In or Out: Mary Elizabeth Winstead in D&G

Posted on October 27, 2011

We’ve been digging M.E.W.’s sexy-sweet red carpet stylings lately, but we’re wondering if this has gone too far into “sweet” territory:

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in D&GMary Elizabeth Winstead attends the premiere of “Like Crazy” in Los Angeles in a D&G dress.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in D&G

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in D&G

Because that’s not just “sweet,” that’s “kindergarten teacher sweet.” But we’re suckers for a floral on the red carpet and the colors look great on her. Plus, we’re impressed with the styling. The clutch is nice enough but the metallic gold pumps were an inspired choice, dressing it up and providing just enough of a visual punch without looking matchy.  Hair and makeup are really cute and we like the earrings. She might have tried getting a little more adventurous with the jewelry, but with such a strong floral, you risk looking like a fortune teller if you start slapping on bangles. No, we like this one more than dislike it, even if she does look like she should be handing out construction paper and safety scissors to 6-year-olds.

Vote Now!
IN! Who doesn’t love a pretty fall floral?

OUT! Minister’s wife!

Both Zoe Saldana’s over-layered schmatta and SJP’s awkward Square Pegs dress got voted OUT by the increasingly bitter kittens yesterday.


[Photo Credit: Getty]

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  • Anonymous

    J’adore! In!

  • Kiltdntiltd

    And IN from me.  She looks completely adorable.  Cute, sweet, and approachable.

  • gray keller

    In. though I really hate the neckline 

    • Charlotte Horseman

      Agree.  Needs just a little detail…

    • Alloy Jane

      Yes In, with caveats.  The neckline is a bit bizarre but I thought it was still a total IN… until I saw the shoes.  And then I started hearing “Put your right hand over your heart.  Ready?  Begin.”

      Still a super cute look for her.

  • Anonymous

    My only qualm with the dress is how 90s it looks. She’s working the “sweet” angle, though. IN.

    • Anonymous

      90s? Try early 60s. My mother has a closet full of stuff that looks like that.

  • Anonymous

    Gotta go with In.  Love this look.

  • Anonymous

    IN, although the shoes are too big for her.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not going to say in or out, just MEH.  It’s cute enough, but there’s just nothing that excites me about it.

  • DH

    IN! Love it. 

  • Sandy Ladignon

    In! I wish I look like that while handing out scissors and paper. 

  • Dana WhatTheFrock

    Pretty! In.

  • Anonymous

    In, more M.E.W. please!

  • Buffy

    I like it.  But I’m a pre-k teacher 😀

  • Anonymous

    IN. She’s pretty and it’s cheery. I’m not a fan of the shoes like you guys, though. I think they look kinda chip and too big.

  • Anonymous


    i think the color palette prevents it from being too sweet as well ~ as well as the accessories, as you said. everything is good, AND it’s a refreshing look for the rc.

  • Anonymous

    IN.  what is it with shoes always looking too big?

  • O Superman

    I think you’ve been out of school too long; she’d be the most fab kindergarten teacher for hundreds of miles. Big IN.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know.  I think chasing down kindergartners in those shoes would be tough.  She looks a little more “afternoon tea” to me.  I like it a lot.

  • Charlotte Horseman

    IN!  I think she looks really fresh and cute and beautiful.  Not trying so hard to be sexy or young or old or whatever – she looks just right in this.  The shoes are great. 

    I sort of wish the print wasn’t on white because it sort of reminds me of bed sheets material.

  • Anonymous

    Hair and make-up are nice. Don’t like that print. Don’t like those shoes with that dress. My pet peeve is mixing gold and silver jewellery, like she did. I vote OUT.

    • Anonymous

      Same pet peeve here. Actually gold and silver in any part of the outfit. Like black with dark brown shoes.  

    • Anonymous

      Same pet peeve here. Actually gold and silver in any part of the outfit. Like black with dark brown shoes.  

  • Shinobi

    Uh my teachers never looked that hot.  I think the skintight top just saves it. IN.

  • Elena


  • Anonymous

    IN. Sweet in a good way, though I dislike the neckline. Her hair and makeup are so very pretty.

  • Laura Schultz


    Now, can someone pls tell me how all these women walk in pumps that are too big for them? It’s a mystery to me. 

  • Anonymous

    Too fabulously dressed for Kindergarten.

  • Sobaika Mirza

    IN for managing to look sexy, sweet, and stylish all at once. I need her stylist.

  • Gaby Ripoll

    CUTE. IN. 

