WERQ: Christina Ricci in J. Crew

Posted on September 15, 2011

Christina! Hey, girl!

Christina Ricci in J. CrewChristina Ricci attends Nylon Magazine cover dinner in New York City in a J. Crew dress.

hristina Ricci in J. Crew

hristina Ricci in J. CrewWe just wanted to tell you that we still kind of hate that cover and we’ll always maintain that you shouldn’t wear your hair back, but that doesn’t matter because we think that dress looks adorable on you and we kind of love the copper metallic pumps paired with it, oh, and also your makeup is fabulous, so you WERQ that covergirl moment, girl!

‘kay, bye! Enjoy the party!

 

EDITED TO ADD: For some reason (maybe a lot of newcomers) the commentariat seems to have decided it’s okay to make fun of someone’s physical characteristics. It’s not okay here and it never has been. We had to, for the first time in this blog’s history, actually close a comments section this week permanently due to the overwhelmingly nasty comments. Please knock it the hell off.

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  • Sara__B

    I love seeing the different ways she dresses her tiny, but very curvy, body, and “styles” her stunning, quirky face. Well done, as usual.

  • Sara__B

    I love seeing the different ways she dresses her tiny, but very curvy, body, and “styles” her stunning, quirky face. Well done, as usual.

  • Leslie Carver

    I agree that she looks great, but I’m kind of concerned that a stiff breeze will come up and show everybody her business . 

  • Leslie Carver

    I agree that she looks great, but I’m kind of concerned that a stiff breeze will come up and show everybody her business . 

  • Anonymous

    Super cute, but just a schoch too short?

  • Anonymous

    Super cute, but just a schoch too short?

  • Joanna Schuth

    Not a fan of that makeup. Big forehead = lots and lots of powder. Never, never shiny.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jude-Brown/1350939326 Jude Brown

      She’s a lovely girl, but I think the exaggerated puppet makeup is scary.

      Her makeup is much cuter, more naturalistic in the cover photo: although that photo has it’s problems, too.

  • Joanna Schuth

    Not a fan of that makeup. Big forehead = lots and lots of powder. Never, never shiny.

  • http://twitter.com/ILikeShiny Cindi Williams

    Whenever I see her with her hair pulled back, it looks like it hurts her a little. Still, love the dress and heels. Mwah!!

  • http://twitter.com/ILikeShiny Cindi Williams

    Whenever I see her with her hair pulled back, it looks like it hurts her a little. Still, love the dress and heels. Mwah!!

  • Anonymous

    she is adorable but i think the dress is way to short

  • http://twitter.com/bredalot Breda Smith

    She looks great, but HOLY COW would that not be a dress on me. Or maybe she had it shortened? Doesn’t look super-J. Crew, either, but it’s pretty!

  • Anonymous

    Whenever I see Christina in bangs, I think “wow, what a striking woman”. Whenever she has her hair pulled back, I think “wow, what a huge forehead”.

  • Anonymous

    Too “Baby Doll” for my taste.

  • Anonymous

    Super cute, but the dress is a little short. A small breeze or her to bending the wrong way would surely show all her business.

  • Anonymous

    She looks great! I love that she’s wearing something that I could actually afford to purchase myself and still have money for the rent.
    Good on ya, Christina!  

  • Anonymous

    Always thought the guideline was either strong eye makeup or strong lips, not both.  And, woo-hoo, a girl like me with a big forehead who isn’t hesitant to skin back her hair!  Even with the makeup quibbles, she’s adorable.

    • Anonymous

      I always think she looks kind of modelesque when pulls her hair back. I don’t understand why people deride her for her forehead.

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

      It’s a good general rule, but in her case I think she could’ve pulled it off (large faces can get away with it sometimes, see: Hathaway, Anne) except the makeup is way too harsh here. The silver eyes, sharp brows and eyeline, sharp lip all overwhelm when contrasted with that soft white gown. Would’ve loved it if everything was smudged up and softened more.

  • Anonymous

    Seems like a lot of makeup. Makes her look a little hard. Cute dress. 

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

    Cute dress, but the hair…oh the hair….

