It’s not perfect, but for once, her contractually obligated Dior isn’t a disaster.
The quilting can’t help but make it look like a bedspread, but from a certain distance, the color and shape really work for her. She can keep the dress. The shoes, on the other hand, need to be thrown into a volcano, because there’s no way they can work on any woman who plans on standing or walking while wearing them. She’s sliding right the hell out of those things, causing the dual benefit of making both the shoes and her feet look bad and distracting in pictures. Grippin’ toes are never pretty.
Love the hair, but the makeup’s pretty weird.
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