We really wanted to start this post off with good ol’ condescending-af “Bless her heart.” But y’know? We don’t think the drawbacks to this look are as self-evident as we first assumed. It’s growing on us, is what we’re saying. Tell us if it’s growing on you too. And if so, what we can do to stop its rampant growth.
Did you not say “OF COURSE” when you got to the footwear? Because you know, deep in your heart, as you scrolled down, that as chic as this little shirtdress is, she just had to go and funk it up with a pair of clodhoppers.
But we submit that she is the Number One celebrity gal most likely to work a pair of clodhoppers. What can we say? They’re fun and they suit her style. We’re not entirely convinced they go with the dress, which has sleeves utilizing roughly four times the amount of fabric actually needed to cover her arms, but we can be convinced that this all working in a highly idiosyncratic, specific-to-Zosia kind of way. We lean towards IN, but we’re willing to entertain opposing arguments. Let’s hear it, kittens:
Zosia Mamet’s Usual Brand of Fashion Funk-Up:
IN or OUT?
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