Katie Holmes Wears Cutout Skirt Over Pleated Shirt Dress: Photos

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One other day, one other unconventional vogue assertion from Katie Holmes! The actress pushed vogue boundaries by sporting a costume and skirt — on the similar time. 

The Dawson’s Creek alum, 44, was a must-see as she stepped out in New York Metropolis to advertise her new movie, Uncommon Objects, on Tuesday, April 11, at 92NY. For the event, Holmes donned a white shirt costume beneath an asymmetrical skirt. The kilt featured a paisley design and was accomplished with a gaping cutout that uncovered the pleats of the Batman Begins star’s frock. Although surprising, the pairings complemented one another, creating an attention-grabbing outfit. 

Holmes teamed the look with an ivory high deal with bag from Prada and square-toe kitten heels. For glam, the Alone Collectively actress rocked rosy cheeks, shiny lips and styled her brunette tresses in free waves. 

Her Tuesday look comes shortly after she opened up about her viral cashmere bra that made headlines in August 2019. In an interview with WSJ. Journal printed on Monday, April 10, Holmes admitted that she has “no thought” why the bandeau, which she paired with an identical cardigan and thin denims, sparked a lot chatter. 

Katie Holmes Wears Skirt Over Dress
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“I really like the model Khaite,” Holmes stated of the designer of the comfy piece. “However I do not know why that took off. I’m unsure. I don’t know what a cashmere bra symbolized by way of girls going ahead — or backward.”

She added: “I imply, did I burn it? Maybe the cashmere bra ought to simply have the credit score go to its designers — because it was a step in course for girls to only have snug bras.”

Being a method icon isn’t the one accolade Holmes boasts. Along with staring in Uncommon Objects, the Ohio native directed, produced and cowrote the movie. The undertaking follows a younger lady as she works to rebuild her life with a job at an area vintage retailer. As she regains her sense of self and finds friendship with one other lady, the trauma of her previous “begins to resurface,” per IMDb. 

Holmes gushed in regards to the undertaking throughout her Wednesday, April 12, look on Right now, telling host Hoda Kotb: “It feels fantastic.”

She continued: “What was most necessary to me about making this film and what was so engaging to me [about the book by Kathleen Tessaro], was this friendship between these two girls. I really feel so grateful for the ladies in my life, who’ve supported me … and I felt like that was one thing I actually wished see on display screen— that human connection, it could actually actually make a distinction in somebody’s life.”