In or Out: Camilla Belle in Gucci

Posted on October 10, 2011

Camilla is getting in ahead of the pack and would like to wish you all the very happiest of Halloweens now before everyone else does.

Camilla Belle in GucciCamilla Belle attends the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles’ Crystal Quill Awards in Los Angeles, California in a Gucci dress and shoes.

Gucci Resort 2012 CollectionGucci Resort 2012 Collection/Model: Martha Streck

Camilla Belle in Gucci

Camilla Belle in Gucci

Camilla Belle in Gucci

Camilla Belle in Gucci

We expect she’ll be hitting the red carpet in a “HAPPY NEW YEAR 2012!” glitter tiara sometime in November.

We don’t know, you guys. We’re all for vivid prints and colors on the RC; we’ve been bitching about the lack of them for years now. We shouldn’t complain, but we’re not loving this as much as we want to. We suspect it’s the shape. It’s just a tad on the frumpy side, no? Maybe if it had less voluminous sleeves. Or no sleeves, even. Or maybe little cap sleeves. What we’re saying is, we don’t like the sleeves. Also, we’re back to not liking ankle strap shoes. Those in possession of ankle strap shoes may commence yelling at us.

Vote Now!
IN! What is up your collective asses, T Lo? She looks striking and beautiful!

OUT! Middle school teacher in 1978!

The Bitter Kittens voted both Olivia Wilde’s tablecloth and Emma Stone’s salute to dalmations OUT. Bless your bitchy little hearts.

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  • in a different color combination, i think it could have be stunning. so still an in from me.

  • I love it! You all are insane, because girl is working it. Though it is clashing with the carpet, and that slightly bothers me.

    • Anonymous

      I agree! The only thing I would do is a lower neckline, so she’s not drowning in the print. But I say IN!

  • Anonymous

    It’s a pretty enough print, and while I don’t much care for the sleeves paired with the hemline and the way the skirt’s shaped, I do like them.  Nothing offfensively bad, and some nice elements = IN.  

  • Isabel Wittmann

    In! Totally in!

  • But…but…..but I LOVE the sleeves.  I’m a sucker for sleeves.  And I think it’s an IN, even with the boring bracelet and ho-hum shoes.

    • Anonymous

      I love the sleeves too!

  • Not in love with the print, though I applaud her for trying. Something about those sleeves with that length and neckline does whisper 1970s teacher right into your ear. Just on the edge of OUT, I think.

    • Anonymous

      You are so right! Add to the mix the messy updo and loud print and I can see just about every one of my elementary school teachers in this getup. That definitely pushes her just over the fence to the Out side.

  • Out. Even if I like the dress, the hair and accessories make everything worse. These hoof-like platforms have got to go!

  • Anonymous

    I love the dress and even the print, but the colors are a little too “seasonal”. She still looks great.

  • I’m not crazy about orange and black together but this is still an IN for me.

  • Anonymous

    And she wants to look like a well-preserved 40-yr-old why? 

    I actually like the dress in a different colorway and on an older woman. 

  • Anonymous

    Meh. IN. The hair’s not looking so good and the dress isn’t doing anything great for her either, but nothing’s really horrible here.

  • Anonymous

    the only thing “wrong” here is the colour…. but her hair and makeup i think are flawless, she’s accessorized just the right amount… she’s wearing the dress nicely and i do really love those sleeves… and the shoes are fitting and not in my face….  this is an IN for me

    • I think her hair is what makes her look frumpy!  🙂

      • Anonymous

        i guess its kind of old looking, but i think it works here! its tough to agree on hair styling, i hear you though 😛

    • My thoughts exactly. I don’t like the color combo but she still looks great. She gets an IN.

  • Love the sleeves, hate the shoes, glad to see the color combination reclaimed from the seasonal merchandise and greeting card industry.

