Kristen Stewart’s Tip-and-Toe Style at the “American Pastoral” MoMA Screening

Posted on October 20, 2016

Kristen Stewart attends a screening of “American Pastoral” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

 

What is “Tip and Toe” style, you ask?

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It’s when you let your hair, makeup and shoes do all the work of turning your outfit into something worth looking at. Kristen is the master at it, mainly because she can handle a ton of slap and the most uncomfortable heels imaginable at the same time.

This is all working just fine with us as a pretty much perfect iteration of Cool Girl style. It’s all sold by attitude, which she’s got in spades. The shoes, if we’re being honest, are a little ugly, but they’re well chosen in the sense that they have a distinct design and almost architectural feel that helps to elevate the other pieces in the look considerably. We only wish she’d finished the look of with a slightly formal-looking clutch to really bump things up.

Yes, we get that she’s wearing an undershirt and ripped pants on the RC, but we maintain she’s got the look, the attitude and the styling chops to make them work.

And her head really does look punk-lite fabulous.

 

 

Style Credits:
Sandro Black ‘Verica’Jacket
Mother Denim ‘The Looker Ankle Fray‘ Jeans
Rodarte Embossed Navy Lizard Leather Lace Up Heels

[Photo Credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images, modaoperandi.com]

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