In or Out: Olivia Wilde in J. Mendel

Posted on October 27, 2011

We want to offer positive support to Olivia here, because we think she made a bold choice and we’re all about the bold choices.


Olivia Wilde in J. MendelOlivia Wilde attends the Glamour Reel Moments 2011 – held at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles in a J. Mendel dress paired with Brian Atwood shoes.

Olivia Wilde in J. MendelJ. Mendel Resort 2012 Collection/Model: Beth Whitson

Olivia Wilde in J. Mendel

Olivia Wilde in J. Mendel

Olivia Wilde in J. Mendel

She has a tendency to pick these very fashion-y kind of dresses; fierce and head-turning looks that suit her own looks. And for the most part, this has worked quite well for her. But we really dig the loose, laid-back chicness of this dress. It’s got just enough visual interest to keep it from being boring, but it doesn’t come anywhere close to looking overdone (like some of her RC looks sometimes do). The sort of loose hair and underplayed makeup really work with the look. It’s the accessories that fail.

We might have forgiven the gold earrings (although chunky stone jewelry would have been a more suitable choice, we think), and the nondescript clutch, but HONEY. The drag queen shoes are a total WTF. We like a good juxtaposition and loathe when people do the expected thing, but a more natural-looking shoe is really what was called for here. We might even have supported a bronzey sort of metallic or neutral with some interest to it. You had a chance to work some earth-mother chicness here and you blew it on a pair of Barbie shoes.


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IN! Every outfit needs a touch of Barbie!

OUT! Hippy on the top; hooker on the bottom!

Voting on Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s “First day of the school year” outfit is still open, darlings.

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  • Anonymous

    I don’t know. . . 
    I like the dress (but it makes more sense the way the models’ hair is styled), hate the shoes. 

    • Anonymous

      My thoughts exactly.It works so much better with the edgy hair.

  • Sobaika Mirza

    IN. She looks fabulous overall and I get that the shoe is subjective, but I’d kill to have those in my Barbie Dream Closet.

  • Shannon Stewart

    I could have gotten behind the shoes in red — a classic color.  But that bright pink is just fugly.

    I’ll have to get back to you on the in/out of it all though…

    • Sobaika Mirza

      Agreed that red would have been a better choice.

    • Anonymous

      I think a warm, mid tone or dark green or blue (or blue-green!) would have been a pretty contrast while still looking cohesive. Red would have been nice too (red + navy = love), but I think the soft drapey dress lends itself better to more somber colors.

    • Anonymous

      Even though I hate fuschia on principle, I would have been okay with the shoe if this was a black and pure white dress. But fuschia is a cool tone and that pale beigy-pink panel is a warm tone, and, in this case, the twain should not have met. A pop of color, fine. Just not this color.

  • Sara__B

    The rest of her looks so good that I can almost forgive the pink clodhoppers. IN, in spite of the awful shoes.

  • Kathrine Marlow

    All I can see is the shoe, not the rest of the girl, OUT

  • ali meowmeow

    Are… are those FURRY Barbie shoes? I feel like even Barbie would look at those and go “Hell no.”


    • Anonymous

      Furry Barbie shoes – hysterical Ali!

  • Anonymous

    Not sure.  I don’t really love the dress.  The shoes are definitely wrong, but I love a hot pink shoe when used right.  I’ll give it a barely IN because the rest of the styling is good.

  • Anonymous

    IN, because I am going to forgive the shoes. Because I am a generous person.

    (Pssst. Olivia? WTF with the shoes? The pinks don’t even work together!)

  • Claudia Gilbert

    Oh no.  Oh dear.  Oh no.

  • Lisa Weaver

    This is a scroll down OUT.

  • Tiger Gray

    Whatever. I love those shoes. IN. 

  • Anonymous

    Can I give a big IN for the dress but a big ol’ OUT for the shoes? It pretty much ruins the look for me.

