In or Out: Anne Hathaway in Carven

Posted on August 10, 2011

Look, we’re not as harsh as the characters we play on the internet. Really. It’s not like we think everyone needs to go around in perfectly hemmed pants and stylishly accessorized outfits all day, every day. But if there’s one overriding idea behind this little blog, it’s that overpaid celebrities who are working to convince the public to buy their product while wearing sometimes tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of borrowed merchandise should at least look a little better than most of us do as we head to work every day. That’s not asking so much of the world, is it, darlings?

And as further evidence of our kind and open hearts, we can state firmly that not all celebrity appearances are equal and we wouldn’t apply the standards we use to bitch about the Oscar red carpet when talking about some C-lister on a Tokyo photocall. It’s all about the venue. So when Anne Hathaway ditched the McQueen dress she wore to her premiere for something a little more casual and comfortable for the after-party, we were all for it.

Anne Hathaway attends the “One Day” premiere after party in NYC in a Carven dress paired with Roger Vivier sandals.

Carven Resort 2012 Collection

Roger Vivier Satin Sandals

Unfortunately, this was the result. Such a shayna punim. Such a great dresser 9 times out of ten. Why does she look so drab? Why does she look like she slept in this dress for a couple of hours? It’s actually a fairly cute dress. We just don’t think the color suits her at all, and the combination of wrinkles in the skirt and way-too underdone hair (which we were willing to ignore when she was wearing something much more focus-pulling) makes her look uncharacteristically sloppy. We get that it’s a party, but surely she could have found a comfortable party dress that suited her better than this.

As for the shoes…put it this way: we’re not saying a satin sandal can’t look chic and modern; we’re just saying it’s gonna have to work awfully hard to prove it to us. We can’t help thinking they look a little “boudoir.” And we don’t love the shoes the model is wearing, but the outfit looks so much sharper with that bit of color at the bottom. This is why we rail against the matchy shoe, ladies. Not only is it basic; not only does it make the wearer look like they have no style instincts; the matchy shoe simply doesn’t punctuate an outfit as well as a contrasting shoe does. Reasonable people can disagree on this, but we never claimed to be reasonable.

VOTE NOW!

IN! She looks casually chic!

OUT! That dress looks like a dirty ironing board cover!

The Minion Opinion on Christina Ricci’s “Silver Belles” outfit was IN, although it was close.

[Photo Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images, style.com, coolspotters.com]

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OQAEI5VIBLXN6YAONCDMUQVRBI Sydney Rose

      She would look much better in the closed-toe shoes the model was wearing, especially if she wore stockings with them.

    • Anonymous

      @CondeElevator  Girl #1 – did you read what T&L said about those sandals? u know she’ll ask. Girl #2 – oh crap. i might throw up my tic-tac. 

    • Anonymous

      IN.  I agree that the dress isn’t all that, but she still looks beautiful.  

    • http://chupatinja.wordpress.com Santa

      IN, she looks cute :)

    • aussiegal77

      Hmmm.  I hate the shoes.  That’s a firm plank.  I also hate her hair.  Equally firm plank.  The dress I could live with.  But not on Anne.  Just washes her out.

      Well what d’ya know?  It’s pretty much a firm plank OUT.  

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

        what she said.
        OUT

    • aussiegal77

      Hmmm.  I hate the shoes.  That’s a firm plank.  I also hate her hair.  Equally firm plank.  The dress I could live with.  But not on Anne.  Just washes her out.

      Well what d’ya know?  It’s pretty much a firm plank OUT.  

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XT6C44GFIMWGDCRIBC2ANUYLOM Leslie Sokolow

      My initial reaction was that the shoes were unique and cute. I forgive the matchy-matchy here. The dress is unexciting and unflattering. Overall grade: middle leaning towards OUT.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XT6C44GFIMWGDCRIBC2ANUYLOM Leslie Sokolow

      My initial reaction was that the shoes were unique and cute. I forgive the matchy-matchy here. The dress is unexciting and unflattering. Overall grade: middle leaning towards OUT.

    • Jennifer Hofstetter

      I like her hair and makeup, but hate the dress and shoes.  OUT.

    • Jennifer Hofstetter

      I like her hair and makeup, but hate the dress and shoes.  OUT.

