Borrowed from the boys.
For many people, Julia Roberts is That Girl. No matter her agenda, she always dresses to impress in a bevy of signature suits (lest you forget, she once accepted her 1990 Golden Globe Award in an oversized suit). And now, nearly 33 years later, the actress is still making a compelling case for menswear's versatility.
Case in point? On Tuesday, the actress was spotted out and about in SoHo reworking classic menswear with her version of a polished, luxurious short suit. The look in question featured a custom black double-breasted blazer by Gucci with a coordinating undone bow tie. Leaving the tuxedo jacket unbuttoned, she layered the staple over a crisp white collared shirt, which she tucked into a pair of black high-waisted pleated mid-thigh-skimming Gucci shorts. Adding a feminine twist to her menswear look, Roberts slipped into a pair of black fishnet tights and heeled black lace-up Oxford shoes while topping off the OOTD with a pair of black Wayfarer sunglasses.
Beauty-wise, Julia styled her auburn hair with tousled curls and face-framing bangs, and her glam was kept to a minimum with a pink pout and a black manicure.
Roberts may have looked as polished as ever during her latest outing, but it actually came just days after she opened up about what advice she would give her younger self. "Stand up straighter,” she told People while promoting her Netflix film Leave The World Behind, adding, “It’s all going to be okay, and don’t pluck your eyebrows.”
The actress shares twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, as well as her son Henry, with her husband Danny Moder. Despite her children being adults, she gives insight into how she manages parenting them.
"I parent them the same way out of the house that I parented them in the house, which is 'Are you getting enough sleep? You sound like you're sick. Are you drinking enough tea? Text me when you get home. I can see that you're home safe and sound,' " Roberts said to Hoda Kotb on the Today show earlier this week.
Adding, "And I have an immense amount of appreciation for both of my older kids because they still allow me to be the same mom to them, and it's not eye-rolling. There's a huge amount of understanding."
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