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Copy Her Style: Katie Holmes

By |   December - 1 - 2009
Katie Holmes Dizzy Feet
Katie Holmes Dizzy Feet

You heard it here first, okay maybe you didn’t but a while back a reported that the must have jacket for this season is a grey leather coat. Well, Katie Holmes with her impeccable and trend making fashion style proves it in here light grey leather jacket at and black mini skirt at the Dizzy Feet Celebration of Dance.

Katie Holmes is one of the co-founders of Dizzy Feet a group that provides assistance to people who cannot afford to follow their dreams of becoming professional dancers. She showed up at the recent event in Hollywood in a sexy but simple little black dress, a miniskirt version, and to top off the dress and make it more seasonally appropriate, (also to prove my point about the grey leather jackets) she threw on a light grey leather jacket. Finally she completed the outfit with a pair of strappy platform sandals in a simple black color.

The only problem with Katie Holmes’s look here is her hair. My hair looks better than that after waking up in the backseat of a cab with used chewing gum stuck to it, seriously. What in the world was she thinking going to a charity event for a foundation that she is co-founder of without even running a comb through her hair? I mean anyone who does their own hair without a team of stylists knows that the messy hair look takes time and work and does not consist of actually just throwing your hair into a ponytail after a roll in the hay.

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