  • IN.  I don’t love the dress… but I like it on Camilla.  And, she looks better in it than model.  Beautiful face and hair…

    • Definitely better than the model! 🙂

  • She looks like a witch going to a Halloween dinner party or something.  She looks good, but it’d be better in different color combo and a sleeker line.  Ankle-strap shoes are totally fine for me. 🙂

    • The color combo and shoes totally read “witch”. Before I even read what TLo had to say, I started singing “She ran helter skelter with her toes in the air!”.

  • Anonymous

    Black and orange are my college’s school colors, so an IN from me. I think it’s a very striking dress. Her makeup is a little dewy, but I love the soft look and her eyebrows are gorgeous. 

    • Did you go to Salem State in Massachusetts also?

      I like the color, but not the shape of the dress so much.  Somthing about the neckline…

  • In – She’s lovely and I really like the color combo and print for fall.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  Not my fave shoes, but I actually really like those sleeves.

  • Anonymous


  • Wow, I think she looks fantastic. ITA about the shoes, but the dress more than makes up for it. And her hair and face- luminous.

  • I have no idea who she is but I think she looks great. IN

  • Friedl Vanluchene

    Hair: in. Make-up: in. Sleeves: in. Print: in. Colours: out. Shoes: out. 

    Overall: in. 

  • Anonymous


    It is Halloweeny…and that’s not a good thing on the RC.  Black and orange is always tough to get away from that image…but add the ghoulish swirl pattern and I expect to see a witch flying across the moon in the upper corner. 

    If it were a berry/black combo, I think it would have been an improvement.  Also…not liking her hair…to high and messy, not looking styled.  Accessories are so boring they’re almost unnoticeable. 

  • Anonymous

    Children, please take your place in line and we shall begin bobbing-for-apples! I think she looks great although the silhouette is a tad mature. However, she get’s an IN for a bold choice in a very seasonal color combination.

  • Alisa Rivera

    Love all of it except for the hair and jewelry. And I adore ankle strap shoes. IN.

  • Anonymous

    For an event at the Shakespeare Center, she looks lovely and appropriate. She’s IN.

  • OUT!  Another hideous tablecloth!!   And it’s not the ankle straps that I hate (though they do break up the line of her leg); it’s the thick chunky platforms.  They look so heavy, like Frankenstein’s shoes.  

  • Vaniljekjeks

    In.  I have been eyeballing a black and orange print dress in a store window for a while now, and I am really fond of the color combination and how bold it is.  I also like the belt.  I really don’t like the shoes though.  

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress, accept the hair & makeup, dislike the shoes with that outfit. Something with a bit of contrast would have been more modern imho, a print like the model, or …some color. Not sure which, purple is too halloween-y, maybe a rich hot pink? dark turquoise/teal? something like that.

  • Anonymous

    The shape and print remind me of dresses my sisters and I call “easy to wear”.  Comfortable and hides a few extra pounds here and there.  A red carpet dress should be better than that.  Out.

  • siena Mystic

    I love it, Halloween colors and all. And her makeup and hair work really well with it.

  • Anonymous

    I like the dress on the model. I think the poofy hair is not helping Camille Belle. Nor are the random-looking accessories.

  • Anonymous

    I pretty much hate black and orange but I love this dress.  Shape, sleeves, hem length, all of it but the colors.  Shoes are ok.  So IN – although the Liz Taylor brows are a bit much in the close-up.

  • I LOVE the dress!  And I love the sleeves!  WANT!  The hair, however, is what makes it look frumpy.

  • Anonymous

    In.  Just barely.

  • Jenny DeVasher

    IN. The cute length and the gorgeous print keep it from being the least bit Halloweeny. And her hair and makeup are lovely.

  • Anonymous

    Cap sleeves and a deeper neckline: perfect.  I think the colors are bold, the silhouette is charming (much better on Camilla than on the model) and her hair and make-up are beautiful. Ugly bracelet, though.  I don’t know who the heck she is, but I give her an IN.

