In or Out: Amanda Seyfried in Michael Angel

Posted on November 04, 2011

We feel a little bad for Amanda because we’ve been forced to rag on her past couple of style choices and we know how devastating it must be for her to hear us say unkind things. We’re gonna do her a solid and feature her in something we like, but we’re not sure if we like-like.

Amanda Seyfried in Michael AngelAmanda Seyfried attends “In Time” Photocall in Madrid in a Michael Angel dress.

Michael Angel Spring 2011 CollectionMichael Angel Spring 2011 Collection/Model: Emilia

Amanda Seyfried in Michael Angel

Amanda Seyfried in Michael Angel

Amanda Seyfried in Michael Angel

It’s interesting, right? We’ll give it that. We’ve been shrieking for years about more prints on the red carpet and there’s definitely a trend towards wearing them. The Hollywood crowd is notoriously nervous about style, so expect the print–on-the-red-carpet trend to be short-lived. So it makes us want to praise every instance of a starlet wearing a print in front of photographers. Are we responding just a bit too positively because we want to or because we really, truly, sincerely love it? Examine that, minions.

We can admit, no matter what, that the shape of this dress is difficult to wear, with the high slit and asymmetrical hem. Once again, there’s a sense that she’s dressing wrong for her height and making herself look smaller and shorter than she is. We wonder if she has a new stylist who doesn’t quite understand the shape of her body yet.

Still, A+ for reaching for that wild print. It will be up to the Bitter Kittens, the Precious Unborn Fawns of our comments section, to decide if she is IN or OUT and ultimately if she LIVES OR DIES.

Okay, no on that last part. We just wanted to see if you were still reading.

Vote Now!
IN! Bold & beautiful!

OUT! Meet me on the lanai, Rose and Dorothy.

Voting on Daniel Craig’s very tight suit is still open.

[Photo Credit: Solarpix/PR Photos,]

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  • Anonymous

    just for taking the risk. And it looks just fine to me.  In

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  • Emma Liberman

    Meh. B. So, “IN” but I did think the metallic collar did all the heavy design lifting in the original. The hair should be pulled up and lady, your shoes are boring.
    “IN” for not making a serious misstep. 

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks incredible.  I’m not seeing the proportion problem with this dress at all, maybe because her legs look a million miles long.

    • ali meowmeow

      Agreed on the legs. It’s hitting her exactly where it should, and with the heels, it makes her legs look longer than the model’s. The only place I’m spotting a proportion issue is at her waist, because she appears to have a shorter torso than the model. But the wonkyish fit there is pretty well-concealed by the print, and I wouldn’t have noticed it at all without the runway photo to scroll between.

      Totally incredible look for her, and a definite in. (Not to mention a vast improvement over what she’s been recently been wearing.)

      • Anonymous

        In. I love this and I love it on her!

    • Anonymous

      Ditto this. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, she looks tense. But the print is great and I love her hair!

    • Denise Alcantara

      That’s because she’s thinking, “Damn, T and Lo better love this or else I wouldn’t know what to do.” 

      The print is amazing but I’m calling OUT on the asymmetrical hem and the slit.  Pick one or the other, but not both!

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  • Elizabeth Dang


  • Anonymous

    IN! She does look tense, and tired, but I’ve heard that publicity tours can do that to you.

  • Elizabeth Hunter

    You know, I like it.  I’m not a big print person, but she keeps it simple enough that it works.  Also, I kind of like the weird geometry of the print and the cut of the dress together. IN!

  • Anonymous

    I love the print, but the overall effect is Wilma Flintstone.

    Go ahead, now you can’t un-see it, amirite?


  • Sobaika Mirza

    IN, it’s a great dress and a step up from recent failures. And I covet her hair.

  • Anonymous

    Lowercase In. A wonderful, moody print. But it looks like the dress is wearing her–she needs to command her clothes a bit more. Also, she should have worn her hair up so we could see the collar, which I really like.

    • Sobaika Mirza

      Are we sure her version even has the color? I can’t see it anywhere.

  • MilaXX

    OUT. I like the dress, but it’s not for her. it makes her look awkward and short waisted. I also think the hair should be at least hanging in the back, a loose ponytail would be even better.

