Gwen Stefani in A.L.C. in Los Angeles

Posted on July 16, 2014

When it comes to the celebrity sidewalk promenade, we can joke all we want about Reese or Taylor and their sometimes hilariously obvious attempts, but this lady always make it look completely effortless and totally natural. Of course she goes to the acupuncturist dressed like this. Of course she’s a walking billboard of labels who somehow manages to look (somewhat) unaffected. Of course God is her wind machine. She’s Gwen. She’s got this.

Gwen-Stefani-ALC-Paige-Denim-GOTSLA-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Gwen Stefani stops by an acupuncture center in Los Angeles, California in an A.L.C. ‘Tribe’ sweater paired with a Paige Denim ‘Sierra’ overall, a GX by Gwen Stefani ‘Kiyosu’ bag, and GX by Gwen Stefani ‘Eiko’ peep-toes.

Gwen-Stefani-ALC-Paige-Denim-GOTSLA-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (2)Paige Denim ‘Sierra’ Overall | A.L.C. ‘Tribe’ Sweater | GX by Gwen Stefani ‘Kiyosu’ Bag | GX by Gwen Stefani ‘Eiko’ Shoes

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Do a twirl, girl.






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  • Now facing a horrifying reality in which I start to think overalls might be a good idea.

    • Overalls hung down like that. I…. have never seen that. I love it. WHAT.

      • Sarah

        Oh, my. Were you born after 1990?

        • More or less.

          • Sarah

            It was…a thing that people did. It’s like, first somebody started wearing just one strap and letting the other one hang, which was great for getting it soaked in the toilet. (See: Fresh Prince of Bel Air). So then, it gradually just turned into totally down, with the stirrup-like hip effect you see Gwen rocking. Some sort of desire to be devil-may-care half-dressed, I guess.

          • I’ve seen the one-strap thing. That feels stupid to me. All or nuthin’.

          • Sarah

            Yes, it was dumb. So are plenty of things people wear now, too. Kids today with your hi-lo hems and skinny tight pants! Get off my lawn!

          • Thomas

            I love skinny jeans though! They make a short person like me look taller!

          • Sarah

            Oh, you’re okay. Just kidding. My bitter 38 y/o ass does not fit in them, so I can poke fun at y’all.

          • Thomas

            You wouldn’t be a Bitter Kitten if you weren’t bitter! 😉

          • Anna

            Guilty here of wearing the one strap and letting the other one hang. In addition to wearing everything backwards, Kris Kross did it, so of course that means I had to.

          • Sarah

            Hell yes. How did you think I knew about the toilet?

          • Nicole

            OMG! I was never cool, but thought I could rock that overall trend in 8th grade. Then, a strap fell in the toilet. In the morning. And I wanted to die.

          • Sarah

            Yep, sounds about right, only I was a freshman. I guess Cool Kids were smart enough to keep their straps out of harm’s way…

          • mskgb

            In every era, there is a women’s garment that brings a toilet-soaking risk. You had the one-strap overall, I had the jumpsuit, my mother had full skirts and long sashes.

          • Sarah

            Ha. I wouldn’t call the overalls I was wearing right then a “woman’s garment” but I feel you. I’m certainly quite vigilant about the back hem of a hiked-up maxi dress, these days.

          • kimmeister

            (People born after 1990 don’t know who Kris Kross were.)

          • Kent Roby

            People born after 1990 have Google, so they have no excuse. Besides, they should do their homework and study all the really important events of history to help them know important facts, like that the videos for both “Let’s Hear It For The Boy” and “Allentown” featured male baton twirlers, and that no one has ever crawled over a car better than Tawny Kitaen.

          • KateShouldBeWorking

            It’s a convenient trend if you hit puberty while it’s popular and you want to look cool while avoiding post-growth spurt camel toe. That’s what my friend said, I definitely wouldn’t know from experience.

          • Danielle

            Join us next week as we explain tattoo chokers, inflatable furniture, and Be Kind, Rewind.

          • Sarah

            See-through phones, Swatch Watches, and teased bangs in a future episode!

          • giddypony

            The magic of backcombing, aquanet and the blowdrier!

