We think the jumpsuit has become the de rigueur talk show outfit for ladystars. And we think that venue is pretty much the only one that calls for what a jumpsuit offers while ignoring the drawbacks to wearing one. In short: you don’t have to wear it in a car, you only have to look good for 30 minutes tops, and you can just take it off after that if you have to pee because you’re done for the day. It’s a lot easier to use them for that purpose than attending an hours-long premiere event in one.
This certainly gets the job done for her, but given how much she’s crossing her arms in front of her, it seems kind of clear she’s not entirely comfortable in that sheer top.
It’s a just-okay look from a style perspective. The ruffles on the top part aren’t worth the fussiness they bring to the look. And we sure wish we understood why so many ladystars are dressing for a funeral at the height of spring. It’s just a mass of black on that set, empty of details.
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