#TrainwreckTuesday: 02/12/2014.

"Olive Kitteridge" New York Premiere - Arrivals

Girls may be a hip, young programme with attitude and style to boot, but unfortunately it appears that starlet Zosia Mamet is unable to portray that quirky New York edge on the red carpet. Here Zosia is at the Olive Kitteridge premiere and to my dismay, she looks a mess.

Androgyny is certainly a huge trend and has become more and more prominent in recent years, cementing its place as a major fashion zeitgeist. However, this is only relevant when it is done correctly. Between the horrid, wide-spaced stripes, ill-fitting tailoring, severe lack of a steam-iron and ankle boots which cut off her legs at a horrible length, this look is a disaster – and I’m not going to even mention the horrendous dye job and patchy eyebrows (whoops)!

Overall, this look doesn’t do anything for the starlet. Anyone who watches the show will know that she has a BANGING body and, although never straying from uber-preppy, her character’s style is always cute and on point. She needs to hire a stylist, take some inspiration from her on screen self and remember to never wear a risky look unless it is styled to perfection. By the way, I couldn’t find where the other pieces came from, but the skirt is a Rebecca Minkoff piece.

So there you have it! As always, please let me know what you think and if you’d like to have a look at some more #TrainwreckTuesday posts click here.

Author: Pádraig Power.


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