October 14, 2008 at 2:05 pm (Asymmetrical, Belt, Ruffles, Sheer, Sophie Monk, Underwear) (, , , , , , )

I don’t care for Sophie Monk’s gray one-shouldered jumpsuit. But I *really* don’t care for the underwear on her head.

Call me a purist, but I don’t think antics belong on the red carpet. I get that you are here to sell your new line of shapewear. Truly, I do. I just don’t think you need to put them on your head. Honestly. There. Are. Panties. On. Your. Head.

Nothing about these photos make me want to rush out and buy your fabulously designed shapewear, Sophie. In fact, it produces the exact opposite effect. If *not* buying the item you’re hawking prevents behavior like this, then that’s what I’ll do.

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We got spirit, yes we do

October 14, 2008 at 12:52 pm (Aisha Tyler, Necklace, Ruffles) (, , , , , , )

Aisha Tyler looks very– ahem– spirited. Maybe this is what cheerleaders on 90210 would wear.

Aisha is going far to trendy, and doing it poorly. She is tall, statuesque, and¬†positively gorgeous. Play that up with classic and polished clothing. Rachel Bilson she ain’t. So don’t try to go that route.

And look for a new hair stylist.

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Slip up

October 14, 2008 at 11:26 am (Asymmetrical, Beaded, Clutch, Draped, Rachel Weisz, Shiny) (, , , , , , , )

Normally I love Rachel Weisz. She always looks classic and elegant, but with a little sultry twist.

I was a bit disappointed in this Narciso Rodriguez dress. I don’t hate it, but the top seems incongruous withe the bottom.

The top says LBD with the tight beaded bodice and a slight bondage/choking vibe. Then the bottom has a wispy ethereal quality that doesn’t make sense with the top.

Finally, the wisp of slip at her thigh just makes me think of my grandmother saying, “Do you think she knows her slip is showing?”

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