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Kristen Stewart’s shorts suit – rate it or hate it?

Are you a fan of K-Stew’s formal shorts suit at the 26th annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards?

Mon, Mar 25, 2013, 07:30


There are several things that make Kristen Stewart’s red-carpet appearance on Saturday night ever-so-slightly unbelievable. Firstly – and, I mean, aren’t we tired of talking about Stewart’s scowl? – she’s smiling. In some photographs, she’s got an all-out grin on her face, although my subscription didn’t cover those, so we’ll have to do with a semi.

Secondly, can you believe these were taken at the 26th annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards? There have been 26 of those bad boys – and it seems like only yesterday . . . yadda, yadda.

But let’s get real and talk about fashion: is it just me, or did this Osman Studio get-up do very little for a woman who is, herself, very little? Oversized shoulders, ill-fitting across the chest, and let’s not mention the fact that she chose to pair this navy shorts suit with a pair of pointy-toed black Louboutins. My personal fashion jury (which is very much team K-Stew) reached a verdict pretty quickly: no, no, no.

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