  • Sobaika Mirza

    I love it! She manages to look both adorable and sexy. She could have used a lighter hand with the makeup though.

  • http://www.myblackfriendsays.com myblackfriendsays

    I would have never thought that dress was from jcrew.

  • Anonymous

    She’s got some gams! I love everything but her pulled-back-too-tight hair and her shiny face. She’s WERQing that dress though.

  • Valerie Owens

    I’m sorry, I like her, but here, her head is scary. Everything below the head is great. But her head is scary. And shiny.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VA5XLSF3QRELSC3MUFSXLP4EIE rebecca

    Cute dress. Please, please, PLEASE can we diminish the appearance of platforms on the red carpet? So sick of them.

  • Anonymous

    I love the shoes!  Could we make this the trend that replaces the silly-putty shoes?

  • Anonymous

    Another actress I’ve always loved–she looks really cute and happy here.  I wish the dress were a few inches longer, but that’s a quibble.  And bravo for interesting shoes!

    • Anonymous

      I don’t mind the dress being so short on her.  She’s so tiny, and the short length makes her look leggy instead of stubby.  So I’m giving her a pass on the short hem.  The make-up is a bit heavy, but I think in general she look adorable.

    • Anonymous

      I’ve always loved her too.  I actually secretly wanted her to be cast as Selina Kyle in the next Batman flick instead of Anne Hathaway. Anyway, those shoes alone deserve a WERQ.

  • Anonymous

    Her head just looks giant.  It distracts me.  I wonder if her mean nanny once told her she had a giant head and in opposition to this, she has refused to wear bangs to soften it ever since.   Now she is a beautiful girl – but honestly, I have an urge to post a bill on her forehead, so that can’t be good.

  • Anonymous

    Are these photoshopped because her left arm looks mighty peculiar. Maybe a bad angle. She looks great, even though I think that narrow cut around the shoulders is flattering to almost no one. And her hair has has to come down so as not to highlight the fact that her head is getting disproportionate to her body. She’s getting close to a bobblehead.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5LU5C262WB3Z5F4WZ6QGKXLNLE JaneM

    Hey, lay off the girl’s unusual head. One of her parents is obviously a grey alien.

  • Judy_J

    Dynamite shoes!  That was the first thing that caught my eye!  The dress is adorable and looks great on her.  I do wish she’d 86 the peeled onion hairdo, though. 

  • Anonymous

    If you change the shoes, it looks like she’s dressed for a dance recital – stage makeup and everything.

  • Anonymous

    Now look at this.  I would never in a million years have thought I could put those copper colored (“warm”) metallic shoes with that icy white-with-crystals-and-silver dress.  I learned something today!  And I know that everyone hates this discussion, but I can’t help it– she is looking a little frail.  She used to look more like a “normal” person; now she looks like a too-skinny actress.

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

    God, I love the dress and shoes but OW that’s some severe hair.

  • Anonymous

    Really? 
    i. she does not have the face for that hairstyle (hardly anyone does)
    ii. the shoes, while fabulous, are far too heavy for the dress
    iii. the dress is cut right to the point where it makes her thighs look heavy (which is clearly NOT the case)
    iv. the proportions just seem off all round.  I’d have given her a flatter sandal myself.

    I don’t think it’s even an IN let alone a WERQ

    • http://beautyforrealgirls.blogspot.com/ accidental housewife

      I think her thighs look fantastic.

    • Anonymous

      If her thighs look heavy, I’d hate to have you see mine.  And I adore my thighs.

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

    She looks amazing.

  • Scott Isaacs

    I didn’t even notice the dress. Her FACE! Oh. My. God. That FACE. It burns my retinas. Particularly on the first picture. Like a Martian trying to pass as an Earthling. TOTALLY the wrong makeup. And hey…she’s got a great smile…why not show it off?

    But that’s my O. And there is a reason why I am one of the lowly commentariat and not invited to Fashion Week.

  • Anonymous

    Good lord I am getting a headache just looking at her hair. That is the worst hair style for that forehead. And I am going to hate myself for saying this but that girl could use that forehead as a billboard.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1344922354 Eric Scheirer Stott

    She looks like she’s going to star in BRATZ…….The Movie

  • Anonymous

    Love the look and especially love her!