          • Kent Roby

            You just described Donald Trump!

          • Lower L

            My mom recently made my sisters and me cull some of our old stuff that was at my parents’ house, and I unearthed my 1984-era Swatch (it was the one with the black case, black spot in the center of the face, and red strap). I got a new white strap and battery at the Swatch store and it works perfectly!

          • largishbearishAtlish

            There are still Swatch Stores?

          • Lower L

            Yep. This was in a mall on Michigan Avenue, Chicago. And there’s one in Houston’s Galleria (unless it has closed since I moved away).

          • BayTampaBay

            I always thought Swatch would make a come back.

          • largishbearishAtlish

            He did! He works at Mood remember? (and has his own FB page 🙂 )

          • Kent Roby

            I would kill for a see-through phone and a Swatch right now (I can tease my bangs on my own!).

          • sweetlilvoice

            I love you for this…..

          • KES4K

            Slow clap.

          • giddypony

            Hayzee Fantazee!

          • MilaXX

            I had a pair of white denim short overalls that I swore to a Great Adventures theme park with my high top Reeboks! One side down only. Tube top underneath. Thought I was cute!

          • Sarah

            I can’t lie. I have worn overalls post-millennium – oversized with a tank top underneath, and rolled up with knee socks. I KNOW I was cute.

          • MaggieMae

            The tube top/overalls combo. A classic of my youth!

          • formerlyAnon

            Baby, you WERE cute! In context.

          • Alloy Jane

            Huh, I always thought one strap had to do with general junk relief. I personally always dropped a strap to keep the pants part from digging into my bits too much because loosening both straps tended to lead to chafing. And there was no dropping both straps unless you wanted to go pantsless. Oversized overalls don’t stay up without the bib part.

          • Sarah

            Junk relief is a good reason. I could drop both straps because: Hips.

          • MilaXX

            You’re cute!

          • Thomas

            Fellow 90s babies unite! I’m barely a 90s baby though. I was born in March 1990. My mom remembers listening to “Vogue” in the hospital. I was bound to be gay!

          • Jacob Bowen

            March of ’91!!!

          • Thomas

            I thought you were older than me for some reason. I remember reading a comment of yours that you’re a teacher. I’m still in college! Although I did change schools and majors a few times.

          • Jacob Bowen

            I’m just 23 but I’m on my second year out of school.

        • MaggieMae


          • twocee

            This entire conversation Wins the Internet for me today.

        • Sara Brams-Miller

          Can we all agree that we all want to rock some overalls now? Cause I definitely do . . .

          • Sarah

            Agreed. I actually went home from work yesterday and dug mine out. I may have to lose a few lbs to get ’em on, but since I’m in the South, they are always a fairly reasonable casual choice.

          • formerlyAnon

            Hell no. I wore an earlier incarnation of overalls, more hippie and less one-strap-danglin’. Borderline underweight, 19-ish and as cute as I was ever going to be, it was . . . unflattering, but worked. Wouldn’t work no more, no more, no more, no more . . . .

      • demidaemon

        At first, I didn’t like it. But then, watching her move through the shots, I changed my mind.

    • Sarah


      • At least she doesn’t just have one strap down….???

      • RescueMe23

        I have never worn overhauls in my entire life. I don’t have any plans to either.

    • Thomas

      She and Rihanna should come with signs that say, “Professional on a closed circuit. Please do NOT try at home. Unless you want to look like smacked ass like Miley Cyrus.”

      • demidaemon

        Truly. These people already have their fashion doctorates. The rest of us are still in fashion high school and Miley has been held back about thirteen times.

        • Thomas

          Miley never even got past daycare.

          • demidaemon

            Well, she might be in preschool. She was wearing something approximating a romper the last time we saw her.

          • Thomas

            And she always has her tongue out like a preschooler.

          • demidaemon

            I’m really trying to avoid thinking where her mouth has been.

          • Thomas

            She should stick her tongue to a pole in the dead of winter like the kid in The Christmas Story. That’ll teach her.

          • sweetlilvoice

            I did that in grade school and was covered in blood by the time the teachers pulled me off the pole. I ruined my snowman sweatshirt….the dentist was completely fascinated by my mouth.

