In or Out: Jessica Alba in Dolce & Gabbana

Posted on August 01, 2011

Let’s rip a preggo, kittens! It’s a longstanding T Lo tradition.

Jessica Alba arrives at ‘Spy Kids: All The Time In The World 4D’ Los Angeles premiere in a Dolce & Gabbana dress paired with a Roger Vivier clutch and a Dolce & Gabbana cuff.

Oooooooh, girl is making a lot of preggo mistakes on this one.  That’s quite the busy little pattern, and, combined with the shape of her body, the shape of her dress, and the shape of her what-the-hell-was-she-thinking hair, she looks like several scoops of ice cream plopped on top of each other. It’s a really cute dress, but we don’t think that tiered style was the way to go, especially since she’s not getting any boob support at all. Also, that is totally 1974 church lady hair. Pair it with cat eye glasses and a polyester Chanel suit ripoff with pills and you’ve got yourself a church secretary, organist, or choir director; possibly all three.


IN! SHE’S PREGNANT!!! Her expensive dress and jewelry were lent to her and her hair and makeup were done professionally, but SHE’S PREGNANT AND THAT OVERRIDES ALL OTHER CONCERNS!!!!

OUT! A melting star-spangled sundae.

The funhouse mirror version of Rachel Weisz was responsible for a lot of debate, but in the end, she was OUT.

[Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images]

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  • Anonymous

    Pregnant and (seemingly) braless is another mistake. That ruffle hits at the worst possible spot. Out.

    • Anonymous

      Amen.  I was just going to type that.

    • TRUTH.  Also the hair.  

    • Took the words right out of my mouth. Out.

    • Anonymous

      Yup, add in the hair comment, from below and it looks like we kittens have nailed the problem. 

  • Margot Brose

    Jessie, I know this is a tough time, but you must realize that during tough times, THE GIRLS NEED SUPPORT. This dress does not fit the bill. Sorry, girl. Out.

  • I like it fullstop–IN

  • Oh my God that is the OUTEST OUT that ever OUTTED.

    Seriously, I probably had a good 50-80lbs. on Alba when I was nine mos. preggo, and even I didn’t dress like that. Horrific.

  • If she had some better support (and hair) I’d forgive her. But as it is, she should know better. This isn’t her first time hitting the carpets preggo. Out

  • Anonymous

    OUT.  The tiers hit at all the wrong places.

  • This is a definite out.  Yikes.  She definitely needs a bra… and I don’t know… this dress just seems so sloppy and almost frumpy for her.  Not at all flattering.  I do agree that it’s a cute pattern, though.

  • Anonymous

    Star Spangled black licorice marshmallow puff.  OUT.

    • Anonymous

      OMG!  MzzPants is channeling Michael Kors!  Hahaha!

  • Anonymous

    LOVE the back of this dress and the pattern (no preggo woman should want to look slimmer. The bigger you get, the more publicity you’ll surely have). But the top is horrible and I feel sorry for the ladies. Just dangling there in a banana sling of a halter dress must be painful. Out. 

  • Grace Ritt

    I love the pattern and I love the dress and I do like her hair, but she really does need to wear a bra and it’s just not working on her. Also I hate that they made a Spy Kids 4. SPY KIDS 3D WAS AWESOME WITH ITS CLASSY 3D. OUT.

  • That ruffle! is like the dress was short and they randomly decided to make it long and hoped nobody noticed.

  • Anonymous

    I could forgive the hair if she’d worn a (better) bra and that dress was more streamlined (basically, just remove that no-function tummy seam/ruffle). As it is, OUT.

  • Anonymous

    That hair. I can’t. Out.

  • Anonymous

    Out. The hair and the ruffle under her stomach are awful. 

  • Anonymous

    Agree on the dress and lack of support.  The lines of stars heading down over her boobs emphasize the sag.  But I kinds like the hair–balances out the rest of her.

  • Anonymous

    This was a scroll down to an OUT for me. I liked the hair and the top of the bodice seemed interesting until I saw how saggy her boobs are. So, OUT. But, that being said, she’s very pregnant and should get some leeway. I’m sure that if you, T&Lo had a multi-pound lump on your fronts, you’d be thrilled to look as good as she does right now. 

  • It’s hot out and she’s pregnant so the hair gets a pass. The dress… good night what a hideous bed sheet. Why is there a ruffle on the butt? Why would black and white stars and stripes even be turned into a dress? Who did this to her? That’s cruelty to pregnant ladies.

