In or Out: Emmy Rossum in Anna Sui

Posted on February 07, 2012

You guys, Emmy looks cute here.

Emmy Rossum attends Lucky magazine cover party in Anna Sui.

Anna Sui Spring 2012 Collection/ Model: Mirte Maas

But does she look cute ENOUGH?

No, wait. That’s a terrible way to phrase that. It’s not like there’s a cuteness quotient that needs to be fulfilled before she’s allowed out of the house. Our point, which we would be able to make much more effectively with about a quart more coffee inside us, is that she’s wearing a super-cute dress, but we’re not entirely sold on the detailing.

We think one thing she got absolutely right was the removal of the belt. Even on the model, we could see the potential for this dress to go a little frumpy. Without the belt, it looks sleek and flattering. But that clutch is so basic it looks like she made the choice 30 seconds before she dashed out the door. And those shoes? A full year of silly putty pumps and now we’re starting in on the silly putty SANDALS?! And we’re just gonna ask: Did someone steal ALL the jewelry in Hollywood and New York? Is this being covered up somehow? Because we will NOT HAVE IT.

So help us, as God is our witness, we are going to get ourselves a rich sugar daddy, who will buy us a state-of-the-art crime-solving van, which we will use to drive around the country to various red carpet events and public appearances, so that when we see someone wearing something that offends us (which, let’s face it, happens every 15 minutes or so), we can leap out of the van, spray them down with foam, shout, “LET THAT BE A LESSON TO YOU. JUSTICE WAITS FOR NO MAN – AND WILL NOT ABIDE POOR ACCESSORIZING!” jump in the van, and drive off to the next miscarriage of fashion justice.

We have dreams.


Vote Now!


IN! Picky, picky bitches. She looks cute!

OUT! Secretary for a candy mogul.


The kittens adored Rooney Mara’s bright green getup and voted it IN. They felt a bit less euphoric about Ashley Green’s little purple dress, but still voted that one IN as well.


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  • Anplica Fiore

    In!  Although she has a lot of red going on here…

  • Allyson Wells

    IN – It’s all a little matchy, and clearly she could have picked better shoes, but she looks cute.

    • Anonymous

       This exactly. IN.

    • Anonymous

      Agree.  IN.  Except those bandaids criss-crossing on her ankles.

  • e l i z a b e t h 。

    For me, it’s an obvious IN.

  • Aaminah Khan

    Awww, she looks cute. Wish she’d chosen a different clutch, and I knew y’all would hate the shoes the moment I saw them, but she doesn’t look bad. IN.

  • R. L.

    Her hair is good but nothing special.  I don’t like the matchiness of her lipstick, tote and fingernails.  I totally agree on the sandals too.  I like the dress okay but it isn’t great.  I’d have to say any girl on the street could come up with this look.  The standards we apply to celebrities are higher with their unlimited resources and designers begging them to accept clothes.  I am going to have to say OUT.

  • Brian @ PWYJudges

    I kind of wish she wore the matching socks from the runway show. But, socks or no socks, she looks awesome. IN!

  • Anonymous

    Cute but too matchy matchy.

  • Anonymous

    Lower case in…the purse and Easter sandals keep it from being IN.  

    And all I think of with the van is…”I would have gotten away with it, if it hadn’t been for your meddling accesories!”

  • Lexie

    The accessories are uninspired, but hair/makeup and dress make up for it. In!

  • Anonymous

    I do love the dress, but matching bag, matching lipstick, matching nail polish…oy! It’s a wonder she didn’t go with matching shoes, too, although I can’t imagine she chould have chosen a more hideous pair than those. They look a little geriatric, did she get them at the local senior living facility’s yearly garage sale?  

    Anyway, I’m giving her an out.

  • Anonymous

    Bad shoes, bad purse choice and a need for a dark eye/light lip. OUT.

  • Lisa Weaver

    A tepid in – those shoes are killing me

  • Anonymous


    The dress looks bland with no jewelry and I hate the shoes and bag. 

