Style Double Shot: Felicity Jones in Dior and Prada

Posted on February 04, 2015

Darlings, these little attention hogs are going out so often, in so many borrowed outfits, that we can’t even keep up with it all. There simply aren’t enough hours in the day to judge everyone for everything, alas. The best we can do is judge as many as we can, as many times as we can. Onward. For Justice. And AMERICA.

Felicity-Jones-2015-Academy-Awards-Nominee-Luncheon-Oscars-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Christian-Dior-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)“The Theory of Everything” actress Felicity Jones attends the 2015 Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon in Beverly Hills, California in a Christian Dior look paired with Jimmy Choo shoes.

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We do SO love this period in celebrity style; that brief time in the middle of awards season where all the “B” outfits have already been worn and the “A” outfits have been put aside for grander events. You know what that means? “C”, “D”, and even “E” getups.

We’d rate this somewhere between “C” and “D” on the scale. It’s bad, but it could be a lot worse.

Oh, wait. No it can’t. She’s wearing a factory-green leather jumper over a sequinned sweater from the Golden Girls collection. Not only does it look bad, it really doesn’t even make much sense.

Next up, a solid “B.”

 

Felicity-Jones-2015-Movies-Grownups-Awards-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Prada-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)“The Theory of Everything” actress Felicity Jones attends the 2015 Movies For Grownups Awards Gala in Beverly Hills, California in Prada.

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Sure, it’s kind of a mess, but it’s a PRADA mess, darlings; which means that instead of looking like something home-sewn by a crazy person, we’re supposed to see it as something chic and saucy.

But honestly, it’s not that bad. Sure, we’re grading on a curve, like we always do, but in terms of initial impact, we see a relatively simple black dress that doesn’t look bad on her. It’s only when you look at it for longer than a minute that you start entertaining horrifying visions of blind people forced to sew against their will.

 

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images, Christian Dior]

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