  • Anonymous

    A smile would be nice. And she could stand up straight.
    But I like the dress….mostly.

    • Anonymous

      She looks schlumpy in that last post with JT.  Didn’t her daddy tell her to stand up straight?

    • Anonymous

      I agree with annieanne.  Its not an outstanding look and she could help it along, but its okay.

  • Anonymous

    IN. But the print really does carry the look.

  • Anonymous

    IN. It may not be perfect but something about it fits her style really well, and it looks nice.

  • Lauren St Martin

    I’m torn. I like how the print makes her face look A LOT, but her body looks like absolute crap… Gotta go Out on this one. It pains me.

  • Robert Sanchez

    I’ll give her an “in” for the dress, although I don’t like the shoes with it.

  • Anonymous

    I’d love to have a v-neck version for a wedding I have in a couple weeks. If any of the bitter kittens have the hook-up, holla at me. 😉

  • Deb

    I like it better on the model – the neckline and gold collar really make the look and she’s got it totally hidden in hair.  A great dress, but not HER dress. Out.

  • Patty Wetli

    Dress is IN. Hair is OUT.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  Good job removing hideous gold collar from original.

  • CQAussie

    IN.  Just for being better than the last look.  I love the print even if that slit is making me break out in hives, sort of.

  • Anonymous

    I really like it. I wish she’d shown the collar and changed her hair a bit.  

  • Anonymous

    Out. Hideous prints aren’t any better.

  • Barbara Guttman

    I feel it needs a skinny gold belt or something to give her back her waist, but otherwise I love this, right down to the subtle jewelry  I don’t mind the hair but then I hate that gold collar on the model, so anything that detracts from that possibly being there is fine by me.

  • Anonymous

    The color palette of the prints is beautiful, but the dress seems to pull in weird places and I am NOT a fan of that stupid slit. OUT.

  • gillian holroyd

    Love the dress but stand up straight, girl. Shoulders BACK.

  • Anonymous

    As someone downthread said it’s a shame to not see the metallic collar. It added so much. Plus she looks very grumpy. In other news, pls. pls. TLo could you blog last night’s PR travesty?? I feel it will give me closure.

  • Aly Light

    I’ll give you she looks tiny, but not stumpy. I’m just sorry her hair is covering it up so that I can’t see if she’s got the gold collar on her version. I think she looks good, although I wonder if some bolder jewelry might have been better? IN, in any case.

  • Kathleen Gillies

    She doesn’t look too sure about it.  A skinny in for print and because I like her but otherwise she is not working it.  Own it Girl!

  • Anonymous

    The slit is a little stereotypical Asian courtesan and the overall fit is mediocre.  Still, her face and hair are perfection and the print is pretty fabulous.  IN.

  • Gaby Ripoll

    I love it. In. Good choice on the shoe, too, if it’s the shade of eggplant I think I’m seeing – perfectly harkens to the purple in the dress. One minor quibble – where’s the jewelry? I get why they didn’t use the gold collar – it’s a little twee and would have gotten lost in her hair, but some gold chunky jewelry somewhere – I’m thinking big gold dangly earrings – would have really helped make those purples POP. 

  • Anonymous


  • MandyJane

    In, love the print!

  • { edi } ilovetrash

    really, truly, sincerely love the dress. maybe she needs a slightly different lipstick?

  • Grace Ritt

    IN! I definitely like like it. I love the slit. I kind of want that to come back, even though I know it shouldn’t.

  • RL McGruder

    I like it!  IN.

  • Kara Lang Guminski

    Just googled it:  The girl is 5’2″.  She is short, and most stuff makes short gals like us (I’m 5’3.5″ on my best day and LYING) look short.  There’s no way around that.   In.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  I like the dress, like the print.  But everything about her from the neck up is just wrong.  The dress on the model has a striking neckline that you can’t see because of her hair.  If you’re going to wear that kind of dress, put your hair up.  Also, without seeing the neckline, the minimalist jewelry completely fades away.  She might as well not be wearing any.

