Kittens, all’s quiet on the red carpet front post-Oscars, which is kind of just fine by us because these two bitches are worn out and looking forward to pub day. But the fashion and celebrity machines roll ever forward and the Michael Kors show reliably provides opportunities for the latter to model the former for our entertainment. And judgment, of course. That practically goes without saying.
Given how much she brags about not using a stylist and how much this ensemble looks like something she’d choose, we wonder if the MK team just let her pick and choose a bunch of things from a pile rather than attempt to suggest an ensemble. It’s a great look in theory but it’s pretty sloppy and the entire top half just barely fits her. In other words, a typical Blake jawn.
This is pretty cute but we’re having a hard time reconciling the brown leather of the purse with the silver of the sandals. We’re the last queens to suggest that a lady’s bag and shoe must match, but there’s a bit of a disconnect between the two styles. As for the dress, great color but the skirt is over-ruffled.
Hmm. It’s a good look (although it would be better if it allowed her to have feet), but it really doesn’t seem to suit her at all. When we think of JLD’s style, cableknit sweaters and wide-legged pants do not coming swimming into view in our minds’ eyes. And she honestly looks like she hates it.
Black Lively: Slate Check Wool Vest, White Poplin Scrunched-sleeve Shirt and Black Wool Pleated Trousers, all from the Resort 2020 Michael Kors Collection
Issa Rae: Green Silk-georgette Ruffled Dress with a White-and-luggage Crawford Cherry-print Pebbled Leather Crossbody Bag, both from the Spring 2020 Michael Kors Collection
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Midnight Wool-crepe Coat, Cashmere Puff-sleeve Sweater, Sky Poplin Dickey, Banker Wool Pleated Pants and a Luggage Bancroft Leather Satchel, all from the Spring 2020 Michael Kors Collection
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Michael Kors, John Nacion/Startraksphoto.com, Janet Mayer/Startraksphoto.com]
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