    • Anonymous

      At the very least it needs a belt. The waist on that dress is just wrong. Sorry Anne, it’s an Out.

    • Anonymous

      At the very least it needs a belt. The waist on that dress is just wrong. Sorry Anne, it’s an Out.

    • MilaXX

      OUT. This dress is straight out of Dakota Fanning’s closet. There’s also a weird thing going on with the shape of the skirt, it’s a little too bell like or something. As someone who has been in 6 weddings satin shoes always read bridesmaid to me and Anne looks like a bridesmaid. To make this work she really does need a color with some color in it and a better hair style. If she wanted to change I really wish she had chosen a wide leg pant and sexy tee. It would have worked with the hair and makeup and required limited jewelry to make it work.

    • MilaXX

      OUT. This dress is straight out of Dakota Fanning’s closet. There’s also a weird thing going on with the shape of the skirt, it’s a little too bell like or something. As someone who has been in 6 weddings satin shoes always read bridesmaid to me and Anne looks like a bridesmaid. To make this work she really does need a color with some color in it and a better hair style. If she wanted to change I really wish she had chosen a wide leg pant and sexy tee. It would have worked with the hair and makeup and required limited jewelry to make it work.

    • Christa Opheim

      I think it looks like she might have sat at some point. I’m not a huge fan of the color, I think she looks all one color. But I can’t fault the girl for sitting.

    • Christa Opheim

      I think it looks like she might have sat at some point. I’m not a huge fan of the color, I think she looks all one color. But I can’t fault the girl for sitting.

    • Anonymous

      Its too bad that her hair is covering up the *slightly* interesting cut of the dress.

    • Anonymous

      Its too bad that her hair is covering up the *slightly* interesting cut of the dress.

    • aussiegal77

      TLo, can you please do some kind of tutorial blog post on red carpet customs?  Like – why is it the gals wear shoes 2 sizes too big? It’s really obvious on the close-ups and it makes my eye twitch.  Who came up with the Have To Pee pose?  Whatever happened to the Hands On Hips Pose? Is it ever right to do Hands On Hips and Have To Pee?  Also – might we have an elective along the lines of “Nude Shoes – Their History and Proper Deployment”?

    • aussiegal77

      TLo, can you please do some kind of tutorial blog post on red carpet customs?  Like – why is it the gals wear shoes 2 sizes too big? It’s really obvious on the close-ups and it makes my eye twitch.  Who came up with the Have To Pee pose?  Whatever happened to the Hands On Hips Pose? Is it ever right to do Hands On Hips and Have To Pee?  Also – might we have an elective along the lines of “Nude Shoes – Their History and Proper Deployment”?

    • Anonymous

      Out.  The shoes are the only thing I like about the outfit.  The dress itself looks cheap (although it probably costs more than my monthly salary), more like the muslin mock-up of a dress than an actual dress.

      • Anonymous

        It does look cheap -the fabric has no weight or movement. It looks like the lining of a dress. 

        • Anonymous

          That’s it exactly – the lining of a dress!  OUT!

    • Anonymous

      Out.  The color is wrong for her and it looks bit nightgown-y.  Like she forgot to put on her dress and went out in her slip.  The shoes are going to give me nightmares.  They are worse in the pale color she has on than the black, but both are hideous.  Hair is fine, I guess, but it just helps along the impression she’s in her nightgown. 

    • Anonymous

      Out.  The color is wrong for her and it looks bit nightgown-y.  Like she forgot to put on her dress and went out in her slip.  The shoes are going to give me nightmares.  They are worse in the pale color she has on than the black, but both are hideous.  Hair is fine, I guess, but it just helps along the impression she’s in her nightgown. 

    • Anonymous

      Love ya Anne, but I have to say OUT.  The color looks like a stained pillowcase, complete with wrinkles.

    • Anonymous

      It does wash her out a bit, and it is wrinkled.  But I kinda like the shoes – I do like the model’s shoes, but I am sick of pumps. Sick of them.  I want to support the sandal look. It’s just occurring to me that strappy metallic sandals are apparently out and pumps are in, but for god’s sake it’s August and most of the pumps look awful.  So any sign of anyone wearing a metalic (even sort of metallic) sandal must be supported! 