          • Kent Roby

            I got a fudgesickle stuck to my mouth; I was holding it there to free my hands to get my car keys…If you want to make a big impression on fellow college students when you’re a freshman, try running around with denuded lips for a few days!

          • kimmeister

            You are on fire today!

          • demidaemon

            Thank you. 🙂

          • I taught preschool, and my kids had better manners than that.

      • BayTampaBay

        Both Gwen and Rihanna have a lot of class. Even 95% naked with ever tattoo showing , Rihanna always seems to “throw off” class. Miley just looks cheap and tacky as if she crawled out of a “holler” somewhere.

    • whaddami

      yeah, especially with cut-out toe lumberjack booties
      (oh wait, I’m picturing Michael Palin trying to rock that look in the recent live rehashing of Monty Python…..oh dear, that’s actually making me giggle)

    • Kate4queen

      We called them dungarees in the UK. I had a bright red pair that were so tight they eventually split. 🙂

  • Thomas

    Love the glasses and bag in a kind of motorcycle chic way, but that’s about it.

    • Fitzperry

      Those are the only elements I like too. In fact, those shoes are all kinds of awful, but somehow she looks fantastic. How???

      • Thomas

        I think it’s all about confidence and attitude. Some people have that certain je ne sais quoi. Gwen and Rihanna certainly have it. Miley doesn’t even have an ounce of it.

        • Miley is always looking around to see who thinks she’s cool. Gwen and Rihanna just know they are.

      • BayTampaBay

        She has a shoe and handbag line line at ShoeDazzle.

      • Kimbolina

        Seriously. I hate pretty much everything she has on here and yet I still want to be her.

  • decormaven

    Only on Gwen does this work. Glorious polish on nails and toes.

  • quiltrx

    She’s one cool broad. I do like to see her best accessory (Gavin) though! I really like that bag…looks like something she would design, which is exactly how it should be.
    I see the “dipped tips” Terri Nunn bit she was sporting the other day made a quick disappearance.

  • kbshee

    I’m so sorry but I can’t get behind the ‘overall top as apron’ look.

  • In case anyone is wondering, yes. Overalls are now a thing (again) in LA. I saw a pair priced at $65 in a punk vintage/re-sell store in downtown.

    • Thomas

      I hate it when things that used to be downscale are then appropriated as upscale and trendy and priced accordingly.

      ETA: It’s like buying a Chanel fanny pack.

      • Carleenml

        same thing happens with food. see: short ribs.

        • Thomas

          Or people like Shailene Woodley who pay good money to eat clay. I have plenty in my back yard. I should start charging.

        • MilaXX

          or kale.

          • demidaemon

            My mom is super anti kale, as a former deli lady who used it only as decoration on deli trays. “It’s not for eating; it’s just there to make stuff look pretty.” I also had kale stuffing at Thanksgiving with my brother and SIL; wasn’t that impressed.

          • kimmeister

            I love kale! Particularly in soups though.

          • demidaemon

            It’s not bad; it just has become one of those trendy foods. They even did a spot on it for a Top Chef challenge of trendy foods that the Food and Wine editor had become sick of (to redo them in a new way).

          • Jackie4g

            OK in soups. But straight, it’s really problematical.

          • martha

            Make a dressing of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil. Put it on raw kale & sprinkle sesame seeds on top.

          • Alloy Jane

            Oooh, I made soup the other day with kale and spinach. It was soooooo good and so pretty I took a picture.

          • MilaXX

            I grew up eating kale, collards, cabbage, spinach and probably every green leafy you can name. This sudden kale explosion is just comical to me.

          • demidaemon

            See my comment to kimmeister and you’ll see I agree.

          • You just gave me a hardcore craving for mustard greens.

          • MilaXX

            chile! I’m craving my grand’s cabbage & collards recipe. have to go to the produce market tom.

          • formerlyAnon

            Yum. I wilt ’em with garlic and vinegar. Or chipotle tabasco. Not my parents’ home cooking but sooo good. See also: things to eat with potatoes.

          • KinoEye

            Cracks up my mom, too, since she’s been a green leafy fan since childhood — the kind of kid who would go for seconds on salad instead of dessert. She also remembers the last time kale was The Thing. Funny how circular trends can be, even with food.

