Style File: Sofia Vergara Is Having Herself a Week

Posted on September 28, 2017

If there’s one thing Miss Sofia LOVES to do, it’s spending a little time on the publicity carousel. Girlfriend never turns down a chance to aggressively poledance for her work. Even if the style results are all a little expected, bless her heart.


Sofia Vergara on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” in Dolce&Gabbana (second look).

Of course she has cute “going in” and “coming out” looks for her talk show appearances. Would you expect any less from her? This is kind of cute, but those sheer sleeves look a little silly and those shoes look incredibly painful. Honey, no need to ruin your arches for a pair of jeans.


But hey, at least she brought two pairs of painful-looking shoes for the night. Now that’s what we call planning. This look is fine. They’re all fine. She’s got a thing and she sticks really closely to it. It’s good branding, if not great style. And at least she’s toned down all the coochy-coo dresses and mermaid skirts she was stuck in for so long.

Hate the straps, though.


Sofia Vergara at BUILD Series in Michael Kors Collection and Dolce&Gabbana.

Look at her. She’s SO in her element. Or she’s very good at faking it.

We’ve never seen anyone show up with two outfits to wear to a BUILD Series event, let alone two outfits that are so similar to each other. We love the first one, but the second one looks like its uglier, slightly tackier knockoff. That strip of lace in the skirt is silly and unnecessary.


Sofia Vergara on “Good Morning America.”

Again: it’s all very expected and on-brand for her. We haven’t really loved the trend toward white linings under black lace, but for some reason – probably having to do with the scale of the lace design – this doesn’t bother us. In fact, it’s probably our favorite look out of this roundup.



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