    Worse, she looks like the crankiest person on earth (and that’s saying something considering K-Stew is currently doing the rounds).  I’m sorry if you’re tired honey — you get paid more money in a month than most of us make in a year to stand and get your picture taken.  Suck it up.

    Wow….I AM the bitter kitten today!

  • Sara Munoz

    I hate that I can’t see the neckline of the dress because of her hair. Why do they do that??

    But the dress is lovely and she looks great. IN!

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  • Anonymous

    IN.  Hair, makeup and her overall coloring go nicely with the gorgeous print.  She looks rather slender and lean to me, here.  The little gold accents are cute.  The shoes, no, but overall she looks killah.

  • Anonymous

    In…but she sure isn’t WERQ-ing it.  The hair, while very pretty hair looks so boring here.  Someone mentioned a loose ponytail, that would have been lovely and shown off her neck, collar or not.  

  • Molly Maguire

    In, but where’s the cold collar — THAT was inspired!

  • Adriana Blair

    IN! I really love the dress and the barely-there jewelry. Doesn’t hurt that she has amazing hair, makeup, and genes.

  • Anonymous

    So IN.  I love it!  She would look fabulous if she didn’t look like she’s about to cut a bitch.

  • WordyDoodles

    IN. It looks to me like she may have removed the horrid collar from the dress, which earns her bonus points for making the dress WERQ for her own look. I think the print, hem and slit all are interesting and artful. The ring is a great choice and the shoes are fine (unlike the white lace up oxfords on the model which are Not Even A Little Bit Fine). So, IN, Amanda Seyfried!

  • Anonymous

    In. It looks terrific. Love that lipstick too. 

  • Erin Nice

    Out, unfortunately. I love the dress, but the styling here makes me sad.

  • Anonymous

    IN. I love the dress and the minimal makeup and jewelry, but if the collar is still there I want to see it so I need that her hair is up or at least back. Also, she really really went with the wrong shoe as a few other people have said. 

  • Mags

    I love the dress, and I do like the black shoes with the dress. And it was good that she didn’t go with anything distracting or flashy for the jewelry, though the bracelet was too small to really be seen. Girlfriend gets an IN.

  • Anonymous

    It’s Friday and I’m feeling generous, In!

  • Megan Patterson

    IN — I don’t think she looks as stumpy as you keep saying she is

  • Anonymous

    Not great, but not bad enough to condemn. So, IN.

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  • Anonymous

    Awkward. She looks miserable.  The dress is great, I’m not sure it was a great choice for her in particular but it’s fine.  Wish she’d pulled back her hair.  IN — but smile next time! 

  • Anonymous

    I’m not crazy about the shape of the dress, but the overall look is acceptable. IN-minus

  • Sara__B

    Good for her for risking an edgy print dress on the red carpet, but risk-taking requires a certain attitude, energy, and style maturity to pull it off. Her hair, facial expression, posture, and even foot placement all say “teenager”, or maybe “self-conscious”. She’s not quite ready for this dress.

  • Anonymous

    man, does she just really hate this movie or something? She looks completely pissed off that she has to be there.

  • Anonymous

    Hmmmm. That pattern is pretty fabulous, but I am not so sure about the fit. The colors really suit her though, so in! 

  • Anonymous

    IN! Love it!

  • Joyce VG

    I like it! IN.

  • Emily Smith

    Insies!  Saying insies makes me want to stare vacantly into the distance while twirling my hair.

  • Mariah J

    The asymmetrical hem isn’t my favorite but overall this is a pretty great dress

  • Julian Betkowski

    Personally, I would have liked a slightly richer tone for the shoes, like an oxblood or chocolate brown, and some jewelry with more impact than that perfectly lovely, but too sedate ring. But the print is gorgeous and the shape is interesting without totally destroying her proportions. In.

  • Anonymous

    her hair adds to the shortening effect… i think it looks like it’s overtaking her, despite being both beautiful and her signature. i think she could radically change her look even with just a style change, nevermind a cut and color. she looks delish in the previews for this movie, with that sleek dark bob.

  • Alexandria N

    I think she looks amazing! what a fabulous dress and she is wearing it well!