          • formerlyAnon

            We also ate All the Greens, especially cabbage (Irish) but were exempted from kale because my dad had been scarred by kale cooked the poor-people Irish home cooking way (e.g.: boil & serve without seasoning, except salt & possibly a bit of bacon) and was revolted by the smell of it cooking. Had no problem with boiled cabbage, though, oddly enough.

          • Alloy Jane

            I remember going to restaurants as a teen and kale was used as garnish there too. It was like getting a free salad because when my family went out, there were usually at least a dozen of us and I demanded everyone give me their kale. I don’t know what kale stuffing is, but kale is delicious with mushrooms and touch of sesame oil. My family eats a lot of asian food so I’ve been eating nonconventional vegetables for much of my life. Can’t wait for the gai-lan craze to hit so I don’t have to travel 20 miles for a bunch.

          • demidaemon

            That’s kind of cool. I really shouldn’t be getting down on kale because that wasn’t the worst part of it. The worst part is that my SIL used the giblets for the stuffing, so you’d keep getting gristly unidentifiable bits of meat with the kale (which was cooked mostly beyond recognition).

          • Jackie4g

            Yeah, what is with kale on or in everything? I know it’s good for you but in order to make it palatable, you need to add bacon grease, and then, where are you?

          • MilaXX

            No you don’t. I don’t eat bacon much less bacon grease.

          • Jackie4g

            It was a joke. Sorry.

          • MilaXX

            my bad. I missed the joke. Sorry for being a grumpy vegetarian

          • Jackie4g

            No worries.

      • marlie

        Same goes for Carhartt and Timberlands. Way back in the day, my dad (a contractor) was the only person who would even consider wearing them.
        ETA: Not necessarily “downscale,” but definitely not trendy or fashionable. They’re purely utilitarian (as are overalls).

        • cocohall

          I grew up in Seattle. My dad spent his weekends in decrepit jeans, plaid flannel shirts, sweatshirts and wool knit caps. This tragic state of fashion affairs later became celebrated as grunge – until then it was just Boeing engineer puttering in the garage on the weekend. Go Dads everywhere!

    • Anna

      Last fall, a friend and I were joking about seeing our old clothes available in stores again. What did we see in the window of TopShop? Acid wash overalls.

    • FibonacciSequins

      I love overalls so this is good news for me.

      • Nicole

        On a random sidenote, I love your handle!!! Nerdy math jokes + fashion unite!

        • FibonacciSequins

          Ha, thanks! I swiped it from the Power Puff Girls. 🙂

  • KateShouldBeWorking

    Lumberjack fetish boots.

  • Audrey Lee

    Those shoes are fuuuuug. Dig the bag though.

  • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

    Such is the power of Gwen that she can make overalls work in the twenty first century.

  • rhône

    i love the hell out of her hair and makeup, the outfit is totally something i would wear (i’ve been meaning to pick up a pair of overalls) but i HATE the bag and the shoes. are the shoes supposed to be like timberland boots-as-stripper heels? girl bye

  • Kent Roby

    “God is her wind machine”; that says it all. She is one cool sexy mama.

  • Grumpy Girl

    Absolutely none of this, except the glasses, is something I would gravitate to, or look at and think “hell yeah”; but they look together and right on her.

    • Sophie

      I’d take the jumper – if it didn’t have “Tribe” written on it. So yes, what you said. As long as you don’t look too long towards the horrifying shoes.

  • HomeOfficeGirl

    She is the innovator of this “style” whatever you want to call it – it’s “Gwen” so she makes it totally authentic and pretty much completely WRONG for everyone else. I know no one else in the real world or celebrity world who could pull those shoes off. I think a big reason is that here hair and make up are always, ALWAYS on point.

  • annmartina

    Until her knee gets caught in one of those straps and down she goes. Crap, I just sounded like a mom.

  • Danielle

    The shoes wound my wretched soul.

    • kimmeister

      My soul is fine, but I think I just got eye cancer from looking at them.