  • CQAussie

    Oh come on Uncle TLo, what’s not to love?  The dress, the shoes and the clutch all working well together.  IN.  I say the accessorising made this look.

  • Anonymous

    Totally IN.  It is refreshing to see someone wear something pretty and sexy without looking like a, excuse the term, “ho.”

    • Anonymous

      what lucyloo said.  exactly.  IN

  • Kyle Crawford

    I think it is a LOVELY .. daytime dress..

  • Anonymous

    At first I thought that Stella Artois logo was a tag hanging from her left arm!

    In. I love florals, and I think she looks fabulous.

    • accidental housewife

      Heh. I also thought it was a tag.

  • Jessie Melcher Brown

    I love the dress but it looks like something for a daytime/outdoor event.  It doesn’t seem glamourous enough for a premier in the evening.  Now a garden party or an outdoor wedding?  Perfection.

  • Judy_J

    IN.  I love it even though the shoes appear to be a skosh too big. 

  • Christy Bishop

    Way IN!! Refreshing and pretty.

  • Catherine Rhodes

    IN. Although this reads as more of a daytime look than a movie premiere.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry.. it’s an OUT for me. That print is what was on the couchs both my grandparent’s owned. Do Not Want.

  • Vaniljekjeks

    In!  She pulls it off so well. 

  • scottyf

    Chile, if that’s a kindergarten teacher outfit, then: Miss Mary Winstead PLEASE look in your Magic Mirror and call MY name, so I can be as FIERCE as you. IN

    • Anonymous

      Points for Romper Room reference!

  • Deitra S.

    Even before I saw your “Out” comment I thought, “That is the most adorable church social outfit I’ve ever seen!”  And it is.  I love her, her style, and her fearless use of color & print, but I don’t think this is the right outfit for the occasion.  I’d love for her to wear this in a more appropriate context (like maybe a casual charity luncheon), but I have to say “Out” based solely on the misappropriation of an otherwise lovely look.

  • Anonymous

    I love the fit on her and she does look really, really good, but it seems more spring-like to me.

  • Kathrine Marlow

    She looks great, I agree about the shoes, takes it out of the classroom and out into public.  Totally an IN

  • Anonymous

    I think adding a belt in a color might have made a big difference here, but still IN.

  • RMJ12345

    In, she looks adorable, full stop.

  • Jessica TallGirl Freeman

    In.  Quite love it.  

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    So pretty and fresh, IN!

  • Laurie Cubbison

    In! Very cute!

  • Brian @ PWYJudges

    The dress is great, but the gold pump totally make the outfit. IN!

  • Anonymous

    I like the idea but hate that particular print. Very uninspired D&G. 

  • Anonymous

    In! It’s nice to see someone on the red carpet wearing something that we non-celebrities could wear and not be laughed at (probably minus the shoes, which are what make this look red carpet worthy).

  • Anplica Fiore

    Very cute and pretty.  Nice accessories! In

  • Kathleen Getaz

    In!  There is such thing as “too cute,” but this is for sure not it.

  • Anonymous

    In. Why get all weirdly picky when she looks pretty and presentable and lovely? 

  • Aly Light

    I want that dress. IN.

  • Kayley Maybe

    IN.  Simple and sweet, although probably more appropriate for a luncheon than a red carpet.

  • Anonymous

    IN.  Although I think she’d give off less of a kindergarten teacher vibe if her hair had more of a wow factor.  I would have also chosen a more statement-making ring to kick it up a notch.

  • Anonymous

    Very IN.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    The background color on the top & bottom appear different.  Against either color I hate the print.  Out for me.

  • Lori

    IN.  Her students would be hot for teacher.

  • bookish

    I love, love, love that dress, and I like all the gold accessories with it. So cute! I’m a librarian, so maybe my tastes are similar to kindergarten teachers. :)

  • Anonymous

    I like it. Not love, but like.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a total in if she paid $24.99 for it at TJ Maxx.  

    Otherwise, no.

  • Lauren Maier

    IN.  She could have been more adventurous with the styling to make it really awesome, but still an IN.  Really want that dress now.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    IN, it fits well and is flattering, I’m always delighted to see attractive prints out and about. Very sweet yet still age appropriate is something I would rather look at right now. Refreshing. And even minister’s wife, or a minister herself, would get my in, they deserve to look pretty too.

    Please give us lots of pretty today, TLo, this Bitter Kitten needs it to get through the debacle tonight.