    OUT – Fire the stylist and find someone who doesn’t hate you, Jessica.

  • Valerie Owens

    I see your points, but as a fellow preggo, gotta stand up for my sister here.  She’s pregnant and therefore wants nothing more than to be sitting on a couch eating ice cream.  All things considered, she looks great. I can’t see her shoes, but if she’s wearing heels, she gets 100 extra points.

    • Kate Small

      x2.  She gets a pass from me just for making it off the couch at this point.  Plus her skin is really, really beautiful.

  • Out. She kinda reminds me of a circus tent.

  • Anonymous

    The boobs look painful.

  • Anonymous

    Needs a bra. Seriously. I know it’s hot and uncomfortable, but she looks saggy, dumpy and slovenly. I don’t think the dress would be cute on anyone, but it’s especially unflattering on pendulous, dangling boobs.

  • Anonymous

    Girl is pregnant. With swollen everything. In the hottest freaking July ever. In my mind that gives her a free pass to go braless/undersupported….breasts do not always have to look perfect! Plus, she looks pretty.

  • I say in! She looks comfy, and cute. 

  • I want to give an erudite and well-reasoned comment about the full range of sartorial choices she’s made here, but all I can think is:

    Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra

    Free range boobage is not working here. If the bra is out, so is she.

  • Anonymous

    Out. Pregnancy should not exist without a bra. In fact, before bras were invented, we reproduced asexually. Plus that hair.

  • Anonymous

    I am going to assume she was just too hormonal to care. Out.

  • Anonymous

    She’s beautiful but this get up is awful. She looks miserable. Out.

  • Amy Graham

    As a fellow massively pregnant person, IT’S AMAZING THAT SHE’S EVEN STANDING. I’m going to go take a nap in solidarity.

  • Look, I’ve been pregnant twice in the summer, I know it’s hot and uncomfortable, but seriously, the girls need support particularly when out in public no matter how hot and uncomfortable one is.  When hanging around the house, let it all hang out – in public, get some support up in there.

  • This church secretary would never dream of being caught dead in such an ugly dress. And that hair! OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I like the dress but it’s not working on her. Her hairs pretty horrible too. Out, I’m afraid.

  • The lack of bra and second tier are highly problematic, but I love the print and I can’t help but think she looks cute. IN

    • Anonymous

      Yep, agree with everything you said. In.

  • Judy_J

    That dress makes her look enormous.  I’ve been pregnant twice, and I know how hard it is to find flattering clothing, but it CAN be done…especially if you’re a) rich, and b), famous.

  • Lies L.

    I oddly like the hair, but bleh. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  Free-boobing and hem issues aside, I find that print super juvenile.  It might work on Elle Fanning maybe, but not Jessica Alba.

  • Anonymous

    Her entire look is unflattering. She should know better. OUT.

  • I can’t help it- I love it. I could do without the hair and yes, she needs more boobal support but I am okay with overlooking it so I am giving her the IN. 

  • Anonymous

    Poorly place tiers, no support (ouch), and the hair combine for an OUT.

    For a split second I thought I like it, but it just doesn’t’ work.

  • Anonymous

    I looked better when I was nine months pregnant with twins, and FAT on top of it! 


  • She looks great from the bump up.  I like the hair and I think the boob issue is OK.  Not the greatest, but concession for carrying a baby inside of her and comfort wins.
    However,She lost me on the ass ruffle that cuts her bottom third in a bad spot.  And the accessories.  The cuff is a solid version of the fabric–talk about matchy-match. The silver nail polish–twee!  And ugly clutch.   These things have nothing to do with being pregnant and/or uncomfortable.

  • I don’t mind the dress, but I LOOOOVE the bracelet.

    However, the non-support (or poor support) of her poor breasts and the ice cream scoop hair, is just too bad to make it an IN.

    So she’s out.  Sorry, dear.

  • Mariah J

    I think she looks good considering. Sure the hair is a little high and the boobs need support but she looks like she’s enjoying herself and knows she looks good.
    I give her a pregnancy WERQ IN

  • Nora Mulllin

    OUT! I get that she’s a million months pregnant, hot and uncomfortable. So am I. There’s also not enough money in the world to make me go out in public in this dress. Did no one tell her that pregnant ladies can’t rely on strapless bras to hold the girls up? Or that there was a tier/ruffle running directly across the middle of her ass? If this dress didn’t have any ridiculous tiers it might’ve been fixable- especially if it also didn’t involve cheap plastic jewelry.

