Cannes In or Out: Jessica Chastain in McQueen

Posted on May 17, 2012

We’ve been bitching a lot lately (as is our nature) about those dusty, mauve-y pinks that have been showing up on the red carpets, but from where we’re sitting, this is exactly the kind of pink that works best when you want a toned-down pink:

Jessica Chastain attends opening ceremony and ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ premiere at Cannes in an Alexander McQueen dress paired with Louis Vuitton diamond earrings and cuff bracelet from the “Les Ardentes” collection.

 

Alexander McQueen Fall 2012 Collection

Louis Vuitton Cuff Bracelet

So toned-down it’s practically white in photographs, but we think you can get the gist of it. It’s very pale pink and it suits very pale Jessica very well. The simplicity of this gown also suits her. Too often, she’s out in things far too complicated for her. She needs clean lines and minimal detailing. Love the jewelry, but we think it was a mistake to go beltless. It instantly makes this look bridal. We go back and forth on that neckline and whether or not it works for her, but overall, we think this may be one of the prettiest looks she’s ever sported.

Minions are encouraged to vigorously disagree.

 

Vote Now!

 

IN! Clean and chic!

 

OUT! Cannes Barbie!

 

 

The kittens were mostly in agreement that Kristen Stewart’s very colorful dress was an IN but that her sour face and shitty makeup were OUT.

[Photo Credit: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images, louisvuitton.com, alexandermcqueen.com]

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=561903133 Sage Andersen

      IN!!! she (finally) looks spectacular on the red carpet.  i love her jewelry, too.

      • Jill_3

         IN!! She better not come my way because I will rip that jewelry right of her skinny little arm (and right out of her earlobes too, which… sorry).

    • http://teabagsinfusion.blogspot.com/ Laura Toepfer

      Oh, in.  This is mostly an “I have no objection to it” in vote, however.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      IN, but I wish that she had added a belt. 

      • http://twitter.com/SuzBald Susan Baldwin

        And the belt on the runway version is actually lovely.  

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Lucía-Gavello/1253586868 Lucía Gavello

          The belts where one of my favourite things in that collection.

      • 3boysful

         Agreed.  Without it, and with the pockets, there’s a teeny 1950′s-housefrau-apron vibe to it.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      IN, but I wish that she had added a belt. 

    • alyce1213

      In.  Perfect pink for a redhead.  Maybe a bit booby-bridesmaid, but I like it, she looks swell.

    • alyce1213

      In.  Perfect pink for a redhead.  Maybe a bit booby-bridesmaid, but I like it, she looks swell.

    • Calinda_L

      We. Get. It. There are pockets. That doesn’t mean you need to pose with your hands in them. Pockets are for hiding some mints, your phone and lipgloss. They aren’t a prop. 

      Otherwise, she looks pretty great. 

    • Calinda_L

      We. Get. It. There are pockets. That doesn’t mean you need to pose with your hands in them. Pockets are for hiding some mints, your phone and lipgloss. They aren’t a prop. 

      Otherwise, she looks pretty great. 

    • VicksieDo

      IN!  Perfection!!

    • http://twitter.com/mirrormirrorxx Paola Thomas

      I think it’s lovely.  And very ‘Cannes’ where dresses should be summery and fashion forward, not all ornate and Oscar-y.

      • howdoilook

        Good call! I retract my needs-belt-and-showy-jewlery remark :) 

      • poggi

         I like it too.  You are tight–it’s very easy and summery.  In.

        • 3rdsister

           “tight”

          hee-hee

          • poggi

            Sorry, you are right.

    • http://twitter.com/mirrormirrorxx Paola Thomas

      I think it’s lovely.  And very ‘Cannes’ where dresses should be summery and fashion forward, not all ornate and Oscar-y.

    • http://twitter.com/PhDKnitter marlie

      In! I love it — the only thing that would have made it better would be the belt. Otherwise, I think she looks beautiful!

    • http://twitter.com/PhDKnitter marlie

      In! I love it — the only thing that would have made it better would be the belt. Otherwise, I think she looks beautiful!

