Style File: Charlize Theron Makes the Rounds in New York

Posted on May 04, 2018

We have to give Miss Charlize some credit here. She still manages to surprise us with some of her style choices. Usually, we pride ourselves on our ability to nail down a celebrity’s public style to a few choice phrases, but she remains one of the most difficult to peg. Sometimes she’s all Silver Screen Siren, sometimes she’s a little bit Rocker Chic, sometimes she even pulls off Indie Film Princess.

Mind you, she doesn’t always get these looks right. But at least she experiments and keeps bitches like us on our toes.

 

Charlize Theron makes an appearance on “The Late Show with Steohen Colbert” in NYC.


This one’s a bit of a head-scratcher. The dress is okay, but the design looks odder the longer we take it in. That heavy yoke doesn’t seem to have much to do with the rest of the design. Plus the overall floatiness and lightweight sleeves don’t marry well with the black tights. There’s a pretty, sparkly, lightweight mini-dress being overwhelmed by a yoke up top and unnecessary tights on the bottom.

And now, for a hard left turn:

 

Charlize Theron attends screening of “Tully” in New York City in Dior.


Didn’t see that one coming, did you?

We want to like this, if for no other reason than it’s different and it’s got some attitude to it. The t-shirt is great and we’re pretty sure the skirt works with it, more or less. But the boots are a bit much and the dinner jacket makes no sense with the rest of it. It looks like what it is: a bunch of very expensive pieces of the latest high fashion trying to come off like something thrown together from vintage pieces.

 

 

Style Credits:
1st Look: Anita Ko Diamond Loop Earrings | Anita Ko Diamond Coil Ring | Tacori Sonoma Mist Pave Cascading Dew Drops Ring
Second Look: Christian Dior Head-to-toe Look from the Fall 2018 Collection

Styled by Leslie Fremar

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, tacori.com, anitako.com, vogue.com – Video Credit: Focus Features via YouTube.com]

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