  • aussiegal77

    Oh dear.  Saggy sag sag on top and dizzying pattern all the way down thru baby bump to the floor.  WTH hair and kinda ugly chunky bracelet makes this one an OUT.  

  • bookish

    Oh dear. I look at that dress pattern on her pregnant belly and all I can think about are the star-bellied sneetches from Dr. Suess. That’s an OUT from me.

  • While a good foundation garment wouldn’t have hurt, I think she looks pretty and happy.  And I like the dress as maternity wear.

  • Oof, out.  My best friend is pregnant, and doesn’t have anyone to do her hair or pick out her clothes, and she would never go out like this, even to work.

  • The hem is super weird, and I’m HATING this star trend. It’s so Claire’s circa 1997.  She does look pretty and happy and I like the hair. However, I’m here to vote on the dress and for that she gets an OUT.

  • narita_rayna

    ooo OUT….  the bouffant hairdo, the gathers under the belly & no bra…  she looks like a cartoon. 

  • She’s Jessica Alba.  Of course she’s OUT.

  • Really? I think she looks great, hair and all.  IN

  • Anonymous

    “Pair it with cat eye glasses and a polyester Chanel suit ripoff with pills and you’ve got yourself a church secretary, organist, or choir director; possibly all three.”  Genius!  One of your best ever.

    I always find her boring but this is a complete OUT.  No one over the age of about 8 should wear head-to-toe stars.  Plus, the matching star bracelet is just ridiculous (though I’d like it paired with some jeans and a tee).  And, the lack of a bra while heavily pregnant just seems so uncomfortable.

  • Out – especially for the butt ruffle…

  • Tim Wong

    I give it an Almost IN… she is pregnant so i can deal wiv the print and the hair.. and even the braless boobs.. but ASS RUFFLES??? thats an OUT… last year its ass zippers.. now its ass ruffles… next year.. who knows? cutouts on the ass?

  • Anne Lucchesi

    Last I checked, pregnancy didn’t force you to have godawful hair when you are still rich and fancy and have stylists. There is no natural agency to blame for that hairdo.

  • Anonymous

    Out. Out. Out.
    Pattern is terrible. Bracelet is terrible. Fit is terrible.
    I don’t care that she’s pregnant. What has that got to do with styling choices?

  • Anonymous

    The tier is hitting in the most unflattering spot and girl needs to get a strapless bra. I like the idea wearing a dress like this for a kids super hero movie, but that hair tipped the scales. 
    Honey, you’re OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I’m usually sympathetic to pregnant women because I know it can’t be easy to dress their bodies during extreme weather conditions. But, this look definitely deserves an out. Hate the pattern and the butt-ruffle. She doesn’t even look all that thrilled with it either. OUT.

  • She looks elegant and very womanly – and at this stage in her pregnancy I give her 5 stars just for arriving with both shoes on her feet.

  • Vaniljekjeks

    Out.  She was my girlcrush during her Dark Angel days, and she looks really awful here.  Everything screams “OUT”.  

  • YUCK.

  • Alyson Lamble

    Out.  This dress would have been cute at about knee length.  And just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you have an excuse to go braless. Those girls need more support, not less.

  • Alyson Lamble

    Out.  This dress would have been cute at about knee length.  And just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you have an excuse to go braless. Those girls need more support, not less.

  • Erika Karnell

    OUT! She looks like a friggin sea urchin!

  • Erika Karnell

    OUT! She looks like a friggin sea urchin!

  • mcarlson

     OMG, I think she looks adorable!

  • Anonymous

    I really like her hair.

    Having been preggers a few times, the thing I can’t feature is no bra. It would be uncomfortable.

  • Anonymous

    It’s an okay look for late pregnancy on a warm night. It’s the premirere of a kids movie, so it wasn’t going to be super glam anyway.
    I’m not in love with the hip seam. The dress looks rather like an Old Navy Town Gown $12.99 for a limited time only. But I would say that is the fault of the designers, not the wearer.

  • Pregnancy fashion needs to leave the scene, PRONTO.

  • Anonymous

    I’m a fan of not wearing revealing clothes when pregnant, but this is much to far in the opposite direction. The tiers cut her into 3 spheres (boobs, stomach, hips) and make her look like a melting snowman. OUT.

