Discussion in 'Celebrities' started by astrid, Jan 22, 2012.
At Dior Cruise
Reminds me that I need to find a women's suit set! Any recs? Julia Cummings also has an impressive and envious suit collection
If you're looking designer, I'd just do custom/bespoke at that point, or at least made to measure - that's what will really fit you best, and you can customize it to what you personally want/need/accentuates what you want to accentuate.
So I was watching old clips of It's On With Alexa Chung and I am obsessed with this dress. Anyone have an ID or even know what style of dress it is called? Here is the clip for reference (and some thinspo/reverse thinspo because she's interviewing Kim Kardashian).
P.S. Sorry for the shoddy screen shots
It’s amazing how much more beautiful she became after losing weight. I came across this old pic while browsing Pinterest today, and I barely recognized her at first. Facial fat really obscured her lovely features.
Pretty sure this is an old photo, but a good one nonetheless
Agreed the hair is doing terrible things for her .
Her arms looks lovely though in this shot as well as her breasts as others have mentioned
Yesterday in London, on an ex-colleagues insta story:
So many of my LA friends went to her launch party, it looked like so much fun!
if this isn't enough inspiration to go from 0-100 in the cheekbone department- i dont know what is! the weight loss just accentuates her doe eyes even more and i am obsessed with how teeny the bones on her frame are. bambi legs & delicate arms <3
She has been looking SO good lately.
No but it reminds of this sweater! https://www.danielleguiziony.com/women/archangel-sweater-corset-top Wear it with a black miniskirt and you're pretty close to the dress.
(Majorly late by the way- sorry)
She's on the cover of Shape this month.
Alexa Chung On Skin Care, Workouts, and the Haircut She's Dying to Get
I don't understand how she gets to look so lean and sinewy. Even at my lowest while working out, I never had the muscle definition that she does. I wonder if it's a ballet thing, but even then, I have nowhere to do ballet without looking like a clown
Insofar as I'm concerned this lands in "ballet clown" land