  • Sara__B

    She doesn’t dress like any Kindergarten teachers I know, and I know quite a few. IN. She looks lovely, and sweet girly clothes seem to go with her sweet face.

  • Anonymous

    Verry close to “too much” but it’s really good. IN

  • Chloe Stabler

    I don’t think it’s too much cute.  Maybe getting close, but she still looks pretty fab.  IN.

  • Pinup Ghoul

    I… need that dress in my closet, pretty much right now!

  • Jessica Pippin

    IN! Way cute. Love the accessories. 

  • Anonymous

    I like it, but I had to be persuaded that gold shoes were a good choice. I was thinking black patent leather. 

  • Anonymous

    Count me as IN, although I’m not a fan of big florals like that or the color of these.  Always makes me think of my grandmother’s couch.  Still, she looks great so…IN.

  • Anonymous


    I love a bold print on the RC.  The styling, makeup, hair, and gold shoe with this dress took it from day to dressy.  I dislike the peep-toe in this case, dislike the gold hoop earrings, and the clutch could have been amped up a bit.  Overall, she looks quite lovely though. 

  • { edi } ilovetrash

    it’s pretty.
    she couldve jazzed it up w/ tougher accessories [boots, say] but the question that begs is if it truly needs the upjazzing.

  • Mariah J

    I LOVE it…I never had such a fashionable kindergarten teacher…they wore floor length denim gowns not adorable floral party dresses.

  • katie


  • Anonymous

    I think she looks lovely.  IN!

  • Jessica O’Connell

    I’m not a big fan of florals usually, but I think this is gorgeous. IN!

  • Anonymous

    I like the dress, I’m just not crazy about the shoes. Still, an in overall.

  • Natasha Fairweather


  • Vera

    IN. Can’t imagine my Kindergarden teacher in gold pumps.

  • Anonymous

    In! she looks great.

  • Leslie Carver

    IN – she looks great!

  • BuffaloBarbara

     It’s very cute, and I don’t mind the kindergarten teacher vibe as a rule… but kindergarten teachers are on casual most of the time, so it doesn’t really look red carpet.

  • marlie

    I think it’s the perfect sexy-sweet look. IN!

  • Anonymous

    This is a very pretty look.  Kindergarten teachers around here though wear jeans or other casual clothes, so maybe you’re thinking of some Leave it to Beaver re-run. The dress has a little of a 1950s vibe to it.

  • Anonymous

    This post raises the dilemma inherent to “In or Out”:  do we judge solely on the outfit or should other factors, like the event, be accounted for as well?  It makes “In or Out” a constantly moving target. Which is fine because a moving target is still, after all, judgable.  As a contextless outfit, MEW scores an In even though I’m pretty sure she got that fabric off an old, overstuffed chintz armchair.  The overall look is charming and pretty, much like MEW herself.  But what is the context?  If it’s a charity luncheon for, say… teacherless kindergarteners, again it’s an In. If this is supposed to be the next big blockbuster or Oscar-winning movie, however, then this outfit displays poor judgment and therefore would be a non-caps “out”.

    • Anonymous

      You bring up a good point.  Context is important when deciding if the outfit is right…in/out.

      I did a search of “Like Crazy premiere”…the women were all in similar length dresses (not gowns) and the guys were in suits and semi casual.  This seems appropriate for the occasion/context, although it looks to be an evening premiere. Whether you like the look or not, then, is preference…

  • vmcdanie

    In. I love it. Cute and original.

  • JoannaOC

    Love it! IN

  • Dee B


  • Anonymous

    In – super cute!

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks adorable

  • Anonymous

    D&G? On a Kindergarten teacher’s salary? I don’t think so. 
    She does look very cute though. In.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  I’m stealing it.

  • Anonymous

    I would wear that in a hot second! IN.

  • Heron

    In.  Supa cute. 

  • Anonymous

    Very cute, even if a bit low key for a premiere red carpet – is she in the movie (if it is tv – I don’t know what the show is? – I guess that would be more casual)

  • Anonymous

    What’s wrong with sweet? Love sweet! IN.

  • Molly Geipel

    She looks FABULOUS.

  • Anonymous

    Gorgeous! And I LOVE a pair of gold shoes. 

  • Anonymous

    Out. The print looks like a sofa owned by my grandmother forty years ago.

  • Meghan Young

    IN. Also I’ve never seen a minister’s wife dress that well.

