Style File: Meryl Streep Goes Full-On Promo Tour in Gucci and Alexander McQueen

Posted on January 11, 2018

You can always tell when Aunt Meryl’s got something worth rewarding on the table. She goes high-style all of a sudden (and only for a very brief period). And typical of her, she never gets talked into doing it any other way but the way she’d prefer.

These two looks tend to represent the full gamut of Meryl in poledance mode: one look is sleek and pared down; the other is fussy to a slightly absurd extent. Let’s start with the latter:


Meryl Streep makes an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to promote her new movie “The Post” in Los Angeles in Gucci.

She’s sticking to pants and eschewing colors, like she usually does – although we wonder if the preponderance of black means the #TimesUp dress blackout is an ongoing thing for some women. We like this look for her. It makes us smile. And it’s just so her to pick a look with one element that probably goes a bit too far in the design. It’s practically a trademark of her style.

But when it’s time to hit the red carpet, she takes her preferences in a more formal direction:



Meryl Streep attends “The Post” European Premiere in London in Alexander McQueen.

What could we possibly say against this look? There isn’t a thing wrong with it – except the crooked glasses. But they’re just so Meryl.




Style Credits:
First Look: Gucci Ruffle Blouse | Bulgari Jewelry
Second Look: Alexander McQueen from the Fall 2017 Collection | Lorraine Schwartz Grey Jade and Diamond Earrings | Alexandre Birman Shoes

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, ABC/Randy Holmes]



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