Style Profile: Katie Holmes is All Over the Place – Literally and Stylistically

Posted on March 30, 2017

Miss Lady’s got a that Kennedy project to promote, and in a year when Natalie Portman basically shut down any and all attempts to do a Jackie impersonation again any time soon, she’s got her work cut out for her. Hence, the aggressive poledancing, and also the somewhat weird but attention-seeking style choices.

Let’s go to the tape, shall we? So to speak.

 

Katie Holmes backstage at “Good Morning America” in New York City in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.

Newp.

It’s fucked-up petticoats. Next!

 

Katie Holmes backstage at “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” in New York City in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.

Girl, we guess so. We’re not feeling this white kick you’re on. We’re glad this doesn’t look like undergarments, but we can’t help thinking it looks a little like a First Holy Communion dress.

We really don’t like that overlay on the skirt. Or the sleeves. Get off the white kick, Katie.

 

Katie Holmes at “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” in New York City in Zac Posen.

Thank you. Although we like this dress a bit less the more we look at it. The colors are pretty, but it’s kind of a muddy print and the fabric doesn’t look particularly rich. The bodice and skirt are both more voluminous than she can handle, making the dress look like it’s swallowing her whole. Not real crazy about that neckline/sleeve combo. In fact, we think we may have just talked ourselves into hating this dress.

And girl? GET YOURSELF ANOTHER PAIR OF SHOES. You’ve been wearing those tourniquets to all of your appearances lately. We don’t mind the repetitiveness, but they’re just not good enough to make them your go-to.

 

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Dress from the Spring 2017 Collection | Tamara Mellon Sandals
Second Look: Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Lace Dress from the Pre-Fall 2017 Collection | Tamara Mellon Sandals
Third Look: Zac Posen Dress | Tamara Mellon Sandals

[Photo Credit: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC, Joey Andrew/startraksphoto.com, Michael Simon/startraksphoto.com, Courtesy of Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Courtesy of Zac Posen, IMAXTree]

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