Mary Louise, you nailed this one.
In most ways, this is the quintessential Meryl promotional look: easy to wear, with slightly fussy details and a vaguely boho feel to it. It’s the kind of outfit that could be easily replicated with discount retail items, which is why we tend to think Meryl would be dressing exactly this way at this stage in her life if she was some unknown theater school professor. We think the flare of the pants and those ever-present suede boots of hers could be improved upon to make for a more picture-ready look, but this is still a pretty great look – made more so because we know it’s how she wants to dress for real.
Erdem ‘Isabelle’ Silk-voile Floral-print Blouse
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, matchesfashion.com]
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