      Anyway, I say in.  THis is pretty darn good.  Could be better, yes, but it’s pretty good.   

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

      I like the sandals with the dress but approve of the comment (LongTall_Sally) that the only interesting bit of the dress is the front of the armholes, invisible. The dress somehow suggests First Communion to me. OUT

    • Anonymous

      Eh, out, but I don’t feel passionate about it.

      • Anonymous

        Agreed.  Maybe it’s because she just look so beige? 

        And while I think she’s very pretty, is there something odd going on with her face in that closeup? 

    • Anonymous

      The dress silhouette reminds me of the patterns you are forced to sew in Home Ec.  She radiates cute, but OUT nonetheless.

    • Anonymous

      OK. This is really… Simple… A simple look.
      Maybe she forgot where she was going ? Maybe she thought she was going hometown for a family Thanksgiving’s casual dinner ?
      In SUMMER, yes, of course ! Come on, she was already all Christmas before that (and beautifully Christmas, by the way) ! Next it’s Easter Eggs day.
      So, out. Sorry.

    • Aiste Griciute

      She looks cute and I say IN. And I love the sandals. 

    • Anonymous

      I differ… I mean, she does look awful, but I blame the dress in a large, large portion. It’s plain ugly and I can picture Suri Cruise in it. 

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDI2DLE7DE3YPW2ONIHBWOVHMA ecallaw

        Ha! Suri Cruise–DEAD ON! Plus, Anne is way too pink-toned for this color.

    • http://www.facebook.com/samuel.j.donovan Samuel Joesph Donovan

      Ugh, so boring, so messy, so OUT.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=513945580 Megan Patterson

      The satin sandal defintely looks more sophisticated in black. I think they also could have worked in purple. Especially with the blah dress. At least she has dark hair though, so it doesn’t wash her out as much as it could have.

    • Anonymous

      Out. I agree entirely with the shoe issue.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=6416893 Jenna Kuhmann

      She can look so much cuter.  I understand the draw of those cream/beige colored clothes; I often see them on a mannequin and think how pretty they look and maybe, just maybe, this one time, beige against my super-pale skin will work.  Then I get logical and say, no, it never does, and navigate to another dress on the webpage.

      Anne, it’s time for you to have the same logical conslusions.  I know it hurts but it is what it is.  OUT.

    • Anonymous

      She looks sloppy and unkempt–unusual for her.  And if you’re going to wear an open-toed shoe, get a pedicure!

      • Anonymous

        Agreed! I don’t understand why celebrities who wear sandals don’t do something about their feet! A little pedi/color goes a long way!

    • Anonymous

      OUT – the dress is not doing her any favors.

    • Anonymous

      Looks like she had five seconds to change, and the dress had fallen in a heap on the floor during the movie…

      OUT.

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

      OUT – looks bad bridesmaid to me

    • Anonymous

      I’ll vote for the casually chic IN, but she could have done something better with her hair.

    • Jessica Rowe

      WHOA she has ugly toes.

    • http://phantomminuet.blogspot.com/ MinAgain

      Meh. Out.

    • Anonymous

      No, if this were a jewel tone it would have been ten times better.
      OUT.

    • Anonymous

      OUT. Hate everything about it, especially those hideous shoes. I usually love Annie’s looks, but this time – a TOTAL miss. Pardon me while I go wash out my eyeballs…or go back to Kathy Griffin the the Westwood.

    • http://profiles.google.com/katherinempg Katherine Pisarro-Grant

      Oooh. I want to like this, but the dress looks washed-out and wrinkly. I actually like the shoes, although I agree about a contrasting color being preferable. Annie, your smile almost makes it, but not quite! OUT

    • Margot Brose

      SHOES. SO. UGLY. OUT.

    • Anonymous

      Out. I agree with your comments!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lauren-Jean-St-Martin/504251897 Lauren Jean St. Martin

      Out. Hate her.

    • Anonymous

      Out–something about the whole ensemble is making her look less than fabulous and this girl is normally a knockout. 

    • Elena

      Well, maybe my eyes are broken, but I think she looks cute. In.

    • Bridget Dierks

      Please, please, sweet baby Jesus, do not let the DTM shoe trend hit the mainstream. There is nothing that screams GRUMPY BRIDESMAID like DTM shoes.

