August 2nd, 2007

Alex Curran-Gerrard: Working a Theme

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…and by theme, we mean red and white polka dot gingham fiesta. 

Top half, WAG sass to perfection (she looks rather gorge, no?)  Bottom half, prairie-roaming rattan wedgefest of issues.

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34 Responses to “Alex Curran-Gerrard: Working a Theme”

  1. Jack Debt says:

    The dress and bag are OK, but the shoes…hmm I don’t think so.

    Just scroll down the picture, to just show the shoes and imagine the face of the woman that should use this kind of shoes. Anything other than a pretty lady.

  2. Robin says:

    I’m jealous of Alex Curran in only one way – I covet her husband.

  3. Nicole says:

    That’s what I like to refer to as a scrolldown. As in:

    “Aw, look how cute that outfit is (scrolldown the page) OH MY GOD she looks like hell!“

  4. lisa says:

    yes i am “jealous” of Alex Curran

    you got it in one (!!!!)

  5. dani says:

    aint we all jelous of her in that case she got a FIT husband lol

  6. Cate says:

    OH MY GOD.

    Ladies! Please! We must unite aginst the common enemy, not bitch amongst ourselves! No need to shout, mm-kay?

    That said, I can’t understand why she would be a role-model. What does she do? Or for that case, done?

  7. dani says:

    I AGREE WITH YOU EDEN
    LISA WHAT HAVE YOU GOT AGAINST HER ARE YOU JELOUS OR SUMTHIN IT DOESNT MATTER IF HER FIGURE IS REAL OR NOT IT STILL FABULOUS AND IM SURE SHE IS A ROLE MODEL TO LOADS OF PEOPLE

  8. lisa says:

    thats the problem with the world today:

    quote:

    Shes a real role model

    - kids thinking that footballers wives are role models!!!!

    as for her great figure, its not exactly real is it?!

  9. lisa says:

    i believe i said i HOPE no one listens to her

  10. Cate says:

    Well, know is rather misleading. We’ve met, and I’ve spent a reasonable amount of time talking to her.

    We didn’t have a whole lot in common so I hit the snack bar.

  11. Cate says:

    I know the girl who plays the bossy blond one. We met at a friend’s birthday party.

    Kind, but a little on the vapid side. She acts well, though.

  12. Robin says:

    I was shocked and stunned when I saw posters all over NY advertising a Bratz doll movie. Thank god I do not own a niece who would beg me to take her.

    I didn’t even get my first Barbie till I was 18 as I had parents who didn’t want Barbie to be a *ahem* role model.

    You know those gingham wedges would look fab on Barbie with a little white t-shirt dress or short shorts…..hmmmm…..

  13. kickette says:

    oh how we adore our readers and the comment debates that take place!  all of you we want to marry.

    now here’s the thing about role models…. we do prefer ours with some form of genuine talent/social impact etc, but let’s not take away the skills of the WAGs here.  how would we know what not to wear, or how to spend a man’s money properly?  hmmm? amelia earhart certainly wouldn’t have been caught dead in a pair of gingham wedgies, and where’s the fun in that?

    anyway, aren’t the bratz dolls the ones we’re all supposed to be emulating?  no?  seriously?  anyone?

  14. Cate says:

    *weeps for the impending collapse of western civilization*

    Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio?
    Our nation turns it’s lonely eyes to you.

    Remember when people thought Elvis was a degenerate?

  15. Robin says:

    Aw – I remember the days when a role model was someone like a fireman, or even maybe an astronaut, someone who did good for the community. Where have those days gone Joe Dimaggio?
    After reading this thread, I would think that someone who can spell well and write proper English would serve as a fabulous role model.

    BTW (please note the ‘social role’ I do believe that may be a clue!)
    - The term role model was introduced by Robert K. Merton[1]. Merton says that individuals compare themselves with “reference groups” of people who occupy the social role to which the individual aspires.[2] The term has passed into general use to mean any person who is an example to others.

  16. Cate says:

    Alright.

    *waves hands*

    Good luck.

  17. DANI says:

    YES ii DO THANX
    LOOK WE CLEARLY BOTH HAVE DIFFERENT OPINIONS ON ALEX CURRAN-GERRARD SO LETS JUSS LEAVE IT THERE

  18. Cate says:

    WHYYYYYYYYYYY?!

    That is the question! Why?! What does she dooooooo?!

    How can she be a role model when she contributes next to nothing? Do you understand what a role model is?

  19. DANI says:

    THATS THEM NOT HER STEVEN GERRARD ISNT THE LOVE EM AND LEAVE EM TYPE IS HE AND HE ISNT LIKELY TO LEAVE THEM IN MASSES OF DEBT NOT WITH THE MONEY HE EARNS
    ROLE MODEL SHE IS MAYBE NOT TO YOU BUT SHE IS TO LOADS OF OTHER PEOPLE

  20. Cate says:

    Excuse me?

    What about working single mothers who were left by their husbands with a pile of debt and a two year old whom they have to clothe, feed, and rear while holding together a failing business and without the money to hire a baby-sitter?

    Don’t feed me that line of bull. I don’t care what you think of her as a person, but role model she is not. I want to see her contribute something of value, like using all that spare time she has to clothe and feed the homeless, or sponser some charity work, before I even consider her as a role model.

  21. dani says:

    it doesnt matter what she has done..she has her newspaper column. she doesnt work because she has 2 young kids to look after and she does that amazingly..so y doesnt everyone just leave her alone

  22. eden says:

    She looks fab in everythinh she wears including this i think the shoes look lovely n shes a real style icon 2 me i think she dresses bettah than victoria n coleen aniiwaii altho them 2 alwais loof great 2 but shes so prettii aswell n such a great figure
    Shes a real role model
    xox

  23. dani says:

    i like the dress but i have to agree with the bit bout the shoes..
    lisa your totally rong bout no one listneing to wat she rites in her column i bet loads of people listen to wat she has to say

  24. Robin says:

    The shoes make me think of Daisy Duke (as in the Dukes of Hazzard for all you non-Americans). Nuf said.

  25. Ania says:

    The Daily Mirror

  26. Becca says:

    I Like It Up To The Knees ..  I Agree With You Jen… I Loe Her Style Sometimes But She Has To Be Individual… What Magazine/Newspaper Is Her Column In?
    Becca x

  27. LISA says:

    Why is she clashing so badly – polka dots and gingham! haha it just shows money carnt buy u class, i just hope no one listens to her in her stupid column

  28. carly says:

    She’s so tall – why does she need those awful wedges? Yak! The pattern reminds me of those old patterns in jam-jars.

  29. Hello says:

    i think the dress would be ok with different shoes….perhaps a pair of flat sandals?

  30. Gail says:

    Hey its good to be individual i like her style.!!

  31. Jen says:

    Cut that dress off at the knees and put her in some plain red shoes and it’d be totally cute.

    So close, and yet so far…

  32. Cate says:

    I’m finding it hard to hold onto my hate. Every day I feel myself beginning to accept her more and more.

    *goes off to look at photos of her at Aintree*

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