Kristen Stewart Picked Up by ‘Fashion Police’

Filed in Gather Entertainment News Channel by on July 21, 2012 0 Comments

This weekend, Kristen Stewart was singled out by the Fashion Police for the threads she donned at Comic-Con 2012. While some members of this panel liked her very casual look, others were not so impressed.

That panel consisted of Joan Rivers, Giuliana Rancic, George Kotsoipolous, and Melissa Rivers sitting in for Kelly Osbourne on the E! Entertainment show that airs every week.

And every week, some high-profile star like KStew is scrutinized for what that person has worn in recent days. So, with the Twilight saga star in San Diego for Comic-Con, she chose to be swathed in a mellow yellow mini skirt from BCBG and a crop top that showed a bit of belly while talking about the upcoming last movie from the franchise that made her famous.

That outfit was fine, especially according to George, who thought the youthful look suited this 21-year-old. However, the high-top black sneakers she paired with this pale ensemble left something to be desired for other members of the panel who thought she should have stepped up her look a bit while representing her movie with all her co-stars, including boyfriend Robert Pattinson.

And so, while Kristen Stewart was ticketed by certain members of the Fashion Police, she was given a good girl citation from the guy in the group who appreciated her sartorial style on this particular occasion when she could have chosen to go more formal or she could have been dressed down even more.

In fact, KStew struck a happy medium that at least made George K happy about what she wore for this often colorful event that takes place in San Diego, California, every year. Indeed, fashion beauty is, apparently, in the eye of the beholder.

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