  • withbreaththatisbated

    Not crazy about the shoes, but the rest is awesome. I love this chick, even though I know close to nothing about her. That second to last picture officially put her on my girl-crush list!

    • BayTampaBay

      Is she doing anything now or just riding the high tide of fame from former efforts.

  • Anna

    Ah overalls (and the wearing of the straps in really silly ways), are officially back. At least she didn’t wear it in the dumbassy (aka the way my friends and I wore it in junior high) way with the one strap, but I have a feeling even she’d find a way to make that look cool. Love the glasses.

  • jilly_d

    She is the only woman in the galaxy who can wear those overalls like an apron and not look like a complete smacked ass.

  • lynnlee

    The overalls are dum and those shoes are beyond ugly- but otherwise she looks great.

    • BayTampaBay

      True, but the ugly shoes do look great with dumb overalls.

  • SewingSiren

    Okay Gwen, if you say so.

  • marlie

    She looks adorable. And totally like herself. I covet that purse, but the shoes are hiddy.

  • Anna Vasquez

    You can tell it’s casual because the five-inch heels have laces and her perfectly-applied lipstick is only a dark brick red, instead of bright scarlet. Nuances, people, nuances.

    • kimmeister

      Not just any laces; thick laces that look they were stolen from LA Gear shoes in the late 80’s.

      • Anna Vasquez

        LA GEAR
        ::mind flashes back to childhood::

  • smayper

    The shoes made me giggle, like a good joke does — the unexpected punch line. I would never wear them, but I love them for that quality.

  • hughman

    I have a “friend” who wore oversize overalls to a Madonna concert at Madison Square Garden around 1990ish and my “friend” thought he was the shit. Unfortunately my “friend” didn’t realize anyone could look down the open sides and see his jiggly bits when my “friend” got all coked up and was dancing like he invented epilepsy.

    • Thomas

      Sounds like your “friend” had quite the blonde moment at the Blonde Ambition Tour haha You’ve lived quite the life there, Hughman.

    • Had the same experience at a Nirvana concert in 1992. I was wearing underwear and on downers, but still.

    • decormaven

      Gives new meaning to “Holiday! Celebrate!”

    • alyce1213

      Good thing we didn’t do selfies, I mean “friendies,” on Instagram back then, huh?

    • MilaXX

      I LOVE your posts! Even when they make me belly laugh insanely in the middle of Starbucks.

      • Jackie4g

        He’ll do that to an unsuspecting reader.

    • Jackie4g

      The question is – do you still hang out? Because “friend” might not be the operative term.

      • Thomas

        I think he’s stuck with him lol

    • formerlyAnon

      Wow, “dancing like he invented epilepsy” is worth the price of admission all on its own! Even if we were paying admission!

  • imspinningaround

    I give her mad credit for always, ALWAYS wearing her own brand of shoes. (Of course her line is carried at Neiman Marcus and Saks, so it’s not like it’s J.Lo for Kohl’s, but still.)

    • holla

      She weares her own line of stuff a lot. Almost as if she designed for herself.

    • BayTampaBay

      ShoeDazzle carries her line too.

  • Shannon Long

    I always love seeing what she wears, her personal style is exceedingly well defined.

  • Imasewsure

    Gwen is like RiRi in the natural style department. Unfortunately Reese and TayTay will never have that… There’s no bad ass in either of them although I thoroughly enjoy watching their parking lot pole dances anyway

  • Laurie Bergman

    I dislike every individual clothing ingredient here, but with her grooming and those glasses, I can’t deny that she is owning this as a look.

  • She always manages to look great while wearing the most hideous shoes imaginable. It’s like someone took a hacksaw to a pair of rentable roller skates from the local rink.. The bag is cute, though. She never misses an opportunity to rep her own lines.

  • MilaXX

    I love here. This gal has got style. She makes the silliest pieces look chic. If I saw those shoes in the store, I’d laugh hysterically at the mere thought of someone wearing them. On Gwen this is what’s known as causal Wednesday.

  • Janet B

    These photos reinforce my thought: she only goes out when her hair looks perfect.

  • Emily Giovanni

    I dislike everything she is wearing, but she is so amazingly fabulous that I still love the whole ensemble on her. If Miley tried it I would be gagging.

