Silver-Screen Style: The Other Woman

18 April 2014

If you follow me on any of my social networks you might remember me blowing up your feed Wednesday while having a girls night with Popsugar, equipped with a screening of The Other Woman, goodies and most importantly, Patricia Field, who did the wardrobe for the film. It was kind of amazing. 
As for the movie, it's hard for me to decide what I loved more, the girl's on screen chemistry (real talk: the movie was hilarious) or the clothes. Honestly it's both, and I think that's what makes it work so well. Sure, "clothes are pretty but you have to laugh" Pat said after the screening and I couldn't agree more.  And being that I spent a good portion of the movie laughing, I'd say mission accomplished.
Now, let's talk onscreen style.

Patricia made each character's personality speak volumes through their wardrobe, which I wouldn't expect anything less, we are talking about the woman who made SATC what it is.. 

Kate (Leslie Mann) was an updated Charlotte York donning cheery, colorful hues and prints matching her Connecticut housewife & playful spirit to the t. While Carly (Cameron Diaz), a high powered lawyer, added a touch of edge to her sophisticated ensembles. Leather pencil skirts and Jimmy Choos, yes please. Amber (Kate Upton) was definitely more laid back when it came to her style, and was often in playful sundresses, tees and shorts. Though her in a white bikini is all va-va voom. As for the final style star Lydia (Nicki Minaj), she stole the room every time she walked in with her boldly printed curve hugging ensembles paired effortless with her witty remarks. I'm not going to lie, I kind of love her more now than ever before. 

So if you're looking for the perfect girls night out flick with a little style and lot of laughter, head to the theaters April 25th and catch the three gals and their outrageous shenanigans. Xo.


Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Fox through their partnership with POPSUGAR. While I was compensated by POPSUGAR to write a post about The Other Woman, all opinions are my own.