  • AC

    I like the dress! It seems to have a bit of a 70’s vibe for me, with the pattern and the sleeves and the shape of the dress. Its the accessories that kill it for me.  Not in love with the shoes and I don’t understand her hair. I get wearing black accessories to go with this but whats with that bracelet? I’m sorry but OUT.

    • AC

      P.S. I love an ankle strap but those shoes are ugly!

  • I’m going to say in because it is obviously wonderful! Makeup and hair wonderful! I even like the Halloween-y colours!

  • Kate Bilo

    IN! I actually love it and want it for my own Halloween party.

  • I give it an IN! P.S. She’s *gorgeous*!

  • Anonymous

    Halloween was furthest from her mind when she or her gays chose this.  It is stunning and any other time of year you would have given her a WERQ!  In!!!

  • k_skenes

    I think she looks fabulous.  I’d ditch the bangle (is that glow in the dark?), but I love everything else.  IN.

  • I always err on the side of bright and daring. She looks gorgeous. In!

  • Jen McElroy

    In! I adore this print, great hair and makeup and I didn’t really notice the sleeves until it was pointed out. 

  • Sobaika Mirza

    IN! I think she looks cute, and I never like her outfits. The black and orange combo works with her coloring while it wouldn’t for 99% of the human population.

  • Anonymous

    IN. I like the print, it’s very vivid. However, it would probably look better on a taller person.

  • It’s unfortunate that those colors are so unavoidable associated with Halloween, because I think otherwise that color combination is really striking, and she looks stunning! Maybe if the orange parts were another bright color, like turquoise. I still love it. IN!

  • Anonymous

    The color, fit, and hair give this a “Happy Hallow-Out!”

  • Anonymous

    I don’t like the print, but I like everything else about it, and her makeup is gorgeous.  IN.

  • Anonymous

    IN.  Her shoes don’t bother me, especially when I look at the shoes the model is wearing…….who at Gucci thought black & white zebra stripes were a good styling choice?  I like Camilla’s hair & makeup, too.

  • Lori

    IN.   The hair is cringeworthy but she’s still IN.

  • Anonymous

    And *this* is why I find wearing orange difficult.  Love the color, but don’t want to be Miss Halloween, either.  Only option I can come up with is wear it with brown.
    And, a self-righteous moment:  when I bought my Official Old Lady shoes recently, passed up every Mary Jane.  If you’re old enough to wear Old Lady shoes, you’re too old to wear Mary Janes.  Actually, that means anyone over age 10, in my book.

  • Anonymous

    Marginal IN. The print is cool but you are right the proportions are off a bit. Look at the model. The sleeves and the dress are sleeker plus notice where the print falls on the sample giving it the illusion of a jacket

  • Anonymous

    I learned how to make gathered sleeves like that when I learned to sew. In 7th grade. OUT.

  • As a girl who can’t wear orange, I appreciate those who know they can. I think it works, IN from me.

    • Anonymous

      Thank you. This is why I don’t mind it either.
      In, because she looks good in the orange.

  • Jessica O’Connell

    Agree, don’t like the sleeves and it looks a little too Halloween-y. I really like the idea of cap sleeves and maybe a less pumpkin-orange? Also, not a big fan of her hair, but her makeup looks fantastic! OUT.

  • Anonymous

    What I want to know is, why is her clutch not closed? Did she shove it too full of stuff?  I actually like the print and the color scheme, but not liking the whole look together. Out by a smidge.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. She’s 25. No., Just, no.

  • Anonymous

    Oh man, striking eyes! Wow!

  • in

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    Out. Don’t like the sleeves or the length of the skirt.

  • Warmheartedgirl Seattle

    Well I love it.  Its a very pretty dress, the sleeves don’t bother me a bit, and her coloring can handle the bright orange.  Hair and makeup are good.  Not crazy about the shoes or the jewelry, but otherwise, I would say she’s IN.  She’s a very pretty girl.  Why don’t I remember her??

