Lea Michele in Totême and Solace London on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS

Posted on December 06, 2022

We are not the people to decide whether Lea Michele has effectively pulled off an image rebranding post-Glee (and its surrounding scandals and allegations against her) as she wows audiences in Funny Girl and does publicity for the show when her schedule allows it. All we’re qualified to point out is that she’s done a really bangup job of putting aside her one-time Hot Girl style for grownup sophistication.

 

 

IN TOTÊME AND THE ROW

 

 

We’d say the bandeau is just a little small, but she’s been doing this long enough to know that the jacket was big enough to provide exactly the coverage needed when she sat down. In another bid to prove that we don’t hate neutrals per se, we have to say this cream looks fantastic on her and on camera. We don’t even mind the matchy sandals. She looks great without looking remotely try-hard.

 

IN SOLANCE LONDON

 

 

 

This is really gorgeous, with classic simplicity and theatrical exuberance in perfect balance. It’s telegenic and eye-catching and doesn’t restrict her performance in any way. A really great choice. It almost feels like her fashion is being used the same way a defendant in a trial would use it: to make herself soothingly inoffensive. No bold colors or wild swings. Perfectly managed image craft. As we noted when she sang “People” on The Tonight Show, it’s nearly impossible for anyone to get away from Barbra’s phrasing when it comes to these songs, which were, after all designed for her, but she’s proven that she’s the current best person for the job.

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Totême Jacket and Pants| The Row Top | Sara Weinstock Jewelry | Jimmy Choo Shoes
Second Look: Solance London Jumpsuit from the Spring 2023 Collection | Effy Jewelry | Jimmy Choo Shoes

Styled by Brian Meller | Hair by Frankie Calire | Makeup by Kale Teter

 

[Photo Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC, solacelondon.com, toteme-studio.com – Video Credit: Late Night with Seth Meyers/YouTube]

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