  • Allison Woods

    Enh…I hate to bag on the girl since she is definitely trying something, and her legs look great. I’m bothered by the print–in the closeups it looks an awful lot like something Seinfeld’s mom would have worn in Boca. A big camp shirt with a little collar and beeeg shoulder pads. Are you seeing it now?

    I also like the cut of the dress, despite minor fit issues….but all of this together? Sorry Mandy. Out.

  • Anonymous

    Love the dress, but not on her. Her body type, face and coloring just aren’t suited for that high fashion elegance — she has more of a bombshell aesthetic, and she should work that shit instead of trying to become something she’s not.

    • Anonymous

      I was just thinking they should have cast her as Catwoman with Michelle Pfeiffer making an appearance as her mother. It seemes she really backs off those bombshell-ish roles and prefers a more buttoned-up look. I wonder if playing that bombshell superditz in Mean Girls made her back off the bombshell altogether, mistakenly equating it with superditz. 

      • Anonymous

        That would be a damn shame, because she’s so suited for it. She could easily fill the Halle Berry/Angelina Jolie-shaped hole in our hearts.

  • Anonymous

    meh. it looks like a project runway dress. that slit is stupid.


  • Anonymous

    in. But girl needs posing lessons. The way she’s standing makes the shape of the dress look even more awkward. At least that’s how I’m seeing it.

  • Anonymous

    Out. I actually really like it but she herself looks so unbelievably unsure that she’s not selling it. At all.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  It might be an “in” if she wore it with aplomb.

  • Aiste Griciute

    Looks pretty. Le IN.

  • korilian

    IN! And also WERQ!

  • Anonymous

    Agree with Perl. In.

  • Judy S

    IN. But I thought she looked good in the blue dress with cutouts, too. In this thing, I think it’s a difficult dress to pull off and she is doing fine.

  • Anonymous

    In-ish. She looks unsure. If she worked it with more confidence I would say VERY In. 

  • Haley Buchanan

    IN!  I think the dress is interesting.  I wish she’d worn her hair up though because I love that gold collar.

  • Anonymous


    She’s still got that hair all pulled forward surrounding her head…like a lion’s mane.  I hate that look.

    I like the print of the dress and probably would like the dress too, if her hair weren’t in the way.

    Boring shoes.  Nervous demeanor is not selling the look either.

  • nancy

    The print is great, love it. Glad she didn’t wear it with tennis shoes like the model. Can’t stand the little collar. So… In for Amanda, um…. out for the model?  

  • Anonymous

    IN!  She looks so pissed off, though. Is it because she knows a lot of us still see her as Karen from Mean Girls?  “I can put my whole fist in my mouth.  Wanna see?”

  • Anonymous

    No.  This is not her dress.

  • Samuel Joesph Donovan

    T Lo is smoking that judge crack again–that dress is and makes her look FANTASTIC. IN

  • Laurie Cubbison

    In. I have to say that I really loved her hair cut and color in “In Time.”

  • Anonymous

    I really like it. I think she looks sexy without being at all overt. I can’t tell hers has the gold collar, but I hope it does. And she has amazing legs.

  • Nicole Walraven

    In for interesting. Although pulling her hair back would do wonders for making her look taller. its like she has no neck.

  • Emily

    I like it. In.

  • Anonymous

    That hem is stupid & she doesn’t look too pleased herself. Out.

  • Anonymous

    She really is in a pissy mood on this press junket, isn’t she? I’m giving her an In this time because it looks like she might wallop me if I don’t.

  • Anonymous

    It’s an IN from me. I think she looks lovely.

  • Aaminah Khan

    Honestly? Love it. I’m not even a huge fan of hers but she looks great. IN.

  • Anonymous

    In!  These pics make it look like she’s saying “I’m really over this guys, sooo over it.”  I would suggest that it’s the black pumps that save it from patio-wear.

  • Katherine Pisarro-Grant

    The cut of the dress and the gold collar are what make it. WHY IS YOUR HAIR COVERING THE BEST PART? For shame. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    In, but I am so sick of her hair hanging down in front of her like that. What is she? 12?

    The dress is very cool.

    She’s kind of looking Michelle Pfeiffer to me in a few of these shots.

