Julia Fox's Groutfit Is Hanging On by 1,000 Threads
Julia Fox Gray String Cutout Outfit New York City
Julia Fox isn't one to shy away from bold fashion choices or borderline bizarre beauty beats. But her latest outfit has taken the "groufit" to a whole new level that includes laces, straps and lots of them.
On Tuesday, Fox appeared in a gray set coordinated with Alejandre, which included a super cropped cut-out shirt tied in the front with long thin strips and very messy cargo pants with a floss center part and a snap-close bikini line, which she left partially undone to reveal her hips. Ivory pointed-toe pumps accompanied the look, which she accessorised with a black baguette bag and a thin headband that pushed her hair back. Fox kept her bleached brows, which she debuted in May.
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A frequent tempter in skimpy tops, lace-up dresses and high-waisted bras, it's clear that Fox is committed to giving her fans plenty to see. She recently told People that she feels her wild outfits are a "visual service" to the world.
"Sometimes the paparazzi get me and I look like shit, you know?" she explained. "If they get me, I might as well make the best of it. I feel like I'm doing a service. I am rendering a service.”
But public perception doesn't really bother the actress; She only cares about one person's opinion: her own. "I think just being fearless, not caring about doing what I feel like doing and not caring about whether society thinks it's normal or not. If I think it's cool, then it's cool."
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