s such a shame when beautiful people have no natural style.

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      With the first look I was on board with the top, liking that textural pattern, then I got to the skirt and all I could see were tire-tracks. Cannot unsee.

      The second dress is killer, but how could anyone with eyes think that fuchsia lip looked good with it? Don’t get me started on the shoes.

    • Amel

      Oh dear, why did she turn a dress that deserves a good “got-DAAMN” into a Barbie impersonation. That clutch was more than enough pink for that look.

    • Michelle Gennari

      That black dress looks freakin’ uncomfortable. All wrapped up in plastic. Ugh.

    • agneS

      it’s weird, but i kinda like those three different pinks combined with red…

    • Accademia di Moda

      Loving the red Prada dress! Very edgy yet sophisticated… perfect for the Red Carpet!

    • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

      Once again, I am duty bound to tell everyone that my bus driver from kindergarten to high school graduation, the irreplaceable Mavis, wore shocking pink lipstick every day and smoked Pall Malls. Every school day morning I was greeted by her fluorescent lips exhaling a puff of smoke into my face as she bellowed, “Good morning, kids!” My youngest brother says that she still said “kids”, even after it was just him climbing aboard every morning, and so we are all convinced she was at least partially blind.

      Long-story-short: day-glo pink lips make me feel sentimental. I think I shall go stalk my high school boyfriend on Facebook.