Style File: “Little” Star Issa Rae in Alberta Ferretti and Sies Marjan

Posted on April 05, 2019

We will never have a problem taking a moment to check out Miss Issa’s style offerings. You never know what to expect except that she’ll sell the hell out of and half of that will come down to her killer smile.

 

 

Issa Rae in Alberta Ferretti at “Good Morning America”

It’s … not to our tastes. Not entirely. But it’s interesting, Somehow it manages to almost look maternity and mature at the same time. The only part that gives it some youthfulness is the sleeve design, but the more we look at them, the more we think they’re kind of ugly. It all doesn’t matter in the end, because the hoops, the hair and the face are all slaying.

But that really does look like a maternity dress over a pair of Jane Fonda’s pants.

 

 

Issa Rae in Sies Marjan at BUILD Series


The coat is gorgeous and we LOVE the color combination, which feels very fresh. But boy, do we hate those pants. The ripple effect is distracting and the length is making our eyelids twitch furiously in frustration. It’s not that we love the top all that much more, but it’s slightly more workable than the bottom half. Miss Woman can sell the hell out of anything and we appreciate her adventurous and bold style, but those pants are a hard no from us. We’re sure she’s devastated by that.

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Alberta Ferretti Silver Metallic Pleated Tunic with Ruffle Sleeves and Matching Wide-leg Pants from the Pre-Fall 2019 Collection | Simone I. Smith Hoops | Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ Black Leather Sandal
Second Look: Sies Marjan Freida Crinkled Ruffle Top and Karolina Crinkled Ruffle Pant from the Spring 2019 Collection | Alexis Bittar Gold Disk Liquid Lucite Dangling Post Earrings 

Styled by Jason Rembert | Hair by Felicia Leatherwood | Makeup by Joanna Simkin | Nails by Eri Ishizu

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com, courtesy of Alberta Ferretti]

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