  • Anonymous

    I really really hate those shoes. Like, so much so that I’m voting this OUT.

  • Anonymous

    I ♥ that dress, too bad about the footwear, but it is an IN for me.

  • Anonymous

    Oh GOD, I love you guys. If I weren’t broke, I would fund your guerrilla warfare against boring style myself. 
    (Oh, and In… with reservations.)

  • Anonymous

    I kind of LOVE all the red. Icky shoes, but it’s an IN for me.

  • Anonymous

    I HATE the shoes and the lipstick is killing me, but I’ll give this look a reluctant IN. And I love you, guys. Please don’t change.

  • Anonymous

    I think it’s a super cute February look that is guaranteed to get into all the gossip mags’ Valentine’s week fashion pages, so well played there!  I like it except for maybe the shoes, black would have been better.

  • Anonymous

    looks cute enough, but the lipstick is giving her clown mouth….

  • Anonymous

    “So help us, as God is our witness, we are going to get ourselves a rich sugar daddy, who will buy us a state-of-the-art crime-solving van, which we will use to drive around the country to various red carpet events and public appearances, so that when we see someone wearing something that offends us (which, let’s face it, happens every 15 minutes or so), we can leap out of the van, spray them down with foam, shout, “LET THAT BE A LESSON TO YOU. JUSTICE WAITS FOR NO MAN – AND WILL NOT ABIDE POOR ACCESSORIZING!” jump in the van, and drive off to the next miscarriage of fashion justice.
    We have dreams.”
    Good god, I would watch that reality TV show in a heartbeat. 
    Emmy’s IN. The shoes are ugly, but also easily ignored, since they’re nearly invisible.

    • Anonymous

       It’s like a kinder, gentler, gayer “Dog the Bounty Hunter.”

  • Anonymous

    In. That is definitely a dress that can only be worn once though. Not that its a problem for starlets who do that anyway, but for the rest of us. Not that we could afford it..

  • Jessica O’Connell

    OUT. Unoriginal accessorizing and – I’m sorry – It’s a little too “Let’s dress for Valentine’s Day!” for me. Kind of makes me sick to my stomach. If the pattern was anything but hearts, I’d love it. But little hearts everywhere exactly one week from Valentine’s. Ew, no.

    • Anonymous

      I’m not one for theme dressing myself, but I can’t help but think this dress is great. I can see what you’re saying, though, and maybe polka dots instead of hearts would be less cutesy and just better all around.

  • Anna Daugherty

    In. What a cute dress!

  • Anonymous

    I really like the dress on her, but the accessories are lacking. 

    Hair/Makeup/Accessories are as important as the dress and I might start calling everyone “out” if they don’t step it up soon. I think I’ve just talked myself out of an “in”.


  • Geno Boggiatto

    Is “meh” an option?

  • Anonymous

    I really like the dress – with or without the belt – so even though she’s lacking in some areas (INVISIBLE SHOES AGAIN!!!, I’ll give her an In. But why does this young woman get photographed? Is she doing anything?

    • Anonymous

      She is on a pretty successful show with William H. Macy right now titled “Shameless”. So I am thinking that counts.

      • Anonymous

        Never heard of it. These days, I do my TV-watching mainly “through” TLo which I find more interesting. Until Mad Men arrives, I’m down to Downton or nothing!

  • Daniel Hoerner

    In (if a little basic).

    Also, I would totally watch that TV show.

  • butter nut

    IN.  i really like the dress on her, but these accessories (or lack hereof) are a little pathetic.

  • Susan Crawford

    I hereby offer to be your Red Carpet Crime Van driver! How great would it be to swoop down and prevent some of the disasters and insanity, to glam up those in need?

    Emmy gets an IN, despite that intense, glaring lipstick. The decision to lose the belt was excellent, and the dress is VERY flattering on her. And such a nice Valentiney print – adorable without being twee. (Are you listening, Michelle Williams?)

