Justin Timberlake does ‘a lot’ of Jessica Biel’s shoe shopping: ‘I love women’s shoes’

70th Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals

For years now, Jessica Biel has not had great style. I do think she’s pretty, but her whole “look” is usually a failure, whether it’s bad hair, a bad dress, bad makeup or various combinations of all three. For a while there, she had bangs and they were too long and too thick and they literally ruined every single one of her looks. These days, she’s been looking a bit better (I thought her Emmy look was pretty good). So who gets credit? According to Justin Timberlake, he gets credit, because he cares deeply about Jessica’s clothes and shoes. JT chatted with People Magazine about his Fresh Leaves line with Levi’s, and he ended up talking about Jessica’s fashion.

Justin Timberlake reveals that he’s typically the curator of his wife Jessica Biel‘s shoe selection.

“A lot of times I’ll push her to try something, like, ‘You should own a pair of Jordans, just because,’” Timberlake, 37, tells PEOPLE. “I do a lot of her shoe shopping; I love women’s shoes.”

When it comes to red carpet style, he knows all eyes are on Biel (as they were at the Emmys, below, where she was nominated for her performance in The Sinner) and he does whatever he can to be a good-looking date.

“I make sure that I coordinate with my wife, for sure,” he says when asked if he and Biel ever match their outfits on the red carpet. “It’s like what they say about partner dancing: frame her. Be there to be the frame!”

But his style advice isn’t just reserved for Biel. He says he’s already building up an impressive collection of pieces to give to their 3-year-old son, Silas, one day. “He’s built just like me, so there are two things — my Jordans and my Levi’s—that I’ll probably pass down to him. I love fashion so I always try to do like a little bit of a swerve on whatever [outfit] I’m [wearing], but style is not meant to be taken too literally; I try not to overthink it,” he explains about his own fashion sense.

[From People]

I feel like we hear this often enough from celebrity men, that they care about their lady’s shoes and feet. Personally, that doesn’t impress me – a foot/shoe fetish is a pretty basic, vanilla fetish for most men, so it’s not titillating or weird when a guy is like “I want to see my lady in Choos or Louboutins.” Call me when your husband has an opinion on your brows or whether hot pink is really replacing Millennial Pink. I’m more interested in Justin pretending to think that he’s not the main attraction when he’s on the carpet with Jessica – “It’s like what they say about partner dancing: frame her.” LOL. He’s not capable of that. If he’s on a red carpet, he thinks he’s the biggest deal there. He’ll talk over Jessica in every one of her interviews, he’ll try to pull focus, and if he could, he would wear the loudest, most clashing suit out there. Framing, my ass.

Something nice: Justin and Jessica visited LeBron James’ I Promise school.

70th Emmy Awards (2018) Arrivals

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Originaltessa says:

    I was in love with him as a teenager. Obsessed. Now he’s like my least favorite celebrity. It’s funny how that happened. No comment on the shoes. We already know he’s a controlling jackass.

  2. Melissa Melissa says:

    I read somewhere, years ago, that Justin Timberlake is one of the most charitable celebrities around and that he does/gives a lot with little to no publicity. I don’t know how true that is or if anyone else has heard about it but I’ve tolerated him just for that.

    I don’t usually like men who tell their partners what to wear, or what they should try. It can be cute and genuine, but something about it rubs me the wrong way, almost the same as those style experts who think they know what a woman should wear, in what season she should wear it, the “must haves” ect.

    I’d rather a man does like my late father used to do for my Mother, let her have unlimited access to buy whatever she wanted and he would take them to the dry cleaners once a month. :)

    • Myriam says:

      I’m torn about this. When I hear about JT and Kanye doing that, it rubs me the wrong way as well, but my husband dos that. He’s not a stylist by any means, but he genuinely appreciates clothes and styling. He always has, since high school. When we met, I idealized what I would like to wear but always chose the most basic, simple articles of clothing. I’m talking BASIC. He started buying me clothes and it helped me find my style. Half of the clothes in my closet is something he bought, and I get tons of compliments, so I don’t know.

      • BooRadley says:

        I have a coworker, in her 60′s and I am so envious of her style. absolutely devine, accessible and chic. and she always gives credit to her husband (2nd marriage), he buys online for her like its his job (it’s not, although he is retired, so he’s kind of made it his job) he’s not 100% accurate sometimes she has to send things back, but rarely. I want him to become my personal shopper. he just adores his wife, and likes to adorn her appropriately. its just so damn sweet.

  3. Miss M says:

    At least he likes something related to women…

  4. Mumbles says:

    “You should own a pair of Jordans, just because.” Our consumerist culture summarized in the words of an idiot.

  5. StormsMama says:

    Just came here to say:
    🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

    No that’s a lie, I also came to say- in the words of Lainey- we will #neverforget

  6. Ebi says:

    My husband has an opinion on brows. He calls the super dark and drawn on ones angry bird browows. One day he looked at me and thought I looked different and then said Freida! He’s into it. Occasionally comments on my mountains of shoes, but doesn’t offer to help pick them out.

  7. Cay says:

    He wants to pass down his Levi’s but he owns/owned a jeans line. Very strange.

    Since when are Jordans “women’s shoes”?

  8. sunshine cookie says:

    Is he trying to build a career as a style icon?
    And Biel’s style might not be the most sophisticated self-deprecating style it is hardly really bad. Usually she gets it without standing out for one reason or another.
    I want Biel to be a good actress instead of being a fashionista.

  9. Laura says:

    Jessica Biel is gorgeous 😍 Justin Timberlake makes decent music and I found him entertaining in “Bad Teacher” but I’ve never found him attractive 😐

  10. Cantgoogleme says:

    Have to disagree; I think she’s very stylish. She’s had some misses but really puts striking looks together and quite constantly lovely hair and make up. I’d say she, Blake Lively and Olivia Wilde can really dress.

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      Easy Virtue is one of my favourite films and I adore how she was styled in that. 1920 flapper looks suit Biel so well.