Posted Sep 06 2010 @ 09:45 PM
Taking her laidback style to the streets, Drew Barrymore heads out of her office in West Hollywood on September 3. While the rest of us are savoring the last few days of summer, Drew set forth in an autumn appropriate striped sweater (get cozy in Ella Moss' Tompson Cardigan in Navy) with loose fitting trousers (try Tag Jeans' Century City Trouser in Charcoal or Joe's Jeans' cropped Skinny Military Pant in Charcoal) and tan sandals (check out Farylrobin's Wilson in Taupe). Drew carried a taupe tote slung over her shoulder (I'm loving Rough Roses' Riley Messenger in Ash for fall), wearing her hair in loose waves as she went about her Hollywood business. What do you think of Drew's street style? Not quite as impressive as her sparkly night time look for her "Late Night" appearance earlier this week, but I still think her style is noticeably cleaned up from years past. With her new film Going The Distance in theatres, Drew has been reflecting on how her real life relates to the big screen in interviews: "My whole life has been long-distance relationships. I relate to it very much. It's hard, but it's what we really go through in life. … I don't want to be in far-fetched roles anymore. I don't want scenarios that I wouldn't go through as a human being in real life." Next on her path is a role as a Greenpeace volunteer in a drama called Everybody Loves Whales - wonder if this is a reflection of her stance on animal rights? We'll have to wait and see!
Drew Barrymore seen in West Hollywood, CA on Sep 03 2010.
But I'm sorry to hear she doesn't want to do "far-fetched roles" anymore, especially if she means some of my favorite little movies where she was the cutie-pie. But I understand, she's grown up now.guest on Sep 07 2010 @ 04:36 AM
psssssssss: SHE IS AS CRAZY AS AN ONION, folks!!guest on Sep 07 2010 @ 08:25 PM
love the striped top and would love the pants as well if they didnt fit her so terribly. looks like she borrowed a pair from her grandpas closet. -OGguest on Sep 11 2010 @ 11:01 AM