In or Out: Sandra Bullock in Lanvin

Posted on August 03, 2011

T Lo favorite – we’ve always just kinda liked the gal, despite her off-puttingly colorful private life (the whole Nazi husband thing) and a history of making movies we’d rather die than see (20 minutes of that Blind Side movie and we were out) – Sandy Bullock did a solid for her fuckbuddy Ryan Reynolds and attended the premiere of yet another of his released-every-ten-days movies. Let’s form a circle and state our opinions. Please wait until you’re holding the Opinion Stick to speak.

Sandra Bullock at the premiere of  “The Change-Up” in Los Angeles in a Lanvin jumpsuit with an Adeler chain link bracelet and a Le Vian yellow gold pinky ring with brown diamonds.

Lanvin Fall 2010 Collection/Model: Anastasia Kuznetsova (NEXT)

Adeler 18 K Gold Handmade Chain Link Bracelet

This could be kind of fun, but we’re getting a sort of “Olivia Newton-John at the end of Grease” crossed with Peg Bundy vibe off of it and we don’t think that’s a vibe working in Sandy’s favor. To our eyes, the problem is in the styling. Someone like Sandra Bullock can, against all reason and common sense, make a strapless jumpsuit work, but it’s all going to come down to what you pair it with. We don’t love the shoes, for one. We like the arm jewelry, but we’re thinking something statement-making around the neck would be a better use of her real estate. We also think she needs a belt. Basically, we’re advising her to look to the runway, but we’d never suggest she copy the look exactly; just that a belt, kickass shoes and a look-at-me necklace really do complete the look.


IN! She looks chic and dramatic!

OUT! Sandy my darling, you hurt me real bad.

Miss Jennifer Hudson got a big ol’ OUT for her dirty dishtowel dress and Mr. Dominic Cooper is still awaiting the verdict on his powder blue pants. Make sure you’re on the jury for that one, darlings.


[Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images,]

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