    • accidental housewife

      “Susan Crawford – Wheel Woman for All Your Fashion Crime-fighting Needs”

  • Anonymous

    I think she looks cute. But I think it would look better with a belt, not necessarily the model’s belt, but some sort of belt. And the shoes are dumb. A feeble IN.

  • Anonymous

    I love the cascaded print, but we’re close enough to Valentine’s Day for this be a bit Miss Frizzle.  Agreed on the shoes.

  • Sarah Winningham

    Love the matching lips and nails, In!

  • Nicole Chubb

    Didn’t you guys cover the fact that Vanessa Hudgens made a jewelry heist yesterday? That explains it.

  • Anonymous

    IN! Picky, picky bitches. She looks cute!


    What looks to be some tailoring done in the bodice from how it was worn on the model took it up a level, making it much more chic vs. a cute valentine-themed dress.

  • Nora Halcyonov Lynnenko Naught

    in.  The hearts on the dress are kind of weird to me, though.  It seems like a Valentine’s Day-themed outfit because of them.  BUT if they were some sort of different shape, she wore some pearls, and had a more interesting clutch (and get RID of those shoes!), I would buy this in a heartbeat.  No pun intended.

  • Ass Kicking Adviser

    I’m voting her out for the look on her face. Ok, forget it. She’s IN but really? Does she have to look so put upon? That lipstick  that matches her toes that match her dress that match her purse that swallowed the cat to catch the spider….whatever! She’s IN but she’s not WERQing. Can we vote someone out for lack of ambition?

  • Anonymous

    Okay, now I have to play the lottery so I can be your sugar mama and make your accessory fighting dream come true!

    I’ll give her an In. I wish the clutch were not so matchy. Turquoise would be a great color, or a metallic if she wanted to keep it neutral.

    The nude sandals look like she injured herself and has ace bandages on her feet.

    But still, the dress is so cute and so cute on her that I’ll still vote in.

    P.S. Doing the anti-Prop. 8 happy dance here in California. Federal appeals court ruled Prop. 8 a civil rights violations for gays and lesbians! Woot!

  • linda

    the dress is IN but the accessorizing is OUT.  some purple shoes and at least a bracelet would have made it so much better.

  • Christine Marie

    Silly bitches, she looks cute. In. 

  • Nancer

    Out. Because although the dress is really cute on her, let’s face it; she’s not holding up her end of the deal. As a celebrity of any caliber, looking fabulous on the red carpet is her job. Going out looking so basic, without accessories and wearing silly putty sandals is poor performance, and will be reflected on her performance review! Not to mention the fact that she bought the exact same shade of lipstick (or something darn close) as the model when it really doesn’t work for her!

  • Anonymous

    In. Clutch sucks, needs jewelry, but In.

  • Wrenaria

    Details might be boring, but she still looks pretty darn cute. In.

  • Anonymous

    You’re totally right about the detailing, but I’d still say it’s cute enough to be IN.

  • Susan Bullard Mayer

    IN!  Super cute!

  • Cassie

    IN. She looks adorable, full stop.

  • Anonymous

    In. I don’t mind the shoes at all, I’d only change the clutch and add jewelry.

  • Kelsey Albrecht

    Totally IN.

  • Sara Munoz


    But I think you should take that van and fill it with accessories and makeup and be the Scooby Gang of stylists.

  • Anonymous

    IN! I would usually be repelled by a dress covered in hearts, but she is making this one work. If she’d gone with jewelry, it would have made the look too precious…there’s an easy, breezy thing she’s rocking and rocking it well. Taking it over the top to edgy, like the model, is another avenue, but for this event, the low-key approach works.

  • Briarnoir

    Man those shoes are ugly. IN for the rest of the cute. Burn the shoes, sweetie.

  • Anonymous

    those are some seriously ugly shoes, but I can overlook them as they sort of blend in to her skin tone.  I’ll pretend she’s barefoot and say IN.

  • Anonymous

    In, cute and fun.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    I want to be a sidekick in your fashion crime fighting team, and if possible, I would like to be in charge of the foam cannon.