  • Anonymous

    Love the look and especially love her!

  • Vaniljekjeks

    She looks gorgeous and the dress and shoes are so cute! 

  • Vaniljekjeks

    She looks gorgeous and the dress and shoes are so cute! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Elaine-Lang/100000366510311 Elaine Lang

    The good china is going to make an appearance any second.

    That dress either requires 3 more inches (minimum) of length or leggings.   And, leggings wouldn’t go.

  • Anonymous

    Her forehead is her trademark feature.  I think she looks great when she shows it off.

    Love the dress and the copper shoes.  

    • Sara__B

      Yep. Her forehead helped her land the movie role (Addams Family) that
      made her a child star. She’s not afraid to show her whole face, and usually
      highlights her huge eyes (and acting talent) instead of focusing on
      hiding her forehead. She’s built her career on unconventional roles and unconventional looks. Obviously, I think she looks great, too.

    • Sara__B

      Yep. Her forehead helped her land the movie role (Addams Family) that
      made her a child star. She’s not afraid to show her whole face, and usually
      highlights her huge eyes (and acting talent) instead of focusing on
      hiding her forehead. She’s built her career on unconventional roles and unconventional looks. Obviously, I think she looks great, too.

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

    I like the dress. And I love the shoes. But I just don’t like mixing metallics. It’s probably an outdated fashion “rule” but it still bugs me. She looks fantastic, and the photo op is incredibly silly. 

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

    I like the dress. And I love the shoes. But I just don’t like mixing metallics. It’s probably an outdated fashion “rule” but it still bugs me. She looks fantastic, and the photo op is incredibly silly. 

  • Terence Ng

    I dunno, she looks sort of caked in the head region while the dress is soft and airy. Engh…

  • http://theredheadd.wordpress.com deb wood

    she is very shiny, and that dress belongs in my closet.  the end.

  • Anonymous

    I’m in the way too much makeup and the dress is too short camp.  Generally I love the way she dresses (although obviously not on the magazine cover) but I think this look is off…

  • Joyce VG

    you go girl! the dress is so pretty.

  • Anonymous

    I think La Ricci has decided that she can’t get away from her unusual face, so she’s going to flaunt it.  I kinda like the slicked-back hair– it’s sorta “I look good just the way my genes made me.”

  • Toto Maya

    She looks cute, but I wish she hadn’t tied her hair back like that. If it was hanging down more it would be perfect.

  • Anonymous

    the dress seems to eat her middle section. she looks like a floating head & legs. weird.

  • Anonymous

    Love her lipstick. Wish I could get away with that red!

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks prettier in this dress than on the cover. I was very happy to see that there is good coverage when she sits down! I wonder if the dress would not look so short in lower heels?

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks prettier in this dress than on the cover. I was very happy to see that there is good coverage when she sits down! I wonder if the dress would not look so short in lower heels?

  • Anonymous

    I’m not against pulled-back hair, but it looks kinda frizzy, doesn’t it? I’m also not wild about the heavy make up. However, she is working that dress and shoes.

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks darling, and she’s small enough–not to mention young enough!–to carry off that short skirt. Hate the magazine cover, but love how she looks unveiling it!

  • Valerie Owens

    Aw, i didn’t mean to be mean earlier. She’s a beautiful girl. I just don’t agree with the makeup. It’s so harsh. That’s what I meant to say. Sorry.

  • aimee_parrott

    Ooh, I love those shoes!  She looks great.  I do think she looks better with a wee bit of volume around her face, but I can’t fault this look.  Brava!

  • Anonymous

    Love everything about it.

  • http://korilian.livejournal.com/ korilian

    That’s a dress? I thought it was a shirt. (she looks pretty cute though)

  • Anonymous

    TLo: is there a comment policy, apart from what’s in the T&C? I think I’m behaving but I want to be sure I’m not being an inadvertent buffoon. Ta, boys.