    • Ana_ragu

      IN! (but you are so right about a belt…)
       

    • Ana_ragu

      IN! (but you are so right about a belt…)
       

    • DinaSews

      IN.  Simple yet pretty.

    • DinaSews

      IN.  Simple yet pretty.

    • suzq

      In.  It would have been IN! had she worn the belt.  Shame about it….  Gotta love a dress with pockets, too.

    • suzq

      In.  It would have been IN! had she worn the belt.  Shame about it….  Gotta love a dress with pockets, too.

    • SpcilK

      In she’s simply beautiful.

    • SpcilK

      In she’s simply beautiful.

    • Lisa Dugan

      It’s beautiful but I adore the original belt and I think it needed one.

    • Lisa Dugan

      It’s beautiful but I adore the original belt and I think it needed one.

    • howdoilook

      IN for me. I can’t tell if I love how un-fettered it is, or if it needs a belt and more showy jewelry…maybe it’s the kind of thing that works both ways. 

    • colleenjanel

      I agree it needed a belt. But I don’t mind the neckline. I normally hate anything that plunges so low, but she appears well contained in this one. I dont think she’s in danger of the girls escaping. IN

    • colleenjanel

      I agree it needed a belt. But I don’t mind the neckline. I normally hate anything that plunges so low, but she appears well contained in this one. I dont think she’s in danger of the girls escaping. IN

    • http://twitter.com/noshadejustT Teri

      In. I think the neckline works because its about as much detail as she can handle. You two are SoOo right about the belt, though. 

    • http://twitter.com/noshadejustT Teri

      In. I think the neckline works because its about as much detail as she can handle. You two are SoOo right about the belt, though. 

    • TonyGo

       So what’s the consensus on posing on the RC when you have pockets?    Is it a no no for the guys, but the gals get a pass?

      • Spicytomato1

        I was wondering the same thing. Although maybe she gets a pass because it doesn’t really alter/ruin the lines of the dress when she puts her hands in her pockets.

    • TonyGo

       So what’s the consensus on posing on the RC when you have pockets?    Is it a no no for the guys, but the gals get a pass?

    • https://twitter.com/#!/rmccarthyjames RMJ12345

      Gorgeous. I love the neckline; it’d be too simple otherwise. Love the jewelry. IN.

    • https://twitter.com/#!/rmccarthyjames RMJ12345

      Gorgeous. I love the neckline; it’d be too simple otherwise. Love the jewelry. IN.

    • http://twitter.com/Hussified Coleen

      IN. I see your critique about the belt, but I honestly think the overall look is lovely, not even taking into consideration her past missteps. Also, I cannot express in adequate terms how much I covet that cuff.

      • kimmeister

        Agreed with you on all points.  IN.

    • http://twitter.com/Hussified Coleen

      IN. I see your critique about the belt, but I honestly think the overall look is lovely, not even taking into consideration her past missteps. Also, I cannot express in adequate terms how much I covet that cuff.

    • MikeW_PHX

      I agree, it’s an IN . It needs a belt, but otherwise, it’s a good luck on her.   MUCH better than usual. 

    • golspie

      Dull and washed-out.

      Out!

    • sherrietee

      For the cuff alone, IN.

    • leah besson

      in, but the bodice looks a little big on her

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=713709401 Randy Noak

      In (but don’t love the bustline).

    • HeyMrPhipps

      I agree that belted would have been a better way to go but other than that, gurl turned it out. I say “IN”.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/4KLZGI7NMQE2LQDYYSMPFXANW4 Uche

      Out. Stiff looking and wrinkled.

    • http://www.facebook.com/joy.yeager Joy Yeager

      I’m not going to disagree…she looks lovely, although a belt would’ve been perfect. IN

    • janetjb

      In.

      Very pretty dress on her.  I love the color.

    • AngelaGreen

      In!  She’s so pretty!  Love her.

    • http://blue-again.myopenid.com/ blue

      IN! Love it! That’s a difficult neckline to work.