  • jaibee

    IN, IN, IN. Sweet, yes, but chic too. (And I hate that word.) Love the shape and colour, and the details. Everything!

  • Anonymous

    She looks so pretty. IN!!

  • Anonymous

    me likey!!

  • Jamie

    IN – adorable!

  • Nora Mulllin

    Why are the base colors of the top and skirt different? It looks a little like she got half of the same dress that comes in both white and ivory. Weird. All that said, it’s a great look and she’s totally in. I just wish someone knew the difference in their whites.

  • Emily

    Love. In.

  • Anonymous

    In!! Love it. If it were in pastels, it would be “kindergarten”, but instead, it’s just lovely

  • Rachelle Neame

    IN! I don’t have to justify myself, either.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. That is one fugly floral print.

  • Anonymous

    IN.  Betty Draper couldn’t have done it better.

  • Anonymous

    In! I don’t see the kindergarten teacher, I see a good color palette on an awesome cut of dress. Can I get this in a jersey print in size fat, please? 

  • Anonymous

    IN.  I like it, and the gold pumps raise it a notch. 

  • Melanie S.

    I love it! Maybe partially because I had a similar dress in a similiar fabric when I was four…hmm.

  • Micaela Cannon

    Oh In! She looks like the kindergarten teacher that everyone has a crush on. A more trendy Miss Honey from Matilda. I love it!

  • Julia

    IN! There’s nothing better than an adorable girl werqing the florals. And yay for fantastic accessories!

  • Anonymous

    She looks fantastic, and that dress is amazing. In, no question.

  • Becky

    She may have displace Anne Hathaway as my girl crush.  Soooo pretty.

  • Anonymous

    I’m mixed here.  Why does the top part of the dress look TAN and the bottom part is WHITE?  Was this done on purpose?  I think she looks pretty anyways so I suppose this is “in” if anyone’s asking.

  • MilaXX

    IN, not a WERQ, but a pretty decent look

  • Anonymous

    IN. Super cute!

  • Anonymous

    I think it’s more of a photo call or Sunday School look rather than red carpet wear. She looks great and put together though…so IN. 

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know what kindergarten teachers you’ve seen lately, but they have to be coming out of some sort of fairytale world (perhaps the same place that Austin’s postal worker from PR Season 1 came from?). Kindergarten teachers would get that dress ruined by barf or paint in like 5 minutes, and wouldn’t even TRY those killa gold shoes. IN. 

  • Cheri Lee

    I think she looks great. The dress is so stunning that any other jewelry would have been competing too much with the dress. Even the shoes don’t stand out as much as the dress does. Its a great look though.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    Darling. I love everything about it. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Please tell me that’s not a bodysuit. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  Hate the mismatch of fabric content between top and bottom, which is what I believe is making the top look like it has a cream, rather than white, background.  And yes, there’s too much simpering sweet flowery stuff going on up in heah. Edited to add: I also hate those gold shoes with this, gaa!

  • Grace Ritt

    IN! I think she looks so chic.

  • Jill Tracy

    IN! she looks great!

  • Anonymous

    IN. That beautiful floral print goes well against her coloring.

  • JaneM

    IN. I wish my kindegarten teacher looked like that.  I did have one that looked like that in first grade and after about two months she was got married and was replaced by the meanest nun on earth.

  • Emily

    In. It’s pretty – the print makes it not too sweet.

  • Brendan Foehr

    In. This looks like a WERQ to me, you guys are crazy for putting this up for debate.

  • Sally Brownson

    I think she’s in. Even if she looks like a kindergarten teacher, she looks like the prettiest, most glamorous kindergarten teacher who’s ever lived.

  • Anonymous

    Kindergarten teachers usually have to dress in clothes they can sit on the floor in, carry kids in, get glue and paint on, etc. Most wouldn’t dress like this because they couldn’t afford it!  I would say In.

  • Anonymous

    Kindergarten teachers usually have to dress in clothes they can sit on the floor in, carry kids in, get glue and paint on, etc. Most wouldn’t dress like this because they couldn’t afford it!  I would say In.

  • ecallaw

    In.  I think the different shades on top and bottom are interesting and keep it from being TOO twee.

  • ecallaw

    In.  I think the different shades on top and bottom are interesting and keep it from being TOO twee.

  • Anonymous

    In! I love the whole look. The floral is so refreshingly pretty.

  • Eclectic Mayhem

    In, In, In, IN!  Love it!  Love her!

  • Valerie Little

    Out. It looks like a cheap knit dress from Kmart.  

