Style Double Shot: The Two Sides of Nicole Kidman

Posted on November 15, 2016


Are she and Amy Adams coordinating? Is there some sort of message being sent with this whole light and dark thing? Is it a Jedi thing? Help us read the red carpet tea leaves, darlings.


Nicole Kidman attends the premiere of “Lion” during AFI FEST 2016 held at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Los Angeles, California in Francesco Scognamiglio.





It’s okay. Take a moment to let your eyes adjust. It’s all so blinding that the details need some time to settle on our retinas.

Okay, now that we’ve seen it: Yuck. At first blinding glance, we thought it was a pretty enough dress, but one that was far too washed-out for Miss Pale Rider here. But once we noticed that sheer boob swag, which strikes us as one of the most pointless design elements we’ve seen in a while, we’ve moved over into actively hating this dress. What an irritating thing to do to a basic nightgown with delusions of grandeur.

For the last year we’ve been imploring Miss Nic to explore her darker, Disney Witch glam side, but …


Nicole Kidman attends the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 8th annual Governors Awards held at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, California in Christopher Kane.




This is not what we meant.

2016 is the year designers either stamped silly whimsical crap all over dresses or they designed dresses that cut up the female body in highly unflattering ways. Both trends can die now, please and thank you.



Style Credits:
First Look: Francesco Scognamiglio Bead Embellished Cold Shoulder Midi Dress with Floral Lamé and Jewel Detailing from the Spring 2017 Collection
Second Look: Christopher Kane Pleated Lamé Long Dress with an Illusion Plunging Neckline from the Spring 2017 Collection | Francesco Russo Sandals

[Photo Credit: John Rasimus/PacificCoastNews, Jesse Grant/Getty Images,, Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images, IMAXTree]

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