      • makeityourself

        I don’t think it works.  That teardrop shape neckline gives a saggy look to everything happening in the bodice.  And it needed a belt.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jessica-TallGirl-Freeman/1043623567 Jessica TallGirl Freeman

      IN. Love the shape, especially that neck line.  I wouldn’t have known it was pink if it hadn’t been pointed out.  Not to mention she finally looks fully put together and knows it.  

    • joe_tey83

      Kind of blah.

    • Spicytomato1

      It’s pretty and clean and simple, but I don’t think it does much to flatter her figure. In some of the shots it verges on maternity wear to me. But hair, makeup and jewelry are lovely so I’ll give her a semi-reluctant IN.

    • http://twitter.com/GaraStJames Gara St. James

      I’ll give it an “in” even if I’m not completely sold on that neckline.

    • Sara__B

      This is too ordinary for Cannes. For such a clean simple look to work, the fit has to be impeccable — and it’s not — and the styling has to be exceptional — and it’s not. Lower case “in”.

    • j_anson

      Totally IN.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001998855370 Fatima Siddique

      That neckline is not quite working on her. Probably because she, unlike the model, has curves. Sadly, this translates to her boobies looking kinda crooked. 

    • http://twitter.com/MandySCG MandyJane

      In, she looks lovely. Her makeup is great, too. 

    • Super_Red

      I don’t know that I can vigorously disagree, but I think I’m going to say Out. I viciously hate that neckline (In general, not just on her) and while she looks stunning otherwise, I can’t get over that. I’m seeing more of her girls than I want to. 

    • Marissa Wiley

      YAWN.  Out.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/3OAUU2RNX3DHVJ45KLE3ZJ3LLY Meshear

      She looks very pretty here, but I agree that she needs a belt.  Still, an IN!

    • http://twitter.com/Delfine Mia Pette

      IN, but the bodice looks a little big on her and yes, it needed a belt. 

    • MilaXX

      Small IN with reservations. I think this dress still needs a belt, even if it’s just a small, skinny one. I also don’t care for this color on her. I think a deep, saturated color like a navy, an emerald green or burgundy would suit her coloring better. In sure, I’m willing ti give it a small in because the shape suits her and her hair & makeup look good.

    • kelsita421

      That neckline is really bugging me… And agreed it needs a belt… But still IN for being overall pretty.

    • Lina_bee

      In. Among her top 5 looks. I agree about the belt, tho.

    • http://twitter.com/urban_gypsy Tess Danesi

      IN. For the jewelry alone. I like the dress on her and it keeps growing on me more and more. The neckline isn’t my favorite and it needs a belt, though I’m not loving the one on the model, but overall she looks lovely and comfortable too.

    • http://www.lippsisters.com/ Deborah Lipp

      I went back and forth on it. There are all sorts of details I don’t like, but the overall effect is a clean, pretty Jessica Chastain who looks like a natural beauty…which she IS, but rarely looks like on the RC. So this is incredibly suited for her and earns an IN.

    • Diane_G

      IN, mostly because I love the earrings and they somehow remind me of Dr. Who.

    • LongTall_Sally

      IN, but it is lacking without the belt.  I like the necklace on the model too.

    • http://angryfemur.tumblr.com Andrea Lane

      In, although I agree about the belt.

    • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

      IN

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JSGAZPEESHQT47ATH55GNOHHBY Erin

      You’re right, the outfit sets off her coloring and looks (rather than her trying to live up to the outfit and missing).  IN.

    • Kimberly Southern-Weber

      IN!

    • bluefish

      IN but, like Tilda, too long in the hem. Needs a belt — and possibly a better fit.  I love that shade of pink and she’s a beautiful woman.  Not a cuff lover — and the earrings, while beautiful, kind of complicated for this dress.  She should’ve gone with the original runway look — belt, modern necklace, lose the earrings.  But In.  I could also live with seeing a bit less of the girls on display but what the hell — no point being prudish.

    • Kate4queen

      IN :)

    • MK03

      Ehh. I just can’t get worked up about this one way or the other. It’s fine, but kind of boring. Though I do love the jewelry.

    • Dr. Derf van der Derf

      In, but i think she should have kept the belt.

