Over the weekend, Natalie Portman attended the 9th Annual New York Times Arts and Leisure Weekend at the Times Center here in New York. Like always, she looked lovely in a canary yellow version of the much sought after tulle Rodarte for Target dress. But of all the dresses in all the land, why did she choose this one? We are huge advocates of mixing and matching high-end and low-end, since we don't have the paycheck to buy designer duds all the time. And we're guessing that unless you're an Olsen or a Guinness, you don't exactly have the budget to wear all designer all the time either. But celebrities are a whole other story. With their pick of the newest collections from the latest runways, it's unusual to see one wearing a low-end line (unless of course it's their line). We think Natalie looks good, but still want to know why this dress? Are Target-clad celebrities more accessible? Or are you left wondering why someone who's worn, and who can wear, actual Rodarte chooses something less?