  • Out – dress is amazing, but her styling is off.  The hair is too up and the accessories are just too 1980s.

  • I think the dress is gorgeous and just a little different.  Her hair and make-up are lovely.  IN.

  • Lena Bea

    I don’t love the colors, but the dress is super cute. In.

  • Anonymous

    I like the dress and color combo.  I think the issue is that this pumpkin orange is not her color, so it is very unflattering on her.  The shoes could be better.  Out.

  • IN. Everything about it is IN. Sorry to disagree, Dudes, but I love it all — the print, the shoes, the hair, the make-up. IN!

  • Anonymous

    I think it’s flattering, and there’s nothing wrong with a fall color palette in October.  This gets an IN from me.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not a fan of the sleeves at all, but everything else is on point – She is IN in my books.

  • Anonymous

    I like the fabric and color; I just don’t see this as a “red carpet” dress. To me it looks like something you’d wear to church or the office.

    How is she related to Project Runway?

  • Anonymous


  • I actually like this look, IN from me.

  • Anonymous

    OUT.  Those colors reference Halloween no matter what you do.  I like the ankle straps on the shoes though. 

  • Anonymous

    In. She looks great! I love the color combination and the mid 70’s vibe too.

  • i like this. i like it when someone wears something superfantastiche that isn’t necessarily very flattering. I’m discovering lately that cool clothes don’t always have to make you look thin. IN i like her make up and heavy eye brows too

  • Anonymous

    I was all set to do a big caps loving IN when I saw the thumbnail but I think I was expecting a more simple shaped dress. The last thing you need with such a bold print is a voluminous silhouette.  I still think she looks pretty though so it’s a muted ‘in’ from me. 

  • Julia McLean

    She looks stunning! IN

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks fabulous. Total IN, head to toe.

  • Anonymous

    Way too Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown for me….OUT

  • Anonymous

    The dress says cool 70’s school teacher (I had one of those).  I would have liked the print better on a totally different dress.

    She doesn’t look bad, but she’s not really looking good either.  Out.

  • Anonymous

    Borderline, (cut, not print or color) but still in.

  • I like the dress, but her eyebrows are SPECTACULAR.

  • I like orange and black together, even if it is a bit Halloween. I vote In!

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks great! I dont’ love the sleeves but apart from that, it’s terrific. IN.

  • Anonymous

    The dress would have been perfect if the orange print was aganist grey instead of BLACK!  OUT!

  • Anonymous

    In. She looks beautiful and classy.

  • Matronly. Out

  • Anonymous

    IN. the colors are kinda funky, but she’s making it work.

  • A little bit Halloweeny, but I love it on her. IN!

  • IN. Plus, I don’t mind the ankle strap shoes either.

  • Anonymous

    IN!!  I love this look and if you are going to wear an expensive black and orange dress now IS the time to do it, right?  🙂  I don’t find it frumpy or matronly. It looks retro to me though and that is what I love about it.  

  • Anonymous

    IN.  i love it.  the shape does have a touch of teacher’s convention vibe to it, but i still love it.

  • IN!

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks great in it. I wouldn’t mind the dress finding its way into my closet.

  • Anonymous

    I actually like her in this dress, but it’s little hard to get over the Halloween colors. I agree that dark-ish grey would have helped. 

    And stop already with the ankle straps. These are adorable shoes. Women like ankle straps. They look good, they feel good (no slipping out of your shoes, ever) they’re sexy. I wear them and feel confident. So slap on a pair, strut around, enjoy how you feel, and stop the ankle strap hate — please.

  • Anonymous

    For some reason, I didn’t like the costume-y nature of Emma Stone’s last outfit but this Halloween theme isn’t bothering me as much. It’s not my favorite color combo but she still looks pretty great. IN.

  • Joanna Schuth

    Whatevs, blind men. IN.