    • elleg929

      IN but does need the belt.

    • AlexisPayne

      IN! Love the color on her, love the lines of the dress, but points shaved off because it needs the belt.

    • http://twitter.com/alienspouse Jen Alien-Spouse

      IN – But a belt would help.

      Question – When posing on the red carpet in a dress that has pockets why must the lady-stars always jam their hands into said pockets? It doesn’t look good, so why are they doing it? Contractual obligations to highlight all of the dresses many features?
      This is slightly hypocritical as  I love dresses with pockets myself (where else do you keep your office keys?), but I’m not required to look magically delicious whenever I leave the house, you know?

    • crash1212

      IN – but it looks white on my screen. I’ll take your word for the pinky-ness of it and in my mind the shade is beautiful. Shoulda gone with a belt though.

    • Dhammadina

      A summer rose. In. 

    • DaveUWSNYC

      In…pretty and fresh

    • piecesofconfetti

      IN. Finally a McQueen that looks good on her. I’m not convinced she’s fashion-forward enough to wear most of their designs.

    • altermyego

      In! This dress is a perfect canvas for showing off some spectacular jewelry (not necessarily large jewelry) a fabulous necklace and as other have said, a belt would have been great. But I still love this look as is and would love to see it in person. This looks like a dress that can be worn many times over with different jewelry, scarves, shawls,  etc and not get old for years to come (or until her boobs sag, whichever comes first)

      TLo – any word on who made that fabulous cuff or where it comes from?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1313126032 Ajuna Ariel Fenty

      Is she serious with that fabric? smh Jessica Chastain never gets it right. Never!

    • http://twitter.com/jennsaysmeow Fifi LaRoux

      In! She looks great!

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=4501978 Martha Jackson Deutsch

      IN. From tip to toe!

    • http://twitter.com/_karenbee_ Karen Bee

      In, but needs a belt.

    • http://www.filmsbyneptune.com/ Dani Colman

      Enh, it’s a lovely colour, but it’s making her boobs look lopsided.  I’m quite sure Ms Chastain does not have lopsided boobs, so I suspect it’s a combination of the very low neck, the way the dress twists a little when she poses, and the fact that she is rather better endowed than the model.  A slightly higher neck would have solved the problem, I think.  And it does need the belt.  OUT, but by a hair.

    • hexiadetrix

      In – she’d look more striking in a stronger color, but this suits her. Like everyone else I would have preferred a belt to make it slightly edgier and less like a wedding cake.

    • judybrowni

      IN, except for the titscrepancy, and the no-bra-hanging-breasts look.

    • ErmengardeGreen

      Relaxed and gorgeous without being too casual, and among her best red-carpet looks to date. I do wish the waist had been fitted a little more severely — I am torn about the idea of a belt; I worry that the urge to belt might have turned into an urge to belt with black, and I’d hate to see the long line broken that way, but I agree that some waist definition would not be amiss — but for me the stiff fabric and unusual neckline allude to a more casual shirt or shirtwaist in a great way. She looks comfortable! And such a good point about that petal pink. Big IN. 

    • Leonardo Alves

      I think the color looks pretty on her. The fitting, however, looks odd! Kinda wrinkled…

    • DaveUWSNYC

      Pretty, fresh, happy…IN (agree about the belt  - would have been perfect)

    • fringebenefit

      OUT. Belt was essential equipment.

    • EditKitten

      I think this is the best she’s ever looked. Loooooove her jewelry!

    • Tracy_Flick

      I’ll be a dissenting vote. OUT. Not because of the color, though. Because it looks she made it at home using sale-rack polyester fabric. It’s stiff, the gathering at the waist seems uneven and awkward-looking, and the design is very Simplicity Level 2. The pockets are sort of silly, too. The only thing that rates an IN is the jewelry.

    • BazoDee

      IN but I do have issues with the neckline. And yes the belt would have been good. 

    • Rebecca Bledsoe

      I like the neckline better with the necklace that’s on the runway version, but it would have been overkill combined with the jewelry she is wearing, which I LOVE. A belt would be nice, but the lack of one doesn’t bother me too badly. Her hair and makeup are lovely, too. Definitely an IN!