    • http://www.tomandorenzo.com Tom and Lorenzo

      Stick to critiquing those things that can be changed through styling: clothes, accessories, hair, makeup. Stay away from criticisms of body parts and weight. It’s fine to talk in terms of what works best for someone’s physical makeup, e.g., “She shouldn’t wear her hair back” vs. “Her forehead is HUGE.”

  • Anonymous

    TLo: is there a comment policy, apart from what’s in the T&C? I think I’m behaving but I want to be sure I’m not being an inadvertent buffoon. Ta, boys.

  • Anonymous

    She is running a little close to opening the cupboard and showing everyone the good china.  2″ more skirt.  But still cute as heck.

  • Anonymous

    Very cute, very Christina! This is the way I like to see her!

  • Anonymous

    I normally hate hate hate shapeless shift dresses like this one with a fiery passion, but somehow she’s managing to not only pull it off, but make it look fabulous.  I have new-found respect for her on that front.  As weird as the cover shot is, though, I actually think the hair and makeup suits her better than what she’s sporting here.  Overall though, she looks fantastic.

    And actually, upon looking again, I think a large part of why she looks so good is the confidence with which she’s rocking this.  You WERQ that shit, girl!

  • http://twitter.com/CheriCPat Cheri Patrick

    Love it – even the ridiculously short length.  I do wonder what she was wearing under there, but think a short girl can get away with that length without looking quite so vulgar.  I also keep thinking if that were me, there would be a red lipstick mark on that white dress where it floated up against my lips, as all things white on my body are attracted to whatever will stain the most.

  • MilaXX

    she needs some blotting paper and she should have worn her hair out. otherwise cute look.

  • http://www.deathbywhippedcream.com/ Addis R. Pérez

    The dress appears to be short, but look at where are hands fall in comparison. I always thought that skirts/dresses were considered short if they didn’t pass the fingertips.

    I think she looks fantastic!

  • Anonymous

    This would definitely be a “wear short-shorts underneath just in case you showcase the goods” type of dress for me. She’s workin it though. Love the makeup.

  • Anonymous

    Oh my, I missed all the drama…she looks totes adorbs, though

  • Anonymous

    Definitely a WERQ!  Love the shoes.  Never thought you could mix copper and silver.

  • Anonymous

    “close a comments section this week permanently”  ??  I wonder where I was.   

  • http://twitter.com/lenabena_ Elena

    “EDITED TO ADD: For some reason (maybe a lot of newcomers) the commentariat seems to have decided it’s okay to make fun of someone’s physical characteristics. It’s not okay here and it never has been. We had to, for the first time in this blog’s history, actually close a comments section this week permanently due to the overwhelmingly nasty comments. Please knock it the hell off.” 

    I love you guys. She looks great.

  • Jessica Goldstein

    Very cute dress. Not too short for photographic stills, but possibly too short for wearing in the real world. Also, while I did not see any nasty comments, I thank TLo from the bottom of my heart for getting rid of them and/or closing comments sections when needed. This is one of thew few places where it’s safe—and enjoyable!—to read the comments. That takes a team willing to put in the time to moderate. So thank you, again, for keeping one corner of the internet civil.

    • vmcdanie

      Part of me is sorry I missed all the drama but, yes I absolutely agree Jessica. Most internet sites I have to studiously avert my eyes from the comments so as to preserve the already brittle faith I have in the future of mankind.

      As far as Christina goes, I think she looks quite lovely here including the hair and I’m normally not a bun fan. I would expect the shoes to clash but they don’t. But the length of the dress is distressing me. One light breeze and we’ll see her lady bits.

  • Anonymous

    I love.

  • Michelle Prahl

    Love it, mostly. She needs bangs. I think that would go a long way in mitigating her high forehead. I don’t say that to be nasty, just as an honest assessment. She has a high forehead and it makes her face look out of proportion. I’ve seen her with bangs, and she looks great. I just wish she would stick with them! Clothing-wise, this is about perfect. :)

  • Anonymous

    Oh she is so lovely these days!  I’ll give her a WERQ because she is rocking this look from head to toe!

  • Anonymous

    I had to google “christina ricci bangs” and look at the images. Honestly, bangs don’t suit her much either. She looks great with a sideswept bang in this picture: http://www.glamour.com/beauty/blogs/girls-in-the-beauty-department/2010/11/can-a-headline-just-say-gorgeo.html  but most of the time opted for a Anna Wintour-esque look.  Forehead or not she’s a beautiful girl. The look just get’s an In from me.