    • Emily Giovanni

      except I like the purse.

    • MilaXX

      Miley lacks the skill of Gwen or a Rhianna to pair seemingly random pieces together and look chic. When Miley tries she just looks silly.

  • clatie

    those shoes are an abomination.

  • mjude

    the shoes, not a fan but I do adore Gwen

  • FibonacciSequins

    Girl knows how to put together an outfit better than just about anybody.

  • Gatto Nero

    Hate the shoes, but she makes it all work. Who else could get away with wearing an overall — like that?

  • Frecks

    I saved up odd job and gift money for MONTHS to buy myself a pair of acid-washed Guess overalls in 1992. I was eleven. I am thirty-three now. I am not sure I have ever subsequently loved a garment as intensely, to date. I felt like I was the coolest kid in Akron, Ohio every time I wore them. (I promise, I was not.)

    I am wondering if that’s why I love Gwyn in this look so much?

    That and those Tom Ford frames are EVERYTHING.

    • FibonacciSequins

      I still fondly remember my 70s white painter’s overalls, and I love Gwen in this look.

      • Mr. J.

        In the 70s I wore white painter’s overalls to discos, thinking they produce hot results. Alas. But I still love those overalls.

        • BayTampaBay

          Glad to know there is someone my age hanging here that remembers the 70s.

          • formerlyAnon

            There are more than a few of us.

    • Thomas

      How did you know the glasses are Tom Ford?

      • Frecks

        The silver “T” detail at the temples of her frames is a Tom Ford signature; I have a pair of his frames just like these, with the same “T” detail.

        • Thomas

          Oh… You learn something new every day. Thanks!

    • Alloy Jane

      For me it was the late 90s. I was 19 and I had not one but TWO items I loved to pieces that received much attention. First was a pair of blue & white striped dickies overalls that had people calling me an engineer. The second was a pair of primary red dickies coveralls that really hit folks hard in the funny bone. I did not care. I threatened them with violence and reminded them that all I had to do was take off my bloodied coveralls and burn them along with the body. Ah youth! So fearless, so tasteless, lol.

  • giddypony

    I could not hate those shoes more. Orthopedic heels like Miss Jane from the Beverley HIllbillies would wear, with the toe sawed off because she inherited them and they were a little too small.

  • kerryev

    On top of the fact that she can make moderately goofy stuff look good, she also looks about 25 in the bulk of these shots. Sigh.

  • msdamselfly

    SO obvious that she’s advertising her own brand of handbag and shoes

    • MilaXX

      As least she looks good doing so. I cringe every time I see one of the Olsen’s carrying one of their overpriced bags with what ever 3 sizes too big couture they re wearing.

  • alyce1213

    How can she wear nothing I like — not the shoes, nor the flap-down overalls, nor the bag — and still look so fabulous?
    Dark magic.

    • BLauDGaspode

      It’s maddening!

  • Miss wks

    From the front those shoes look like the Arizona ankle brace my 91 year-old mother wears…..

  • Julie Ree

    This is how you carry a bag ladies!

  • capes and cowls

    She doesn’t look a day past 23

  • Diane Iafrate

    She’s so cool

  • Swiftlytiltingplanet

    Shoes are hiddy. But I want that bag…

  • LOVE the bag, but those shoes look like the orthopedic ankle brace you have to wear when you sprain your ankle.

  • KT

    Love her. I WANT those glasses!!!!!

    • PumpkintheCat

      Me too! So hard to ID them though…

    • PumpkintheCat

      Oops, should have read the earlier comments. Tom Ford.

  • anotherkate

    GUYS I just want to be her. If I were to put on such overalls I would look…less chic, is putting it mildly. Love the sweater and glasses, though. And the bag and shoes are smokin’–is this a new line for her?

  • snarkykitten

    I want that bag like yesterday.

  • Raymond Dnomyar


  • I covet that purse.

  • krystinamarie

    In that second pic, I think she may “Hollaback Girl” playing in her head. Or at least that’s what I’m telling myself. Sing it in your head and look at the pic, it totally works!

  • I’m somehow unable to focus on her clothes… Her face is so cute and perfect!


