In or Out: Emma Stone in Tom Ford

Posted on July 20, 2011

We feel bad for what we did to Emma yesterday. Of course, it wasn’t our fault she was dressed like a deranged clown/Avon lady. We’re merely the bitches who opinionated on that disastrous look. Since she has no doubt spent most of the last day crying into her pillow over how mean we all were to her, we thought we’d give her a chance to redeem herself.

 

Emma Stone attends the “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” World Premiere in New York City in a Tom Ford Fall 2011 dress paired with Christian Louboutin shoes.

Christian Louboutin Metal-Stiletto Suede Pump

She has a pretty amazing face. Depending on her hair color and how her makeup is applied, she can look like a totally different person each time. That’s a great trick to have in your arsenal as an actor. We mention this because her face was the first thing we noticed. Love the hair and makeup. And despite our issues with lace and its ubiquity in fashion right now, we mostly like this dress on her. The black lace makes a nice contrast with her lacquered red hair and pale skin. The shoes are appropriately fierce. But what is going on around her hips there? Everytime we see some dress with weird shit going on around the hips we think it’s meant to serve as hidden storage. She looks like she’s carrying one of those camp chairs that fold up like an umbrella in her skirt. Maybe she was afraid she wouldn’t get a seat in the theater and thought it best to bring her own. We love the look but the jutting hips are ruining it for us.

The Jutting Hips would make a great name for a punk band of plus-sized gals.

VOTE NOW!


IN! It’s gorgeous and sophisticated!

OUT! I can’t see anything but her hips!


Oh, and if it wasn’t obvious already, Emma’s Ringling Bros. couture of yesterday received a very loud OUT from the bitter kittens.

[Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images, bergdorfgoodman.com]

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  • lilibetp

    I give the hips an OUT, but the rest an IN.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_C65IT4K6RYN4TWRMFJOI3VUDAI Olechka Milashka

      Yeah, she looks great, except for the hips.  A second outfit in a row with something weird going on around the hips
      Love the shoes, though!

  • Anonymous

    I particularly dislike where the hip doodads bisect her arms. Otherwise she looks like OK. Somehow I expect more from starlets with no-limits ability to borrow anything they want.

  • Anonymous

    I loved the last dress so this one is getting another IN.

  • http://profiles.google.com/aspatriarca Ashley Patriarca

    Narrowly an OUT for the idiocy of the pointy hip wings (which sounds like another solid band name). Seriously – who is her stylist and why does s/he hate Emma’s hips?

  • Elana Harrison

    Out.  Those saddlebags are ridiculously unflattering.

  • Elana Harrison

    Out.  Those saddlebags are ridiculously unflattering.

  • http://profiles.google.com/adj.blair Adriana Blair

    I’m really not digging her lipstick…but I like the dress. It would have been more flattering without the “jutting hips”, but she’s working it. But my favorite part of this outfit is the shoes! WANT.

  • http://profiles.google.com/adj.blair Adriana Blair

    I’m really not digging her lipstick…but I like the dress. It would have been more flattering without the “jutting hips”, but she’s working it. But my favorite part of this outfit is the shoes! WANT.

  • http://twitter.com/annie_wonder Annie

    Ah Emma, what have you got against your own hips? Why anyone – even size zero’s like these Hollywood waifs – would ADD width to the hip area is beyond me. It looks like you’re trying to hide something. Badly. 

  • http://twitter.com/annie_wonder Annie

    Ah Emma, what have you got against your own hips? Why anyone – even size zero’s like these Hollywood waifs – would ADD width to the hip area is beyond me. It looks like you’re trying to hide something. Badly. 

  • Anonymous

    OUT – sadly because of the hips.  Otherwise, stunning!

  • http://profiles.google.com/paigemano Paige Mano

    Ugh, OUT. Dress looks bad on the model, too. I hate the shoes. Her hair looks good, though.

  • Anonymous

    Very strange. I like the rest of the look, and her face, so I’ll give her an IN but with a warning!

  • Alyssa Caruso

    BIG TIME IN

  • Anonymous

    OUT. She can’t quite pull this one off (pretty much no one except a super skinny model could). Her posture is doing her no favors either.

    • Anonymous

      see and I wondered if it was the hip problem with the dress. It seemed to make her look like she was slouching. Now, I wonder if that’s just Emma.

