It’s a radio appearance. Expectations are low. We’ll be nice. No, really.
Ugh. Just don’t.
We’re struck by two things here. First, that he looks so much better when he’s in the kind of clothes he wants to wear. We’re not suggesting that he dress like this for premieres, and to be honest, we find his purported discomfort with suiting to be a little immature, but surely there’s a way to get Chris Pratt a little gussied up without shoving him into a Tom Ford 3-piece he clearly doesn’t want to wear. If the best you can get out him is khakis and a plaid shirt, so be it. There are ways to do that a little upscale and fine.
As for Miss Bryce, this look tends to sum up her approach to style. This isn’t all that bad an outfit (the shoes are totally wrong for it, of course), but there’s just something a little … well, we don’t want to get too deep into psychoanalysis here, but there’s a nervous sort of overwrought quality to her presentation at all times. A sort of “Here goes. I tried my best, you guys…” As with Chris, we suspect she doesn’t get the opportunity to wear the kinds of clothes she feels most comfortable in, so she tends to default to slightly overdone or overthought looks. For someone who has expressed some problems with styling herself, the idea of bare shoulders, heels and a pencil skirt for a radio appearance feels like overcompensation. Why can’t she be in jeans, a henley and boots just like him? We suspect not only that she’d look better in an outfit like that, but that it’s closer to how she really dresses.
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