It’s no secret that Elizabeth Banks loves to keep herself ultra fashionable for appearances. It’s where the actress gets to display her styling prowess. She does not disappoint, of course. Each time she sashays onto the red carpet, she looks awesome.
Off duty, however, Elizabeth isn’t always as dolled up. She favors jeans over skirts, and prefers a style that’s more laid back than anything else. Late last month, right before her Hunger Games co-star, Philip Seymour Hoffman, was found dead due to drug overdose, Elizabeth was spotted arriving at LAX while clad in garb that could only be labeled as simple yet elegantly tough and cool. Elizabeth wore black skinnies and a navy sweater for the plane ride, then capped off the outfit with rugged mid-calf boots and a color-blocked scarf. Check out Elizabeth’s outfit and tell us if you approve:
Elizabeth Banks arrives at LAX to catch a plane ride, January 28, 2014
Well, do you think she looks good? Or does her raggy scarf look out of place? Do you kind of wish she had on a different piece instead, maybe a printed one with vibrant colors?
Yes, we agree. Elizabeth definitely looks a little too cool for her neck warmer. However, the scarf doesn’t look bad either. It’s just, well, a bit too ordinary. If it were up to us, thought, this beautifully-printed piece from Carven would have done wonders to her outfit. Would you agree?
Earlier this week, Elizabeth expressed her shock over Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death while appearing on “Today” to promote her latest flick (The Lego Movie) saying, she’s “still processing” his passing. Below is a clip of her guest appearance if you wish to watch it.
Also, just yesterday, we found the Elizabeth wrapped in the same tri-colored scarf once again, while out grabbing some coffee. This time, she wore the piece with a leather vest and black over-the-knee boots. The outfit was promising but it was also bordering on ordinary. A more polished-looking scarf would have given her ensemble more impact.
Elizabeth Banks grabs coffee while out and about in LA, February 8, 2014