    • Judy_S

      In. Your comments are great–a belt would help. But it’s a lovely color and style on her.

    • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

      I’m going’ with IN on this one, though I would have preferred it if the ladies hadgottena teeny bit more support. And I love it without the belt. The serene simplicity of this is perfect for her fragile looks.

    • Caaro3

      IN.  I’m not shallow and not young, but if I could look like that for one day . . . O, the places I would go!

    • Sunshine16

      IN!  She should hire whatever gays put her in this immediately!

    • http://profiles.google.com/anplica Anplica Fiore

      In – very pretty!

    • librarygrrl64

      IN. I concur with everything, especially the belt comment (although not the belt shown on the model). That jewelry is stunning.

    • belfebe

      I am going to be the lonely voice of dissent.  I think that she looks washed out, needs a belt, and the top doesn’t fit right.  She’s pretty though.  Makeup and jewelry are excellent.  Still OUT for me.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2P2ANLRZ6YAVGONA36I2AQJYGI VicD

      Out.  This dress actually needs the statement necklace and twee silver belt.  She looks like she’s in a nightgown prepped for open heart surgery with that neckline and everything else so plain.

    • Laura Nugent

      It looks too weird around the bust, like it’s poorly fitted. Out!  I always want her to be so much better than she is.

    • Anathema_Device

      I’ll go with In, even though I think the belt would have really pulled the look together.

      That jewelry is to die for!

    • Jessi03

      I’m in the minority, but I really dislike this dress.  Love the jewelry, though.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1355527007 Rain Jezek

      IN. She looks wonderful, but she really should have kept the belt.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=610791985 Aniela Marie Perry

      I miss the belt although I’m not totally sure the proportions would work with her. That and the dress does seem a bit big in the bodice. Regardless, IN.

    • warontara

      In! I think she looks lovely.

    • http://twitter.com/Bloodisea Barbora

      IN, love earrings and bracelet! 

    • nancy

      I don’t care for the dress, too stiff and sheet-y. The color is lovely on her and so is the jewelry. 

    • benjamin478

      GO JESSICA! She looks pretty on the rc! It’s crazy I’m so shocked. IN

    • sashaychante

      IN  The dress looks better with a belt.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/toodleskitty79?feature=guide AWS

      This is the best outside of a movie I have ever seen her.  I love that she looks so happy and springtime.  IN

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Karen-Stephens-Bassett/1503492602 Karen Stephens Bassett

      I. Want. That. Cuff. Now!

    • beebee10

      IN 
      So right as always: it’s a gorgeous shade of pink. love the earrings!

    • SapphoPoet

      In. Very pretty, although she should have used a belt. The dress looks a little floaty or ungrounded without it. 

      My 1987 prom dress was that color.

    • sagecreek

      In, but I agree with you about the belt.

    • HeatherMcIlrath

      definitely in! whoever did hair/face did her a HUGE favor! she finally looks completely and totally stunning! i agree about her needing a belt though. this dress needs a focal point other than her cleavage haha

    • aimee_parrott

      IN!  She looks great.  I love the jewelry, it’s a great color on her.  I do think the belt would make it even better, but it’s still pretty fabulous.

    • formerlyAnon

      IN. Clean & chic, indeed. Though my definition of chic stops short of quite that much visible breast. But I must admit a more restrained bodice might have allowed my eye to fall downward and complain that the waist should have been marked with, if not a belt, some subtle detail.

      Very nice cuff.

    • boomchicabowwow

      IN.  Best she’s looked in….ever.

    • demidaemon

      I hate the neckline, but I can’t deny that she looks good here. I wish she would have worn a belt as well. IN.

    • jennifervney

      In! She looks great! But a belt would have been better. 

    • http://twitter.com/Rhubarbcherrypi Rachel

      Best I’ve seen her look – stunning.

    • RuthGo

      Out. It looks like a sad bridesmaid dress to me. I like the earrings, though

    • http://opinionandamovie.blogspot.com/ Deitra S.

