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Love the last 2 looks - agree, she's looking fab!

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She is very pretty and can pull off a lot of looks but I am bored everytime I visit her thread. She has no edge and her choice of films reflects that as well - plays typical wives, blonde femme fatales and that's about it.

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She is very pretty and can pull off a lot of looks but I am bored everytime I visit her thread. She has no edge and her choice of films reflects that as well - plays typical wives, blonde femme fatales and that's about it.
Here's an interesting read as to why it will be some time before you'll see her getting Kidman/Blanchett level roles:

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Hollywood actress Sienna Miller's second coming

By Julia Molony
July 11 2015

Sienna Miller was once better known for her boyfriends than her work. But she has clawed back credibility and clout in Hollywood.

Sienna Miller said in an interview with Esquire magazine last year that "people don't want to see movies with people they don't approve of in them."

This, apparently, was Sienna's epiphany. Her explanation for why at the end of the Noughties, she was one of the most famous young actresses of her generation, but still boasted precious little credibility in the industry.

But all that seems history now. Last year, she appeared in two of the most critically-acclaimed films of the year. She starred opposite industry darling Bradley Cooper in American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood, and took a small but convincing role in the Oscar-nominated Foxcatcher.

Since she first broke into the public consciousness on the arm of Jude Law, Sienna Miller had always resisted playing by the rules. She was spontaneous and uncensored in interviews. Her famously bohemian look perfectly matched a certain chaotic quality in her personal life - she seemed much more high-society It girl than professional actress.

In 2004, at the age of 23, she played opposite the already massively famous Jude Law in a remake of the classic film Alfie. The character she played, chain-smoking, hard-living, dysfunctional and the cause of romantic devastation wherever she went, seemed to chime exactly with her atomic-starlet image.

During her mid-20s, her star was in the ascendant, but, as she observed in an interview earlier this year, the problem was that she had "no business sense whatsoever. I never read a review or paid any mind to what anyone said."

Over the course of the next decade, and throughout her on-again-off-again relationship with Law, Miller gradually become much better known for her tabloid persona and her fashion sense than her professional work.

Together, she and Law seemed very much like Britain's golden couple. Both achingly beautiful, in real life their relationship was a beautiful catastrophe. In 2005, Law was caught with his trousers down in the company of his children's nanny. Some time later, the Daily Mail reported that Miller had retaliated by having a fling herself - with Law's close friend Daniel Craig.

Her personal life was at its most turbulent in 2008 when, after a separation from Law, followed by an abortive and short-lived attempt at reconciliation, she fell headlong into an ill-advised affair with married billionaire Balthazar Getty. She was photographed topless on the beach with the heir to an estimated £2.5bn fortune, who at the time was still legally married to Rosette Getty, the mother of his four children. Although Miller protested that Getty and his wife were separated at the time, the more moralistic quarters of the US media lapped it up, labelling Miller a "home-wrecker." And back in the UK, her apparent enthusiasm for hopping from one relationship to the next earned her the nick-name "Serial Miller." Soon after the highly publicised affair imploded, Getty returned to his wife. The pair remain married to this day.

Even at the time, Miller seemed aware of the damage all this negative publicity might wreak on her professional life. In 2009, she admitted that the stories "probably looked awful."

"I probably seem like not a particularly nice person, not a girl's girl," she said later to GQ magazine. But she defended her behaviour as part of the normal experience of growing up. "I think if you put a camera in anyone's life and document it daily for six years, from the age of 21 to 27, there are going to be things that aren't always pretty."

That year, 2009, was also when her career reached its lowest ebb. She appeared in GI Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, an experience that convinced her she had well and truly lost her way. As she explained in a recent interview. "It had become difficult for me to get the work I wanted. It was a weird situation because there was a lot of goodwill for me in Hollywood." Soon she came to understand that it was her public image and her behaviour that was holding her back.

"I sabotaged things. I burnt a lot of bridges . . . I wasn't behaving the way you should. I'm very lucky to have a second chance in that town," she added. So she took a couple of years away from high-profile projects. And she resorted to the classic floundering film-actor's career tonic - theatre work. She'd had a rough time treading the boards before - having been savaged in 2005 for a "wooden" performance in As You Like It, in which she played Celia. But coming at it second time round, and with much more to prove, she threw herself into honing her craft, starting in 2009, when she took to Broadway for a production of Patrick Marber's After Miss Julie.

By 2011, critics where acknowledging her "career revival" after admiring her performance as a former starlet caught up in a love-triangle in a Trevor Nunn-directed production of Flare Path, by Terence Rattigan.

That year was a breakthrough one in a personal sense, too. It was then that she got together with the English actor Tom Sturridge, and the pair have been a couple ever since. It marked a new period of stability for Miller at home and in 2014, the couple's daughter, Marlowe, was born.

"I think having a baby really changed everything, if I'm honest," Miller said in an interview with The Observer earlier this year. "The stakes are higher. You have someone that you want to be proud of you eventually." She believes motherhood has changed how she is perceived by the outside world as well. "I'm still whoever I was. Maybe more mature, but the same. So amongst that ignorant, ridiculous area of my industry, I'm sure opinions of me have changed because I'm a mother now."

Not just that, she's starting to accumulate a body of work to be genuinely proud of. And Sienna means to make the most of it. "All the directors speak to each other," she said in a recent interview. "And once you crack that upper echelon of incredible directors, you've got people rooting for you. People who people listen to. I've never had that before."
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I like Sienna and I think she's actually a much better actress than I'd previously realized. I thought she was fantastic in American Sniper. I think the fact that she still looks so young and beautiful keeps her from getting some more "serious" roles - for example, I probably still wouldn't think of her as one of the first people to play a mother, even though she is one in real life. I think if she continues to do theater and more difficult supporting roles she will keep going in the right direction.

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I like Sienna and I think she's actually a much better actress than I'd previously realized. I thought she was fantastic in American Sniper. I think the fact that she still looks so young and beautiful keeps her from getting some more "serious" roles - for example, I probably still wouldn't think of her as one of the first people to play a mother, even though she is one in real life. I think if she continues to do theater and more difficult supporting roles she will keep going in the right direction.
I think she's always been a great actress, but because of the tabloid interest in her, that's been overlooked. I first saw her in Casanova, which is a silly but fun film, and thought she was very good. Later in The Interview, the Girl, etc. I found her fantastic.

I guess no one wanted to admit that she's good at her job when she was first famous. But now that the insane Jude-related paparazzi attention has waned a bit, people are actually appreciating her as an actress.

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^ Completely agreed. She's amazing in Interview and Just Like a Woman.

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I think as is natural she has improved with experience. I thought she was great in American Sniper but have previously found her acting a little demonstrative and wooden. I'm pleased things are going well for her

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Sienna Miller’s Grown-Up Take on Pajama Dressing Is the Summer Alternative to the LBD

Sienna Miller has kept her wardrobe lively this summer, sporting everything from a Chloé bias-cut slip dress to printed kimonos for garden parties. And last night, after her performance in the Apollo Theatre staging of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Miller made waves in the printed pajama set, a look that embodies her whimsical approach to fashion.

Pajama dressing has seen a renaissance this summer on everyone from model Gigi Hadid to designer Victoria Beckham, but what really set Miller, and her separates by label Rockins, apart was the print: clever illustrations of flowers on fire. Pierre Hardy’s Radical Trek shoe, a chunky heeled sandal, amped up the louche vibes, while Proenza Schouler’s Hex bucket bag added subtle pattern play.
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