Style shrinks: Our experts analyse Oona 'Game of Thrones' Chaplin's summer charm
Rebecca Gonsalves: What's nicer than a messy bun and a natural make-up look on a hot summer's day?
Hugh Montgomery: So understated! And joyous! Unlike that thing in that TV show we do not speak of (hurrah!/Oh god/NO SPOILERZ)
Rebecca: Ahh, a pair of PBPs (plain black pumps), the workhorse of any partygoer's wardrobe.
Hugh: These are fine. And benefit from being neither red nor suitable for a wedding (hurrah!/Oh god/NO SPOILERZ )
Rebecca: The all- in-one is definitely having a red-carpet moment, and this is a suitably jazzy affair – it looks like something from the "Dynasty" wardrobe archive.
Hugh: The jumpsuit is up there with the anchovy and the Volvo estate in the pantheon of failsafe items, right?
Rebecca: Loving the baroque belt buckle, but did she cycle to the event and stash her hi-vis and helmet in the tote bag? How else to explain such a mismatch?
Hugh: You say "mismatch", I say "juxtaposition"
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