  • suzq

    If she can’t wear this dress, no one can.  If she would throw her shoulders back a bit, she would be in. 

    • Anonymous

      Agreed. This is an OUT but would be an IN if she was posing like her life depended on it.

  • http://profiles.google.com/ellenbehm Ellen Behm

    Out. Were it not for the hips, I would give it an in, but all I can see are the hips.

  • http://twitter.com/ShelfAfterlife Shelf Afterlife

    She must not have much going on in the hip area so she’s gotta wear goofy skirts.  OUT

  • Anonymous

    If only it wasn’t such an odd look (hip doodads, that is, to quote jzz55). It would be so convenient. They could have compartments: cell phone, keys, cosmetics, wallet, glasses, and so forth. No more shoulder bags! If you wanted to, you could carry one of those pretty, teeny, useless clutches that hold no more than a parking stub and a stick of gum because everything else is in the hip doodads!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Karen-Stephens-Bassett/1503492602 Karen Stephens Bassett

    I flashed back to “The Flying Nun.”  This time her hips could take wing instead of her headdress.

  • Leah Cronen

    Dibs on being lead singer of The Jutting Hips!

  • http://pleasewelcomeyourjudges.com/ Brian @ PWYJudges

    Ack! She looks gorgeous except for those horrid hip floaties. An unfortunate, could-have-been-avoided OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I like this a lot better than her previous hip-embellishment attempt. But she’s still not working it. If you’re going to wear something with an unusual line like that, you have to really pose, or at least look like you think you look good. I might have voted In, but her bored teenager posture kills the look. Out.

    • Anonymous

      Agree.  The model, on the other hand, is a poser of the first degree (albeit with the teeniest stick legs I have ever seen).

  • Anonymous

    Gotta give her an IN because everything except the hips looks great to me.  The model photo looks like Noomi Rapace and something that maybe she could wear and not look weird.  IOW, Emma could have sold it a bit better but you have to give this an IN after that disaster in red and pink.

  • Anonymous

    Gotta give her an IN because everything except the hips looks great to me.  The model photo looks like Noomi Rapace and something that maybe she could wear and not look weird.  IOW, Emma could have sold it a bit better but you have to give this an IN after that disaster in red and pink.

  • Anonymous

    That’s the 2nd time in a row that she’s chosen dresses with hip issues.  Does she naturally not have hips and feels the need to add volume there?  I want to give her an IN so badly because everything else is impeccable, but those flying buttresses on her sides just ruin the whole look.

    • Anonymous

      I don’t think it’s a hip issue but a slightly boxy torso issue.  her ribcage is almost as wide as her bust and hips, having the flared hips helps create a waist.  Or at least I think that is the idea.

  • Anonymous

    Aw, I like the crazy hips. I think she just needed to work it a little harder–shoulders back, girl!–to really pull it off. You’ve got to make your body look angular to make the architecture of the dress work. Still, I like this nervy girl. In.

    • Anonymous

      I’m with you!  She’s a bit too soft and slouchy for this look but I like where she was going.  The black lace looks fantastic on her; love the shoes. IN.

  • Louisa Barash

    Love the hair and makeup too.  However, I am surprised TLo let the rest of this look pass.  She has no waist, again, despite the jutting hips, she has the jutting hips, and the length seems aging (though you can’t completely tell from the photos).  The shoes are gorgeous, but I think completely wrong for the lacey dress.  They would look great with a suit.

  • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

    The shoes are pretty hot. From a distance. Close-up, I don’t like them at all. The opposite of the ones with the sparkly toe (think XTina at the Superbowl): cute in theory, but I have never liked the way the looked on a human (even a celebrity).

    The outfit. Better than yesterday. Well actually, the overall look is worse. But the top half is alright, and hair and makeup look great, which means she’ll get some good waist-up pics at least.  

    But still- O.U.T.

  • Anonymous

    In.  The makeup is fab.

  • Anonymous

    Ugh… I wish I didn’t have to, but it’s an OUT! She looks like her hips are detached from the rest of her body!

  • http://twitter.com/VicksieDo Vickie Lord

    This look is aging on her  :(

  • aussiegal77

    Er.  HIPS HIPS HIPS.  What?  I see nothing else.  OUT.

    The shoes are cute but I dislike the super skinny heels. Seems lopsided.

