Kristen Stewart went out Thursday night dressed like she just rolled out of bed.

Yes, this does qualify as news, and will continue to as long as 20 million crazed twihards still think it qualifies as news. I have a family to feed.

According to Us Weekly, weeks after she wore glamorous couture gowns by Christian Dior, Zuhair Murad and other designers, the 22-year-old actress dressed down at the Variety Awards Studio in Los Angeles.

Everyone say it with me: "O ... M ...G!"

With messy hair hanging over one shoulder, the "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" actress showed off her black bra through a sheer A.L.C. top, which she paired with plaid Juicy pants and Cole Haan oxfords. Stewart completed her look with kohl-rimmed eyes and a nude lip.

I don't know what any of this means, but I'm just the messenger.

Us Weekly said that during a recent interview with The Cut, Stewart's stylist, Tara Swennen, explained how Stewart's style has evolved since they began working together in 2007.

"She's a tomboy at heart, but she understands that fashion is an arena, that she can be a chameleon and not dress the way she does every single day," Swennen said. "She'll always change into her Converse by halfway through a carpet, which is to be expected at this point, but she puts on the heels for me for the photos, God bless her."

Yes, please God. Bless Kristen Stewart.

Still, Swennen admitted, "There are definitely times when I have to say, 'Please, please, please put the heel on just for me.'"


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My mom used to try that with me. It was a little weird.

Stewart has been more willing to embrace feminine frocks in recent years, Swennen added. "One of the things that I love about her is that she is willing to take a risk. As a stylist, that is one of the best things you can ask for," the stylist told The Cut. "She's not afraid of prints and sheerness and textures, so I just hope we can to continue to do fun things."

Exactly.

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