  • nannypoo

    I would hate this on anyone else, but she looks fabulous.

  • frannyprof

    I will never understand he peep-toe bootie trens. But I love that bag.

  • Gloriana Reginata

    I’ll be contrary to the trend: wearing dungarees is bad enough, but leaving the bodice flapping around your thighs like a bondage apron is plain daft.

  • Jacob Bowen

    Even though the shoes remind me of roller skates from the roller rink I still like them, and I LOVE that bag…like give it to me NOW!

    • Kitten Mittons

      That is exactly what they are, roller skate shoes.

  • Trickytrisha

    Apparently God is her aesthetician as well. That skin is breathtaking.

  • stubbornthoughts

    I love her now, then, and always.

  • Shalhevet

    Want the bag. Want the bag. WANT THE BAG.

  • GeoDiva

    Total respect that she wears at least one piece that is from her lines all the time. When was the last time you saw JLo in something from Kohl’s or the K Klan in their Sears clothes?

  • Yeah. She’s got this indeed.

  • Alloy Jane

    From the waist up, I love it. From the waist down, it’s a “No” from me. Honestly, those shoes are pure fug and not even Gwen can elevate them from their place at the bottom of the pit in an overflowing outhouse.

  • crash1212

    Love it. Love that bag!

  • I want that sweater and those overalls!

  • Judih1

    Work it Gwen. I like her. And she is pretty consistently good – not a Tilda or a Lupita, but close runner up

  • AutumnInNY

    Stunning and effortless. Go Gwen.

  • PinkyK

    She’s adorable!

  • elemspbee

    She’s damn cool, and hot all at the same time!

  • RescueMe23

    I’d burn those shoes..

  • Alyssa

    That purse is amazing!!! The rest is totally Gwen.

  • Jaeda Laurez

    I love the Tribe sweater, and the specs. I love the fact that she wears her own stuff, and it looks great on her.

  • Mothra

    I wonder what is in her purse.

    • formerlyAnon

      YES! It can replace “Who are you wearing?” And maybe it can become a Thing that networks cut deals with some celebs so that they let the camera actually show us what’s in their tiny little clutches.

  • MaggieMae

    I don’t always love what she’s wearing, but I applaud her for having style and a “look” that is well-executed.

  • TerryMH

    “You’ve got style. That’s what all the girls say.” Madonna should watch and learn.

  • Tracy_Flick

    Effortless and natural, huh? Don’t know about that.

  • Tami from Seattle

    Oh god, those shoes *unsmileyface*

  • AthenaJ

    Gah, she’s so cool… pretty much makes anything work. Jealous? ME? Well ok a bit….
    Btw, did anyone else first assume that the new Iggy Azalea song was done by her??

  • SportifLateBoomer

    That bag is only $60!!! WANTWANTWANT. Love a good pop of color. Don’t think I could pull off the shooties. I last wore overalls in college in the late ’70s as the trailing vestiges of the hippie movement. And you know what they say, if you’re old enough to have worn it the first time around…

  • formerlyAnon

    Even were those hanging down overalls not-silly to the eye, she’d be too old for such a trend. Yet somehow . . . Gwen makes it work. I give a lot of credit to the purse. The shoes are silly.

  • suzq

    Gorgeous bag. Well done, Gwen!

  • Shaeyjosan

    hate the shoes, hate the hanging down bib. Then again after looking at the model with the bib up, it IS an improvement. She does carry it off with verve however and for that I give her props


    Wool sweater in LA in July?

  • Fannie Wolston

    Skin lips and nails are flawless as usual, but would we ever recognize Gwen au naturale?

  • largishbearishAtlish

    oh F’ it…she just makes me smile. There. I said it.

  • H2olovngrl

    Every time I see her I am reminded of my brother when he used to hang out with her brother a long time ago, and how he said she was NOT a girl you looked at. Apparently she was a bit of an awkward teenager with unfortunate skin. But by God, look at her now. She looks amazing every time I see her and I am pretty sure my brother is still kicking himself.

  • Elizabeth Hille Cribbs

    Can anyone tell me what lipstick she’s wearing, and what shade that is? I want that color in the worst way…