I know it seems redundant at this point and I know I am on a Pepper high, but, well, LOOK:
1. It’s silver.
2. It’s a mini.
3. It has scaly pockets.
4. The CUT.
5. Switch the shoes for tall boots and she’s off the PAGES.
6. But those are some killer Pepper Potts stilettos.
It was not an Oscars for heroine chic. Watching E’s and then ABC’s Red Carpet, at 8PM I had but one passable contender for SotN and it was J-Lo. J-Lo! But then Gwyneth arrived and saved the night exactly as a fashion superheroine should:
With a cape.
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I love awards shows. But I don’t watch them for the awards. The awards are pretty silly, especially the Emmys where voters are only asked to watch ONE episode from a SEASON of television. Glee and Modern Family in the same category gets a lot of “really?” attention from press and fans but in my opinion The Good Wife, Mad Men, and Game of Thrones in the same race is equally strange. Apples and oranges people. And pears. And maybe avocados. Point being, I think the nomination IS actually the award and even that is pretty silly. I watch — and love! — award shows for a) the fashion (obvs) and b) the spontaneous moments of OH!
With this look, Gwyneth gave me both. So much so that I almost want to give out my own awards to all those spontaneous moments of OH! and name them The Gwynnies. Because REALLY.
In my quest for heroine chic at the Oscars I found all these ADORABLE pictures. Let’s play a game (that is actually, yes, totally an excuse to post these adorable pictures)! Best caption will win a prize (superhero themes DO get more points) —>
It was really close. I mean LOOK at what Gwyneth Paltrow (my queen) wore:
I love this. And it is wholly heroine chic. But here’s Cate (the queen):
If Pepper Potts ever joins the Dark Side she should totally wear this:
Usually I like Michael Kors the designer more than I like Michael Kors the design, but this works.