      Love it!  IN, one of her best RC looks ever, and those jewels are divine!

    • http://twitter.com/Lily1129 Lily

      IN, for the jewelry and the general not-hideousness of it.
      But that dress needs a belt to break it up. With the right belt, it would be an unreserved IN.

    • http://twitter.com/foodycatAlicia foodycatAlicia

      Hate the dress (good colour, awful shape) but in terms of hair, makeup, jewellery and all around prettiness, this has to be an IN.

    • TheOriginalLulu

      It works, but it’s nothing special. IN I guess.

    • up with pod people

      Gorgeous, though I may have to mug her for the cuff and earrings. Jesus.

    • IMNAngryLiberal

      OUT — the top of the dress doesn’t fit or needs some internal support or something.  It makes it appear as though her bosoms are heading off in different directions.

    • turtleemily

      An in of encouragement since this is the most comfortable she’s seemed in front of a camera.

    • altalinda

      Out.  Should have had a belt, the neckline shouts here are my breasts!, the dress is wrinkled.  But definitely a step up for her.

    • aristida_girl

      out! hate the bust

    • SewingSiren

      The neckline is a little too low and open. Other than that perfect.

    • http://twitter.com/nicolahearts nicole seligman

      IN! i love that shape on her and the color is working with her skin/hair. best she’s looked.

    • nannypoo

      I think a belt would be good, but this is really a great look for her. She seems a little obsessed with those pockets, but I guess your hands have to be somewhere.

    • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

      Love ya, TLo, but this is an Out for me. The bust/neckline isn’t fitting quite right– it looks like she might be slightly shorter-waisted than the model, maybe causing the neckline to fall open a bit more instead of laying flat.

      And this dress absolutely needed a belt. The runway belt was actually lovely and interesting.

      I also think her makeup could have been stronger- a stronger brow and slightly more color in the lip would have given the look more personality and polish. She’s beautiful and glowing either way, though.

    • TheLaurenJean

      In!

    • http://twitter.com/LianaBrooks Liana Brooks

      Hands out of pockets and she’s IN.
       

    • Joyce VG

      I don’t like the bust area. OUT.

    • Amy Ellinger

      in. BUT- If you’re gonna go McQueen, you better be ready to rock it out.  Needed a belt, and some color in her accessories- some emeralds or sapphires maybe?
      and I’m taking off points for seeing a wee bit too much of her inner-sideboob for my taste.

    • cleep1000

      So IN.

    • Lola67

      In, she looks beautiful and fresh. Great color on her…….but Jessica, honey, stay clear of Fan Bingbing.

    • BobStPaul

      In for sure.  I think that’s close to the, if not the, best she’s ever looked on the RC.

    • Zippypie

      OUT – too precious and it looks maybe a tad too big under the bustline and around the waist, which is distracting in such a pale lifeless color.

      The earrings, however, are a huge IN.

    • giiiirrrr

      Definitely IN.  Nitpicks: needs a belt (I would love an edgy leather one), a deeper lip color on the pink/red continuum, and a good steaming of the bottom of the dress.

    • http://cheekypinky.wordpress.com/ Rebecca

      In, but seriously wish she had kept the belt.

    • jilly_d

      I never would have picked this color, but she looks beautiful.  Love the earrings!

    • momogus

      Super-D-Duper IN! Flawless.

    • http://twitter.com/moore60526 Karen Moore

      THe belt on the model looks like two bent spoons. Still, dress needed a belt.

    • GTrain

       It’s aight. IN.

    • Jangle57

      IN – though it definitely needed a belt

    • Sophie Collier

      The decolletage is kind of unflattering, and the necklace on the model actually improves it, but a necklace with those earrings and that cuff would have been overkill.  This is an IN, though.  Definitely an IN.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jill-Tracy/100001557759289 Jill Tracy

      In but needs a belt!

    • ri_dic

      Very pretty. Needed a belt.

    • Snailstsichr

      Love everything but the neckline so I’ll give her an IN. And a belt would have been good, too.