    She looks adorable here. A bit matchy-matchy with the nail polish, lipstick, and clutch but she still looks very cute. No foam cannon for her, maybe just a warning shot in the direction of her shoes.

  • Anonymous

    Love everything above the ankles, and I usually don’t much cotton to the removal of a belt, but it works here. IN. Matchy is not always bad.

  • Anonymous

    Definitely hate the shoes and it’s begging for some jewelry, but I disagree a little on the belt — I like the belt on the model. But maybe I wouldn’t like it on Emmy.

    Soooo … mostly in?

    • Sara Munoz

      I think it works on the model because it gives her shape. Emmy HAS shape, so she doesn’t need it.

  • Anonymous

    I want to vote this out for the total lack of jewelry and the incredibly upsetting shoes, but I can’t. This is still in because she looks adorable.

  • Anonymous

    I wish she was wearing the socks. That’s my favorite part of the runway look.

    • Anonymous

      Me too.

    • Anonymous

      Mine, too! The socks are adorbs! This look also has a slight Betsey Johnson vibe.

  •!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

    This would be a total in, if not for the lipstick & shoes – which are too much and not enough, respectively.  Your dream can’t meet reality soon enough – i would totally fund a kickstarter project based on that premise!

  • Susana Reyes

    LOL. Hope you guys get your van. That would be amazing.

    I vote IN!

  • J Dreesen

    i thoroughly expected your van would be lined with belts and jewels, so you could pull up, leap out, spray with foam, then towel off the offenders while tossing some bangles and proper footwear their way before driving off to the next red carpet down the street.  like a motorized Accessories Wall (patent pending, Piperlime…back off…i’m looking at you, too, Bluefly)!

  • Anonymous

    after watching shameless, every time i look at her in harsh makeup i get freaked out– she looks so much better with less!

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    The shoes are hideous, but at least she didn’t accessorize like the runway look (socks and sandals?  Really?). That dress needs to come live in my closet right now.   Emmy is as always, acceptable but uninspired.  In.

  • Stephen Bornstein

    Definately IN…she didnt wear the matching socks.

  • Anonymous

    IN, but just barely with those shoes.

  • Amanda

    I don’t hate the silly putty pumps with this particular dress. IN

  • Taija HU!

    I love this dress. If I wish hard enough, will it magically appear in my closet? 

  • Heather

    IN. Cute!!!

  • Anonymous

    You’re right about the detailing, but at first glance overall — total IN.

  • Brad and Anne White

    adorbs. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Why are her dress, lipstick, and clutch all the same color?

    Oh I can’t be that mad. She still looks great. IN.

    • Anonymous

      and fingernails.

  • Anonymous

    IN!  But I want to burn her shoes.

  • Ally Monge

    IN… sorry T & Lo, I usually defer to your all-knowing ways, but I think she looks awesome her. But i must say I died with “JUSTICE WAITS FOR NO MAN – AND WILL NOT ABIDE POOR ACCESSORIZING!”… you guys are the best.

  • Elena

    The heart dress may be too on the nose considering it’s almost Valentine’s Day, but I think she looks good. Plus, I love her on Shameless, so I’m biased towards this girl.

  • Laura Schultz

    IN, even though I hate the shoes

  • Anna Tree

    Needs a belt. still an IN

  • Anonymous

    Please get some photos of the van when you get it on the street. I LOVE IT!
    Oh, and she’s IN (even if you’re right about the accessories).

    • Anonymous

       What ChaquitaPhilly said!

  • Emily

    In…but she is a little too matchy with the polish and everything.  Love the dress though.

  • Anonymous

    In, the shoes notwithstanding.

  • Anonymous

    IN just for the dress. And the fact that her hair is combed.

  • Stella Zawistowski

    She looks adorable! IN.

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    OUT – secretary for a candy mogul indeed to wear on Valentine’s Day. Cute dress but she ruined it with her accessories.