  • Wrenaria

    Her face is stunning. Perfect makeup and I love her hair. I think the dress would look better with a more open neck style, maybe a scoop or a v or something. She feels very covered up. Then the sleeves might work better. Still, I’m going to give her an IN anyway. What’s wrong with showing a little holiday spirit? :p

    I agree the shoes should be exchanged though. Not a fan.

  • Anonymous

    In! Love it, sorry T and Lo. 

  • Anonymous

    I think she’s a WERQ!!  The only thing that I’m not too into is the bangle. 

  • She is totally in!  I think Camilla Belle is stunning,she is elegantly beautiful. The accessories are great! And her hair and make is flawless. I love the color, something different on the red carpet.

  • Anonymous

    Looks cute–hair and makeup great, dress cute; shoes and bangle–ICK.  But good overall.

  • Anonymous

    IN, no question.

  • Anonymous

    Dress and hair both scream mom. OUT.

  • IN…. I think the shoes are what’s making it look frumpy but I actually like the dress.

  • I like the print, though the model pulls it off better.
    I hate the hair, but her makeup is divine.
    I she’s an IN for me, although not without it’s problems

  • Anonymous

    I’ve never liked orange+black due to the instant association with Halloween, but I actually think she looks really good here. IN.

  • Anonymous

    I am going all IN! She is so lovely and I quite like the dress.

  • Anonymous

    Because I spent the weekend shopping for Halloween decorations for my office, she gets an IN.

  • I kinda love it.

  • Hate the hair, love the dress. In.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll vote In, even though I hear some of your concerns. Except for the sleeves. I’m digging sleeves right now. I also like her make up. Somewhat dramatic eye, and everything else is polished but not totally nude. I like ankle straps, too. So sue me!

  • I want to give her an IN, but that might just be because she has such a gorgeous face that I wasn’t paying attention to anything else!

  • It’s the end of days, I disagree with TLo.  I give it an IN, it’s striking and eye catching and I love her even more for those eyebrows.  Her makeup looks great, too.  IN!

  • Kate Pearce

    IN, I like orange 🙂

  • Unfortunate that she wore it in October but it’s still an “IN” from me.

  • MilaXX

    Small IN. I don’t mind the sleeves as much but I hate the ankle straps with this and the white bracelet seems like an after thought

  • M Carlson

    I like it, but it’s whispering 70s mu-mu to me for some reason.

  • Anonymous

    OUT, but only by a hair. Literally, the wispy one hanging off the back of her sloppy ‘do. That’s what my hair looks like first thing in the morning. I wish her sleeves were pulled down so you could see the  cuff, because I think it helps the proportion. She doesn’t look terrible by any means, but she doesn’t quite look like a Movie Star either.

  • Joyce VG

    I love Halloween.  But not this dress. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In, she looks great.  Sure you may not like certain aspects, but its overall not a bad outfit.

  • margaret meyers

    In:  she’s the  h o t t e s t  teacher at ther middle school.  Really love the hair and makeup.

  • Paige Hinson

    I think she can pull it off, even though I usually HATE black and orange together. IN

  • Anonymous

    IN IN!

  • Anonymous

    Not sure I love her jewelry and the sleeves seem too long, but I like the retro pattern, her makeup is amazing, she looks great, IN!

  • Anonymous

    IN. It’s a great set of colors on her. I see no reason to entirely give up perfectly good color combinations because they happen to be associated with a particular holiday. I mean, those colors are associated with Halloween because they’re fall colors. It’s fall.

  • Anonymous

    IN. I love it: it’s different and striking, and I love her hair and makeup.

  • She is totally in, but probably be better in another color combo

  • She is IN! I don’t see frumpy at all. I love the little flare of the skirt and a nice bell sleeve is always appreciated in my book. Great print and idk what the deal is with ankle strap shoes but they are a great staple for a wardrobe. IN IN IN <3

  • Anonymous


  • mc90


  • OUT.  Frumpy, nearly impossible to accessorize any better than she did, which makes it frumpier yet.

