I liked her bob with bangs but it had become so popular that she probably got tired of seeing herself coming and going. Maybe little Suri needed the look for herself.
Check out this outfit. If you wonder how to wear those long, skinny scarves, here is a perfect casual example. I love this outfit and her style in general. To me she is the ultimate in French Chic. You don't have to have a big wardrobe or a lot of time to put together this look. Go ahead, copy it, and the haircut too if you dare!
All you need is a tshirt, cardigan, well-fitted jeans, cool belt and accent scarf expertly tied. If you love scarves but don't know how to wear them, go to a little scarf website called Hermes and download their book called "Playtime with Your Scarf" on how to tie scarves.
I can't see what kind of purse she has on, but one thing I notice is that it isn't ginormous. Maybe it is a glimmer of normal sized bags coming back on the scene.
Look how shiny and healthy her hair looks. I'm not going to be naive and think that there is not color involved here, however I think that having healthy looking hair should be our goal. The overprocessed look is so over. Oh, that reminds me to tell you that after 3 years of natural color hair I had my hair highlighted. G wanted to see me with blonde again. I told him it's a slippery slope of expense and damaged hair, but whatever. The heart wants what it wants. I don't think my hair was ever this shiny anyway. Who am I kidding? I do think blondes haver more fun too.
Whatever Katie does with her hair, she is a beauty. She has one of my favorite styles to steal. My other favorites are Reese Witherspoon, Eva Mendes and Salma Hayek.
Here is the old haircut with Suri. Wouldn't it be great if we could all have a stylist to make us over every so often? I know I would love an impartial person to make these decisions for me, shop for me and whose job it is to make me look good. Because even Katie Holmes, as glamorous as she is now, had a girl-next-door style before Tom Cruise.
I am not a stylist, but an important part of the style process is cleaning out what you don't want to be "you" anymore. Going through your closet and feeling how each item makes you feel is a start for you to see how you have moved on from a certain style. If you can't decide, try it on and look in the mirror or in front of a friend. Focus on how it makes you feel. If it's the color, fabric, shape, fit that is giving you a bad feeling, don't make yourself look at it anymore. Let it go to someone who will wear it. You deserve to have a closet full of clothes that make you feel great.