  • Anonymous

     Dress is adorable, though I join the other kittens in worrying that if she walks too fast or stands in a puff of air that she might give an unexpected show. I will trust that she planned accordingly and is wearing matching underwear like tennis players do.

    I love her large features in her pixie face, but I join you in wishing she would let her hair down. Sometimes she goes positively inhuman, which is great when you’re Wednesday Addams, but I would like to see her trying a warmer look sometime.

  • http://twitter.com/alienspouse Jen Alien-Spouse

    Love this look on Cristina, and love T&Lo for keeping the comments a fun and lively place to be without having to worry about snark. You and the Fug Girls must have some great war stories to swap about particularly contentious posts!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=27432316 Ally Monge

    She looks stunning. But then again I <3 her.

  • Anonymous

    Freaking adorable.  And I COVET those shoes.

  • Anonymous

    thanks for always making t.lo an awesome place to comment sans trolling and body-shaming. i know it’s not easy, but it IS appreciated.

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

    I think she looks fabulous from head to toe. Full stop. 

  • http://www.beautifymylifeblog.com Jessica

    I’d like it better if it was an inch longer. But her makeup looks awesome, and I love the neckline on her.

    • margaret meyers

      That neckline really works for her.

  • Anonymous

    i find the makeup offputting. dress too short. love the shoes

  • Anonymous

    The dress is bordering into show us your panties territory, the makeup could use a lighter touch (along with some blotting paper), but for a tiny gal her gams look a mile long

  • Anonymous

    She looks really cute and I love the dress, but dang it’s short. Gyno short.

  • Anonymous

    Agree that she shouldn’t wear her hair pulled back so tight, otherwise she looks really adorable.  Perhaps the dress is a scooch too short, but she has killer legs so what the hell…go for it, I guess. 

  • Anonymous

    I don’t like it and I don’t know why.   I think it’s a little too much like a baby-doll nightie.  She’s cute.  Bangs maybe.

  • Anonymous

    Pray tell, what were the physical characteristics that people were commenting on?  I must have missed that.  

  • Anonymous

    Pray tell, what were the physical characteristics that people were commenting on?  I must have missed that.  

    • Anonymous

      My guess (and it is only a guess!) is that some people are of the opinion she is too tiny.  She is a very petite young lady but some have made less than kind remarks about the possibilty that her health or weight is not good.  Silly people……

    • Anonymous

      My guess (and it is only a guess!) is that some people are of the opinion she is too tiny.  She is a very petite young lady but some have made less than kind remarks about the possibilty that her health or weight is not good.  Silly people……

    • http://twitter.com/willowjk Willow

      My guess is that people were ragging on her large forehead, as the commentators do pretty much all over the fucking internet. I am just a tad sensitive to this since she is pretty much my doppelganger, fivehead and all. Apparently we should be sporting paper bags over our heads in shame.

    • Anonymous

      i don’t think they were commenting on christina.  the comment to one of the posts on a PR party are closed, i guess it was something there.  i’m curious too-i didn’t notice anyone looking particularly awful, lol.

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

        Ah, was that the post. Then it’s Suede-related, methinks. I made a harmless joke (nothing to do with looks) but I recall a lot of very mean-spirited stuff. 

  • Anonymous

    its a little too short dontcha think? but overall she’s adorable…
    and ew to the ppl making nasty comments

  • Anonymous

    She does look adorable here!  I have always loved her smile and I think she has arresting eyes.  That fantastic little dress works great on her tiny frame.  You GO girl!

  • margaret meyers

    I think the  v e r y  short dress is a tip of the hat to the Go-Go dresses.  Isn’t her stweardess show a period piece?  So, yeah, I thinl it’s too short, but I think that was what they wanted.

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

    TLo, I’ve always enjoyed the fact that even when you’re being “bitchy” you’re never mean-spirited. You may criticize the dress, the hair, the styling, but never the person. You’re also fiercely anti woman-shaming, whether it be Mildred Pierce or Vogue Magazine. Love the idea of “dress the body you have” meaning that in your worldview, everyone can be beautiful with enough effort.

