Style File: Daisy Ridley Ramps Up for the Star Wars Poledance

Posted on November 29, 2017

It’s interesting to take a look at how Miss Daisy dresses for this upcoming Star Wars promotional tour, since it’ll be her second time on that particular merry-go-round and presumably she’s learned a few things since. Looking at these two ensembles, however, it looks to us like she’s sticking pretty closely to what we assume to be her preferences: unfussy looks in neutral colors.


Daisy Ridley makes an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” at Rockefeller Center in New York City in Ulla Johnson.

Fortunately, she’s got a good record for picking looks in this range that really look great on her. This, for instance, is no great shakes from, say, an impact perspective. Aside from the missing shoulder, it’s fairly nondescript and un-telegenic. But we can’t deny it looks great on her; due in no small part, we think, because she appears to be supremely confident and comfortable in it. We’re not sure about whatever all that volume is on the other shoulder, and we think the footwear could’ve been a lot more interesting, but whatevs. It works.



Daisy Ridley makes an appearance on “Good Morning America” at Rockefeller Center in New York City in Gabriela Hearst.

We’ve seen so many plaid ladysuits in the past year, we’d almost mistake this look for being kind of generic, but the subtle blue and pink color story is really pretty. And the shoes make a surprisingly on-point choice. Plus the tailoring is pretty impeccable. Our only quibble is the visible bra, but it’s not remotely a deal-breaker. She nailed this one, for the most part.





Style Credits:
First Look: Ulla Johnson ‘Tess’ Black One-shoulder Velvet Jumpsuit | Fred Leighton Jewelry | Olgana Paris Shoes
Second Look:  Gabriela Hearst Angela Plaid Blazer and Vesta Plaid Trousers from the Resort 2018 Collection | Anita Ko Jewelry | Christian Louboutin Shoes

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, Andrew Lipovsky/NBC,,]

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