  • Ally Monge

    Love everything but the neckline… maybe a deep v would have veered it from too sweet. Still an IN though, and I love her makeup and earrings.

  • Nicole Merrill

    IN! J’adore 😀

  • up with pod people

    GORGEOUS. I’d prefer a bateau or shoulder-to-shoulder scoop instead of the weird little circle, but gorgeous.

  • Santa

    IN! She looks wonderful :)

  • Sarah Oleksyk

    WAY too 90s. OUT!

  • nicole seligman

    IN! she’s totally working it. love the dress, bag, earrings, and hair. could have worn some better, more interesting shoes, though.

  • Anonymous

    IN, but I wonder what it would have looked like with a belt?

  • Anonymous

    Maybe it’s an optical illusion of the light, but it looks as if the top half has a slightly ecru background while the bottom half has a white background. It also looks to me as if the top and bottom are two different fabrics (with the same print on them). The top looks slightly thinner (perhaps the ecru is her skin showing through) and as if it’s a bit stretchy/lycra.

    Not a complaint, just wondering if I’m seeing that right.

    I like the dress, and I think it walks up to the line of kindergarten teacher and says, “Bitch, this is a vintage-style print. No toddler’s throwing up on this.” The gold shoes carry it even further into the era.

    In summary: IN.

  • Jennifer Zowie

    In! It’s super cute, she looks great.

  • Jessica Ballinger

    In!  I love the blues and oranges together, and you’re right, the shoes help tremendously.  Plus the fit is great and the hem is right.

  • Vera Sticker

    IN. Love it. My only quibble is that it could have used a bracelet, and the neckline could be better. But it’s a killer dress.

  • Anonymous

    I saw that, too. I think it might be two different fabrics with the same print. The top looks as if lycra is involved.

  • Brittany

    Easy IN!

  • Anonymous

    The top looks like it was worn several times and not washed and the bottom is brand new…whats with the offwhite and the white

  • heartbot

    I wish I looked like this all the time. In.

  • Anonymous

    VERY close to the line, but the shoes push it over to be IN.

    It looks like a not-quite-matching tee and skirt, rather than a dress, and I don’t really like that look. But she’s cute and I love the shoes with this.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  Love the red lippy and gold hoops.  Just getting enough of a Flamenco-sexy hit without going too far into Tapas/Matador-land.

  • Anonymous

    if it were sleeveless it would have been an out, but its not so IN 

  • rynerman

    In, but I am a sucker for a decent floral print.

  • Anonymous

    In.  Cute but not twee.

  • accidental housewife

    I am a sucker for a pretty floral print dress. It’s so beautiful. I’m not loving the shoes, but they’re not worth arguing or worrying about. Make-up is perfect, love the hair, and like the clutch as much as I can like the clutch. IN

  • Kelly


  • Anonymous

    Very pretty. And it’s refreshing to just see pretty sometimes, y’know?

  • Anonymous

    While she does look very sweet and put-together, it strikes me as kinda West Side Story for the red carpet- but hey, better to look great and a little costume-y than boring and desperate, a la pretty much any other young starlet in a skin-tight minidress.

  • lilibetp

    I’ve never seen a kindergarten teacher in 6″ F*** me pumps.  Just an observation.

  • Anonymous

    its a great look, but not on the red carpet. OUT

  • Anonymous

    I don’t read “kindergarten teacher” at all… and I teach kindergarten. The girl looks amazing. IN!

  • Tom Shea

    IN. Looks great.
    Allow me to toss out the first Suzanne Farrell reference.

  • Rebecca Johnson

    In! A) It’s flattering. B) It’s not skintight, black or supershort.

  • Anonymous

    In.  It is sweet and there’s nothing wrong with that.

  • Mags

    The floral is pretty without being overpowering 80s ish and the shoes need to find their way into my closet. IN!

  • Susan Contreras

    In.  pretty pretty pretty

  • Liana Brooks

    It’s a cute dress, and for a daytime event in the spring I wouldn’t hesitate to give it an In. Here… it looks good but out of place. I guess she’s getting attention and doing the RC thing. It’s not a WERQ, but a grudging IN.

  • Nancy SM Waldman

    Love this!

  • Anonymous

    The neckline would be so right for Christina Hendricks. Can’t you just see her in it? She would totally rock this dress!

  • Allison Woods


  • Matthew Dinda

    IN! Gosh I LOVE the earrings!

  • Merneith

    In. It might be a little dressed down for a premier … but I love the overall look.

