January Jones Serves up Prince-Style Velvet Fierceness at the “Nocturnal Animals” Screening

Posted on November 13, 2016

 

We have only two minor issues on the styling of this look. Everything else is, if not flawless, pretty damn fabulously chic.

 

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Clearly, Miss January has been hanging on our every word of style advice lately and realized that she needed to get herself a velvet jacket. Good call, girl. Like we said, it’s an incredibly versatile garment that can go in all sorts of fun directions. Miss J chose the sexy-fierce direction and it’s working out quite well for her.

Love the ponytail and the severity of the hair, which works well with her face and the rest of the look. ADORE the jacket, which is rendered in a gorgeous shade of blue. We get why she left it unbuttoned, in order to show off the jumpsuit she’s got on underneath, but we really wish she’d buttoned it up for pictures. We also think a stronger lip was called for her. We can understand a relatively clean face with that kind of hair, but we think she needed a bit of color in that area.

Incidentally and for the record, if you’ve heard us railing against wide plunging necklines all year and wondered if we had gotten particularly prudish lately, allow us to disabuse you of that notion by pointing out that the proportions on this neckline, for January, are pretty much perfect. It’s not the plunge that annoys us 9 times out 10, it’s the width.

 

Style Credits:
Tom Ford Blue Velvet Jacket

[Photo Credit: PacificCoastNews]

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