  • Anonymous

    It’s a borderline OUT for me. It would have been an ‘in’ if not for the clown-makeup mouth.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t even mind the shoes that much but the lipstick and clutch are too much red. Still, the dress is cute. I usually wouldn’t like a dress covered in hearts but for some reason it’s adorable. In. 

  • accidental housewife

    I ignore the hell out of Valentine’s Day, so I didn’t see the connection. Still, this is a great dress, and she looks great in it. Some contrasting color in the accessories would be nice, but I’m OK with the matchiness of it all. The color of those shoes is killing me, and not in any kind of a good way. But she gets an IN. She’s too adorable for anything else.

  • Anonymous

    I’m voting OUT. Love the dress but everything else is kind of blah.

  • Andrea Lane

    Poor choice of accessories, but still cute as a button. In.

  • Anonymous

    In, looks cute. I think jewelry would have cluttered up the look, it’s a pretty busy dress already. I DO love the thought of you driving around in the van. You could get some ninja chains and trip offending starlett’s.

  • marilyn

    In. If you say she did not have to go formal to this event, I believe you.  I usually expect evening wear for Red Carpet events.  However, this looks great on her, even better than on the runway model.  I noticed that her dress was fitted at the waist, when the runway model’s was loose, adding to the frumpy look.  I thought this was well accessorized, in that the accessories did not compete with the dress for attention.  Did you see the sock and shoe combo on the runway model?  That is something a 4 year old would choose.  

  • blue

    IN. Adorable and sexy. I’d tone down the lipstick though.

  • Anonymous

    She looks cute, so IN. However, I agree completely about extremely poor accessorizing. A blue bag and white shoes would have done much to perk things up. 

  • Anonymous

    Out. A dress like that needs to be styled with a huge dollop of whimsy, not like a catalogue model for Ann Taylor.

  • Cathy S

    I don’t like the shoes or the lipstick, but I do like the clutch. The dress is great and her instincts about getting rid of the belt were spot on. I think on the whole she looks really cute so I give her an In.

  • Joyce VG

    IN!  I wonder if the lack of jewelry is because managers want their clients to look they care about the state of our economy.  Actors these days are so hyper aware of how they come across to us “normal” folks.  Just a thought.  

  • Anonymous

    IN.  She looks cute, much better than the model.  Though maybe that’s because the model is for some reason wearing red and white socks with high heeled sandals.  

  • Anonymous

    It’s cute enough for an IN but I agree with everything you’ve said.

  • Greg Yoder

    IN.  She looks great.  That’s a very high-impact print, and she has high-impact lips.  She doesn’t need a lot of accessories here.

  • Anonymous

    In.  But those shoes are wrong.  Even if I get over the nude color, they just do not go with the dress.

  • Anonymous

    OMG, it’s so funny that you talk about dreams.  I dreamed last night that I married George Clooney and hired the two of you to be my stylists.  You lived in my guest house.  I’ve been giggling about it all day.

  • Anonymous

    OUT, because I find this painfully cutesy, and what’s not cutesy about it is boring. When you’re on your van tour of justice, can you also burn all the heart prints you come across? Thanks.

  • Robert Sanchez

    She looks cute. The fabric is busy enough that jewelry might have messed up the effect. And though the nude shoe look is over-used, at least the style of the sandal works with the dress. In.

  • Anonymous

    In. As for your dream, I want to drive the van, okay? Please?

  • Judy_J

    I give it an IN because that is a really cute dress, and she was right to 86 the belt.  I’ll forgive the shoes and clutch.

  • Warmheartedgirl Seattle

    I hate those shoes.  Agree about the lack of jewelry – WTH, no earrings?  I would not have painted my finger AND toe nails the same color as the dress.  Still, she looks cute.  IN.

  • Anonymous


  • Onika K Morris-Alleyne

    she’s my irrational celebrity hate. she just seems like such a pill in real life. and the smug smile with the red lipstick…ugh. OUT

  • demondoll

    In! (except for the shoes- I just want something… more there)

  • Anonymous

    In — she looks great! (who is she, anyway?)

