Kittens, the time has come for you to step up and take over the opinion-forming while we wait for our own opinion tanks to refill after a heavy flow morning. So to speak. Also, because we love Miss Jodie and we have not the hearts to tell her that we think this is all kinds of wrong.
Maybe that’s a little harsh, but we just … don’t love it. There’s space-taking fashion in the vein of Gwendoline Christie showing up in something that demands your attention if not your respect and then there’s fashion like this, which just looks big and more complicated than it needs to be without any sort of visual payoff. She’s capable of wearing and werqing some amazing risk-taking fashion, but this feels a bit generic to us, even with the overdesigned shoulders and neckline. We wish there was some sort of contrast, instead of this large sort of booby baptismal robe. We don’t know. We’re thrilled she won but we can’t muster up the same excitement for her style choices.
Haha. Remember when we said our opinion tanks were empty? PSYCH.
Jodie Comer’s Big White Robe:
IN or OUT?
– Custom Tom Ford White Long-sleeve dress with Halter Neck and Thigh-high Slit
– Tiffany & Co. Yellow and White Diamond Stud Earrings and a Schlumberger Butterfly Ring
– Roger Vivier Shoes
Styled by Elizabeth Saltzman
[Photo Credit: Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com]
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