From SJP's Grown-Up Carrie Bradshaw Look to Kris Jenner's Krazy Kaftan, Check Out the Buzziest Looks of the Week
See the looks our editors were loving (or not!) this week
You think you’re a “Last Night’s Look: Love It or Leave It” addict? You should stop by the office sometime to see us passionately debating, defending and delighting in celeb styles — the good, the bad and the wacky. This week, we round up two looks we were loving and one that didn’t quite do it for us — check ’em out below and let us know your faves in the comments!
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Love It: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw Moment: Sorry for the Sex and the City reference, but something about this SJP red carpet look made me immediately think of CB. (Actually the whole look did.) The feather trim on her Tracy Reese midi mixed with the textured Saint Laurent jacket and Chanel bag (which she might have swiped from her SATC days) feels so fun and different from the rest of the looks on the red carpet this week. –Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor
Love It: Jaime King’s Black and White Combo: Jaime just managed to do what I dream of, which is to make high-waisted pants — pleated ones at that — look totally chic. I credit her “keep it simple” method of combining them with a silky white tucked-in tank and sealing the look with a skinny belt. The ankle length is genius because it allows her patent leather pumps to shine. Then there’s the black clutch with a hint of gold, a well chosen arm cuff. It’s not too little, it’s not too much. It’s only black and white (but I like it). – Jackie Fields, Beauty Writer
Leave It: Kris Jenner’s Intensely Krazy Kaftan: For someone who raised five ladies who love skintight everything, we’re a little surprised by Kris’s wardrobe of choice for the Brent Shapiro Foundation. From the cape-like look to the plunging neckline to the insanely bright color, the momager sure made a statement here. Sure, I’m risking the wrath of noted Kris Jenner superfan Alex Apatoff, but the flaming hot caped caftan look just doesn’t do it for me. — Sarah Kinonen, Editorial Assistant