    • 3rdsister

      In — and as a person who hates to have a purse/clutch — I love the pockets!

      Probably could have used a belt but this is such an improvement for her.

    • Louise Bryan

      ?  Why?  This is so IN.  Is there really a question?

    • Judy_J

      IN. I like everything about this look.

    • Beth G

      in

    • msdamselfly

      Hair and makeup flawless  IN

    • http://twitter.com/AShinyOConnor A Shiny O’Connor

      NO to in-sideboob, and it shoulda been white.

    • littlemac8

      A lovely, simple look on her with possibly the most beautiful pair of diamond earrings I’ve ever seen in my life!!

    • E_bee

      Yes, it does want a belt, but it isn’t ruined by the lack. In.

    • LittleKarnak

      Needs the belt and  her girls need some cleverly hidden support but she looks comfortable so IN!!

    • butterflysunita

      OUT.  Though that may be because after seeing the photos of Fan Bing Bing, this look just bores me.  

    • Melissa Brogan

      IN! I definitely think it needs a belt, but for once a woman in pale pink doesn’t look like a column of monochromatic paleness.

    • guest2visits

      Yes! looks cool and chic; easy elegance.  Love that it’s pale pink. Love the jewels.  She looks wonderful.

    • http://twitter.com/A_SmallFry AC

      In. Although I hate when celebs get a dress with pockets and have their hands shoved as far in as they can go in every picture.

    • allisankelly

      She looks very pretty, but the dress doesn’t strike me in any way. I do like the jewelry. A belt might have been nice. Just because a dress has pockets, doesn’t mean you need to pose whilst using them.

    • PaperPusher2

      I think for once she’s wearing the dress rather than the other way around.  I wish the fit under her pits/side of her chest would’ve been fitted better though.  Although I am not a belt with every thing proponent, I do think you’re right that a belt was needed here to cinch her in the middle, create a break in that sea of fabric.  Love, love the color.  It’s pink for mature, sophisticated women who want to wear pink but don’t want to look like Barbie.  In.    

    • http://www.facebook.com/sorana.tarmu Sorana Tarmu

      Washed OUT.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Beth-Rang/1362051737 Beth Rang

      IN! I’m not a jewelry person usually, but those earrings are stunning.

    • carolynmo

      In! Not entirely wild about the neckline, but she looks great, otherwise.

    • elzatelzabelz

      IN. It would have been IN-er with a belt, but great generally and great for her.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=678337501 Carla Axtman

      I would sell my soul to Dick Cheney for that Louis Vuitton cuff bracelet. 

      • PeaceBang

        If you work that deal, can you throw in the earrings for me? 

    • prettybigkitty

      IN.  Very pretty indeed.  Nicely done.

    • Susan Crawford

      IN! I would have kept the belt as featured in the McQueen styling, but the dress looks great on her. And the jewelry . . . shutting it DOWN!

    • MzzPants

      IN.

    • lifetime_student

      In. A belt would’ve bumped it up to IN!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3AJ237ND3GAHDQJZ4TLCO4WLRA Emily

      In.  She looks so beautiful and fresh as a daisy.  This look shows how naturally beautiful she really is.

    • snarkykitten

      it’s a nice color on her, but the bottom looks stiff and so, so wrinkled 

    • another_laura

      In.  The pink is not attempting to mimic flesh so works better for me.

    • PeaceBang

      In. Although I have this mental image of Stanley Tucci as his “Prada” character ripping through the Accessories Closet looking for the right belt. 

    • Joey Melliza

      in – but i think it has fit issues

    • TSkot

      Gorgeous!  WAY in!

    • Renaissance_Man_ATL

      OUT!  Not her color.  Again.

    • http://twitter.com/pag_baj Paige Boerman

      She looks really great – but that titscrepancy is a problem. Still, she’s in. Just have a minion make sure your boobs are where they need to be before you hit the carpet next time, girl.

    • ccm800

      IN – wow she looks great I think she is a daytime beauty. The night and the flashes and such are less than favorable to her, but here in natural light she is radiant. 