  • Anonymous

    IN. I think she looks gorgeous. It’s an dress with an interesting cut and print, and she wears it well. She is a very short woman, and I don’t think there is anything unattractive about looking short, She doesn’t look dumpy or stumpy.

  • Anonymous

    Out.  I must be looking at a completely different dress than most of you because that’s fug.  The slit and the asymmetrical hem makes it look clumsy, even on the model.  The fit on her is not good, and the colors look so muddy compared to the runway.  Is that just a trick of lighting and/or my monitor? 

  • Anonymous

    The dress in IN for the gorgeous print, but it is all wrong for her. She is too short, although it looks great on the model. OUT. Dress for your body, young lady!!!

  • Anonymous

    IN. Great print. Love her. She does look extra petite though.

  • Anonymous

    Girl needs a new hair color stat she just looks so washed out. Rich colors look gorgeous on her but the hair is making me feel sad.

  • Anonymous


  • margaret meyers

    Out — you can’t be IN when you look uncomfortable and insecure.

  • Anonymous

    Definitely IN… altho she looks small, she doesn’t look stunted.  Pretty cute!

  • Anonymous


    She needed a bracelet on that right arm.   Like a cuff of some sort.  

  • Christine

    I love it! And I think the slit makes her legs look longer… well at least the one leg.

  • Terence Ng

    Hate the print and the dress bothers me a little. But GOD I’m uncomfortable with how much I love her hair. In. Just for the hair.

    (*whispers* you’re awesome, amanda.)

  • Anonymous

    LOVE the runway styling.  The flat shoes look incredible with that dress.  

  • Anonymous

    LOVE. IN.

  • Nicole Merrill

    IN! I love it 😀

  • Anonymous

    Oh definitely IN. I love this. One of my favorite red carpet looks of the year. (Although it looks oddly washed-out compared to the runway look.)

    Love the hair too!

  • Anonymous

    IN.  It’s a very pretty dress, despite the awkward hem (which frankly it would look better without).

  • Anonymous

    IN, pretty dress….. and she did NOT have nude shoes, hurray!

  • Tangier Bates

    I’m going to give her an In.  She wore a very surrealist dress to Spain.  Dali would be happy.

  • Democracy Diva

    Totally in. It’s such a unique dress without being complicated or fussy or over-designed. Normally I like a girl who’s a little more styled, but the minimal styling works with the busy print.

  • Anonymous

    IN  LUV the dress.  The shoes are kind of boring, but at least not those really complicated cage sandals that most of the Hollywood girls wear.

  • Meredith

    I would have to give it an out.  I don’t like the asymmetrical hem and the shape of it is not flattering to her body, though I do love the print.  Also, her hair is covering the collar, which was an integral part of the design.

  • Lauren Field

    The print looks good with her skin-tone and I j’adore her hair like this. Plus I like the black pumps, they do not pull attention away from the dress and are not silly- putty colored. IN

  • Charlotte Horseman

    Still reading!  She looks Ok but not totally comfortable.  Can’t say she’s rockin’ it…so OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I kinda like the dress and I like the print. Don’t like all the hair gathered around her neck. I’m giving her an IN.

  • Laura Schultz

    IN. Love the print. Not wild about asymmetrical skirts but I like this on her. 

  • Amye

    Looks better on the model, and her hair is wrong for this outfit, with the interesting neckline.

    BUT!  It’s better than almost everything else she’s been wearing on the carpet lately, so I’ll give her a little In-nudge.

  • Anonymous

    Great dress, just not the dress for her. Perhaps if she had styled her hair different and different accessories it might be an in. But as it is it is an Out

  • Robin D. Layton

    In.  I love that dress and she needs some encouragement.  It isn’t a WERQ but she has had a lot of worse looks and this isn’t all bad.  JMO.  YMMV.

  • Megan

    In. Has her hair always been so pretty?

  • Anonymous

    OUT – put up your hair and show off that awesome peter pan gold collar. what a missed opportunity.

  • Marissa

    She’s giving serious Bitch Face and not in a good way.

