What Was Kirsten Dunst Thinking?

03/29/2007 at 04:33 PM ET

Never mind the new guy, Johnny Borrell of the British band Razorlight. What we can’t get over is what Kirsten was thinking when she put together her pub-hopping outfit on Tuesday night. Let’s start with the obvious — yellow thigh-highs with orthopedic oxfords? A dress that’s so short that it qualifies as a shirt? And the clashing bright-red Chanel purse and maroon floral scarf? Oh, Kirsten. We’re all for mix-and-matching, and London is the right place to try out eccentric fashion choices … but we can’t help but think that you’ve missed the mark on this one. Tell us: What do you think of Kirsten’s oufit? Would you ever wear it?

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Photo: BBH Pictures

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Susan on

Maybe she dressed in the dark…. SMILE

CarolMariane on

Love the scarf and the thigh-high tights…only

kamilla on

my god!

even though i lived in the u.s. for a while i’m always shocked by how conservative everything over there is, especially the fashion sense!

i, (and surely european girls everywhere) love this look and wish i would have put this outfit together first!

Jessica on

I actually think she looks cute too..

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