Some people say she tries so bad at being “edgy” …

Comment on Celebrity Fashion Moment of the Day: Leighton Meester in leather at Chanel Couture by Kookakicha.

Some people say she tries so bad at being “edgy” but I think she just got it here. It looks so good. The shoes, the make-up, the hair, the dress. She’s comfortable in it and it looks like it. So I approve of this look fervently hehe.
And I totally agree with Natasha about the rude comment. I’d rather have someone tell me my dress is ugly than my face. And Leighton looks stunning here.

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When the dress is sold out, I could understand it or if the place where the buyer lives has no Zara or whatever.

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This trend will soon be replaced by something else and hipsters will be so passe.

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