Well check her shit out. Someone’s stepping up her style game.
It only makes sense, after all. She has a history of poor red carpetry (although she’s improved some in recent years), but she’s sitting down in Queen Joan’s chair when Fashion Police returns and she’s smart enough to know she better walk the walk if she wants to talk the smack.
But this is only “good.” It’s an improvement and it shows a level of polish that signifies an upping of her game, but the design is only so-so. Not that we would expect her to be trendy or youthful in her style, but there’s something a little borderline matronly about the look. She could’ve done with a higher hem and a much more modern necklace. And the shoes are borderline hooker. And we wish her hair queen would figure out something for her other than that horrid set of clip-on bangs.
We’re looking forward to see what they do with Fashion Police. It’s a shame they got rid of George and put Brad Goreski in his spot. There’s going to be way too much jockeying for the spotlight now and Kathy’s not as good at slapping that kind of behavior down as Joan was. We want it to succeed, though. How could we not? There’s so little actual discussion of fashion on TV that we’ll take what we can get, even if we suspect more than a few of the jokes and observations over the years have been lifted from this and other celeb-style sights like the Fug Girls.
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