  • Anonymous

    In! That dress is gorgeous! And she didn’t make the mistake of wearing that hideous gold collar that was worn with it on the runway.

  • MandyM

    You always say that the starlets should be going a little crazy. She’s a little older than some of the starlets but this is only a little crazy. It’s not as flattering as it could be but it’s interesting and it’s scores better than the crap she’s put on recently. I say IN.

  • Sorana Tarmu

    Like-like here! No complaints! INNNN!

  • Anonymous

    “FINE!  I’l look fabulous.  But I won’t be happy about it.”

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  • Anonymous

    IN. Luvsit

  • Hannah Penfield

    It gets an IN from me. I love that dress. I wish her hair was more pulled back and I wish she would smile in some of her friggin’ photos! I get it, your movie’s not doing great at the box office, it’s not doing great with critics, but hey — remember Mamma Mia? It’s been worse. So smile. Especially since you’re IN.

  • Anonymous


    I’ll give it an IN…but only if she stands up straight for GOD’s sake

  • JillK

    Beautiful pattern. HATE the neckline (plus, she’s got it covered up with all that hair!). She’s cute, though. She gets a pass from me on this – IN, but barely.

  • Rachel Lee

    I don’t actually think she’s making herself look all that short here. It could just be that she IS really short. I like the print, hate how she always covers up her shoulders with her hair, and thinks she needs a big gold cuff to go with the outfit. And are those purple shoes? If they are, they’re perfect for the dress! I like the look overall, so In. 

  • Anonymous

    Out And she looks more and more like Rebecca Gayheart every day AND she needs the permanent smug removed from her face.

  • Anonymous

    IN for major improvement.

  • Anonymous

    IN. I love this dress. Wish she had slightly bolder lips, though.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    I hate it. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    Love it. In

  • Anonymous

    IN.IN.IN. Such a modern, amazing print. I’d love to see what the actual yardage looks like. I can almost imagine it being stretched and framed.
    Amanda looks a bit uncertain of herself, but kudos for *being brave*  ^;^

  • Anonymous

    IN.  I like it!  But why does she look like she wants everyone to f**k off and die?

  • Anonymous

    IN. Great print. I wish she’d done something more interesting with the shoes and she covers up one of the more interesting elements of the dress with all that hair…but, all in all, a nice look.

  • Paige Boerman

    She took a risk, and it’s inoffensive. IN.

  • Anonymous

    IN! I like it and she’s so cute and I love her hair and I really do like that print a lot.

  • rebecca

    In. But she looks really angry.

  • Anonymous

    IN — she lives!  

    I understand your feelings, though.  I enjoy the dress’ company and all, but it’s not like I want to slow dance with it at the middle school homecoming.

    I’m sorry, but I just had to go somewhere with that “like-like” comment.

  • Anonymous

    The dress is in. The poor posture and the I-don’t-want-to-be-here-and-would-rather-be-running-from-a-pack-of-rabid-dogs smile, however, are out.

  • Anonymous

    In but I liked the blue dress with the cutout better.  

  • Anonymous

    I’m giving her, or rather her stylist, an out.  I like the print but, as I said in a previous post, it is NOVEMBER and it would have been more interesting if she were wearing some fabulous wool dress with something real wild like sleeves.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a nice enough dress, but the bitch face has got to go.  Even if you’re not feeling it Amanda, you’re an actress; try to fake it.

  • Anonymous

    I give it a very unenthusiastic IN.  Too bad her hair is covering up the dress’s defining element, that crazy collar.  And I rather like the shoes, even if they are “just black heels”.  If there’s one thing reading TLo has taught me, it’s that runway styling and celebrity styling are two different things, even when the same clothing is involved.  So while I get it that the model is wearing what look to be glorified golf shoes with this dress, I vastly prefer the “just black heels” for the photo call.

    And Amanda, remember this during your next publicity tour (to be sung to the tune of, “Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man of Mine”):

    Maybe I’m tired and over exposed
    If I don’t smile, though, I know I’ll be hosed
    Cheer up!  Remember, they’re borrowed clothes.

    • BuffaloBarbara

      Weirdly, I’m mostly glad it’s covering the collar, which I thought looked bad on the dress and looks much better covered up by long blond hair!