    • Vaniljekjeks

      Out.  So bland, it hurts. 

    • http://rachbomb.livejournal.com Rachael J.

      I agree about the dress color not working.  She should opt for either white or go more than 2 shades darker than her skin tone.  The shoes are eh, they blend with the dress as well.  Cute look, just bad color choice. Out!

    • Anonymous

      IN some issues but she looks super cute for an after party

    • Anonymous

      Out. Mainly because I seriously hate baby doll dresses.  Dresses that are designed for toddlers, should not be made in grownup sizes. It just looks wrong to me.  Toddler bodies versus a womans body…completely different.  Don’t like it. Hate DTM shoes. Hate them.  Out out out.

    • taodon

      So out that if it were in black, even Helena Bonham Carter would look at her and sneer, “Bitch, what ARE you wearing?”

    • Anonymous

      Sorry, OUT.  Bad color, bad style (dirndl skirts should never be worn by any girl over age 10), unkempt hair, uninspired shoes.  At least the dress was hemmed longer than on the model photo.

      LOVE the model’s shoes with the bow at the heel!

    • Anonymous

      something about the construction of the dress is off. I am an abysmally bad seamstress – terrible – and the things I sew come out looking like that skirt. puckery and wrinkled and not smooth and sleek at all. If I see a dress that looks like I made it, I know the wearer of that dress is in trouble. and awful DTM shoes.

    • Anonymous

      Casually chic!

    • Robert Sanchez

      Yeah, the dress is not a bad shape, but its color does her no favors, and the matching shoes are ugly. Out.

    • Rebecca Johnson

      Out. It’s too “8th grader at her first semi-formal”.

    • Anonymous

      Why do celebrities insist on wearing the same color skin tone as their dress? It just makes them look like that outfit and nothing else, as if the essence of the dress swallowed them whole and it’s just a floating moving garment with hair. Just picture it.
      She looks horrible, and it’s all just because of the color, but I absolutely abhor neutral colors deployed in this way. Okay, sure, she went way heavy on the eyes like she normally does, her makeup looks like a mask and her hair looks like it has last night’s mousse in it, but come ON. The dress is the main offense here. 
      Oh and the shoes are sooo I’m-attending-my-first-Cotillion-teehee! Now that I think of it, this whole look sucks. OUT.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MKHYZRDWQG7ZLPIM4YHP35RAEU Pumps &

      It hurts me to say OUT. I like AH, but I think I wore this dress when I was 10. But she is pretty and stuff, so I won’t hold it against her.

    • http://profiles.google.com/shawna.ready shawna ready

      Ugh the huge plastic belt-like closure on that shoe is so inelegant. Looks like they belong on a septuagenarian as well. 

    • Anonymous

      I’m torn.  The dress is super cute but this color works on very few and not on her; the shoes are cute but they are selected to match the dress and this really shouldn’t occur with this pale dress; and couldn’t they have at least touched a brush to her hair?

      Maybe I’m not as torn as I thought.  She is so lovely … um … er … no, no, no, she’s Out.

    • Anonymous

      At least paint your toenails if your going to wear satin shoes in that bland colour of nothing shade. They make her toes look so grubby. And she’s too pale to wear that dress without a hit of colour somewhere. 

    • Anonymous

      At least paint your toenails if your going to wear satin shoes in that bland colour of nothing shade. They make her toes look so grubby. And she’s too pale to wear that dress without a hit of colour somewhere. 

    • Judy_J

      It’s a cute little dress; would have been better in a different color, or any color for that matter.  And I think those shoes are adorable, and more importantly, they FIT!  I give her an in just for that alone (almost).

    • Judy_J

      It’s a cute little dress; would have been better in a different color, or any color for that matter.  And I think those shoes are adorable, and more importantly, they FIT!  I give her an in just for that alone (almost).

    • Anonymous

      You would think she could afford a pedicure.

    • Anonymous

      You would think she could afford a pedicure.

    • Anonymous

      Why oh why do grown women insist on wearing little girl silhouettes? I swear I had a party dress like this when I was 12. It just looks downright silly. Grow up already.

    • Anonymous

      Why oh why do grown women insist on wearing little girl silhouettes? I swear I had a party dress like this when I was 12. It just looks downright silly. Grow up already.

