You guys! VELVET LACE MESH SWEATER HALTER TOP officially has thousands (plural!) of followers.
I’m so proud.
Like Gillian here, I feel like I’ve won an award.
Quick, someone find me an asymmetrical twisted cutout neckline stretch fancy lycra ball gown and a hip brooch.
Autumn is the perfect time to go for a weekend drive in the country.
Gillian here has made sure to wear a large-lapel satin dress shirt, poly-blend business suit and an official-issue FBI ball cap in case of any late fall sun exposure, or impromptu swat team softball games.
In case you missed it…Gillian ain’t ’fraid of no ghost.
Nor is she, apparently, afraid of no GIANT HAIR.
Just a little street muffin in a velvet (?) bucket hat, ready to take on the world.
This is how I would like to think Gillian will greet her fans at NY Comicon this weekend. Clearly she’s ready to have a very serious discussion about complex female characters and international conspiracies, as well as plaid-patterned button-up shirts, side parts and Manolos.
Today, in the middle of what this writer has unofficially dubbed “Gillian Anderson Week,” our intrepid style icon visited sesame street.
In that vein, I think this little iridescent pastel hair sweater, dual-strand pearl choker necklace and oval glasses look would be a great addition to Autostraddle’s excellent list of Gillian Anderson-Inspired Halloween Costumes. Let’s call it…The Mauve Monster.
Series one of many.
Autumn, a couple of decades ago. This sweet little baby was just hanging around amongst the leaves in a relaxed poly-blend taupe blazer and a scoop-neck white cotton shirt with rose flower buttons, dreaming of autumns to come.
Specifically, one in which when she’d have penned her own novel, brought the house down as the lead in one of the most popular theatrical productions in London’s history, and starred in not one, but two Mostly Overcast Psychological Horror Procedural Dramas Featuring a Strong Scandinavian or Gaelic Jawline, and Gillian Anderson.
"I know you think you saw fire emanating from this area, but what you actually saw was just a Vision of Fire. You can put away the tea.”
Step into the Wayback Wednesday Machine, readers.
We’ve seen this look before, but perhaps we did not notice these stealthily suave snakeskin trousers, paired with a patterned button-up shirt, a chunky brown leather heeled sandal and an irreverent side part.
From the Marlene Dietrich files: A purple shiny suit with no shirt underneath, vampy birdcage with feather accents, roller set curls and a fancy skinny cigarette holder.
Not bad for a Monday look, I suppose.
“Glasses, thumb ring, hat.
Call me Glasses, Thumb Ring, Hat man.”
To start your work week off right, here is a picture of Gillian winning an Italian award for killing it. Also, for once again taking the cake for the most flowered flower print maxi dress garment of all time.
Five blazing stars for Ms. Anderson’s performance in A Streetcar Named Desire, but my overwhelming feeling upon leaving the theatre was that I really wished the costume and makeup artists had taken more inspiration from this oversized dress shirt, light metallic nail polish and black forest ham lip treatment look.