Casual summer outfit for women: ‘Despicable Me 3’ stars wear Marc Jacobs dress, Stuart Weitzman shoes, Alice McCall top, skirt

Those who are looking for casual summer outfit for women should consider what Kristen Wiig and Jenny Slate wore at the premiere of “Despicable Me 3” on June 24, Saturday, in Los Angeles. Here are six items they wore:

  1. Marc Jacobs dress

While looking chic, youthful and vibrant, Wiig looked very comfortable with the floral dress. In particular, it is a Geo Spot V-Neck Maxi Dress, which is available on the Marc Jacobs website.

  1. Irene Neuwirth jewelry

Making Wiig even cooler was her jewelry. It was designed by a native of Southern California whose fundamental inspiration is the ocean.

  1. Stuart Weitzman shoes

Wiig paired her dress and jewelry with a pair of black shoes. Along with other designs, the sandal she wore is available at the Stuart Weitzman website.

  1. Edie Parker clutch

To complete her summer outfit, Wiig carried with her a clutch handbag. More details about the accessory are available on the Eddie Parker website.

  1. Alice McCall top

As for Slate, she opted for a top that allows her to show more of herself. The top is for those who are willing to show more skin.

  1. Alice McCall skirt

Like Slate’s top, her skirt gave her a bolder look. Various designs can be seen on Alice McCall website.

 

Wiig and Slate were joined by their “Despicable Me 3” co-star Steve Carell during the premiere. In the animated film, Wiig, Slate and Carell voice Lucy, Valerie Da Vinci and Gru/Dru, respectively.

Also present during the event were Pharrell Williams, Tia Mowry, Angie Harmon and Jamie Camil. Williams was with his wife Helen Lasichanh while Mowry was with his son Cree Hardrict, according to Just Jared.

Williams has five new songs on the soundtrack of “Despicable Me 3.” He also contributed songs to the two previous installments.

 

(photo from Facebook/Despicable Me)

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About Conan Altatis

I am a journalist, scriptwriter, filmmaker and actor who loves to tell stories about show business and mixed martial arts and anything in between.
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