  • MilaXX

    This is a tough one because if it wasn’t for the odd hips this would be a complete slam dunk. Also kudos to the makeup artist who beat the hell out of her face. She looks gorg! Small IN for me. Everything else is perfect, I can overlook for cup holder hip thing.

  • bookish

    OUT. That is a dumb dress, end of story.

  • http://twitter.com/Littlegrr Mary Nau

    Is she hunched over or is it the dress?  Why does she choose to wear weird things around her hip?  Her hair looks a lot better this time.

    OUT

  • Anonymous

    OUT. If only those stupid things on the hips weren’t there, it’d be an in. She looks great otherwise.

  • Anonymous

    She doesn’t look especially comfortable in this look, but she does look good. In.

  • Anonymous

    Another OUT, but I want to award it to Emma’s stylist, not to her.  She’s adorable and I want to hang with her and drink beers.  But not only are those hips wackadoodle, the cut of the whole dress makes her look stumpy and slouchy, and she’s not even slouching!  No points to the stylist for putting yet another unflattering dress on her customer.  Yes, the stylist has Emma wearing big name designers, but if they look like crap on the client, you’re not doing her or the designer any favors.

  • Anonymous

    I love Tom Ford but the hips on that dress are awful.  Poor thing needs to get away from these dresses with extra hips!  Shoes are lovely as is the hair and makeup.

  • Terence Ng

    It doesn’t really work on her the way the dress is designed to, so I’m inclined to give it an OUT. But the reason why I’m REALLY giving it a full on OUT is for her posture. Girl, stand up straight.

  • Anonymous

    Just say no to dresses with built-in ruffled fanny packs. Here we see an otherwise beautiful woman wearing a dress that distorts her shape to the point where it looks like she’s some sort of marsupial costume.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_64HSRZWCSJ5RBFGCWDLFQOICYM G

    Today hip wings. Yesterday hip pouches.  What gives?  OUT

  • Liana Brooks

    OUT – All the designers who thought the hips needed to be accentuated need to be introduced to the real world. Make them walk around Walmart until they promise never to do this again.

    It really is a pity about the hips. Without the winged bustle she’d look quite pretty.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NMLK23QK6C7NMLMVVYA5POXKJY WhiteMage

    out, because that dress is ridiculous around the hips. who would willingly wear that?!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=668425491 Daniela ‘Dani’ Weiss-Bronstein

    The whole dress looks a smidge too long on her. On the model, it hits a little higher on waist/hip and looks like a flare from the belt rather than a growth from the hip.

  • Anonymous

    She does look pretty here.  I am on the fence about the flared hip structure of the dress, I think it sort of works for her.  I noticed in her last two posts that she has a fairly straight, boxy torso.  her ribcage is alomost the same width as her bust.  Certainly not “fat” or unattractive, just what I would call a more athletic build.  Having some action at the hips helps define a waist  for her and I think that is what the goal is with these selections.  I’m not sure how successful it is… 
    But, I do think she looks pretty and I like that dress.

  • Anonymous

    What is with her and ugly things at her hips?  Shoes are fierce though.

  • Anonymous

    Hair, makeup and shoes – FIERCE!
    Dress – ugly and unflattering. Her bad posture isn’t helping.

    OUT

  • Valerie Owens

    Oh, no honey. You need perfect posture and well established anorexia to wear this dress.  It’s not your dress. On the up side, everything else looks great. OUT

  • http://www.facebook.com/hunter.abrams Hunter Abrams

    i wish it was shorter but it’s an IN

  • Anonymous

    I want to meet the queen who told her puffiness around ones hips was fierce. 

    I actually like the look overall, so I’ll be one of the few to shout “IN”!

  • http://twitter.com/mollynoodles Molly Harrington

    I’m willing to simply forget about the hips and declare this an IN! She looks fabulous otherwise, and while the hips are kind of distracting, I think she still just barely manages to pull it off. So yes, IN.

  • Anonymous

    OUT.  And the shoes, while fierce, are too uptight/heavy for the lace dress.  Speaking of said dress, she clearly has either a snack or a small furry animal hidden in there!