  • Michelle Argento

    Another in. This is cute and sophisticated. How can I get one delivered to my office? 

  • Anonymous

    She looks damn cute! 

  • Anonymous

    IN. Silly Putty sandal are less egregious than pumps, if only because they have less Silly Putty-colored material to them.

  • Anonymous

    Secretary with shoes from Penney’s.  OUT.

  • Mathilde

    Say NO to beige sandals, just as pathetic but unfortunately more eye-catching. Otherwise, it’s pretty ordinary but cute. Dress is really nice and so is the hair in my opinion. Like all this buttons and the hearts getting bigger and bigger, but it’s not a woah ! either. Still IN :)

  • MinAgain

    I like the clutch.  The shoes, OTOH, are awful.

  • foodycatAlicia

    IN – thank the lord she isn’t wearing the ankle socks.

  • Anonymous

    IN. Love the look, except for the sandals.

  • Dorothy & Michael n/a

    In. And thank the heavens she had the sense not to wear socks with sandals, like some old retiree on the beach in Palm Springs.

  • Delysia LaFosse

    She’s definitely IN, but I really wish the clutch had been a different color. I won’t even comment about the shoes.

  • Anonymous

    The in is weak, but in it is.

    Yucky shoes – which I’d probably have liked in a color that contrasted with her skin tone – and I’m not sold on that lipstick, but the dress is cute, indeed.

  • Anonymous

    Aw hell, ’tis the season for copious amounts of matching red.  If there’s ever a time of the year, it’s now.  And that’s a super cute dress.  However, I’d rather pretend she showed up barefoot than acknowledge those hideous things that have twined themselves around her ankles.  Those are quite possibly the ugliest shoes I’ve seen on the RC so far this year.  Still, she gets an IN from me.

  • Anonymous

    I LOVE the idea of you as Fashion Superheros driving around in your Mystery Machine van putting Fashion crimes to right! :)

  • Aplomb Pomilio

    Oh I love it. IN.

  • Anonymous

    Really cute dress and it looks great on her.  Not thrilled with the matchy lips/nails/clutch and shoes are eh, but it’s still an In.

  • P M

    In. Although, to qualify, not a fabulous in. To paraphrase a deliciously bitchy comment from Moira Shearer in the Red Shoes dvd commentary, it is perfectly adequate. But not fabulous.  

    • Anonymous

      Perfectly adequate, but not fabulous.  Well said!

      Great dress, meh clutch, overly matchy lipstick, and…sigh…fucking godawful shoes for God’s sake!  When will this plague END????

      Very lower-case in.

  • Anonymous

    My BGF (best gay friend) and I came up with the idea for a reality show based on the concept that we would travel around and seek out the fashionably needy.  And upon sighting of a bad outfit, hair, accessorizing, etc. we would ambush the offending person with a big taped X, like a live action fashion don’t.  To make amends we would offer kind words of wisdom and help how to avoid repeat offenses.  Needless to say it was only an idea.  Not necessarily a good one.   

  • Anonymous


  • Jennifer Wattley

    In. Adorbs.

  • Anonymous


    Good dress but there is too much wrong with this to give her a pass.  The hearts are cutesy…sicky sweet. Mostly, I hate that shade of lipstick! That, matching with the dress, nail polish and bag is too too too too much of that color in 1 look! The sandals…ugh, no.

  • Sara__B

    If she were a secretary for a candy mogul, she’d be in, but she’s not. She’s a celebrity going to a party. The styling (or lack thereof) makes this an OUT for me. She needs to do more than throw on a cute dress and some lipstick.

  • Anonymous

    I loved that she ditched the belt and ankle socks, so she gets a lower case in.

    I’ll be up all night wondering what kind of Scooby Snacks you will throw to the well dressed fashionistas. How about cute little gummy shoes in any color other than silly putty?

