A Month in the Style of Cameron Diaz

02 July 2010

Cammy, Cammy, Cammy. How we love that unfussy, unfoufy style of yours. So in this vein, today we’d like to pay homage to Ms Cameron Diaz and her recent fashion oeuvre. Because there’s no doubt she’s been one busy bee, promoting new flick ‘Knight and Day’ while giving us quite the leg-full in an array of wonderful get-ups. So we decided the blonde bombshell deserves her moment under Grazia’s style spotlight for all her hard work last month. Let’s check out her June manifesto…

Our starting point is a perfect example of her no-fuss city chic. Whether serving up those stems in Elizabeth & James drapey shorts + Chloe wedges for some suitably spring-like daywear or getting sophisticated in a nude Victoria Beckham AW10 dress, La Diaz pulls off all-American-girl-grown-up with aplomb. It’s like a vision of what Blake Lively will become (we hope).

And the goodness just keeps on coming. Adding bright summer florals to her style roster for the MTV Movie Awards, Cammy donned a Diane Von Furstenberg watercolour print minidress teamed with Jimmy Choo open-toe booties -- a refreshing oasis in a sea of body con dresses. What’s not to love?

Ah yes, it’s that mega-watt smile (what good teeth she has!) and more pins a-plenty (also pretty good) for the The World Premiere of ‘Knight & Day’ in Spain. The actress was transformed into a Latino lovely in a ruched one-shouldered Lanvin SS10 dress nipped in by what appears to be a seatbelt belt (those Lanvin heels with a gold ankle chain are top of our wish list, fyi). Once again, Cam looks glam without going overboard, no frou-frou necessary here.

And when she’s not playing dress-up, Cameron’s street style is just as effortless, as demonstrated here by some off-duty denim. Brill skills!

So after close examination, we’re happy to conclude that Cameron Diaz is still on fashion fire. Yep, there may be something about Mary but there’s DEFINITLEY something about our Cammy D... God love her. 

by Jessica Vince



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