  • Anonymous

    i tried to love it but afraid its an OUT

  • http://twitter.com/danielleRwest Danielle West

    Not bad enough to be an out, but I don’t like the hip attachment, and I think the shoes were a bad choice.  Seems like something a little more conservative should have been used.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rebecca-L-Woodson/1051951520 Rebecca L. Woodson

    Gruesome.  OUT.  And… everytime I see a picture of her I think she’s Ginger Spice.  I have no idea who Emma Stone is and what movies she’s done or anything, though, so maybe she’s awesome and I just don’t know it.

  • http://twitter.com/jennawaterford Jenna Waterford

    I love her. She’s gorgeous. But either she is slouching or the dress makes her look like she’s slouching. Either way — STAND UP STRAIGHT, HONEY! *gum-crack*

  • Anonymous

    OUT – I think she forgot to remove the hanger.

  • Anonymous

    Those are some nasty hanger marks her skirt has…poor Emma!

  • Mariah J

    I so wanted to like this when I saw the thumbnail…does she have some sort of obsession with weird things attached to her hips. NO. Go home and try again. OUT

  • Annie Leung

    Much better than yesterday but is hip adornment the new thing? Maybe she was so upset about yesterday’s outfit that she went into mourning on accident but she still gets an IN (love love love the shoes).

  • https://profiles.google.com/104791269167429064986 Judy S

    Does it count as an in if the woman is triumphing over fashion adversity? If so, IN.

  • Lynsey Martin

    Can I give Tom Ford the OUT on this one instead of Emma?  She’s working it the best she can but I just can’t imagine that design being good for anyone.

  • Anonymous

    Easily OUT. She needs a hip-tervention.

  • Anonymous

    She’s totally lovely except for the hip pouches.  I really want to give her an in, but the pouches are screaming OUT!

  • Anonymous

    As someone who has hips and is constantly trying to minimize them, I just can’t get on board with a woman who seems to constantly be trying to maximize her own to no great effect. Though it does look like those pouches would make great popcorn holders during the movie. Without the added hippefication, I would love the dress. As it is–out.

  • Anonymous

    I love it head to toe. Especially love the peg silhouette.

  • Anonymous

    If her stylists are going to put her in these get-ups they’ve got to teach her how to sell them.  Hair shoes and make up are great though.  The hips make it an out for me.

  • Anonymous

    Love the shoes!  I like the dress, with the exception of the hips.

    Is she wearing pink eyeshadow?   Don’t like it.

     

  • http://profiles.google.com/withano Loren S

    I’m going to say OUT.  Not only are the hips distracting, but she doesn’t look very comfortable or confident.  Everything else could have been great.  Stand up straight, young lady!  If you’re going to wear crazy doodads to distort your figure, you need to own it!

  • Anonymous

    The dress is making her look like she has bad posture. OUT!!!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3CGY36NG25QFIZQOLMH7SQTKLU andrew

    Thank you, TLo.  I hate those hip dodads that have been popping up (out?) so much lately.  This is a trend that needs to end now.  So sadly, I concur with an Emma Stone OUT here.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QCJEZMOV4VYMXC5WJALLZNYEB4 Mari Rose

    I don’t know if it’s the jutting hips on the dress or not, but she looks like she’s slouching in the first picture. I love the shoes, but this look is OUT.

  • Anonymous

    IN: She is much improved in this Haute Couture dress. Her posture leaves something to be desired, but praise be she looks very fashionable. The  lipstick is a minor minus.

  • http://parisiennelauren.wordpress.com/ Lauren

    Oh my stars…that lip is phenomenally gorgeous on her. In.

  • Jennifer Hofstetter

    I want to give her an in because she looks mostly fabulous, but those hip things are WAY too distracting.  And one of the fug girls said it makes her look like she’s slouching, which is weirdly true.  OUT.

  • Aly Light

    I give it a hesitant IN, although I’m a little reluctant because she just isn’t selling it– she looks uncomfortable. With some attitude, she could own the whole look.

  • Anonymous

    I agree that better posture would have helped, but she looks pretty and I like the fact that she’s trying out some unconventional shapes right now – no better time to do it, and she’s generally pulling it off pretty well. IN.

  • Anonymous

    I hate the hips, but that’s the only thing keeping this from being a totally boring black lace dress.  Why do celebrities do this to me?  I can’t make up my mind.  Out.

