Ordinarily, I find that Angelina Jolie is a model for how a modern woman should dress for the occasion. Jolie never looks glamorous in a refugee camp or war zone, nor does she wear frilly, girlish ensembles when she’s meeting with heads of state. She saves the glamour for the red carpet, and while her red carpet style can be hit-or-miss, the point is that she’s always occasion-appropriate.
I think this might be the wrong ensemble though. Angelina has been in Cambodia this week, prepping the film adaptation of First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers. She met with Prime Minister Hun Sen at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh on Thursday. This is what she wore – slim-cut black slacks, nude Louboutins and this totally see-through white blouse. I believe that the blouse is probably something she picked up in Cambodia, and it’s probably a traditional Cambodian peasant blouse or something. But that doesn’t change the fact that it’s so thin, we can see her bra completely.
Does it even matter though? The Cambodian government has long been supportive of Angelina, and Angelina has done a lot for Cambodia. She’s invested a lot of money in the country, including dedicating resources to a wildlife preserve and de-mining efforts. She’s done so much for Cambodia that they made her an honorary citizen several years back. So, while I still think Angelina could have, like, worn a blazer, it probably doesn’t matter.
Sources tell People Magazine that Angelina has been in Cambodia all week, scouting locations for the film. The film will “have an all-Cambodian cast and be shot entirely in the Asian nation.”
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