  • Erin Leahy

    In!!! LOVE the print and the dress! just wish she wasn’t covering the awesome collar with her hair

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks great but…I kind of hate the shape of the dress. I guess it’s sort of an IN!

  • Anonymous

    I like the print but really wish she had worn her hair up. It’s the collar that makes me like this dress. In.

  • nicole seligman

    perfectly IN. there’s nothing wrong with this look. i would have maybe given her a ponytail or moved her hair off the neckline at least.

  • Anonymous

    I’m going with IN, for the print and colors. Not crazy about the hem, but that’s relatively minor.

  • Christopher

    In,  too bad she’s got the collar all covered up with her hair.

  • vmcdanie

    In. I love the risk and the print. Also, her hair is gorgeous. On the downside, really not crazy about he asymmetrical hem. 

  • hilonwheels

    LOL, yup still reading!  She’s in-gotta love me a unique print, thus lives to see another day. : )

  • RMJ12345

    I think she looks great. Jealous of her hair. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Good for her! Very IN!

  • Gina Knox Rook

    IN, but I wish very much that she would get her hair out of the way so we could see the collar.

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  • JaneM

    In. I think it looks even better on her than the model.  That’s an In in itself.

  • Dara Fargotstein

    In. She’s definitely look better, but this still good. Her hair looks pretty great though.

  • Fifi LaRoux

    I say she’s in. I think she looks great. I love her hair.

  • Tadiana Walton Jones

    It looks like she took off the gold collar, which actually is a move that I applaud, but that mass of hair makes it impossible to tell for certain.  Love the print but not a fan of the cut of the dress.  Lower-case in.

  • Anonymous

    I think the print itself is ugly, and very drab.. Also, her makeup is making her look really tired, along with the expression of “I don’t really want to be here.” I hate to say it because I love her, but she’s OUT. 

  • Anonymous

    I want that ring.

  • Anonymous

    IN, Beautiful dress. I don’t understand your “bad proportions” critiques. She looks great.

  • Catherine Rhodes


  • Merneith

    Out, just because she looks so miserable. I hate when people tell women to smile because they’re too pretty to frown, so it’s not that. But confidence is part of what makes a look – contrast this with Blake Lively the other day, in a hideous dress but so confident and happy that she looked amazing. Seyfried is a beautiful woman wearing an interesting dress – but she’s not selling that look in the least.

  • Liana Brooks

    IN! Love the dress, love her… the hair up would be a nice touch but after everything else she’s worn this is fabulous!

  • Anonymous

    IN! I quite like this. It’s clearly a hard dress to pull off, but she looks great. Not perfect. But still, good enough. And I’m not really seeing as much of a proportion problem as you guys are. I think it suits her. And I’m liking the print, quite interesting. 

  • Anonymous

    IN. And her hair covers up the horrid collar.  Glad she didn’t stick with sneakers.

  • Anonymous

    I would say she’s more of an IN! Great styling, for one. Print is great, the hem is a little weird but she still looks good in it.

  • Anonymous

    this bitter kitten says IN!

  • Anonymous

    Who was it that said, ‘You’re never fully dressed without a smile?’ Well, they were right. She looks like she is being tortured to wear a cute dress and cute accessories. She should be a solid in, but the body language, head to toe, is killing it. It’s a press tour, not a war tour– suck it up and look happy already. 

    • Anonymous

      What you said, exactly. I’ll give her an IN but wish she’d give up the sourpuss expressions.

      • AWStevens

        The 3rd one down she’s got a shit-eating-grin… I think she KNOWS she’s gotta do this brain-demeaning crap in order to sell her film and she’s a wee bit fed up.  On the other hand, she’s young, gorgeous, successful and RICH.  She should lighten the fuck up…

  • Anonymous

    In. Love the print. A big bracelet like a cuff would have looked better with it. Needs some jewelry .

  • Ass Kicking Adviser

    Love it. Love!

  • Anonymous

    IN, I love it!

  • Anonymous

    IN. that’s a cool dress. I’d like to make sure she didn’t diddle around with the gold collar, but can’t see it under the hair.