  • Anonymous

    I love, love, love Emma Stone, but I hate, hate, hate this dress. It wouldn’t be so bad if it didn’t have those stupid saddlebags strapped to the hips. I love the hair and makeup, if only it were paired with a completely different dress. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Hate, hate, hate the hips, but Love, love, love the rest – the lace, the shoes, the hair, the make-up, her in general - so it’s an IN for me.

  • Jessica Rowe

    I don’t understand the dots on her feet. Does anyone else notice them?  Is it a trick of the lighting?  The camera?  It’s like stigmata or something.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. Whoever keeps putting her in those ridiculous hip dresses should be beaten with sticks.

  • Joyce VG

    OUT.  She needs to not have a THEME for her hips, my goodness.

  • Anonymous

    How brilliant for the designer to install side tables at the hips of this cocktail dress.  Now she has a handy place to set her drink, hors d’oeuvres plate, clutch, etc and still be able to shake hands, scratch her nose, reapply lipstick, etc… So practical, and stylish too.

    IN!  Hope this sets a trend.  ;)

  • Anonymous

    Out. Without the hips, woulda been an in.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-TallGirl-Freeman/1043623567 Jessica TallGirl Freeman

    Out.  Those hips are a hot mess.  The shoes only added insult to injury.

  • Elena

    Emma, what are you doing? You do not need to add the crazy to your hips. I would have given it a pass because she still looks lovely, but she just did this hip thing so I’m afraid it has to be an out.

  • Anonymous

    Suede shoes in the summer?  The grandmother in me won’t let me get behind that one!

  • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.parker Sara Parker

    I like that Emma takes risks, including jutting hips, on the red carpet.  She could just as easily pick your run-of-the-mill Marchesa dress and look like every other starlet.
    I give her an IN– she manages to look both pretty as well as edgy and interesting, a rare feat. (Although for future reference, Emma, since I know you care about anonymous internet commenters, the storage-around-the-hips look is not the only way to be edgy).

  • Anonymous

    In. In. In. I gave yesterday’s look an out but this is all kinds of fierceness. Love the hair and make-up and I think the dress is fashion-forward and fun without being too Try or too safe. this is how you promote your big summer rom-com.

  • http://twitter.com/wrenaria Kimmy Hescock

    Those hip dealies look good on NO ONE. However, she still gets an IN because the rest of her in impeccable. Actually, if you cover her hips with your fingers she looks really fab. I especially love her shoes and earrings. Pretty, pretty.

  • Anonymous

    Out, for the reason you stated.

  • http://twitter.com/VieModerne Noelle

    She’s fashion brave. IN!

  • Anonymous

    I hate the lipstick a lot.

    The hip thing is making it look like it’s hurting her back. There’s like a curve forward. Maybe it gives her scoliosis? It is sad and tragic.

    OUT.

  • http://twitter.com/poptartsjen Pop Tarts Jen

    Love the hair and makeup, love the shoes, love HER … but that dress is not flattering. I hate the extra bulk around the hips. An OUT if I ever saw one.

  • Anonymous

    love it anyway. she looks fierce!

  • http://twitter.com/#!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

    Dear god, no.  That hip thing is a cruel joke.  OUT!

  • AWStevens

    Julianne Moore dressed her.  Red heads shouldn’t dress other red heads. I don’t mind the hips at all, very classic 1940s.  But could her posture be any worse?  OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll have to give her an IN, because she’s otherwise spectacularly turned out, but that hip treatment looks like a coin belt.

  • Robyn Morelli

    IN – love it

  • http://www.facebook.com/sorana.tarmu Sorana Tarmu

    This time the weird hips work. IN.

  • Anonymous

    This is a much better way to go about Jutting Hips in a dress, though it’s still not particularly flattering. The badassery on display (in the style of the dress, the shoes, the hair, the makeup, the facial expression) are making the hips WERQ. In.

  • Anonymous

    IN including hips. It’s got a fun, hyper-feminine thing going on. 

  • Anonymous

    nah – she doesn’t have the posture or shoulders to support that kind of hip accentuation. 

  • Anonymous

    nah – she doesn’t have the posture or shoulders to support that kind of hip accentuation. 

  • http://twitter.com/rgmx Mercy

    Not to sound like my gramma, but this girl needs to stand up straight!

  • http://twitter.com/rgmx Mercy

    Not to sound like my gramma, but this girl needs to stand up straight!

