Copy The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Daniel Craig’s Style – Buy It Now!By Delaina Dixon | December 21, 2011 | Entertainment, Lifestyle
The DivaGals got a sneak peek of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, the crime-solving best seller by late author Stieg Larsson, and three words sum up what we loved best about the film: Daniel Craig’s style! As tarnished investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist, Daniel is commissioned by a wealthy Swedish patriarch to unravel an unsolved family murder. Sure we wanted to know how Mikael and his computer hacking genius partner Lisbeth Salander would crack the case (more on her in a minute). But we were thrilled over how film costume designer Trish Summerville hooked up Daniel’s wardrobe. Now here’s how you can hook up your man!
We loved Daniel in his fitted plush v-neck royal blue sweater. Have your man look just as bookish in this piece.
Daniel rocks it in smartly cut overcoats; your man will do the same in a┬áMichael Kors cashmere/wool blend men’s coat in charcoal.
We’re sure your man will look just as good in nothing but his skivvies, and a $25 4-pack of men’s cotton classic briefs underwear from Calvin Klein should do the trick! Add in a few daring love scenes and this man (and yours) impossible to resist!
Kudos go to Rooney Mara‘s portrayal of anti-heroine Lisbeth, whose dark goth exterior belies her razor-sharp mind and animal-like survival instincts. It’s no secret that Tattoo has some extremely graphic sexual violence, so be prepared to see it played out on screen in director David Fincher‘s interpretation of the dark thriller.
FYI: If you want to dress like Lisbeth, H&M is running a line inspired by the film’s fearless female lead. With a rousing soundtrack and title sequence that will leave you breathless, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo won’t put you in the Christmas spirit but will be one gift you won’t want to miss out on this season.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo opens nationwide Wednesday, Dec. 21. Trying to find the right suit for your man? Check out our Perfect Suit For Any Body story.
photo credit: Columbia Pictures