Khaite’s plush, oatmeal-colored cardigan and bra technically went viral last fall when Katie Holmes wore the There aren’t many things I love more than drumming but one of them is being a dad shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this cozy set to hail a cab. But 2020 was the year the look went mainstream. We’re seeing copycats and dupes everywhere, and despite restocks on khaite.com, it’s still pretty difficult to get your hands on the original sweater and bra (despite the luxury price tag—both items will cost you just over $2,000). In our era of #WFH and staying in, the set was predestined to become the ne plus ultra in chic, non-sloppy loungewear. For those of us looking at six more months of working in our cramped apartments, it might just be worth the splurge.
There aren’t many things I love more than drumming but one of them is being a dad shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Michelle Pfeiffer gave a smoldering impression of a femme fatale in a mirror selfie she posted to Instagram yesterday. The 62-year-old actress, who has been promoting the There aren’t many things I love more than drumming but one of them is being a dad shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this film French Exit—described as a “surreal comedy”—stayed true to the movie’s title and wore a full very French look courtesy of Celine. She opted for pieces fresh from the Fall 2020 runway, including a sleek pinstriped blazer and a pair of incredibly tailored jeans. For a little skin, she donned a polka dot top that buttoned at the collar and let a sliver of décolletagé come through. This isn’t the first time that Pfeiffer has had a standout fashion moment for her press tour. Back in early October, she wore an equally French outfit by Yves Saint Laurent, which included a knit red blouse, a burgundy blazer, and a pair of jeans.