  • For a woman that pregnant and in that heat she looks okay, but didn’t she used to be cute and sexy?  I guess she gave up on cute and sexy.  That bottom tier of the dress is what pushed it over the edge to total unflattering.  Those boobs look sloppy.  I mean if you are going out on the red carpet, put yourself together.  She looks like she’s going grocery shopping.

  • Anonymous

    Out. I have sympathy boob pain just looking at her.

  • OUT.  It’s the summer–she can find a mumu or caftan that’s more flattering. Oh, and that hair. Ew.

  • I like it so 😛

  • Adella Thompson

    Reminds me a barbi dress I used to have… although that was pink and glowed in the dark… which I can’t say wouldn’t have biased me more in favor of the dress in some kind of nostalgia delerium. Isn’t doing much for my ocular sockets ultimately and more of a meh out for me.

  • All I see is Ursula from the Little Mermaid.  Add me to the OUT chorus.

  • I’ve been pregnant in the summer and it is REALLY HOT!!! but not wearing a bra does not make you cooler.  Without the ruffle ass thing and with a bra, marginal in.  As is, OUT

  • Anonymous

    It’s an **OUT**. The bracelet reminds me of Rachel Berry’s signature, and the frock reminds me of Ursula the Sea Witch. But as a guy, I can’t imagine what it must be like for her… pregnant on a hot summer’s day in Los Angeles. I really can’t hate her (or her gay’s) decision to wear it.  It looks very breezy and comfortable, and that’s probably more important right now.

  • Anonymous

    She’s preggers – she gets a pass.  Woman’s gestating life in her uterus and still had energy to walk a red carpet.  Hell, she can wear a Hefty bag and get a pass . . . 

  • Anonymous

    The higher the hair, the closer to God, right? OUT

  • It makes my boobs hurt just to look at her. OUT! 

  • Anonymous

    i can forgive a lot of things of a wome heavily pregnant in the dead of summer.  i cannot forgive that hair (seriously wtf is up with that hair? from the neck up she looks like a toddlers and tiaras’ mom on pageant day).  and i cannot forgive that weird gather right around her tummy.  the general relaxed shape and and the star pattern i could get over.  i dont know how she is toting around with no bra on, i had to wear one to sleep in during the latter days of my pregnancy so the concept of walking around without one is mind boggling to me.  overall OUT. 

  • Ted Kane

    Ok, yeah, that dress is a mess on her, and the hair is, well, odd, but she’s got that I-survived-the-early-part-of-my-pregnancy glow, and she looks legitimately happy, not like she’s just smiling for the cameras, so I’m giving her a pass because she’s making me smile.  IN.

  • Anonymous

    I’m willing to forgive a lot when a woman is pregnant, but I don’t think the braless look is really the way to go for any woman who is expecting, not even for the genetically blessed. I can’t talk about the hair. She’s OUT

    Mad props for managing to look beautiful even when she’s this pregnant in this weather, though.

  • Jennifer Hofstetter

    Poor girl.  Seems like she’s been pregnant for about a year and a half.  Sadly, she looks awful.  OUT.

  • Joyce VG


  • Hey, I was pregnant with twins last summer, and when I was on couch rest, my girls were free as can be.  Now, would I have gone out like that? No, But I’m not cute and small like her.  Here’s the sad, gross truth.  When you’re pregnant in the summer and have profuse boob sweat under swollen breasts, you get a rash AND acne under your boobs, and the bra makes this worse, not better, because it rubs against it all–it’s a horrible existence, I’m telling you.  So, I salute her going bra-free.  And, who cares if the ruffle makes her look bigger?  She’s cute, she looks like she’s at least getting a breeze under that dress, and I like the hair, too.  IN.

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks glorious.  IN!
    (and I’m secretly still in love with those ice cream do’s even after 50 years).  lol

  • BuffaloBarbara

    I actually kind of dig the hair, but the dress is horrendous for maternity wear (I don’t think I’d like it much without the baby bump, either).  OUT.

  • I was pregnant, twice, and I usually tried to avoid making myself look like a walking circus tent.  OUT

  • I think pregnant ladies are fabulous and I understand it is probably really difficult to be both comfortable and look fabulous when you’re THAT pregnant. I would be forgiving to the dress due to its maternal purposes except for that TIER, dear lord. Its dividing her body into 3 parts in the most unflattering way.

