YOU, The Fashion Jury: short ‘n’ sweet

26 July 2011

This week's Fashion Jury is extra special. Why? Well, we've spotted a LOT of short-shorts hopping around Celebville this week so we thought why not group them together for your analysis? And that's exactly we did. So now we need your help. Leave your comments below and let us know how you rate these short 'n' sweet ladies because, as always, the best comments will make an appearance in next week's issue of Grazia.

We begin with Zoe Saldana sporting a Balmain Resort 2012 short suit with Brian Attwood ‘Pois’ pumps for the LA premiere of her new film ‘Captain America: First Avenger’. She's already one step ahead of the game with a nod to A/W'11’s bomber jacket trend as championed by Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy. But as fellow Fashion Jurors, we want to know what you make of her look. Are short suits red carpet appropriate? You decide!

The sun is shining (in LA at least) and Emma Roberts knows it. Mixing a grey marl crochet sweater and cut-off denim shorts, the actress is subtly working the nautical trend with a raffia beach bag and Chanel espadrilles. But is her summer a look a hit or a miss?

Next up, it's another number from Rihanna’s suddenly tomboyish wardrobe, which has been getting mixed reviews in Camp Fashion. Take this baseball cap, check shirt and cut-off denim shorts with Prada flatforms combo for example. Is Ri-Ri trying to counter balance her uber sexy onstage outfits and raunchy dance moves, dya think?

Jordana Brewster

And finally, take a look at Jordana Brewster. She's new around these parts but the red carpet is sure to be seeing a lot more of her as she's among the cast of the upcoming Dallas remake. So what of this outfit? Well, she's tackling the super-slick-shorts-in-the-city trend and gives her look a pop of colour with bright red sunnies and purple shorts, but does it get the all-important Grazia Daily thumbs up? Over to you...



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