Thursday, December 2, 2010

Should You Go See Tangled?

The answer to that question is, Yes! I went to see it and I thought it was adorable. It is no Lion King or Beauty and the Beast but it is an enjoyable way to spend a Friday afternoon. And if you don't see it now you might have to wait an incredibly long time to get your Disney Princess fix in theaters. Edwin Catmull, president of Walt Disney Animation Studios, said that the studio was going to explore other stories in the foreseeable future before they create another Princess film.

And not only does this movie have kick-butt music, dancing, and characters. But Mandy Moore, voice of the long-haired Rapunzel, is as stylish as they come. I named her as one of the best dressed at the 2010 American Music Awards. But Mandy has brilliant style on and off the red carpet. But don't take my word for it. See for yourself.

Mandy Moore in a simple black dress [left] and a grey top, black cardigan, and jeans [right].

Mandy looks great in black. Simple. Sleek. And a huge leap from the blonde sugar pop girl she used to be. Love the delicate lace sleeves on her dress. And those shoes. Are to die! The heels is just high enough and I want them for my closet. Then she goes casual with a tee and jeans. Boots are the comfy shoes of autumn/winter. Kind of like how flats are slippers are for summer.

 Mandy Moore in a tiger-print golden dress [left] and 3.1 Phillip Lim [right].

The gold mini with its unexpected print is just stunning. The beautiful neckline also adds interest to an impeccably styled look. She paired everything with classic black Louboutins and a simple blazers. Blazers are truly a girl's best friend. They go with everything. At the complete opposite end Mandy decided to wear a Grecian one-shoulder gown. Her hair is soft and totally compliments her delicate outfit.

I really recommend you watch Tangled. Especially if you've already seen The Deathly Hallows twice [or seven times]. Or if you have little ones [brothers, sisters, daughters, sons] they'll enjoy it. Flynn [the prince charming of this film] has a larger role to attract the interest of little boys and has a secret. Gasp! So I'll talk to you guys later. Bye! :)