We've noticed a bit of a trend in recent times for you revisiting fashion moments past.
First there was the whole Union Jack dress shenanigans for Next. One of our commenters was at pains to point out that although we were referring to it as a Union Jack dress strictly speaking it's only a Jack when flown at sea. Well, dear commenter, we fear that we were correct in our terminology because, Geri, you do appear to be slightly at sea, casting around through style moments past for a fashionable rock.
The latest is the legwarmers look, as modelled by you in the video for It's Raining Men nearly 11 years back and suddenly making a reappearance yesterday in London.
Obviously the February weather precluded you stepping out in the rest of the outfit (which consists of black knickers and a cropped vest top) but the warning signs were there.
We're worried. Specifically, we're worried you're on a slippery slope back towards this:
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P.S. Here's the video so you can watch it. For research purposes, obv.
For more celebrity redheads, we have a gallery for that:
Perhaps in an attempt to grow out that two-tone look she'd been showcasing, Drew Barrymore ditched her blonde-tipped ombre locks, to try out life as a fiery redhead. We love the bold shade contrasted against her green eyes and light pink lip.</p>
Red (and curly) alert! Rihanna revealed a new statement hairdo at the American Music Awards 2010, which featured a russett hue and springy ringlets. Soft green eyeshadow was the ideal colour partner.</p>
Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts ensured all eyes were on her (hair), when she arrived at the Cosmopolitan women of the year awards. Those orange-red locks (or may we say ginger?) and wide curls created a sizzling combination.</p>
At the 20th anniversary of the Gotham Independent Film Awards 2010, Julianne Moore teamed her long-length terracotta tresses with matching eyeshadow, which also went with the print on her dress. It should have all been a bit much but, somehow, it wasn't – and it really worked.</p>
Mad Men beauty Christina Hendricks must have had tongues wagging about her striking crimson hair at the opening of the House of Walker in New York. She softened the look with a gorgeous side-swept fringe, and made a different shade of red work on her lips. Very colour-clever.</p>
Lily Cole's burnt sienna hue is understated yet striking, and her natural make-up ensured the locks did all the talking. So, why did you have to go and dye it brown, Lily?</div>