A Week (or two) in The Style Of Jessica Biel

18 June 2010

Jessica Biel

Well, isn’t this a shock. Jessica Biel is the luck lady to be crowned with Grazia Daily’s covetable ‘Week in The Style Of’ mantle and we never dreamt we’d say that in this lifetime. Yes, yes, she’s ever so pretty and rather attractive to lots of men out there and ok, it is kinda cool that she’s Mr Trousersnake/Timberlake’s other half, but in this fashion race Biel usually falls far behind. Not this time! In fact, Biel’s triumphed over the past fortnight in a series of brilliant looks (lets ignore the bizarre giraffe printed blip at the CFDAs). In the past many fashion critics have dubbed Jessica as being lamb dressed as mutton, or frumpy, or boring, but what we like about the 28 year old's new look is that it still maintains that classic sophistication she so obviously feels comfortable with but a daring trend-driven edge has been thrown in too. Throughout the promo trail for her new flick The A-Team (yeah, we didn’t know that was happening again either), she’s worn more fashion forward outfits than we’ve had frappuccinos. We're always happy to have a new style inspiration…

Hello sexy lady! This white gown with a black lace insert from Pucci is white hot and totally killer for the red carpet.
Jessica’s sheer polka dot top and heavily embellished skirt was plucked straight from Giambatista Valli’s AW10 catwalk.
An Erin Fetherstone navy sleeveless tuxedo jumpsuit – perfect for casually riding around in a big army tank through Paris, non?

Breton tee + chic blazer + skinny Genetic Denim jeans + brogues = a failsafe casual look. Great tan handbag from Tod’s too.
Wide leg trousers and a ladylike blouse from Oscar De La Renta sum up next season’s pared down simplicity. Very ahead of the game.
You can always turn to Christian Dior for something flirty and Jessica’s SS10 off-the-shoulder top and flippy skirt looks cute but grown up.

by Hannah Almassi



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