We were actually discussing this group last night, wondering if the film’s promo tour was over already or they’d just suspended it during the Oscars. Yes, these are the daily discussions Chez T Lo. ‘Tis a silly place.
Storm Reid in Self-Portrait
She and her team are doing an amazing job of sticking to youthful and appropriate looks for her, while giving them fun, fashionable or even slightly edgy twists. The dress is pretty, but the hair and the booties are what really pull this look together.
Millie Bobby Brown’s team: take notes.
Miss Oprah’s back to dressing for brunch. We doubt she was handing them out to the crowd, but this looks like an outfit for hugging.
Love the skirt, but we don’t think a ribbed sweater is the best topper for it.
Mindy Kaling in Jill Stuart
She doesn’t seem to love the position of that slit. We don’t blame her. It looks like a fairly comfy look otherwise. We don’t love the sleeves, but they add some whimsy and interest to it. Her hair and makeup look fantastic.
Reese Witherspoon in Co
She took her Country Club aesthetic and glammed it up slightly. This is surprisingly great look for her. The silver pumps were an inspired choice.
Ava DuVernay in Vitor Zerbinato
We’ve gotta say, this lady’s got a knack. Mentally erasing her from the picture, we can see that this dress is … not so great. The ruffled collar, pearls, and waistbow are all a bit much. We can see it as a sort of homage to the whimsical costumes of the Mrs. W characters in the film, but that doesn’t make it a great design.
But like we said, she’s got a knack. She looks great. We know that makes no sense: we hate the dress but she looks great. What can we say? Style is more than the sum of its parts.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Narciso Rodriguez
It seems like an odd choice for what is essentially a children’s movie, but we actually really love the hard minimalism of the look. It’s dark and sexy, but also very underplayed, which somehow makes it more interesting.
More pics of happy people looking cute, just because:
[Photo Credit: Getty Images for O, Oprah Magazine]