  • jaibee

    disagree – IN! the shoe provides an unexpected pop – even if it is pink satin – and should be praised lest all stars stick to silly putty shoes in future for fear of criticism! 

    • Anonymous

       I don’t think that is pink SATIN.  It looks like Pink (my little) Pony.  (it looks like horse or cowhide – hairy)

  • Anonymous

    I think she was trying to pick up on the pinkish hues on the dress and thought the bold shoe choice would work…not so much though.

    It’s a great gown and overall she looks very pretty, aside from the pink elephants in the room.


    • Anonymous

      I agree.  I think the problem is that the dress is warm-toned, while the shoes are a really cool pink color.

  • Kate Pearce

    Um no, that dress looks really badly finished close up.

    • Susan

      I agree with Kate.   I’m sick of unfinished hems.  Between that and the boxy natuure of the dress it looks like my 8th grade Home Ec project.

  • Laura Schultz

    Hmmm…. Love the dress, hair, jewelry, HATE the shoes. Dang.  usually I don’t like how she dresses at all but there’s a lot positive here. 

    I guess I’m in. 

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress, hate the shoes. It looks like she just grabbed some non-matchy shoes and off she went with no consideration of their impact on her otherwise very nice outfit. And they don’t even fit.

  • Anplica Fiore

    The shoes are waaaaay distracting, but the rest of the look is just about spot on.  In.

  • Anonymous

    OUT. I could have overlooked the furry pink shoes, because I really love the dress and hair, but they look like they’re about two sizes too big!

  • Jessica TallGirl Freeman

    OUT.  The pink shoes just made me say that.

  • Anonymous

    She gets the shoes wrong a lot…

  • Anonymous

    OUT…just for unforgivable Barbie shoes.  Lovely dress, hair and makeup though. 

  • Barbara Guttman

    I kinda feel like she picked a shoe tall enough that the hem of the dress would fall EXACTLY to floor length, and didn’t care that they came with a matching dream car.

  • Alyson Lamble

    I’ll trade you boys “visual interest” for “looks like a patchwork quilt”.  The shoes don’t help.  OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Can’t the stylists find shoes that FIT, too?  And the dress is really not ringing my chimes.  Out-erino.

    • Anonymous

      i bitched about shoes not fitting in another post today. what is with that??? anyone?  OUT

    • Anonymous

      I can forgive the colour *barely* but that colour AND the bad fit means OUT.

  • Aly Light

    A pair of Barbie shoes that don’t remotely fit! Man, that’s one place where I definitely do not envy celebrities– nobody is ever forcing me to wear shoes that are two sizes too large for me.

    I really feel like the shoes leave the dress looking washed out and dull. Yeah, OUT.

  • Catherine Katz

    Maybe her other shoes were misplaced or damaged or something (?!?) by the stylist and she was left with these – which obviously went with the 2nd choice dress.

    Love the dress.  Even with the pink piggy feet, I think she looks great – in.

  • Elana Bryan

    The dress is fabulous.  Shoes…so very large and wrong.

  • Anonymous

    Going with In.  I agree different shoes were needed, but I don’t mind the jewelry or even the clutch so much.  The dress is great and the shoes aren’t enough to push it to Out.

    Hmm…shoes in the turquoise of the fringe on her right might have worked.

  • Anonymous

    Agreed. I love that dress on her, but those shoes are a nightmare.
    On the other hand, when you’ve been blessed with a face like that, who cares.

    I’m calling it an IN, because she still looks stunning in spite of those ugly things on her feet. 

  • Anonymous

    Yes, the shoes are all wrong, but that’s not enough to ruin the whole look.  IN!

  • Anonymous

    I think a blue or teal shoe would have worked had she wanted to work the pop of color. The dress itself, I like. Agreed that chunky stone jewelry would have been a terrific choice. Those fuschia pumps are horrid, and incongruous with the rest of the look.

