Looks like Fivel has to tinkle.
There are so, so many things wrong with this picture, but I have neither the time nor the intestinal fortitude.
Oliver Peoples' handcrafted acetate frames feature stud details on the temples and arms. ($350)
Elizabeth & James
Elizabeth & James' tortoise shell glasses feature sleek resin-frames with a subtle cat-eye silhouette. I am SO getting these glasses. ($215)
These vintage-inspired Tom Ford glasses feature thick acetate frames and gold hardware detail on the temples and arms. ($430)
Up-and-coming actress Fivel Stewart had the misfortune of both these shoes and the name “Fivel” at the “Warm Bodies” premiere in L.A. last night, which is a heavy burden to bear when you’re dressed like Mr. Rogers from the waist up and The Breaksfast Club from the waist down.
WHAT SHE DID WRONG (besides the entire outfit, I mean): Fivel should have gone with a scoop neck or boatneck top instead of a v-necked sweater, because the deep V pulls the eye downward, elongating her already swan-like neck to freakishly E.T.-like proportions. She looks like one of the cloners on Kamino from Episode II.
WHAT SHE DID RIGHT: Her glasses are actually really cute. They still have the whole geek-chic thing going on, but they aren’t as clunky and thick as the hipster frames of years past, and the red is unexpected and fun. Oliver Peoples makes a great pair of red frames, but the less bold can still get the same overall aesthetic with these tortoise shell frames from Elizabeth & James.