  • Vaniljekjeks

    Ahh… Hair and makeup are perfect, top of the dress is perfect,  hem is perfect, shoes are cute (although horribly painful-looking), but those hips are awful.  But I love the little belt.  IN.

  • Vaniljekjeks

    Ahh… Hair and makeup are perfect, top of the dress is perfect,  hem is perfect, shoes are cute (although horribly painful-looking), but those hips are awful.  But I love the little belt.  IN.

  • Judy_J

    Sorry, I’m just not digging the jutting hip action.  If it weren’t for that, I’d give her an unqualified IN.  But the rest looks pretty good, so I’ll give her a qualified IN with an asterisk.

  • Judy_J

    Sorry, I’m just not digging the jutting hip action.  If it weren’t for that, I’d give her an unqualified IN.  But the rest looks pretty good, so I’ll give her a qualified IN with an asterisk.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. Because it is such a perfect LBD with awesome shoes and her hair is so pretty and I don’t take ANY of that away when I glance at her. What I take away is “why does her kinda pretty dress have those weird cargo pouch things – is it to hold her drink & popcorn at the movies?”

  • Meagan Smith

    In!  She looks beautiful and a bit sassy.  Love it.

  • Anonymous

    Much better but WTH with the saddle bags??? Still, an IN!!

  • http://twitter.com/Stevesotherhalf Svanhild Salmons

    ‘The Jutting Hips’ make her look like she’s slouching.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3AJ237ND3GAHDQJZ4TLCO4WLRA Emily

    I agree – hips out, but the rest is an in.  LOVE the shoes!

  • Anonymous

    I would have chose another shoe, but that dress is dreamy, and she is rocking it, IN

  • http://foodandwinehedonist.wordpress.com/ thefoodandwinehedonist

    Without a doubt – IN.  I noticed the hips but the hair and face drew all my attention. gorgeous

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B53PQYXSJR4YJBV3J6BWYSICRQ Jamie

    looks fantastic except for those cup holders on her hips – IN-ish??

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_57OVHCVQIOC3VM47ORVDF2WWLI Kyle

    In! 

  • Anonymous

    Love the shoes and makeup.
    Hate the dress.
    OUT.

  • Anonymous

    out. the length of the dress and those hip pouches make the look matronly. also i hate the makeup and hair. she’s 22 and looks over 30 in the closeups. its like they were going for a film noir look but missed the mark.

  • Sara__B

    She needed impeccable, energized posture to pull off this dress. Great hair and makeup, stunning face, and stunning shoes can’t save her from her lazy slouch. OUT.

  • Grace Ritt

    IN. I like the way she emphasizes her hips, or lack thereof. She is fierce.

  • Anonymous

    out, out, out.  The hips are unavoidable and glaring!

  • Anonymous

    Those shoes are superheroes with the power to vanquish the evil Jutting Hips!  She’s an IN (though she doesn’t look very pleased in that 3rd pic). BTW, what’s up with her posture?

  • Haley Buchanan

    IN – the hips are really weird, but I don’t think that’s so much her fault as an unfortunate fashion trend.  The rest of the dress is perfectly lovely, and the hair/makeup/face combo is UBER fabulous!

  • Anonymous

    What is the deal with Emma Stone and the pontoon hips?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=500972147 Chelsey Lauer

    Hips hips hips, out out out.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=500972147 Chelsey Lauer

    Also, she looks like Rachel McAdams.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OYMPLGS7S7467GQMKEWJDJ3N4A Deb

    Out. It looks designed to carry your own wine bottles around with you. It’s not so glaring on the model because you’re too busy wondering how someone so thin has the strength to stand up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Catherine-Rhodes/602850414 Catherine Rhodes

    OUT

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bethany-Fairbrother/100000276174879 Bethany Fairbrother

    Who want’s to say “Hey!  Look at my hips.  My freakishly, large hips!”

  • http://profiles.google.com/mmara00 M M

    I love it!

  • Anonymous

    O_U_T.  Looks like she left the wire hanger from the dry cleaner in the skirt when she put it on.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. Her face looks so very lovely but the jutting hips (can I play drums?) and the lace are just too much for me. It’s a shame because I’m seriously digging the hair, makeup and shoes. Damn, the shoes! 

  • http://twitter.com/pag_baj Paige Boerman

    I’m sick of bright red matte lipstick. Overall, though, I really like the look – I could live without the jutting hips, but whatever. IN for overall look.

