Blake Lively’s explains how her ‘life purpose’ is Robert Redford on Twitter Tuesday.
Blake Lively’s fashion game is over-the-top… “Great Gatsby”style, over-the-top.
The 31-year-old actress, who perfectly worn men’s clothing ensembles in the last few months, took to Twitter on Tuesday to share a side-by-side photo of himself and Robert Redford in “The Great Gatsby” both rocking a powder pink fits. If Lively — who wore her version of the costume of the british premiere of “A Simple Benefit” on Monday — noted, it is one of her “life goals” to be compared to Redford.
“Life Goal: To Who Wore It Better with Robert Redford. ✅ Another Life Goal: less leisure time spent on making photo collages of myself and Robert Redford,” she joked.
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Life Purpose: Who Wore It Better with Robert Redford. ✅ Another Life Goal: less leisure time spent on making photo collages of myself and Robert Redford. pic.twitter.com/2dWDb7dLkG
— Blake Lively (@blakelively) on September 18, 2018
During this fashion battle’s pretty close, Lively, who previously channeled Pee-wee Herman in a stylish appearance in April, have not always been confident in her appearance. Earlier this month she showed a little more than she intended to with a sheer top under her jacket.
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“I didn’t know that the see-through the shirt. That is not a look that I would go for. Because it is a men’s shirt!”, she said on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday, as she went to open up about an awkward encounter she had with a journalist that night.
“You know, when you’re freaking out about something and you know that all the others see?” she explained. “You know, you’re aware of everything everyone says, is to highlight this for one thing, you’re paranoid about it, but no one is really noticing.”
So Vividly remembered, she thought, a reporter shouted, “Your t-ts are great!”
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“I’m like, ‘What? We say that? Have you been on Google in the past year? This is not OK, ” she said, referring to the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements.
After a few minutes of confusion, the man added: “And your husband’s tweets are even better!”
“And I said, ‘Oh, tweets! Twitter!'” Lively said, laughing.