    • Anonymous

      The shoes killed it. Sorry Annie.

    • Anonymous

      The shoes killed it. Sorry Annie.

    • Anonymous

      I was at Anne Hathaway overload post-Oscars, she went away for a little while and now she’s baa-aaack. Ugh. As for the outfit: OUT.

    • Anonymous

      I was at Anne Hathaway overload post-Oscars, she went away for a little while and now she’s baa-aaack. Ugh. As for the outfit: OUT.

    • Anonymous

      That dress would be boring and unflattering on somebody who wasn’t the same colour as the fabric. On Annie its a crime. And the sandals are from Dr. Orthopedics’ evening wear line.
      OUT.

    • Anonymous

      OUT. She is thin as a Mr. Salty pretzel stick, and this dress makes her look like a balloon animal. NAY on the bare legs. Too much makeup for such a naturally pretty girl.

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

      the dress is fair but i really hate the shoes. i dont know if that helps.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kelsey-Albrecht/100001647200441 Kelsey Albrecht

      OUT. Plus her eyes and her teeth and her nose are all too big for her face, which is too pale, now. I don’t know whether she needs a haircut or weight gain or both.

    • Anonymous

      I don’t like her in beige ever. The sandals are better than the bow-bedecked pumps. Hair is signature but lazy.
      However, I will give her an IN because it is summer and the length is better on her than on the model.

    • Anonymous

      Also, the shape reminds me of the Alexander McQueen sketches for Duchess Cathy’s wedding dress, but McQueen’s don’t have the gathering/dirndl, just the volume at the sides.
       

    • http://twitter.com/DresswithAplomb Aplomb Pomilio

      uh-uh. out.

    • http://twitter.com/DresswithAplomb Aplomb Pomilio

      uh-uh. out.

    • margaret meyers

      This is close…… o u t.  :-(

    • Anonymous

      In! I think she looks natural and gorgeous.  I like the plain hair and toenails.
      She looks lovely!

    • http://profiles.google.com/sleepneeded Greg Polansky

      Out! It needs something. Not sure. Something else. 

    • http://twitter.com/LianaBrooks Liana Brooks

      The hair is killing me. Annie, call me, I know people. A cute little up-do would have done wonder. A bit of color wouldn’t kill you either. Maybe some jewelry. Okay, I see a bracelet hiding there, but it isn’t much. As red carpet look this is hideous. For an after-party after a long day and the promise of a longer evening I can be more forgiving. It isn’t bad as casual dresses go, even if it is bland. IN

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1077090078 Megan Sullivan

      My initial reaction was that she looks really cute. Different shoes would have been better, but still an IN.

    • Anonymous

      Out.  Also, she doesn’t have the beautifully attractive feet needed to pull off those sandels.

    • Anonymous

      So OUT

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

      OUT. It was so close — hair in a pony or a braid down the back, shoes different color, dress ironed, some wide bangles…

    • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

      Yup. OUT. Color doesn’t suit, hate the shoes. 

    • http://twitter.com/JaniceMSmith joy peace

      OUT – I hate everything about it.  :(

    • Susan Walker

      Why do the designers keep using this horrible color?  It looks good on so few women and the details of the dress are lost to the blah and wrinles show so much more than in actual colors.

      She is lovely but I am tired of the hair and like some of the looks I have seen in the trailer of the film.

    • Susan Walker

      Why do the designers keep using this horrible color?  It looks good on so few women and the details of the dress are lost to the blah and wrinles show so much more than in actual colors.

      She is lovely but I am tired of the hair and like some of the looks I have seen in the trailer of the film.

    • http://profiles.google.com/mercbubble42 Jessica O’Connell

      Oh Anne, what happened? Don’t you like this movie? OUT. The shoes. UGH. And, sweetie, I’m sure you’ve got a bottle of nail polish. Please use them on your toes when they will be shown in public, especially when you’re wearing such a bland color everywhere. A little pop of toenail polish would make you seem more interesting.

    • Anonymous

      I can’t decide which is more infantilizing — the bows on the model’s shoes or dresses that make grown women look like children.  OUT.

    • Anonymous

      Out. That Bazaar cover in the background is like a rebuke.