  • Anonymous

    Every other aspect of her look is perfect (hair, make up, shoes- she even pulls off the black lace look) but the hip cushions are so overwhelmingly ridiculous they make the look an OUT. Damn it.

  • Anonymous

    IN despite those ridiculous hips! Also, my OCD makes me wish I could reach into the picture and smooth down that strand of hair that’s sticking out. It makes me twitch.

  • Lisa

    “The Jutting Hips would make a great name for a punk band of plus-sized gals.”
    I get to be the bass player!!!  Me me me, oh, me!!!  (*Jumps up and down excitedly*)

    And I agree 100% with you guys – she looks SO fabulous except for the hip saddle-bag weirdness.

  • http://profiles.google.com/trashilove { edi } ilovetrash

    it’s a gorgeous dress & she’s thin enough that the peculiar hipline actually accentuates both the glory of the dress & its wearer.

    actually, once in a while, you can find a dress w/ an accentuated hipline that works on most people {ie: both betsey johnson & vivienne westwood did this around twenty five years ago w/ their respective bustles}.

    • Anonymous

      I agree, but I still think a woman needs a wasp waist to pull of that hipline. Stone is obviously quite thin, but she isn’t built with a small waist in proportion to her bust. Not knocking her, I just think this is a style that works only on certain body types.

  • http://karensbooksandchocolate.blogspot.com/ Karen K.

    I’d give her an IN if it weren’t for the horrible hip-wings.  Those shoes scare me a little.  

    But she’s really beautiful, love the hair and makeup.  She definitely has the old-Hollywood glamour factor.  

  • Matthew Dinda

    Yikes. This is a tough call but I love everything except the hips! I do commend it for its interesting qualities so it’s an IN

  • margaret meyers

    IN!  Stand up straight and look confident:  you are a movie star! 

  • Anonymous

    I wish she’d pull her shoulders back. In.

  • Anonymous

    Out – because of the hips and the belt (bow?) right above them.  If I just saw the last 2 pictures, it would be an absolute IN, but the hips are just too strange.

  • Lena Bea

    ‘The hips’ are defintely an out. I dislike them for the same reason I disliked Emma’s previous outfit.

  • http://www.facebook.com/suzie.vazquez Suzie Vazquez

    Okay THAT one is hip-py. (I like the first btw)

  • Anonymous

    Out. It’s odd.

  • Anonymous

    The hips were all I could see.  I had to see the shoe separately to be able to see just how fierce it is.  So, for that enormous faux pas, it gets and OUT from me.

  • http://twitter.com/A_SmallFry AC

    is she slouching? or is that just the shape of the dress on her?
    Her face/hair look pretty and the dress is interesting without being crazy. Also in love with those shoes. But she also looks like she’s not entirely convinced with this look either.

    I’ll go with IN.

  • elzatelzabelz

    The hip things are an OUT, the rest is IN. LOVE her hair-my God, I love her hair.

  • Anonymous

    I might be the only one – but I think that lipstick color, granted, possibly because it is in combination with a black lace dress, realllllllly ages her. 

  • Lauren Bradshaw

    Her stylist’s bifocals are not focusing well on the bottom half.  I give her a half in. An inlf.

  • http://twitter.com/nanipoo Ilana Frome

    NO.

  • Anonymous

    She looks great, but I just can’t get past those hips. And the fact that in the first picture, she’s standing in front of a poster that reminds me she got to make out with Ryan Gosling, isn’t helping.

    So I’m giving her a bitchy, jealous OUT.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Nestor.Chocolato NesTtor Chocolato

    innnnnnn   bitchessss stop beeen so old about new forms

  • Anonymous

    i like her and this look is good for her…I am glad she decided not to stay blonde…so, IN….however, I agree with the saddlebag assessment and wish this shape would quit mocking those of us who actually have hips……

  • Evelina Chang

    Out… I really can’t see any thing other than her hips. 

  • narita_rayna

    it’s a very silly design element.  but overall she looks pretty fabulous – IN

  • Anonymous

    Sooooo close yet sooooo **OUT**!