  • Anonymous

    I’m really trying to like it but….have to say out.

  • Anonymous

    Gorgeous face, gorgeous dress, she’s smiling – but those shoes give this an automatic out. Contrast is one thing, but these are too random to work. It’s a shame.

  • Anonymous

    She could have picked up that teensy tiny bit of turquoise in the hem and rocked that as a shoe or accessory. Not matchy at all because it’s so subtle.

    Still. 90% fab is still an IN.

  • Anonymous

    I’m going to go waaaay outside my comfort zone and give this an IN precisely because she used a bright pink shoe here (and yes, I threw up in my mouth just a bit while typing that.)  This dress is begging for a pop of color in the shoe and while I’d rather have seen just about any other bright color shoe here, I’ll take the pink and be glad for it.  I’m just thankful that she didn’t wear a pair of those hideous putty shoes so I don’t have to poke my eyes out from boredom.  Pink it is and she’s IN!

  • Anonymous

    Overall like it, IN

  • CQAussie

    I give it an IN.  I love the dress and how she’s wearing it.  I hate the shoes but mainly because it’s not her size…..WHY do they do that?   And well, actually the colour and the chunky style of the shoe isn’t working for me either.  So crap shoe but not enough to ruin the look.

  • Sara L.

    IN for me. Dress is interesting, hair is awesome, and I would cut a bitch for those earrings. And I don’t even have pierced ears. The shoes, while ugly as sin, are merely a faint distraction.

  • Angie O’Brien

    I’m a sucker for a pink shoe. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Wrong earrings and odd choice of shoe. I might have even gone for a red before Barbie pink.

  • Judy_J

    A big IN till you get to the shoes.  Then it becomes a small in.  Not only do I hate the color of those shoes, but I also hate the fact that they don’t fit.  Why wear ugly, ill-fitting shoes with such a fabulous dress?

  • Anonymous

    The shoe is stupid–especially with this dress, but not enough to earn an Out. The other accessories are mostly bland (although I like the play of color across the clutch), but not enough to earn an Out. She looks, as you say, laid-back chic, which is right for these non-event events. I give it an In but not an emphatic one.

  • Anonymous

    The shoes ruin it.  OUT.   

  • Anonymous

    i kinda like it…haha IN

  • Meredith Blixt

    I like the idea of a pop of color, just not THAT color. Still, I think she looks good. IN.

  • Anonymous

    She looks like she’s wearing a curtain panel.  OUT. 

  • Anonymous

    Yeah… the shoes are awful. Just awful. But I scrolled up enough so that they’re covered up, and now she’s IN!

  • Melissa Della

    The shoe was a misstep IMO, but not big enough to say she’s out I think. In. But girlfriend needs to retire the furry Barbie shoes.

  • Manon

    Hate the shoes! But what is this with all these ill fitting shoes?! How do they walk in 2 sizes too big?

  • Anonymous

    Have when designers – hell anyone – uses raw salvage edges like this.  It looks tacky and cheap to me. 

    What is with these shoes now with that “snipped” square toe?   I have been seeing it a lot lately

  • Anonymous

    In. The shoes are a mistake, but I’ll give her a pass.

  • Anonymous

    Not really bothered by the shoes that much, especially because they were probably hidden most of the time due to the length of the dress.


  • Anonymous

    I’m giving it an IN because I love everything except the shoes – and maybe the clutch. But, everything else is so fab – LOVE that dress – that I’m willing to overlook too-big-Barbie-shoes. Dress = love!

  • BerlinerNYC

    I kind of admire her moxie for doing this… although it does inspire ambivalent memories of Cybill Shepherd wearing orange Reeboks with her black gown to the 1985 Emmys.

  • Anonymous

    I love the dress and the rock and roll styling on the model.  Ms Wilde is polishing it up a bit too much for me, but I’ll still give it an IN.

