While Liv Tyler and Keri Russell often hit the streets looking casually cool, Keira Knightley’s style during her off time is a bit more feminine, opting for florals over plaids and dresses over jeans. (And may I just say that it’s difficult to find a picture of this girl without the boyfriend-turned-fiance-turned-husband in her arms. It’s like a package deal.) If you like Keira, check out my previous post, too, featuring her different hairstyles.
Despite having a closet bursting with clothes, do you still find yourself saying that you have nothing to wear, day after day after day? Perhaps you should learn from Keri Russell and invest in these key pieces.
1. Esprit, 2. Ray-ban, 3. True Religion, 4. Tamaris, 5. Tory Burch, 6. Joes Jeans, 7. Lacoste, 8. Mexx, 9. Bensimon, 10. Levi’s
High-five to all those who made Felicity a weekly habit in their younger years! The love triangle involving Felicity, Ben and Noel; the shift from pre-med to art school; the DRASTIC haircut. Love that show! (One time, I got locked out of the house and I, completely unexpected, knocked on a friend’s door late in the evening, asking if I could watch Felicity at her place. Her family was already in bed and my friend was in her PJs getting ready to do the same. It was rude and insensitive of me, but this was Felicity we were talking about!) Fast forward to the present: Felicity, I mean, Keri Russell is all grown up. She’s married and has two children. But who’s with me in saying that you can still see Felicity Porter in her style?
Liv Tyler was enchanting as Lady Arwen, the most beautiful of the last generation of High Elves in Middle-earth (Wikipedia? You bet.) But to look this good in regular clothes? Only a few can pull that off. I hereby declare Liv as the most beautiful among the sneaker-wearing race in Middle, er, on Earth.
I was just thinking two days ago why Mango doesn’t have a kids collection. Zara has one; H&M, too. Even Massimo Dutti has a children’s line. Then, boom! I get this e-mail yesterday announcing the launch of Mango Kids soon. So there you go. It’s official: I’m psychic. (Or is it the Mango people who are psychic? Well, good to know that we share the same abilities.)