    • http://profiles.google.com/sntierney Shannon Tierney

      I don’t see how this one is any more comfortable than the other one, but whatever. Pretty dress, wrong for her coloring. Hair looks fine. Shoes don’t even look good on their own, and too bland with the dress.

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

      Bland! Sloppy! And anyway I am not willing to be easy on her until she ditches that heavy eye-make up that is totally overkill for her. OUT!!!

    • Anonymous

      out.  the dress looks like its homemade

    • Anonymous

      The faintly yellow color of the dress is doing to her what yellow dresses do to me – it’s making her look jaundiced.  And her hair is shiny clean, it just looks like she washed it and let it dry without combing it or anything.  I could maybe forgive those things if it weren’t for the shoes.  Those are some ugly, ugly shoes.

      She’s OUT!

    • Helen C

      OMG the makeup looks so scary on her.  

    • Anonymous

      I’m pretty sure I have a class photo from second grade where I’m wearing that dress.

      OUT. I am firmly opposed to adults wearing dresses that were designed for children in the 1970s.

    • http://twitter.com/jennsaysmeow Fifi LaRoux

      Out!

      Though she does look like she got a little on in the limo on the way over. Maybe that’s why she looks so happy.

    • http://www.joannao.blogspot.com JoannaOC

      NOBODY could look good in that dress.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1342900675 Susan Grisham

      zzzzzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZzzzzzzzzz maybe it looks better in person?  but seriously wearing a dress that is the near exact color of your skin is not a good idea. 

    • http://twitter.com/thelilerin erin l.

      out. It just got worse the lower I scrolled; those shoes give me the chills (not in a good way).

    • http://twitter.com/thelilerin erin l.

      out. It just got worse the lower I scrolled; those shoes give me the chills (not in a good way).

    • Anonymous

      OUT. MilaXX has it right, it does look like it came out of D. Fanning’s closet. It’s too precious and plain. And it’s wrinkled. The shoes, blech. They don’t look so much boudoir (though I get that satin shoes do lean toward boudoir) as they do the old lady version of sexy sandals. Horrible.

    • http://toodles.yelp.com AWStevens

      Rhetorical: does a urine-yellow dress look good on anyone?  Those shoes are way too clunky.  And the skin on her legs look razor burned.  OooooooooooooouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuT!

    • Anonymous

      The best way I can describe this dress is an “Inoffensive Yawn”. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got this sudden urge to take a nap. **OUT**

    • http://www.madamovarypart2.blogspot.com madam ovary

      Out, and yes, surprising because she usually looks so amazing.  Doesn’t Rachel Zoe style her?  But of course, she (Rachel) is probably home wearing black leggings and Roger’s old t-shirt, laced with stylish spit up.  Which isn’t a bad thing, just a taste of reality!

    • Anonymous

      Out. That color is really unflattering. 

    • Anonymous

      Out. That color is really unflattering. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=566983224 Erin Leahy

      awww I think she looks cute. and it is an after party, hair wise.

    • http://profiles.google.com/decapod73 T.S. Alexander

      Looks like a kid (in fantastic hair and makeup) playing dress-up… the clothes look much cheaper than they surely were :-(

      Out.

    • http://www.myblackfriendsays.com myblackfriendsays

      too wrinkled. out.

    • http://www.myblackfriendsays.com myblackfriendsays

      too wrinkled. out.

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

      Not a great color on her, matchy satin shoes were a poor choice, and most of all… Why won’t someone style this woman’s hair?! It’s the same “I let this airdry after my shower and barely brushed it” look she wore with the McQueen. Girl, no. OUT.

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

      Not a great color on her, matchy satin shoes were a poor choice, and most of all… Why won’t someone style this woman’s hair?! It’s the same “I let this airdry after my shower and barely brushed it” look she wore with the McQueen. Girl, no. OUT.

    • Anonymous

      The shoes look a little Golden Girl. And the dress looks cheap, though I’m sure it’s anything but. OUT.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1464580879 Sarah Oleksyk

      Oh my. OUT. I have such a hard time accepting these short, little-girl-cut twee dresses. They’re infantilizing and inelegant! Stick with the McQueen, hon.

    • Anonymous

      The only interesting aspect of this dress is the cut of the bodice … and Hathaway’s gone and covered it up with her scraggly hair.

