Olivia Wilde: Best-Dressed Director of the Year. We’re calling it now. Of course no such award or designation actually exists, which is a good thing because even we have to admit that judging directors based on how they dress is not a great idea, but even so. Miss Lady’s crushing it on this promo tour.
Not a thing wrong with any of that. What makes this kind of notable for us is that her red carpet history as an actress has been somewhat spotty, in our opinion. There’s something to be said about confidence and new horizons as a jumping-off point for great style.
This is cute, but it feels like more of a good idea than a good outfit. The style of shirt paired with the low-key hair can’t help but make this look a bit “cater waiter,” even with the giant waist flounce. A slightly more exuberant cut of shirt (bigger sleeve, puffier shoulder, and a more whimsical style of collar) and a little more of a zhuzh in the hair department could’ve made this work. Some metallic pumps or sandals would not have been a bad idea either.
This is a great dress. Fun and festive, but also sophisticated and slightly understated, which strikes us as her whole deal, style-wise. We don’t love the condition of the sash and we think a little bit more of a sleeve would give it a more formal feel, but she looks cute. We normally hate matching the eye shadow to the dress, but we’re loving it here.
Olivia Wilde: Dundas Crystal-embellished Corduroy Suit from the Fall 2019 Collection | Anita Ko Jewelry | Beladora Jewelry | Giuseppe Zanotti Sandals
Styled by Karla Welch | Hair by Mara Roszak | Makeup by Mélanie Inglessis
Kaitlyn Dever: Carolina Herrera Ensemble from the Fall 2019 Collection | Rona Pfeiffer Jewelry | Brian Atwood Shoes
Styled by Karla Welch | Makeup by Jenna Kristina
[Photo Credit: EPK.TV, Vogue.com – Video Credit: Annapurna Pictures via YouTube.com]
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