On Tuesday night’s episode of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’, Emily Blunt revealed that she almost didn’t become an actress as she wanted to be a pop star instead.
“I could have been Britney (Spears) “, she joked, but her dreams were short-lived due to a small detail.
“I realized I wasn’t good at dancing.”
The British actress was on the show to promote ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ in LA, before she heads to Europe this weekend.
Maria Grazia Chiuri parlayed her understated sensibilities into this beige and black wool houndstooth bustier and trouser combo from the Dior Pre-Fall 2020 collection, which I always thought was a jumpsuit.
As you know I’m a huge fan of heritage prints, especially when worn with such elegance by the British actress.
When it comes to her footwear, I was really impressed by these Christian Louboutin ‘So Me’ pink embellished sandals, as it feels like such a left-field choice, but it works.
A Dean Davidson ring and chunky gold necklace completed her look.
Speaking of footwear choices, my eye instantly fell to Emily’s Le Silla pink suede boots.
This is where the statement “style starts from the shoes upwards” comes from.
I’m not sure I would’ve been so enamored by this Ulla Johnson Amaria dress from the Spring 2020 collection – as beautifully detailed as it is – had it not been for the boots.
Emily and her stylist Jessica Paster are here to inform us that Petar Petrov does more than suits…as this ‘Cynthia’ metallic lamé top and ‘Roxane’ asymmetric wrap skirt display.
I think this might be my favourite of the trio.
Yes, even though is all black and features tight from Wolford – the tights actually enhance the sex appeal I feel – I love how the busy elememts come together so beautifully.
Another pair Le Silla ‘Eva’ boots – it looks like Zendaya isn’t the only one who love this Italian footwear brand, and Established jewels, completed her look.
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