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If we were to look at Blake Lively by the numbers for Tuesday, it would look something like this: One city, two morning-show appearances, seven totally unique ensembles, and six different hairstyles. Retail value of all those outfits? We can only assume: staggering!
Blake Lively on ‘Good Morning America’
The Age of Adaline star is certainly making up for any time lost while she was pregnant and missing out on public appearances last year. She first arrived at the Good Morning America studio in a red and gray plaid fall 2015 Marc Jacobs coat, along with a retro pinned-back hairdo. Once inside, she revealed an oxblood leather and plaid look by the same designer.
Blake Lively leaving ‘Good Morning America’
After the show, she left in a stunning color-blocked yellow, turquoise and white Roksanda resort 2015 dress and matching coat, paired with Christian Louboutin “Front Double” pumps and a sleek center-parted ponytail.
Later she was photographed arriving at Live with Kelly and Michael with her hair down in loose waves, wearing a hot pink- and black-striped wrap dress by Kristinit with lace-up Alexa Wagner zebra pumps and matching lipstick.
For her actual appearance on the show, she donned a Sam and Lavi palm-printed strapless jumpsuit that she wore with strappy Charlotte Olympia heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, her side-parted hair again looking inspired by vintage screen stars.
Yet later in the morning, Lively wore her hair in a bun, and stepped out in an exotic John Galliano koi-printed minidress and coat combo, with Sophia Webster gladiator heels and bright orange-red lips.
Lastly, the new mom to daughter James (who she told interviewers was given a family name because she liked having a boy’s name), changed into a monochromatic Cushnie et Ochs lilac-hued jumpsuit and coat, her locks down loose and flowing. And hopefully after all that, she went home and rested.
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