“And I’ll be happy for you; If you can be happy for me; Circles and triangles, and now we’re hanging out with your new girlfriend; So far from where we’ve been; I know we’re cool…” This week we’ve been saying goodbye to summer, by featuring Gwen Stefani’s many looks from her 2005 music video, “Cool.” As she reminisces about her past love in Italy, we’re reminiscing about the end of the sunny season. Here is Miss Stefani donning our favorite look of the video, a capped-sleeve red shift covered in white polka-dots with the jute cord wedges she’s been wearing throughout the whole video. Her flawless skin, beautiful eyes and flowing chocolate locks are a drop-dead stunning combination, and the best we’ve ever seen the famous blonde look. The Minnie Mouse print is timeless, and the hint of Gwen’s black bra makes her outfit both adorable and sexy. It’s time to say farewell to summer, but never forget the gorgeous clothes you wore, the places you went and young love you’ll always remember. <3
“We have changed but we’re still the same; After all that we’ve been through; I know we’re cool…” While covering all of our favorite looks from Gwen Stefani’s 2005 music video, “Cool,” here is the Hollaback girl herself wearing an old-fashioned bathing suit while canoodling with her boyfriend in a flashback. It’s definitely a happier time for the couple, while they’re hanging out on a dock in stunning Lake Como, Italy. Gwen sports a cornflower blue, 1950s one-piece with delicate white piping, and her cute jute cord wedges she has on in multiple scenes.
“Remember Harbor Boulevard; The dreaming days where the mess was made; Look how all the kids have grown…” Throughout our favorite Gwen Stefani music video, “Cool,” there is a definite nautical color scheme of navy blue and white, but Gwen manages to be seen in two stunning, brightly colored sheaths before its short four minutes are over. While waiting to meet up with her beau, Gwen is leaning against a bright yellow wall in Italy, donning an emerald green halter dress adorned with white leaves, and nude espadrille wedges, looking just like a sunflower in a garden patch. (Also, invoking ideas of Orla Kiely’s graphic nature prints…) We get to see the dress in its best light as the pair runs off to a wheat field in slow motion. The movement of the full skirt is beautifully feminine and carefree, just like the young woman she is. Although Gwen is seen fanning herself from the summer heat in this dress, she looks effortlessly cool.