    (la la la la la *hands over ears so I can’t hear the pink shoes*)

  • Anonymous

    I kind of love it. ‘F*ck you all, I’mma wear whatever shoes I want. Bow down.’

  • Anonymous

    I think the shoes are fabulous and show a lot of sass.

  • Anonymous

    I love the dress, hair, makeup and those pretty earrings, but I HATE the shoes. Still, she looks great overall. IN. 

  • Elena

    IN.. if you ignore the shoes.

  • Anonymous

    It’s nice, but the dress looks like it’s inside-out. I honestly don’t know how to vote, here. Hmmm, OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Mostly in, but the slit on the dress is too high, and the shoes look to be about 2 sizes too large.

  • Dee B


  • Santa

    Oh, the dress is gorgeous but I am not a fan of those shoes. I say IN :)

  • Anonymous

    Love, love, love a bright colored shoe worn the right way.  This was not the right way.

    But I like the rest of the look so much it’s still an IN.

  • MandyM

    Those shoes killed it! OUT

  • Anonymous

    Shorten the dress and it would be good (but not for a red carpet).  I just don’t like it as a gown.  And shoes?  I don’t understand at all.  Out.

  • Anonymous

    Borderline in.  But think if the shoes were aubergine!  THAT would have been a WERQ.

  • Mags

    I kind of liked the dress until I saw the slit in it. It looks like her hooker-barbie heels got caught in it, ripped it up the side, and she didn’t have time to fix it. The hair and makeup look fine, but all in all, this gets an OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress, the shoes are dreadful!!! And they don’t fit!!! Why can’t these women borrow shoes that fit???

  • Anonymous

    OUT. Another choice to dress her skinny body to make her look like Kirstie Alley last season.

  • Anonymous

    That shoe costs nearly $800, so why does it look cheap and shoddy?  (I swear, I didn’t realize the bad pun until I typed it.)

  • Ali King

    how could this not be IN? she looks fantastic. the shoes might be a little odd but they completely don’t ruin the look.

  • Anonymous

    Of all the shoes you’ve called Barbie Shoes, these are the most Barbie Shoe-est of them all. Tell me that is not exactly Barbie Pink!  Because it’s a long dress – and a lovely long dress at that – it probably covers the shoes most of the time, thereby lessening the impact a horrid shoe choice usually has on my judging. Miss Wilde is an IN. She looks glamorous and gorgeous!

  • Sara Munoz

    I don’t like the shoes either, but I get where she’s going with it. Everything else is wonderful. So very IN.

  • Liana Brooks

    The only thing I like are the shoes. The dress is dismal. It’s long, frumpy, and raw. The color blocking isn’t enough to give this any pop. Chopped above the knee with the right accessories the dress would be all right, as it is? OUT

  • Allison Woods

    I have to give her an IN in spite of the accessories. The dress is such an interesting choice.

  • Jane Scarffe

    I loved this and was SO disappointed to see it was a case of scroll-down fug. Dig the hair, dress, and makeup but the shoes ruin it. Out.

  • Vaniljekjeks

    She’s in, but not all the way.  I love the pop of color, but the shoes are ugly, and obviously way too big for her.  

  • Matthew Dinda

    IN. She looks fabulous and although I’m also not in love with the shoes I have to give her credit for no silly-putty ridiculousness.

  • Shannon Tierney

    I agree, this is the best she’s looked EVER, but… a scrolldown fug, as the GFY girls will undoubtedly say.

  • MandyJane

    IN, but I hate those shoes.

  • Rachel S.

    Eh, I still like it. Probably because I’m biased towards her. The only thing I don’t care for is the stitching on that beige front panel or whatever it is.

  • Anonymous

    OUT, because she ruined it. It would have been so good and she shit the bed with those shoes. She made me mad.

  • Joyce VG

    The Barbie shoes ARE bad, but I forgive and give her an IN.

  • Anonymous

    Hmm. I withhold judgment. “In or out, but close the door! And if you come in, take off your shoes!”