      Thus no redeeming value anywhere, thus 100% OUT.  

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

      She looks good, and her hair does not look sloppy.  You do not get separation and texture in hair that length by accident.  Those waves have a lot of work in them, they are smooth and have great shine.  I do agree the shoes could have had some color.

    • Patricia Biswanger

      OUT!  And she needs a pedicure.

    • jmoss1

      Out. Get a pedicure and brush your hair. Oh, and learn a British accent if you’re going to play a British part.

      • Anonymous

        I wish I could like this twice I agree with it so much.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1406371763 Laura Sevigny

      She could also use a pedicure.

    • Anonymous

      I love this girl and I’m definitely going to have to take my mom to see the movie, but my mom would have told her, “That washes you out, wear a color.”  And she would have been right.

    • Anonymous

      In.

    • Anonymous

      She’s all washed out and there’s nothing there to catch the eye. Sorry Anne, you’re Out. Nice smile though.

    • Anonymous

      The dress is too beige, but it really doesn’t look bad. But…this makes me feel really old, but how can you be dressed up (she’s supposed to be dressed up, right?) without wearing stockings!!! It looks as bad as all of those guys in the rumpled suits. Picky, picky, picky, I know. But she’s still OUT!

    • Anonymous

      By the way, who changed your typeface? It looks fierce!

    • Anonymous

      Please tell me it’s not too late to vote!  Because, honestly… How OUT can you get?  The dress looks like 1930s kitchen curtains, the shoes are positively hid-hid-hiddy, and you don’t wear satin sandals without some polish on those gross naked toenails!

      She must have been drunk.

    • Anonymous

      Out.  And please paint your toenails, Anne.

    • Anonymous

      Contrasting shoes would have made this look infinitely better, as you said, but…I still really like it. And I hate beige everything. In.

    • Daniele Paulding

      She looks cute, but I do agree a better shoe would have helped the
      overall look. She is adorable though, and I don’t even mind the undone
      hair for an after party. IN.

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

      She look amazing for the premiere, and then she put her nightgown on apparently.  The shoes are so shiny around the back I thought it was bows.  I have to give her an OUT only because she really needs to work on getting it right 10 times out of 10 because she really does know better!

    • http://profiles.google.com/ballinger.jl Jessica Ballinger

      OUT!  Dirty ironing board cover indeed!

    • Anonymous

      Oh, Anne!
      You’re so much better than this!

    • Anonymous

      I love Anne, but that color is awful on her and the sandals scream MOB.  OUT!

    • Anonymous

      I love Anne, but that color is awful on her and the sandals scream MOB.  OUT!

    • Anonymous

      I love Anne, but that color is awful on her and the sandals scream MOB.  OUT!

    • oohsparkley!

      I vote OUT.  The dress is a 50′s grade school easter dress.  I sometimes like a matching shoe, but not in this case.  The color is blah.

    • sweetlilvoice

      Out. Her hair is driving me crazy in this look. And where is the color?

    • Grace Ritt

      In. It’s just an after party, guys. She needed something she could stumble back to her hotel drunk in. Anyway I think it’s super cute.

    • Anonymous

      OUT. The color is just wrong for her, and something happened to the skirt and where it attaches to the bodice in transit that makes it not sit right on her.

    • Anonymous

      OUT. The color is just wrong for her, and something happened to the skirt and where it attaches to the bodice in transit that makes it not sit right on her.

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

      Why is nude such a popular color?  Nude dresses and nude shoes with nude lips against matching skin tones.  So yawntastic.  OUT!

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

      Why is nude such a popular color?  Nude dresses and nude shoes with nude lips against matching skin tones.  So yawntastic.  OUT!

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

      In, I like the look and the color – i think it would look better on someone with a different skin tone.  She still looks cute though.

    • Anonymous

      OUT!  Annie, you’re too old to wear Elle Fanning’s outfits!  I’m just saying….

    • Anonymous

      I wore a dress a lot like this to my cousin’s Park Avenue hotel wedding….in 1964. And I looked better than Anne Hathaway does here even though I was kind of a fat kid. I like the shoes, but her bent toes worry me. 

    • Katherine Lavender

      Oh, go away Anne Hathaway. We are so not talking any more.