Somebody tried to do some clever pairing here, but we question whether it works.
Miranda Cosgrove attends CBS’ Teacher’s Rock Special Live Concert Press Room in Los Angeles, California in Juicy Couture plaid sleeveless top with a black leather circle skirt by Carven. Shoes by Sergio Rossi. Bangles by Loree Rodkin.
Juicy Couture Eton Plaid Top
At first glance, we were all “Ooooh. Edgy schoolgirl!” Sure, it’s not the most original persona to try on (although it’s perfect for an event called “Teachers Rock!” we suppose), but we liked what we were seeing here so we took a closer look. It almost works. We really love that top and we like the idea of pairing it with a leather skirt to give it some bite. But that top is simply too long for that style of skirt and it looks a little awkward. The proportions are off. You could take an inch or two off the bottom and it would be fine with this skirt, or you could wear it as is with a pencil skirt; either option would look better than this. Other random bitches: too much gold jewelry and gold accents. Clearly, someone though the gold in the collar needed to be followed through on, but those shoes belong with a totally different outfit and jewelry-wise, we think she missed an opportunity to bring some fun and edge to the look. A decent attempt all around, and she’s perfectly suited for the type of look, but as always, the details were fumbled.
IN! What are you TALKING about? She looks great!
OUT! For the very reasons you have elucidated, T Lo!
Sarah Gadon’s First Lady outfit was deemed a little too understated by the PUFs, who voted it OUT.
[Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, juicycouture.com]
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