Celebrity Street Style
2. Let me be completely honest here, those shoes, when not placed on a woman¬'s foot, are structurally and aesthetically sexy (maybe it¬'s the S&M and not the H&M in me). But when said shoe is placed on an actual foot, that woman begins to resemble a goat. A female goat, yes, but a goat none-the-less. The rest, you ask? The hat: ill fitting and played out (hence, why I wear one). The scarf: also played out and not working. The purse? Unless she is smuggling a severed head in it, it's just, for the lack of a better word, dumb. And I¬'m sure it cost more than I make in a year.
3. This is how my brain worked on this picture after I got past that I'm looking at Natalie Portman: Is she trying to look like Victorian soldier who just traded her mink muff for one of the ¬"natives¬" maize pouches while on her way to work as a junior exec at JP Morgan? If so, mission accomplished. I will say, however, her shoes and pants are undeniably classic and for Beautiful Girls and Leon: the Professional, I will always forgive something like this being worn by Ms. Portman.
4. "Hello? 911? You have to help me. I have no idea where I am, I think someone drugged me and put me in orthopedic clown shoes and for some reason my dress isn't working? I don't know why, it's a decent shape, though a bit muumuu-y, and a fairly safe print, though colored like Grey Poupon. Wait, it could be worse, I could have leggings on and not wearing cool shades. Thank you, 911." That said, I like spring dress, but when the dress you are wearing weighs as much as you do, the look isn't flattering. Photo of Rachel, courtesy of www.x17online.com