  • Anonymous

    In, cute for Valentine’s Day despite the hideous Ace bandage sandals. Maybe she sprained her ankles?

    Couldn’t you just pull them into your van, which will be amply stocked with Harry Winston and Van Cleef & Arpels, take a spin around the block, and spit them back out on the red carpet better accessorized. I sense a reality show in this.

  • Anonymous

    In!!! So cute.

  • Anonymous

    Too matchy matchy with the big fake wax lips. OUT. A cute dress will only take you so far.

  • Anonymous

    I actually thought it needed some sort of belt- maybe not a red one, but something. Maybe I’m alone on that, though . . . 

  • Anonymous

    In – and at least the sandals aren’t as bad as the sandalsockcrap the model sported on the runway.  

  • MilaXX

    IN, this is a cute outfit and the silly putty sandals makes sense here. I don’t even mind the lack of jewelry, at the most she doesn’t need much more than a nice stud anyway.

    • Anonymous

      A lot of us could use a nice stud…

      • MilaXX

         you said it sister!

  • Anonymous

    She’s in, that dress is adorable.

  • Sorana Tarmu

    Belt-no belt, the outfit looks frumpier on her. OUT.

  • Anonymous

    She looks really cute. As for the general lack of jewelry among starlets this year–I suspect it’s a reaction to the current economic situation in the US/the world. Stylists might not consider it exactly politic to have their clients swanning about in expensive jewelry that’s obviously worth thousands and thousands of dollars.

    • Anonymous

      But they could always give a shout-out to some of the better costume jewelry out there. That could even help the economy.

      • Pennymac

        Some nice pearl button earrings or a pretty bracelet wouldn’t have been too obnoxiously obvious. 

        And a half-hearted in. REALLY HATE those shoes…..

  • Anonymous

    its eehhh at best. She kind of looks like a Valentine’s Day card :-/
    I guess in…but not an enthusiastic freakin yeah in…just an ‘eh in’

  • Rachel Parkin

    “And we’re just gonna ask: Did someone steal ALL the jewelry in Hollywood and New York?”
    Dudes. Selena Gomez. Mystery solved.
    Edit: Or was it Vanessa Hudgens? I am old.

  • Anonymous

    it’s a really really great day dress, it looks like DvF updated. but it’s too cold in LA right now for sandals, no matter what the color, especially w/o the socks & i wouldnt normally recommend sandals w/ socks, so there you are.

  • alma julieta felix

    IN – I wish she had worn this in other month other than February. A gold clutch was needed here! Cool it with the no-jewelry complaints, it’s nice that she didn’t put on red earrings cause I feel like she would have. Love the dress and her. :)

  • Anonymous

    Cute, yes… but I’m just not sold, and something about this makes me cringe.


  • Anonymous

    Out. She’s fixed the belt and sock problems of the runway look but wrong shoes and a matchy-cute bag? It’s a hard dress to style clearly and she dips below the bar.

  •árez/100002964685796 Josefina Madariaga Suárez

    It’s a cute look, but I’m gonna say OUT because Valentine’s Day is coming and she looks like she’s dressed for that event.

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  • rynerman

    In.  The clutch is not the best thing about this outfit and the less said about the shoes the better, but that dress is great!

  • AWStevens

    Not only do I freaking LOVE her show, “Shameless”, she looks wonderful, springy, ready to kiss winter goodbye and Valentine’s Day HELLO! 

    However, the shoes are so hideous I threw up in my mouth…

    Other than that?  She’s IN!  

  • Anonymous

    Ugh.  Her sandals look likethe orthopedic ones my grandma always wore. 

  • Anonymous

    In.  Glad she ditched the socks, even if she is wearing sandals in February.  Someone out there has convinced all these wmen that their legs look longer in those “nude” shoes and they have bought into it with a vengence.

    now, while I understand the desire to violate fashion offenders, it may be more instructive to leap from you van and accessorize
    hem properly.  Perhaps you could get a grant to fund your enterprise. 