  • Natasha Fairweather


  • BuffaloBarbara

    Not awesome, but in.  Better shoes than the designer put on the poor model.  What was with the orthopedic shoes?  Was it some kind of awareness week?

    ETA: Reading the comments, I’m surprised how many people like that collar. I thought it was kind of hideous, and if that dress had been lent to me, I’d be wearing my hair as far over it as I could as well.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    She gets an IN for an interesting dress and gorgeous hair and make up. She could’ve punched up the outfit a bit more with some statement shoes (either deep red or teal would’ve picked up the color in the print without being too matchy) and a statement bracelet (the one she’s wearing is pretty, but a bit boring for this dress) This is definitely a step in the right direction after that horrible, blue short suit she wore earlier this week. Ugh, it even pains me to write the words “short suit”.

  • Diana Martinez

      I say she’s out.  The dress doesn’t really fit (or is she just standing funny?) and the shoes are awful. 

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    In. She’s not glowing or anything, but it’s sophisticated for a day dress and she looks good.

  • Helen C

    Though I wistfully hope she would gain some weight and go back to look all dolly-adorable as she did in “Mean Girls”.  

  • ASH

    In.  I think the proportion problem (if there is one, i am not so sure) is because the print is darker in the middle, which is normally flattering, but against that dark backdrop makes her waist kind of get lost.  Put her up against a white back drop and I bet her shape looks totally different.

  • Brendan Foehr


  • Anonymous

    IN. I’m with others who said removing the gold collar was the way to go. Could’ve gone for some bolder accessories, though…like an interesting bangle or snazzier shoes.

  • Emily

    In.  Pretty.  Wish she had played up the purple more…

  • Warmheartedgirl Seattle

    I like it.  In.

  • Anonymous

    In! I say she gets to live! And I like the shape on her. Her legs look a mile long!

  • Noelle Haland

    In!  I think she looks gorgeous.

  • Elena


  • Anonymous

    In. It’s a daring dress–she took a risk, and I like it.

  • Patricia Biswanger

    OUT.  Ick.

  • Anonymous

    I agree that I wish she’d kept the collar and worn her hair off her chest. But the print is fab, and the shoes aren’t silly putty OR Minnie Mouse status. IN.

  • Nancy SM Waldman

    Love. IN.

  • AWStevens

    I fucking LOVE it!  She’s like… Malibu Barbie but fer reals man!  IN she LIVES!

  • amanda lynn

    darling, please PLEASE SMILE.  beyond that, in.

  • Samantha Irene

    In for the risk – and I think what’s making her look stumpy are her boobs. They aren’t small, and she keeps them too covered – making it hard to delineiate where the toros shape is. She either needs to work on some more waist definition (belts, color blocking, peplums, etc) or wear lower necklines, and sometimes pull some of the hair off of her tits, and stand up straighter…

  • Bibiana Beardsley

    In, but I think she needs bolder jewelry. That little gold bracelet is lost.

  • Anonymous

    IN! Bold and beautiful! I can even ignore the boring shoe!

  • ecallaw

    I think the collar was the only interesting part, and she took that out.  Other than that, I think it’s just plain ugly.  OUT.

  • Badriya Al-Badi’a

    It could have been an in, but the styling drags the look down, especially her hair.  I can’t even tell if she kept the gold collar on the dress or not, though if it if were removed, that would be another mistake.

  • Anonymous

    Def “in”. I am inclined to think they took the collar off…I think we should be able to see the metallic through her hair and the last pic I think I can see some green/blue peeking through at the neck. Wish she would have swooshed her hair off her collar!

  • Danielle West

    In.  But I wish she would have worn her hair up so that you could see the top of the dress.  And she needs more exciting makeup.

  • Anonymous


  • Wrenaria

    In. That dress is gorgeous. Adore the print. Hair pulled up might help though.

  • Anonymous

    I kind of love this. I think the dress and the print look much better on her curvier body with pretty hair than on the praying mantis walking the runway in it.

  • oohsparkley!


  • katie

    I love the print, her hair and makeup look great. Could’ve gone a different way with the shoes but I guess with a busy print, plain is okay. IN.