  • Anonymous

    Aw, I’m giving her an IN. She looks clean, healthy and happy; having been there and done that, I know it’s about as much as can be expected from a hugely pregnant woman.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not feeling the bird’s nest chic. OUT.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    IN.  Not a fan of that dress on a pregnant woman, but think she looks radiant and pretty.  And don’t understand all the hair controversy–it’s fine.  Kudos to anyone who walks a red carpet while that pregnant.  

  • Anonymous

    Stars? Really?

    This is one of those dresses where the details are mostly cute up close, but the farther away you get the wronger (tm my mother) it looks. Out, definitely. The face looks good, though? She looks happy and healthy, so that’s nice.

  • Nicole Merrill

    OUT; droopy breasts combined with that weird teir right below her belly makes for one awkward dress.

  • Anonymous

    In short, OUT.

  • Alyssa Stanfield

    OUT. May have been cute with the proper support for the girls, no lower waist ruffle, and different hair & accessories. Also, a pop of color would have been nice (like a bright pink solid clutch).

  • I actually like the hair and the dress is cute, although that ruffly thing around her butt isn’t doing it any favors and she needs a bra. 99% of women could never hope to look this good at this stage of pregnancy. IN.

  • Out.  That ruffle is awful.

  • Anonymous

    She looks like Ursula from the Little Mermaid. Those stripes of stars look like tentacles, don’t they?

  • The top is saggy…and it could have been fixed even without a bra. Still, it is the butt seam that is the real crime here. What were they thinking? Everything else is cute or gets a pregnancy pass…but there is no excuse for ruffly exposed seam. Out.

  • Anonymous

    As someone who has had two babies, I can tell you that even on a modest budget there are tons of beautiful maternity clothes out there.  Jessica is a beautiful girl, has money and stylists and jewels and pretty frocks at her disposal, and she looks heinous.  There is no excuse for this.  OUT.

  • I can see everything that’s wrong here (no bra, ruffle at the worst spot, etc.), but I still think she looks cute.  Go figure.  IN.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. The choice to go braless was a poor one. Even if this was fabulous it would bring a great look down. As is, paired with this overly elaborate look and terrible hair…. TREMENDOUS out.

    Love the pattern on the dress though!

  • I actually really love her hair and makeup… From the neck up she looks beautiful. The tiered dress is just incredibly unfortunate, though. She is glowing from the baby, but it can’t save a bad dress. OUT.

  • IN.

  • No pregnant woman should wear a dress with a pattern made for preteens.

  • Anonymous

    In. I like it.

  • Anonymous

    Jane Fonda called from the 80s – she wants her hair back.

  • Anonymous

    Oh my.  Out.  

  • I think the dress is cute, but I can’t forgive the pregnancy-boobs-with-ZERO-support.  It just looks and sounds like a lactation disaster waiting to happen.  Out.

  • OUT. No bra. bad ruffle placement. I don’t mind the hair so much ::ducking::

  • Toto Maya

    Wow, that dress makes her look SUPER pregnant. Oh wait, she is. I did not know that.

  • i dont think marabel morgan would wear it, pre- or post- cellophane. too hippie.

  • At least she did actually go to a hairstylist though.

  • MilaXX

    IN for me. I think she looks cute. In fact I think she looks world’s better than Natalie Portman looked 99% of the time during her pregnancy. Quibbles; the bag is ugly and she needs a bra. However she doesn’t look tired and worn out, and the hair seems summer appropriate.

  • Anonymous

    She’s pregnant, and she’s out promoting what looks to be a craptastic movie with a smile on her face. I say give her a pass.

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks cute, so I’m saying IN. Except girlfriend is in desperate need of a bra.

  • Anonymous


  • Sam

    Here’s a question I’ve always thought about but never asked.
    If a celebrity is not an average Hollywood size for whatever reason. Why do they always go though the usual names for clothes when it’s such slim pickings?
    There must be many smaller designers would would kill, and I do mean KILL to get their clothes on a celebrity, even if it meant designing a dress specifically for a woman who’s pregnant or someone who’s a little larger than model size. I mean it can’t be that difficult to find someone who’s willing to make you a dress just to get their name out there, that doesn’t make you look terrible.
    (For example see above) Out!

  • Elena

    I think she looks cute! It could have used a bit more support, but I’m still giving it an IN.

  • OUT OUT OUT! She has worn cute stuff while pregnant, here she looks like she dressed up as the Universe for Halloween!

