Reese In Style – Fendi dress Stephanie Kantis ring

Reese Witherspoon In Style May Cover Giampaolo Sgura
Reese Witherspoon In Style May Cover – Giampaolo Sgura

Looking spectacular in a feathered Fendi dress accessorized with a gorgeous Stephanie Kantis ring, Reese Witherspoon appears on the cover of the May 2015 issue of In Style Magazine. The actress has that radiant glow of someone who has lived a pretty charmed life.

Indisputably one of the most stylish women in Hollywood, Reese has that ability to look like a million bucks no matter what she’s wearing. We don’t know who’s responsible for keeping Reese in style. Whoever it is, whether it’s Reese herself or a professional stylist, they definitely know how to make Reese capture our attention. And we especially like Reese’s style when she wears things that are actually in the every day girl’s affordable price range.

Reese Witherspoon talking In Style magazine May 2015 cover photo shoot
Video screen capture – Reese Witherspoon talking In Style magazine May 2015 cover photo shoot

Being blonde and beautiful has paid major dividends for Reese throughout her career. At 39 the actress continues to shine in the spotlight well over 2 decades since landing her first major acting role.

And She’s A Time 100 Pioneer

In addition to the In Style May 2015 cover, Reese has been named one of The 100 Most Influential People by TIME magazine. She made the list of TIME 100 Pioneers for possessing what writer Mindy Kaling called an inspiring and influential level of resourcefulness.

From Time Magazine (authored by Mindy Kaling of The Mindy Project)– [Reese] is no longer just a talented and famous actress. She is an icon. Yes, she is beautiful, and I would buy any lipstick or bottled water she is selling. Hell, I’d buy cigarettes if her picture were on the pack. But that’s not it (even though I think she could make a lot of money doing that). Reese is an artist, but she is also a hustler, a quality I recognized in her the first time I met her. She’s impatient that Hollywood won’t generate the kind of quality roles she wants to play, so she creates quality roles by creating quality movies. That resourcefulness is what makes her someone I not only admire, but someone who inspires me. And that is influence. (source)

While we probably wouldn’t buy cigarettes if Reese Witherspoon’s picture was on the pack, we definitely agree that Reese makes us wish we could buy her life. Or at the very least buy her style.

Want a glimpse behind the scenes of Reese’s In Style cover photo shoot?

Check out the behind the scenes video on the In Style website via this link

What do you think of the Academy Award winning actress’s In Style magazine cover look? If you were in charge of keeping Reese in style what would you change about her look?

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