    So, keep up the good work. Love your blog.

    As for Christina, love that she’s wearing J. Crew like the rest of us plebs, and I agree that the look needed big make-up. So WERQ it.

  • http://profiles.google.com/fade131 Fade 131

    Adorable but I wish she’d wear her hair down!

  • Susan Crawford

    Ms. Ricci is adorable in this little frock. Only a very petite gal can rock a full-on baby-doll, and only petites with a bit of a baby-face, such as hers. And she DOES rock this. I loved her with that thick, shiny fringe of bangs she sported a while back, and I wish she would return to it, or do a side-swept, looser hairstyle, but she is just so darn CUTE that I can’t resist giving her a major WERQ! (If they ever do a live-action, ironic film or Broadway version of Betty Boop, little Ms. Ricci could nail that beeyotch to the wall, no?_

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6PUVFQ7YCZZFZRIER6BEJ4HVYE Amye

    Surprisingly she doesn’t look “twee” or trying to hard in that dress, which screams “young, new, startlet”.

    But it sooo works on her. 

    I’ve always loved her since she was a young, twee startlet in teen movies that I watched with my daughter, and fell in love with her quirkiness and talent.

  • http://vhanna26.typepad.com Vera

    Super duper cute.  The hair works too.

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress on her, but I have to disagree on one point – HATE the make-up.  She’s got too great a face to go all Tammy Faye.

  • Anonymous

    Damn! I COVET those shoes! I think she looks wonderful.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry, not a WERQ but an out for me.  Too short, too bland, makeup harsh, hair doing nothing for her. She looks better on the cover.

  • Anonymous

    She’s such a cute pixie. Good actress, too.  Love the dress.

  • Anonymous

    I do love the dress and shoe combination (no word on the “matchy” clutch TLo?) but I do NOT think that make up is fabulous and it would have pushed the look into an OUT for me if this was such a post. I don’t mind Christina with her hair pulled back because I think her unique face is her signature but the way to do pulled back hair is SLEEK which here, hers is not. So ultimately I disagree with the WERQ assessment as we all know she can look so much better on the red carpet.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IHWCJIMARF4OOW6PQZQS3RFOOA JillK

    The makeup is exquisite. The babydoll dress is way too short (yikes!). I give her credit for bravery in wearing her hair back in spite of that monstrous forehead (which she obviously cannot help, but could certainly minimize with the right style). The metallic shoes are tacky (I cannot believe that lamé crap is going to be back in style this season). So one good aspect out of 4 and you have an Out, IMO, not a ‘WERQ’. But to each their own, I guess.

  • Anonymous

    Not only not a WERQ, it’s an out.

    The makeup is way overdone, the shoes are awful, and the dress looks like a baby doll nightie.  Just no.

  • http://angryfemur.tumblr.com Andrea Lane

    Mmm…not sure if it’s a dress or a nighty. Another couple of inches would have resolved the dispute.

    Shoes are super cute, though.

    And boo to the haters.

    • Anonymous

      I am also on the fence, and agree about the length.  I the picture where she is sitting–I like it!  But in the standing photo, it seems to short.  

    • Anonymous

      I agree too.  My first thought was the dress is too short  and the lipstick a bit too red but she does look cute as hell.

  • Anonymous

    she does look adorable in a baby doll and high high shoes, but i’m not buying that severe red lipstick.  and i’d like her to look like she has some hair.  it gives me a headache to see it pulled back so tight.

  • Anonymous

    she does look adorable in a baby doll and high high shoes, but i’m not buying that severe red lipstick.  and i’d like her to look like she has some hair.  it gives me a headache to see it pulled back so tight.

  • Anonymous

    she does look adorable in a baby doll and high high shoes, but i’m not buying that severe red lipstick.  and i’d like her to look like she has some hair.  it gives me a headache to see it pulled back so tight.

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

    She’s awesome.  Love the look. 

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

    She’s awesome.  Love the look. 

  • Anonymous

    She looks adorable!

