The female who acted out the role of Daisy Duke, Jessica Simpson is ready to tie the knot with her fiancé, Eric Johnson. And her clothes show it.
She is a star alright! Jessica Simpson appeared at the Forbes Women’s Summit: The Entrepreneurship of Everything event in NYC on Thursday, May 15th, wearing quite an ensemble.
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She was back in black with a dark dress that was not only skintight but super-sexy to boot. And as she posed for the flashing cameras, the confidence and self-esteem she exuded simply could not be matched by anyone else present at the event.
In the capacity of a 33-year old ambassador for Weight Watchers, Jessica sure lives up to her reputation. She is a svelte and smart fashionable female. The extra-lengthy sleeves on the long dress she wore to the event made her appear the height of classic cool.
And her wasp waist and hourglass figure only added to the tons of allure she possessed. The precious metal jewels she adorned lent gravity and sobriety to her overall image.
Simpson is to marry her fiancé Eric Johnson soon. Their Californian wedding is due sometime in the future. In fact the Fourth of July is probably the date that has been set for the auspicious event. They already have two kids, a son and a daughter.
"The couple—who have two kids together, daughter Maxwell, 2, and son Ace, 10 months—will say "I do" in Santa Barbara, Calif.," the source tells US Weekly.
Originally, Simpson and her beau wanted to make it an Italian wedding by saying their “I Do’s” in Capri. But later on there was a change of plans. Simpson won’t be donning a white dress for her wedding though.
Like many other starlets who chose a Gothic black dress for their wedding ceremonies (Avril Lavigne is the most obvious example that comes to mind), Jessica Simpson too will be making a different choice from the run-of-the-mill color of virginity.
"Jessica is having something unique made," the source shares. "It will be very different from the Vera Wang she wore to wed Nick Lachey [in 2002]."
The plans for the betrothal are underway. There will be almost a hundred people at the event from her fiancé’s side of the family. And Simpson wants everything to be as spic and span as possible.
"We are very close to sending out our invites," she said at the White House Correspondents' Dinner earlier this month. "I've been very picky on how I want everything to look and feel. Eric's family alone is almost 90 people, so it'll definitely be a big event."