Thursday 25 May 2017

Red Carpet Wrap: Best and worst dressed

Angelina Jolie and Gwen Stefani
Angelina Jolie and Gwen Stefani
Rowena Walsh

Rowena Walsh

Who is a style queen and who should be taken away by the fashion police this week?

Worst dressed: Gwen Stefani

You've got to love it when celebrities try on street style for size. Here's Gwen Stefani in her best pose, demonstrating the art of wearing pyjamas outside.

We know we should be shocked, but actually that's a look we're all too familiar with here in Indo Towers.

Of course, we don't indulge in it. But we've noticed that more and more people feel the need to parade their fleecy PJs when they're out and about.

Hopefully they're not the same pair they wore while tossing and turning in bed.

Perhaps they have a pyjama wardrobe -- divided into the pairs they wear to bed, the ones they lounge around the house in and the ones they wear outside.

Otherwise they might be a little sweaty or (heaven forbid) a bit stinky.

Not to be sniffy about it, but we're sure Ms Stefani has more than one pair to choose from.

She doesn't look too happy; maybe she's regretting her choice (even if it is from her very own label) but her accessories are dreamy.

And if anyone can carry off this look, it's Gwen.

Best dressed: Angelina Jolie

Actress / earth-mother / saviour of the known universe, you wouldn't think that Angelina Jolie would deign to concern herself with anything as frivolous as fashion.

But she certainly knows how to wow on the red carpet (and win even more publicity for her directorial debut -- no wonder she's happy to muse on the possibility of yet another pregnancy).

Her midnight-blue Romona Keveza gown is stunning, and even accomplishes the remarkable feat of managing to give the illusion that the super-slim one actually has curves.

It's her night, her movie and although Brad is there (somewhere), she clearly doesn't need the scruffy bearded one to work this elegant look.

As for accessories, the dress does demand a less-is-more approach, and Angie is happy to comply, making sure that it's all about her.

Not that we're envious, not really ...

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