  • Alisa Rivera

    I have a feeling those sandals look better IRL. Same with the lipstick. The flash in these photos is crazy, it’s like they used a bulb suitable for an airplane hangar. Oh, and an IN from me. I covet that dress.

  • Anonymous

    Not crazy about this. Looks like something Joan Holloway—I mean, the widow Harris—would be wearing in the early 80s when should be retired but is still working at some iteration of Sterling Cooper Draper Price (Campbell) because she needs the money.

  • Ana Cedillo

    IN: but i hate valentines season because everyone goes around wearing things with hearts or red and white/pink combos. among other reasons i hate valentines

  • Anonymous

    There’s something strange about the fit through the midriff. She looks like she has two sets of breasts.

  • Anonymous

    IN. Love the print, and I actually like the accesories here.

  • Anonymous

    In. You would have complained about a black clutch, too, as too basic.  At least she didn’t match the shoes as well.

  • Anonymous

    In.  She’s darling.  And there are sleeves on the dress!  In Winter!  Yay!  Also, those wee hearts perhaps are her nod to Valentine’s Day, which is just a bit troubling.  But oh well, IN I say.

  • Anonymous

    Secretary for a candy mogul!!! Hahahahah!! Out!

  • Anonymous

    Your dreams are mine, but I like this outfit on her, so IN…I wholeheartedly agree with the need for bling…people will loan these stars jewelry to wear for free! I would go for it every chance I got :) please make me a fsi (fashion scene investigator) or something so I can ride in the van once in a while…

  • vmcdanie


    In addition to hiding the baubles, they hid all the lipstick save Fire Engine Red. But it works here.

  • Anonymous

    In. Why is she all over the place again? What is she in?  

    • Anonymous

      she’s the hot older daughter in shameless.  this is her nice girl alter.

  • Martin C

    In! She looks adorable and she’s working that dress way better than Ms. Mirte. Although that iPad case things should most definitely go.

  • Merneith

    Out. The toenails are just too much. Cute dress though.

  • Fifi LaRoux

    Cute, if a little lackluster. In, I guess.

  • Anonymous

    “So help us, as God is our witness, we are going to get ourselves a rich
    sugar daddy, who will buy us a state-of-the-art crime-solving van, which
    we will use to drive around the country to various red carpet events
    and public appearances, so that when we see someone wearing something
    that offends us (which, let’s face it, happens every 15 minutes or so),
    we can leap out of the van, spray them down with foam, shout, “LET THAT
    ACCESSORIZING!” jump in the van, and drive off to the next miscarriage
    of fashion justice.”

    Please tell me this comic book is premiering at Comic-Con this year…

    (Oh, and she’s IN, but should have gone with a color other than red for accessory.[Accessory to a fashion crime])

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  • Samantha Irene

    Out – cute dress, she looks cute – if she were a girl in my office or on the street I’d give her an In – but seriously you don’t even have to buy the accessories when your famous! Stop slacking!

  • Anonymous

    I don’t love the sandals, but what colour would have gone with it? She looks cute as a button though, I love her style lately. In

  • Anonymous

    IN. It’s a little basic (I could wear this to work), and could definitely use better accessorizing, but I think she looks better than the model.

  • Anonymous

    Eh, IN.
    Nice enough . . .  But yeah, where IS all the jewelry these days?? (paging Nic Cage!)   

  • Anonymous

    IN – she looks cute if not a little matchy-matchy.

  • Hilary Sain

    IN! She’s rocking it. 

  • Anonymous

    Totally in, picky bitches!  Although simple gold accessories would have been great addition.

  • marianna

    I really like her. In.

  • Badriya Al-Badi’a

    Just barely In, because she and the dress look great together, but the lipstick almost put her out for me, more than the accessories.  It competes with the dress.

  • heartbot

    Give the girl a pearl necklace and she looks like someone at a sorority alumni brunch.

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  • Anonymous

    IN.  only the lipstick offends me- blindingly bright.  and those yucky shoes.