  • Emily Smith

    In.  still hot.  just don’t look down.

  • { edi } ilovetrash

    they needed to be a primary color or a metallic, maybe.
    the shoes & the earrings & the dress all together say she has no understanding of color.
    she’s another one who’s very pretty so nothing’s gonna look that bad.
    just a bit confused & sloppy is all.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  She ruined it with those shoes.

  • Anonymous

    I was looking at the picture thinking how good she looked, then I got to the shoes and the sad trombone played in my head. Wah-wah-waaah… Out. She really blew it with that shoe choice. Everything else is an In.

  • Anonymous

    And those vile pink monstrosities are several sizes too big. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    OUT.  I think she looks great until I get to her feet.  I actually like the shoes if they were with something else, don’t get me wrong.

    BUT…this combo makes me eye twitch.  I’m not color-wheel obsessed by any means, but a hot pink going to the bluish-purplish side of the scale looks SO WRONG with a peachy-beige dress.  I’m thinking copper-colored shoes would have looked awesome here, or even an orangeish-red.  But a cool pink with a warm neutral is kind of nauseating.

  • Anonymous

    I have to say OUT just for the shoes.  Everything else is great.  If she wanted to do a color pop, she should’ve stuck with something less neon, maybe a nice burgundy.

  • Anonymous

    Hmm I’m going with IN. I don’t know why but I can forgive her the shoes. 

  • Anonymous

    I am torn.  The dress is great, I don’t mind the earrings but the shoes.  Those shoes.  I’m on the fence and will let the other kittens decide.

  • Ally Monge

    I think a pretty olive shoe would have nice, but she still gets an IN from me because that dress is so fiercely awesome. And I like the earrings.

  • Anonymous

    She definitely could have improved the accessories. And the shoes are fugly.
    But I really like the dress.
    Grudging IN.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t mind the shoes, actually. I don’t particularly like the shape of the dress, though. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    this is like a confusing belly button.  Is it an innie or an outtie?  I can’t tell?  The hair and make-up are fabulous.  And I want to give her points for rocking those bangs, because recently they’ve been looking pretty terrible when she’s been photographed.  But I agree about the WTF heels.  They are killer shoes.  But wear them with pucci or something black and sparkly.  They manage to pull the focus away from her gorgeous mug.

    Don’t let your shoes upstage your face.

    I’ve talked myself into an OUT.

  • Ass Kicking Adviser

    Here’s what happened:
    After a lovely afternoon of having her hair and make-up tastefully done, she put on her dress. That’s when she realized it looked like a rag and so she threw on the shoes she had in her closet from her Halloween Costume last year (hooker) to ‘bump’ things up a bit.
    The result: trainwreck from the neck down.

  • Leonardo Alves

    It was so close… The dress is fabulous!
    But I have to say: OUT!

  • vmcdanie

    IN from head to toe. I even love the shoes with it. We can revisit this topic if someone ever pairs them with a black micro mini.

  • Anonymous

    Out. Hate the dress, looks like something Anya would make. And the shoes are reminiscent of Kimberly’s blue ones, except they don’t match. I don’t even thing they “go with”. Yuck. OUT!

  • Anonymous

    IN – I’m not loving the shoes by any stretch, but something about the dress is wildly fabulous!  Hair and makeup look great too, and the accessories could be better but are still okay.

  • Anonymous

    i love love love that dress.
    i hate the shoes, she should trust that her own stunningness can be the “shock” value. but all in all, this is an IN for me

  • Jessica O’Connell

    I honestly don’t know… I like everything but the shoes. I even like the jewelery… But the shoes… I just… I mean…what? I’m sorry, I can’t decide.

    Also, I’m sorry, but the model in the picture is FREAKING ME OUT!