  • Anonymous

    In. But it’s a weird one and I can’t put my finger on it any better than you can. I think without the flawless makeup (and the natural beauty doesn’t hurt) it would have been aging in a bad way. But I think she comes off as elegant. Older, yes, and a bit reminiscent of the Sound of Music drapes in Halloween colors, yes, but somehow I think it’s still elegant. I’ll chalk it up to her beauty, the good makeup, and her posture, for good measure. Always stand up straight, my mother says!

  • Nicole Merrill

    Blech; there’s nothing I like about this. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In. It’s kicky and fun. Plus, I think the ankle strap shoes look nice with the look. 

  • Anonymous

    OUT. if the colors weren’t so seasonally appropriate, it’d be an in. but the orange black this time of year is too perfect and makes my eye twitch. the neckline being so severe is what takes this to frumpland for me, not so much the sleeves. different neckline, different colors and girl would look perfect. and i love those shoes, actually.

  • I’m kind of torn.  I don’t like the dress either, but I love her hair, makeup, and jewelry.  I guess since she got the details right and took a risk with the dress (even though it didn’t pay off), I’m going to have to vote IN.

  • Anonymous

    I just think she’s far too young for this whole look.

  • Anonymous

    The sleeves could’ve come off frumpy, but I think they actually look ladylike with the bold print and good fit.  IN

  • narita_rayna

    IN. she looks great. the dress is fab.  the only problem is that she wore this in the United States.  here, those colors have a strong holiday theme connotation.  if this was, say maybe, Hong Kong or Moscow, maybe no one would even make the association.  but here, it’s as bad as showing up in shimmering green & red in december. still, she looks great & we should just get over it. IN! 

  • Anonymous

    I think she’s IN. Not a fan of the shoes, hair, or shape of the dress, but this will get an IN for just impact I guess. I dunno, maybe she is just kinda working it.

  • I wish I looked that good, ever. IN

  • Anonymous

    I like.

  • Anonymous

    Big fat OUT.  Hate the sleeves, the print is hiddy and the overall dress/hair/shoes combo makes her look boring and matronly.  I do like the cute little white bangle- it’s the only hint of fun.

  • IN. But I want to Photoshop the orange to a smokey blue. Her makeup is perfect.

  • Anonymous

    IN, but I think the length is a problem. It’s too short. 

  • Anonymous

    IN..I like it…

  • Anonymous

    I can’t help but love this. Verrry IN.

  • Grace Ritt

    Out. I love Halloween but those sleeves are making me sick.

  • Anonymous

    I think it’s amazing.

  • Anonymous

    Striking and beautiful, totally IN.

  • Anonymous

    I love this dress. She looks great in orange and I don’t think the sleeves are eating her at all.

  • Anonymous

    I love the shape of the dress.  I love the print but not in that color combination.  I could see this working well in muted color combos or bold contrasting colors just not orange and black.

  • Anonymous

    White folks should usually avoid orange…

  • IN IN IN.  

  • Out. Frumpy is not the new cute.

  • Anonymous

    Her hair and makeup look great. I still don’t know who this person is, but, IN.

  • Anonymous

    IN – I like the dress on her, and the classic look.  I like the shoes the model is wearing over Camilla’s shoes, but that’s a minor detail because everything else looks great, including her hair.

  • Elena

    Something’s amiss with the skirt, but I say in!

  • Samantha Irene

    Def OUT. Maybe if she had broken it up with some hot pink – or it had shorter sleeves or… so many questions.

  • Jessica Goldstein

    I like it a lot. IN. Also, some of us have to wear ankle straps or t-straps to keep shoes on. I’ve got a couple of pairs of sling-backs that work for me, but have never been able to wear a classic pump or ballet flat. It’s annoying and limiting, but other than getting bionic feet, and unalterable reality.

  • Anonymous

    “Middle school teacher in 1978!”

    This.  OUT.

