Screen girls everywhere can take a lecture from Drew Barrymore's wardrobe
When I think of show presenters, I remember tight-fitting dresses, flame red, loose-fitting suits with polyester pieces. Canoe nude (beige), narrow and translucent. Interiors that become (just as unintentionally) external. Tight pencil pants, worn by women with apple-shaped body, without showing any point of charm. Uncomfortable shoes, with high heels.
There are also presenters who wear simple shirts and baggy jeans. Beautiful minimalist dresses, bucket, with some beautiful studs. Drew Barrymore has for some time his own show, very popular, where he interviews actors, foreign VIPs, showbiz people, etc.
This week she is wearing a blue floral shirt, by Lanvin (Parisian firm), pants by Alexander McQueen, Pink at the collar is Alessandra Rich, shoes from YSL and earrings by Aurelie Bidermann. In addition to looking stylish, elegant and curated, it conveys a lot of positivity. There are those who (like my work) follow it to look carefully at the details of the dress. She looks smart, caring, refined, readable and welcoming.
Screen girls can take a lot of lessons from Drew’s wardrobe. (And not just those screens).