It’s more stylish than a sheet with eyeholes, we’ll give her that.
We’ve gone on record a thousand times on the matter of which colors suit her best and they’re always dark and rich ones. We only occasionally like her in pale or washed-out fare, but it occurs to us that our reaction to her in something white depends on what that something is. In other words, a white frilly or lacey or sheer confection of a dress? That would be a resounding “No” from these two queens. But no woman should be told she can’t or shouldn’t work the classic white suit, especially since it’s moved into iconic status and tends to have a lot of history and political meaning underlying it now. This is a fine suit and we love the addition of the glittery pumps. But this was absolutely not the time to break out a pale face and underdone hair. We’re not asking for mega-glam or anything, but she’s so shiny and washed out that you can’t even see anything she’s wearing. Lady, you are always going to need some sort of contrast to your look, whether that’s darker hair, a stronger eye or lip, or an outfit in a dark or rich color. Listen to us now and believe us later: YOU HAVE TO HIT ONE OF THOSE THREE, NICOLE.
We have spoken. We are passing the Opinion Stick onto you, kittens.
– Ermanno Scervino White Pantsuit with Asymmetric Waistcoat from the Spring 2019 Collection
– Sergio Rossi Shoes
Styled by Julia von Boehm
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]
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