Is Will Ferrell Dressing Like His Characters?

11/14/2006 at 05:00 PM ET

Why pay a personal stylist when there are costume designers around? Just compare Will Ferrell’s red carpet threads at the Talladega Nights premiere to his wardrobe — that Crystal Gayle t-shirt looks mighty familiar. And that royal blue suit he wore to Stranger Than Fiction‘s recent opening? Yep. It’s a Domenico Vacca suit from the film (and movie poster). “Why buy my own clothes?” Ferrell said when recently pressed by Entertainment Weekly. “I know the ones from the film will fit me.” It definitely takes the guess work out of shopping, but doesn’t he miss picking out his own clothes? What do you think? Is Ferrell a lazy dresser? Or maybe, is it the perfect fit for him?

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Bunky on

You need an apostrophe in “ones”.

Courtney on

LOL I saw Stranger than Fiction it was hilarious! I LOVE WILL FERRELL!!

Natalee on

I completely agree Andrea. The way Will dresses is part of his personality. Personally, I wouldn’t want him to change. I love the funny Will Ferrell that came from SNL. I like to see more celebs just dress normal. For cripes sakes, why drops hundreds of $$$$$ on a t-shirt? Can’t we just wear what is hot at Wal-Mart or something? Someone else said it already in a post, but for Tabitha, how is it right to just go out and spend hard earned money? I guess if you have a money tree in your back yard, it’s okay. Why spend it all on clothes? Is this what life is all about? Have we gone a little concieted or maybe have gone to money grubbing ways? Have you begun to think like “K-Fed” lately? Since clothes are so important, I guess it’s okay to just spend and not invest wisely and think about your future. Hollywood changes all the time, out with the old, in with the new.

Tabitha on

I have to say thanks Bunky! To Jade… who brought up the topic of “modern feminist movement” haha you are on a blog posted by people about clothing? Not that it’s any of your business but yes I work very hard…. I just passed my bar exam and was hired on with a firm ealier this year, and I do make more money than my husband and I am out spending MY hard earned money! Don’t put words in my mouth … It’s just a blog quite being so ignorant and uptight! Get a grip!

tabitha on

Wow in regards to Natalee… what is wrong with you people on this blog .. number one it’s a blog number two yes I have worked extremely hard to get to where I am today soooo to answer your question no I haven’t gone to money grubbing ways like K-fed I’m not going to apologize for my sucess I am going to celebrate it… I didn’t say she should go buy him a million dollars in clothes .. jeez … he makes umpteen millions people he can afford to spend a few dollars on some clothes …. whether it be Target or Versace I don’t care to be honest …

Christina on

Correcting grammar is appropriate. If I am going to post comments on a blog, any blog, I make sure my words are spelled correct. When you come across a blog that has several grammatical errors, you tend to discredit their ideas. Why would I listen to someone who does not even take the time to proof read his or her work before submitting it? If you do not like to be corrected, then stop making grammatical errors.

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