  • Cheri Lee

    Those shoes are fucking fabulous!  WERRRRRRRQ!

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks great!!

  • Anonymous

    When I looked at the first picture, I thought her makeup & hair looked too harsh for the cute lil’ dress, but I’m wondering if it’s partly the lighting?  ’cause in the third picture down she looks spectacular (although the lighting didn’t change so much as the angle..). Anyway, love!!

  • http://twitter.com/Kaptain_Killjoy Nimith

    She looks stunning and other-worldly, love everything about the look.

  • Anonymous

    OOF! Awful!!! WAY too much make-up. Way, way, way. The dress is a “dress,” and the shoes are meh. So very out even though you didn’t ask.

  • Anonymous

    Love the outfit on her, HATE the hair (too harsh) and makeup (too shiny). It seems to be epidemic these days. Do people not blot any more?

  • http://twitter.com/BeantownMrs Praggya R. Barretto

    Now I need some shiny copper shoes… :)  I might go get this dress since I’m a shortie like Christina…

  • akprincess72

    I’m thinking she looks happy, that’s always beautiful.

  • Anonymous

    Yuck. Hate the dress, hate the makeup. Our planets are not in alignment here. 

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

    She’s such a petite little thing but that dress and those shoes make her legs look a mile long!  I love her.  WERQ it girl!

  • Anonymous

    Thank you TLo for laying down the ground rules about not making fun of how someone looks. That’s one of the things I really like about this blog.

  • http://twitter.com/madtrum Maddy Trumble

    The makeup is gorge! 

  • Anonymous

    The last photo where she’s sitting and flicking through the magazine is fantastic. I’ve always loved her and am always a little giddy to see her featured here!

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress and how she paired it with these pumps and the clutch. WERQ, girl!

  • http://twitter.com/RzYoung RzYoung

    You tell them, mum and dad! This is not ‘that’ kind of a blog! I think she looks great and I don’t necessarily hate the hair being back, i’m sure in person she’s working that doe eyed thing, she’s just so cute.

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

    IN – she’s adorable!

  • Anonymous

    oooh I don’t like the heavy make up, especially with the slicked back hair… LOVE the shoes

  • http://karensbooksandchocolate.blogspot.com/ Karenlibrarian

    LOVE the shoes, but the dress is reaaaallly short!  I agree that it’s drifting into lingerie territory. But wow, her legs look fabulous!  And the hair is a little too severe.

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

    I love the dress, agree on her hair, but actually think the lipstick is a little to severe for an otherwise airy and lovely look…but to each his own!

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

    I love the dress, agree on her hair, but actually think the lipstick is a little to severe for an otherwise airy and lovely look…but to each his own!

  • Anonymous

    Okay but unoriginal dress, nice accessorizing, awful hair an make-up. I have to not only disagree with the WERQ but go so far as to call it an OUT. Love her, though.

  • Angela Green

    She is the cutest little thing!  But I agree, it’s dangerously close to showing her bits.
     

  • Anonymous

    When she’s looking down, seated, I think she’s wonderful. Standing, face-on, there’s a scary doll look to her face (for me, anyhow) and the dress looks a tad short.  But since in real life one is usually in movement, however minimal, & not staring head on at one’s companions, I bet she looked like the better version in person.

  • Anonymous

    Her head looks very odd on her body….almost baby dollish. 

  • Anonymous

    Scary short but it looks so good I am going with it. And LUUUUUV the shoes and make-up. Just cute as cute can be. I love her. But when I was at the store today and saw the Nylon cover I know I made ‘the face.’

  • Anonymous

    That is awful that a comment section was closed because of nasty comments. With fame and success come a few headaches, I guess. Anyway, I think the baby doll dress on Christina Ricci looks a bit cutesy – she always struck me as a trend-setting person and I’d like to see her on “stronger” (less frilly) clothes.

  • Anonymous

    This is how I I like my RIcci – Hair back, eyes huge, look: fierce.

  • Lisa

    My only criticism is that the dress is WAY too short, I think.  Another inch would have been okay – other than that, she looks great!

  • Anonymous

    i love you guys. and i think she looks gorgeous.