  • Anonymous

    I love it all! In!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Juline-Débaul/100002426617563 Juline Débaul

    I saw the hips first, so I think she ought to be OUT. The dress looks so much better on the model since she is posing in a way that one sees the hips long after first glance, which makes the hips interesting in that context. On Emma, though, it is an OUT.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_N3GA2TTX752OYSKBWWXQVFM2HI katie

    IN

  • Sara Morris

    Maybe it’s a return to the panniers of the 18th century – which, incidentally, women did use to store all sorts of things ;)

  • http://twitter.com/a_liking Ali King

    I think it would work if she was WERQing it, but she’s just kind of flatly standing there, which makes it an OUT from me.

  • http://profiles.google.com/thisiscelia Celia

    LOVE IT ALL! Sooo in. She’s young enough to experiment and go bold with her style, and she’s succeeding here.

    Every time I see Emma Stone on the RC, I can’t help but think of what a shame that Lindsay Lohan threw away her talent and career away.

  • http://twitter.com/Merneith Merneith

    I like the dress – but it’s not a dress you can slouch in. If you slouch, your boobs droop right into the hips and you look frumpy and short waisted. If she’d really posed in the dress – shoulders back, head up, weight on her back foot, she’d have a more Dior silhouette. Still, it’s an IN.

  • http://twitter.com/asciident Melissa Della

    Is she kidding me with these weird hip flask dresses? OUT

  • http://stitchingincircles.etsy.com Tina

    I love outfits that exaggerate bodily proportions — total in!

  • sonictofu

    That lace looks so pretty against her skin!  In.

  • Anonymous

    She sure does enjoy emphasizing her hips, though I can’t understand why. It’s hard to see past them here, but the overall effect is good, so IN.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1314255041 Irina Ryabchuk

    Shooooooes!!! *dies*

  • Anonymous

    Going to have to give her an IN on this one. The hips are quite unflattering on her, but everything else is perfect. She’s got to get past this whole puffy hip business, though, because it doesn’t work for her. But looking past that. The dress is gorgeous, the shoes are gorgeous, and the hair and makeup are FLAWLESS. 

  • Patricia Biswanger

    OUT.

  • Cheri Lee

    OUT.  The dress makes her look like she is slouching and jutting her hips forward, its bizarre.  Someone really hates her hips!  Shoes are too fierce for the dress.

  • Anonymous

    Dear designers, stop with the jutting hips already!! Dear Emma, you look really beautiful. But I have to stand up for justice. You are out. 

  • Anonymous

    (sung to the tune of “Kids”, from “Bye Bye Birdie”)

    Hips!  I don’t know what’s up with her hips today!
    Hips!  Must they always look so bad?  they can’t stay!

    OUT.

  • Anonymous

    (sung to the tune of “Kids”, from “Bye Bye Birdie”)

    Hips!  I don’t know what’s up with her hips today!
    Hips!  Must they always look so bad?  they can’t stay!

    OUT.

  • http://www.facebook.com/luli.km Lucia Kmaid

    Mmm…standing up straight would work…
    The hips, not loving, the rest of the look is an IN

  • Anonymous

    I can’t get past the hips. Sorry Emma. Nice shoes though.

  • Anonymous

    I can’t get past the hips. Sorry Emma. Nice shoes though.

  • Anonymous

    I scroll up to see if it’s as bad the second time around. It is just as bad the second time around. And the third. Out.

  • Anonymous

    I like it well enough, and those are killer shoes, so IN.

  • Anonymous

    IN!funny dat from afar it looks great and closely it looks terrible.

  • Anonymous

    IN!funny dat from afar it looks great and closely it looks terrible.

  • Anonymous

    OUT.  You can’t even focus on gorgeous hair and makeup when you’re transfixed by a disturbing chastity belt.

  • http://twitter.com/Unclassical Alexandria N

    IN but actually I don’t like makeup. That dress is SO flattering though! wow she looks great

  • Anonymous

    I’ll start that band. Out, though, for the knife hips. 

  • Anonymous

    Oh for fucks sake with the table top hips. COME ON!
    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUT

  • Anonymous

    Not a huge fan of the hips, but I love the rest of it. I need those shoes in my life. IN.

  • sweetlilvoice

    Yes, love those shoes! In.

  • Shawn Hill

    In times awesome!

  • Anonymous

    Yes, with you all the way, The Jutting Hips is not working – but LOVE it as a band name.  FYI, in college I was in an all girls band and we called ourselves Summer’s Eve.