  • JM Z

    I vote “In”. But not wholeheartedly. The skirt is cute and I like the silhouette, but the busy print makes her boobs disappear.

  • Anonymous

    Part of what makes it look a little  frumpy is the fit.  It’s not bad, but it seems to fit the model a bit better–no gaps and blousing around the waist and the belt is snugger.  I think her figure would be better served in this busy print with a better, sleeker fit.  I agree with JM Z, a reserved “In.”

  • In.

  • oohsparkley!

    IN.  The neckline bothers me a little and the accessories are bland.  Still in.

  • Anonymous

    The length saves it from being frumpy. Cropping it just above the knee turns the otherwise frumpy silhouette into an ironic twist. She’s in on the joke. It’s orange and black, but it’s a pretty orange and black. She’s in on that joke, too. IN.

  • She’s just slightly off, so it’s an OUT.

  • I really like it despite the halloween color scheme and think she looks fab. IN (Although I agree with other posters, maybe a little lower neckline so not to swallow her up)

  • It’s the orange AND black. If it had been just orange, fine. Now she looks like the tiling in a ’70s kitchen.


  • Gorgeous. IN. And I reminded more of ancient Greek vases coloring than of Halloween. 

  • IN. She looks great and the sleeves work.

  • Anonymous

    IN – I think she looks great.

  • OUT just because the print is too big and blurs the shape of the dress. That’s why it looks a tad frumpy. Too bad.

  • Out. “Middle school teacher in 1978” is perfect.

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress, even in Halloween colors. IN.

  • Susan Walker

    i love the print, the color and the sleeves, I think the neckline is the problem.  But  since I get tired of all the tight, strapless dress and she is lovely  I say IN.

  • Lisa

    I say IN, although she looks like a very lovely box of Spiced Wafers!  Oh, well, ’tis the season!

  • Eliza Leoni

    In!  Nut frumpy at all.  Work it girl!

  • it looks better on the model. on camilla, it’s kind of dowdy. OUT.

  • Mary McClelland

    IN. Love it. Love the sleeves. Not crazy about the shoes but she is tall and thin enough to pull them off.  Definitely In. 

  • Anonymous


  • I love it. She’s standing funny and is rather stiff but the outfit is to die.

  • Jessica Kyler

    IN. I’m not crazy about the colors (halloween orange is my least favorite) but the fit is perfect. She works the sleeves in a non-frumpy way for sure.

    Her hair & makeup are absolutely stunning. Her eyebrows are fantastic.

  • i think it’s the color.
    & the fact that it looks so very good on the model that, in comparison, the proportions look all wrong on her.

  • Oh, so THAT’S how I should carve my pumpkin… OUT!

  • Rachelle Neame

    It’s actually super pretty. But the ankle shoes were maybe not the most fabulous choice. And I liked it better on the model when the sleeves were pushed farther down rather than up.. but those are all silly complaints.

    It’s IN!

  • OUT! definitely better in a different colour scheme, or with no/shorter sleeves and a different shoe.

  • Brad and Anne White

    Love it all. Totally IN.

  • Anonymous

    Can’t believe you boys didn’t even mention the heinous hairdo. OUT!

  • don’t love the color combo but its a cute dress and while the color combo screams halloween, it’s a cool print. and I love t-strap shoes. IN.

  • Anonymous

    I see the frumpiness of the arms, but I am just so in love with the giant floral that I can’t help myself – IN. Of course, this IN is also brought to you by good hair and fresh-faced makeup. I agree that different (less voluminous) sleeves would have been better, but I still like it as is.

  • IN. I like the sleeves. I’m sick of sleeveless and cap-sleeved looks. So fucking sick. The ankle strap shoes have got to go, though.

  • Anonymous

    Love the print, BIG fan of orange. But orange + black will always scream “HALLOWEEN!!!” I’d also love to see it with a different neckline, but I like the sleeves. Overall, though, I’m going with IN. 🙂