She is incredibly cozy. Once more, Risten walked out without a brim
She is gorgeous! Kristen Stewart wore a stunning Chanel two-piece costume and walked the red carpet sans a bra for the Los Angeles premiere of her most recent film, Spencer. The gothic-inspired outfit included a black bralette top and a lacey grey and black skirt. The translucent paneling across the top of her ruffled bottom revealed the Charlie’s Angels actress’ toned abs. She completed the look with a simple silver ring, choker, and updo for her blonde hair.
At the U.K. premiere of the film, the actress, 31, who plays Princess Diana, also wore Chanel. It turns out that the storied design house also made a duplicate of the white mermaid dress the late queen wore in 1998 for the movie’s promotional poster. The actual dress is currently kept by Chanel in their archives, but they choose not to use it. Instead, they rebuilt it for Kristen. The Underwater actress frequently appears out and about or hanging out with friends while wearing nothing but a bra. However, she also likes to dress down and wear only a bra.
Of course, the Los Angeles native is not the only famous person who enjoys particular clothing trends. “When I’m wearing a top, I don’t wear a bra. Previously speaking with Vogue about her sense of style, Rihanna said, “I basically wear a bra if I’m wearing one.” The jacket and bra were intentionally picked to integrate “both masculine and feminine traits, the clean tailoring and powerful lines always show confidence, while the bra adds a little unexpected flair,” according to Tara Swennen, Kristen’s stylist.
The Twilight actress can feel at ease wearing certain cuts, whether she decides to go braless or just pairs a brа with a stylish attire. The crop top’s stunning figure-flattering effect makes it a natural go-to these days, Tara concluded. Despite this, the Panic Room actress enjoys showing her unique sense of style. “My style is a little edgy and unorthodox. I prefer dressing in ways that highlight my personality because I feel lot more at ease and confident when I do, she recently told Vanity Fair. It will become repetitive if I look like everyone else. I like to stand out, even if other people don’t like what I’m wearing.