  • Joyce VG

    OUT! Curtains!

  • Anonymous

    Simple. Cute. Floral.
    What’s not to like?

  •!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

    I think it’s a bit informal for the occasion and wish there was a belt, but she really looks good and I can’t argue with that.  IN!

  • Brenna McClellan

    IN IN IN! She looks amazing (probably because she’s amazing!)

  • Anonymous

    I say IN, but I kind of want to chop off the sleeves in this context. It’s an adorable day dress, but for a nighttime red carpet I think cap sleeves or sleeveless would be better.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  I think she looks cute and sassy.  I agree that the neckline is a bit odd (not wide/deep enough?), but the hem reads really flirty and sexy to me.

  • Anonymous

    I love the print and form fitting top with long sleeves.  Not crazy about the accessories but that is just nitpicking.  i have no idea who she is but she is a breath of fresh air.  

  • Anonymous

    IN. Super-cute.

  • Ass Kicking Adviser

    Out! Laura Ashley ballerina circa 1987. I need some Stoli to wash that sugary taste out of my mouth.

  • Cristin Colvin

    I’m sorry, but there’s something really hot about a kindergarten teacher in a floral dress with a Zoe Deschanel hair thing going on.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    IN!  Love everything about it.  IN!

  • Christopher

    In,  but she needs something around her neck.  Maybe a simple (low profile) gold necklace and pendant?

  • Anonymous


  • Geno Boggiatto

    IN! But I do agree that she could have added some jazzy accessories. 

  • Rachel Council

    IN! She looks cute and pretty without looking juvenile. 

  • Anonymous

    IN.  Who doesn’t like a pretty fall floral?

  • Aaminah Khan

    Super-cute and fresh-looking. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Very cute, but not sickeningly so.  IN

  • Maia Papaya

    IN! She looks amazing!

  • Hannah Penfield

    Lies! INNNN.

  • Sorana Tarmu

    OUT. Dress too casual, hate the gold shoes with it. Bad choices.

  • Becca Robson


  • Anonymous

    In! Stunning

  • Anonymous

    I’m giving it a small out.  The concept is cute, but the fact that the top is actually a slightly different color than the skirt is monstrously distracting to me.  And she seems to be wearing a dark bra, which is just a no no.  It’s a cute try, but the outfit itself has some execution problems and she’s added a bra fault.  But it’s a lower-case out.

    • Shawn Hill

      That’s weird, because obviously the pattern in the same, so why would they make the top out of a different fabric?

  • Addicted2Glamour

    I love the print and the lower half of this dress, The top, however, with that weird almost scoop-neck tee-shirt effect, looks like the top half of a dancer’s leotard. But with hair, makeup and accessories like this, and the fact that it’s a very refreshing change from all these damned lace dresses these stylists are STILL in love with for the RC, she’s IN. 

  • Anonymous

    IN! Love it.

  • Anonymous

    IN.  She did this look perfectly.  And have you seen kindergarten teachers lately?  Even if they’re young, skinny, fashionable, and beautiful, they sure don’t dress like this……’s hard to get on the floor and color with the kiddies in those shoes.

  • Anonymous

    I’m a kindergarten teacher and I wish I could look that good! She’s IN!

  • Shawn Hill

    IN! The earrings bring the gypsy vibe without going full-on fortune teller. This girl has taste.

  • Rachel Lee

    Why does her top look so oddly sheer? I feel like making it an out because of that, but the gold shoes save it. In.

  • Anonymous

    Why are the top and bottom different colors? Or is my monitor simply playing tricks? I like it, but I think it would look better with some detail at the waist – maybe a skinny belt? 

  • Anonymous

    I almost like it. I wonder why the top and bottom are different colors, too. Is the top fabric more sheer? 
    It all actually looks pretty good, but since the print kind of looks like something I’ve seen before on a sofa slipcover I’ll have to say OUT!

  • Becky Bartley

    How did she get my grandmother’s curtains?? OUT

  • oohsparkley!

    Out.  I love a pretty floral, but this one doesn’t do it for me.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t love the print but she put it together beautifully. She looks great. IN. And as a minister, I would like to know whatchu got against minister’s wives? I could use one myself, word.

  • Paige Boerman

    IN! She looks adorable! Not at all too sweet. I love everything about it.

  • Mary McClelland

    In.  She looks very fun and modern. I love it!

  • Anonymous

    I had this dress in the 80s.  OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In enough

  • katie

    fantastic- IN.