  • Anonymous

    It’s a Barbie dressed in a canvas bag. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In. I love the shoes with the dress. Every time she walked in my head there would be a “Zip,” “Zing,” or “Pow” to accompany the flash of pink. Brilliant! 

  • Anonymous

    OUT. Someone — her, or her stylist — has taste in his or her tuchis. And I don’t like the dress much. A lovely young woman, badly dressed. 

  • L.

    I want video of Walking in those shoes.  Dress, hair, makeup, Good.  Accessories, Bad.

  • Presumptuous Insect

    In. I like the fact that I cannot see the frikkin lines between her toes in those shoes.  That is enough to be in for me.  Plus, she’s Alexander Cockburn’s niece. Huzzah!

    • Anonymous

      I’m with you. I detest toe cleavage.

    • Anonymous

      I think that has to do with the fact that she’s wearing shoes that look two sizes too big. 

  • Anonymous

    What TLo said.

    OUT (but I do love the dress).

  • Anonymous

    IN, but just barely–because of THOSE SHOES!!! Ugh

  • Anonymous

    I think the goods overrule the bads – er, the shoes, yikes – and I really like that hair on her. It’s an unusual style for her, I think? So in, I guess. I’m feeling charitable because of the end of Thirteen.

  • Anonymous

    IN. I would prefer a better shoe, but at least she isn’t boring me. And everything else is flawless.

  • Samantha Hanson

    I agree, the shoes are bad. But I’m going to assume there are angles from which you can’t see them behind the fabulous dress. I’ll pretend I saw a photo from that angle and give her an in.

  • Anonymous

    out. boring, and then evil pink shoes.

  • Anonymous

    You get a lovely bucolic synfonie, and then the needle scratches when you see the shoes.  Rust or Olive would have been perfect.

  • Katherine Pisarro-Grant

    Agreed. The shoes make it out. How much more chic would she have looked in a pair of laced gold sandals? I can see it now….OUT.

  • Anonymous

    INNN I love the shoes.

  • Anonymous

    IN I love the hooker shoes.  If she’d worn nude/tan ones, I think I would have heard complaints, right?  IN and good for her.

  • Anonymous

    IN. Those shoes are epic.

  • Anonymous

    Eh, the dress just looks sloppy to me, and the pink shoe makes no sense.  I love everything from the neck up, but from the neck down, this is an OUT.

  • Amelia Ross

    the dress is interesting, she pulls it off well.  

  • Anonymous

    What an awesome dress but i can’t get over those awful shoes!
    Olivia, get your shit together next time and don’t ruin another great dress. You’re off with a warning today: IN.

  • Brenna McClellan

    I hate to say this, but OUT. She’s beautiful and those shoes are killa, but that dress is FUG AS HELL. 

  • Sorana Tarmu

    Henh. A less flashy color could have made this a WERQ. But the Barbie shoes kill it. OUT.

  • Becca Robson

    Hmm. I think I quite like the shoes. A good pop of colour!

  • Polarity

    OUT. I hate everything about this look. That dress looks like a caftan from a commune, and I hate the fraying in this case because  because it literally looks like it has been washed too many times and is starting to wear out. And yes, the Barbie shoes look completely bizarre with the rest of it.

  • Alexandria

    It’s like pretty, pretty, pretty, prett- oh, shoe. Out.

  • M N

    I think she looks fantastic.  The dress is so quiet and plain that it needs something, and the shoes are that something.  I hate pink in general, and I really hate giant heels, but I love these in context.  IN.

  • Anonymous

    Um, no. It’s not that I don’t like the dress but this is an instance where you add up all the pieces and they detract from the dress. The styling kills it. The shoes…ugh.  

  • ecallaw

    Even if she just had to go for the hot pink shoe, it would have been better if she picked a pair that fit and weren’t so clunky.

  • Zubair Ghumro

    IN! TOTALLY!! 

  • Anonymous

    OUT. Out out out. 

