Plenty of celebrity moms set great style examples for us to follow, but Julia Roberts has an extra special knack for looking red carpet ready -- even when she's not all dolled up. Julia looks like the A-lister she is no matter what she wears, but like any mom, sometimes she probably just doesn't feel like slipping into a slinky dress and walking around in mile-high heels (she certainly doesn't need those).
It's no secret that if you feel comfortable in what you are wearing, you will project confidence outward, which makes you look even more fashionable. Check out how Julia rocked this pantsuit at the Mirror Mirror premiere in Los Angeles. Doesn't she look amazing?
Even though she chose to forgo a dress for the event, her outfit is still appropriate for the occasion. It's kind of nice to see a woman wearing a suit somewhere other than at a job interview or sitting behind a desk. Wouldn't it be great if this trend took off and pantsuits became the new little black dresses? Anytime I've gone to a fancy event, I've always envied the men in the room. Somehow tuxedos and suits look much more comfortable than formal gowns -- plus you don't have to tug at them all night to keep them up!
It's especially nice to see someone as gorgeous as Julia choosing comfort and class over trying to be the person on the red carpet showing the most skin. She put the "less is more" theory to the test, and she won. And even though Snow White may have beat her out as far as who the fairest of them all is, Julia definitely took back the title at the Mirror Mirror premiere. And she even managed to pull off that victory in menswear. Applause, please!
Have you ever worn pants to a formal event?
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