  • Sasha Jefferson

    In.  Having given birth not so long ago and having had to deal with being pregnant in 100 degree heat, I WISH I looked and felt as comfortable as she does in this dress.  Oh and really?  A bra?  She probably couldn’t breath with one on…

  • Cheri Lee


  • Anonymous

    You know what?  I could see her looking at all of these elements on paper or hanger and thinking it would be compfy, sexy and fun.  All feel short of her dreams……

  • Anonymous

    she looks pretty, happy, and comfy, which is kind of a miracle considering she’s pregnant. IN.

  • Anonymous

    braless sundae. OUT

  • Anonymous

    Oh, come on it’s cute !
    OK, apart the most needing support chest (girl ! what were you thinking ? You’re pregnant, your breast won’t forgive you for treating them that badly. No surgery will give them their youth back, sweetheart. And don’t get me started on your future back aches. Hope you’ll have a nanny to take care of your baby because you’re going to suffer).
    I still find her lovely, even with the useless ruffle.

  • Anonymous

    meh. OUT

  • Out the oddly placed ruffle looks….well…..odd.  And why does it look like she is showing that guy in the picture that her girls need some support??

  • i thought she looked like a chubby octopus.

  • Jessica Goldstein

    Ooof. Ruffles in all the wrong places, and a neckline that calls for small, pert, and supported breasts. OUT.

  • Aly Light


  • Aly Light


  • Well, she does look comfy… but she really needs a bra. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Just FYI – TLo, the church lady/suit/pills reference confused me for a nanosecond. I then realized you meant the polyester suit had pills, not the lady per se – although she probably had pills too. That is what was meant – that the suit was pilled ? Right?

  • Anonymous

    Well, I mostly like it. She’s way pregnant and if she doesn’t mind looking like a cheerful couch covered with made-over cafe curtains, why should I mind? BUT. The saggy boobs are too much for the red carpet.  I also like the hair, in theory, though the messy fly-aways visible from the rear view are not red carpet-worthy. Even if she WAS late for the hair stylist and had to leave the chair twice to go to the bathroom.

    So, OUT. I like the get-up and think she looks fine, if she’s happy. But it’s not good enough for a red carpet “in,” there’s a standard to be maintained. 

  • Courtney Hellams

    I say she’s in. I think she looks cute. 

  • Warmheartedgirl Seattle

    I like the bangle.  The dress’s print is too busy, and the tiers are not helping.  Worst offense is the droopy boobs – she needs some serious support right about now.  Hair is meh, makeup is fine.  I give her an OUT – she’s got the resources to do much better, no matter how far along her pregnancy is.

  • I like the dress ok (kind of an interesting maternity dress), but not the hair and the lack of any color. OUT. On the other hand, she looks happy which is a plus.

  • My currently significantly less pregnant self is cringing at the lack of boobie support.  Going without a bra is super painful!

  • Anonymous

    Out City. But I want that cuff.

  • Kristy Whaley

    Out.  It’s just too bad.  

  • Anonymous

    Sympathy IN. The only reason she was even at this premiere is because she has to show her face at any and all opportunities before the world forgets who she is. Given that she’s about 13 months pregnant, I’m sure she would much rather have been at home, on the couch with her feet up.
    The dress looks comfy, and I’m sure that was priority one.

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks OK and I like the bracelet. IN

  • Anonymous

    She looks happy and glowy, but the styling kills me. Everything in black and silver, down to the nail polish? Puh-leeze. Out.

  • True equality means making fun of the stupid shit pregnant women wear to the same extent that we mock their non-with-child counterparts. Thus, OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Obviously from the clearance rack at Macy’s. Bracelet from SEARS.  Enough of that….who is the cute guy in the background?

  • Anonymous

    Out.  I HATE long, tiered dresses.  A pregnant woman in one looks like a sectional sofa.  

  • Jeez, I guess I’m way in the minority here. I think she looks great. It looks cool and comfortable and she definitely needs that right now. IN.

  • I like everything about it you hated.  Her hair looks sexy to me… The dress is cute too.

  • Hate the dress with a passion, but in all honesty, I do like the hair (I don’t care!). Still, it’s an out. I do think she looks very healthy and much more attractive with a little more meat on her arms and face 😀 She should keep it!

  • OUT. Never be afraid to show you’re pregnant, but this is something else.

  • Anonymous

    its not braless..her boobicals fall JUST at half down the upper arm as they should I think she looks pretty damn cute. Color could belighter – but hair up mid blazen summer – Im into it.