  • Badriya Al-Badi’a

    Out.  Raw selvedge has no place in front of a backdrop that literally has “glamour” written all over it, never mind the shoes.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    I’m going to say IN because the dress and hair are gorgeous. The shoes don’t go at all, but I’m willing to forgive them because the rest of her looks so great.

  • Anonymous

    I dig the dress, like the gold jewelry, but must slap those shoes right off her feet (and put them in my closet to wear w/a killer all black outfit)!  Regardless, she’s in.

  • Jessica Charlotte Siewierkiewi

    Out. The shoes ruin it.

  • Kelley Comfort

    Shoes ruin in. Out. Too bad, because the dress was pretty cool.

  • Kelley Comfort

    Shoes ruin in. Out. Too bad, because the dress was pretty cool.

  • Chloe Stabler

    Gross.  Doesn’t go at all.  OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I kinda like the look, and the visual punch delivered by the oh-so-unexpected shoes, although I agree with those who pointed out that they’d have as much punch, but less ouch, had they been red.  Overall: IN.

  • Anonymous

    That scroll down fug burned my retinas. OUT!
    Need end of day pretty… need end of day pretty….

  • Lauren Dorsee Dillon

    If she wanted to make a statement with her shoes, “I’m a Barbie Girl” should not have been it. And royal blue would have been better than pink if that was indeed what she was going for. Bronze, blue, or black. Not shocking pink. Ugh. out.

  • Rachel Lee

    OUT. Good lord what hooker shoes.

  • murt

    Ya I agree – I love the dress and all of the accessories except for the shoes. I do think she could have pulled off colourful shoes here – she doesn’t necessarily need a neutral shoe; but that shade of pink doesn’t work with the dress.

  • Anonymous

    IN because I love the dress and how beautiful the headshot is. I love the slight blue-green rough edge and how that picks up her eye color. (Sorry, not very articulate today.)

  • Anonymous

    OUT.  Shoes are jarring and unforgivable.  A fatal flaw.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t like the pink, but I do like the idea of a pop of color with the shoes. At least they’re not silly-putty pumps!

  • Toto Maya

    I was like, “Oh, she looks so fab- THE SHOES WHAT THE HELL.”

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress but hate the shoes. REALLY HATE the shoes.

  • MilaXX

    OUT! Those shoes completely ruin the look. They pull the eye to them and you miss a pretty nice dress.

  • Susan Crawford

    The color-blocked, frayed-edged dress is really very cool. LOVE the mottled clutch bag, the leafy earrings and the slim gold bangles. BUT . . . those horrible pink shoes suck like my grandma’s Hoover. What a way to wreck an otherwise original and elegantly unique red carpet look,

  • Anonymous

    Out for the shoes. But mostly because they’re way too freakin’ big for her feet.

  • Nora Mulllin

    IN. fab, pretty, sexy, perfectly suited to her. I hate the shoes but Im pretty sure I’d hate the shoes with any dress. Also, can we get all of the starlets a course in how to buy shoes that aren’t too big?

  • Catherine Rhodes

    OUT!! With the thousands of ultra fabulous shoes available to a starlet like herself, she picked THESE! Oy.

  • Anonymous

    Agree on the shoes, not a fan. But I like the rest of the look so IN.

  • oohsparkley!

    Out.  You are right, the shoes are too much – too jarring to let pass.

  • Anonymous

    The shoe choice is inexplicable.  OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Sad face OUT. Because this had so much WERQ potential. The earrings are also so wrong.

  • Mary McClelland

    In – very striking and her hair and make-up are beautiful. 

  • Anonymous

    It would pain me so to give 13 an out, and honestly, I think so damned much is right in the look that I can’t do it here just for the shoes (which I agree, are a tad jarring).  IN

  • margaret meyers

    In.  She looks beautiful.

  • Suzie Vazquez

    in but a little confused on the shoe.

  • katie

    That dress is gorgeous but those shoes ruined it for me. OUT.