  • margaret meyers

    Out 🙁

  • Anonymous

    Out for lack of a foundation garment.

  • Anonymous

    Out for lack of a foundation garment.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  Back in day, ugly maternity clothes were accepted as the only things available, but there are so many better choices today.  Being pregnant is no excuse for that look.

  • Anonymous

    When did Rihanna get knocked up?

  • OUT.

  • Anonymous

    It’s never time for a tiered dress, and especially not when one has a bun in the oven. OUT.

  • Anna Maria Diamanti

    Call me crazy, I don’t get the hate. Yes, she needs more support up front but that dress is fab, the chunky bracelet is a perfect compliment, love the hair. And I love how the tiered effect works on a pregnant–when you’re that far along, there’s no point in trying to minimize. I say she WERQed it.

  • I have a slight weakness for the church lady hair. From the front, her hair looks very pretty. But, really Jessica, if someone  says to you “spangled maternity halter dress with matching cuff” you should back away slowly. Or hit them with your purse. Out.

  • Terence Ng

    Visually, it’s very Ursula the Sea Witch, and I love her for that.

  • Caitlin Gozdecki

    I can forgive the print and possibly the hair.. but that one ruffle right across the butt mixed with bra-less boobs? Let’s just say- pregnant or not, its an OUT

  • Anonymous

    OUT. The way this dress is seamed is incredibly unflattering on her.

  • I think she needs a better strapless bra, but other than that I say in. At that stage in my pregnancy I was wearing yoga pants and t-shirts. I know you make fun of people who give pregnant women passes, but seriously, what the hell do you know about being pregnant. It ain’t a lot of fun. She looks great for a woman with a young kid and who is very pregnant.

  • Anonymous

    Cut her some slack, she’s pregnant in the summertime. Wish she’d worn a bra but she looks cute all things considered. Giving her an IN.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. The girls really need some support and the hair, well, what TLo said. And no girl needs a butt ruffle.

    • Alloy Jane

      Butt ruffle, lol.  Honestly, that pattern makes her look like a jellyfish.

  • Anonymous

    she needs more support on top and that weird seam right below her belly is a no no. The print I could take it or leave it. For the hair, I love it. It is campy and we need more camp on the red carpet, although it needs to be better in terms of the technical side. OUT 

  • Anonymous

    the hair color suits her.

  • Look kids! It’s the feather duster from Beauty and the Beast! OUT

  • Prom hair. Out.

    • Anonymous

       that was my first thought too!  but prom hair that your friend who’s practicing to become a stylist did for you at home, because it’s just a giant ball of wilted frizz.

  • Anonymous

    I give her a pass on what would ordinarily be a questionable hairstyle, because it’s very hot and she’s very pregnant.  The dress is just terrible—between the extra horizontal ruffle and the unconstructed bodice, I don’t know which is worse, and neither is very flattering for a woman who’s expecting.  If you want to stay home with your feet up, honey, then DO SO and skip the silly premiere–we all understand.  If not, then make the effort to look better for your fans and yourself.  Seeing you in this dress makes me wince.

  • OUT, it makes it look like her breasts are melting.

  • OUT. agreed, she looks like scoops of ice cream layered on top of each other, and the stars pattern just looks cheap. Polka dots would have been better than the stars.

  • Out. The pattern looks like tentacles from a distance, and with her shape and hair she’s looking like Ursula!

  • I could accept the badly placed ruffle if there was chest support. 

  • foodycat

    A bra and better hair would have made all the difference. 

  • Anonymous

    OUT, she needs some support for her boobs, honey they are huge and heading south, you need to lift them now while you still can.

  • As I have learned over and over when trying them on (why I continue to do so, I have no idea), that dress shape doesn’t look good with anyone with any meat on their bones at all.  Ever.  Love the print of the fabric, tho’.

  • Anonymous

    I actually think the dress would have worked extremely well for her  if it didn’t have that tier around the hips.  If it fell straight to the ground I actually think it would have complimented her pregnant form very well, and the pattern doesn’t bother me at all.  I was thinking 1974 Miss Alabama hair, but I hear ya.  IN

  • Patricia Biswanger

    Yikes.  OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t hate any of it but the hair. Oh, lord. The hair. I’m not crazy about the pattern on the fabric or the tiers, but I don’t HATE it. The hair, I hate.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t hate any of it but the hair. Oh, lord. The hair. I’m not crazy about the pattern on the fabric or the tiers, but I don’t HATE it. The hair, I hate.