    • http://twitter.com/bert_keeter bert keeter

      Almost there…fabric looks sort of poor / weak! Love the full skirt…enough already with T n A all the time!

    • http://www.thatwasdramatic.tumblr.com/ Anya

      IN! She looks gorgeous here. She seems so happy and grateful-to-be-there all the time, it’s especially refreshing. 

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VA5XLSF3QRELSC3MUFSXLP4EIE rebecca

      OUT. Needs a belt and I don’t like the neckline on her.

    • karena10

      The color is beautiful. but the neckline ruins the whole look.  OUT.

    • Aurumgirl

      She’s finally found her McQueen!  And yes, this pale pink colour (which is so beautiful on redheads) works perfectly for her. If I could compare her to Tilda Swinton here, this pale shade works for Jessica and not so much for Tilda because Jessica’s hair colour is more vibrant, Tilda’s more soft. 

      But lately, I’ve been noticing that Tilda’s most formal gowns all seem to have a drape or tailoring focus on the waist, pulling the eye in to a point so that the waist looks much smaller.  That’s what a belt would have done for Jessica here.  Every time she’s wearing a dress the waist seems to be the “problem” area for her, in that the dresses she usually wears don’t seem to flatter or create the illusion of a smaller waist.  It’s what I think makes her look like she’s not photogenic.  

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDI2DLE7DE3YPW2ONIHBWOVHMA ecallaw

      Love it–you’re right, it really suits her.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/K3O2QNXDJIU3AJINAGNJRYWDZ4 mrspotts66

      IN!
       

    • Beardslee

      IN – simple and chic and the hemline is just right.

    • ballerinawithagun

      In, because she looks gorgeous, but I hate the neckline. Sewing must be precise for that neckline and fabric and it is not! A big necklace as on the model would have distracted from the problems. Also, as in the Tilda Haider Ackermann, too long for the fabric.

    • http://smalltownbigwardrobe.wordpress.com Catherine

      GET YOUR HANDS OUT OF THE DAMN POCKETS! Out for that reason alone.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Julie-Chase/731391326 Julie Chase

      In! I will be tackling her for that cuff later.

    • Larkin21

      Love it all! IN :)

    • chelwi

      In. Because it’s the best she’s looked on the red carpet. But I’m not a big fan of the material of the dress.

    • bellafigura1

      Waay IN.  She has a gorgeous decolletage and I think this neckline is stunning on her.  I agree about the belt — it looks like something is missing.  But she is working that McQueen.  A very good fashion moment (not great).

    • TieDye64

      IN. I’m not completely sold on the neckline, but it’s a good look overall. Pretty.

    • Mirakel9

      The belt and necklace on the model look great and should have been added. I don’t like the bodice on her – boring and too revealing. The color is pretty, though.

    • saanrio

      OUT.  The simplicity is there, but there is something just not quite right about it.. maybe the length, or the fullness of the skirt, or maybe just the fact that she kept putting her hands in the pockets.. I just don’t quite like it.  The color, since it looks totally white on my screen, I won’t quibble about, but the dress itself… just doesn’t work for me.

    • chitowndg

      In

    • http://twitter.com/Merneith Merneith

      Hate the neckline and the lack of belt. Out.

    • Jennifer Hofstetter

      I don’t now if it’s because it’s in photo or if it’s the hands in the dress, but it makes her hips look wide. I don’t really like the dress on her when compared to the model, but I guess she looks pretty. Very lackluster IN.

    • marilyn

      This is not edgy enough for Cannes. Out.

    • http://profiles.google.com/hillaryschuster Hillary Schuster

      IN. She looks gorgeous (I agree about needing a belt – but not the one on the model).

    • ThaliaMenninger

      IN. I think she looks lovely, comfortable and very much herself. Love the hair, too, btw.

    • Warmheartedgirl Seattle

      IN.  Love it.  Though I agree with the belt issue.  Still, she looks radiant.  Big ole IN.

    • Warmheartedgirl Seattle

      IN.  Love it.  Though I agree with the belt issue.  Still, she looks radiant.  Big ole IN.

    • http://tigergray.blogspot.com/ Tiger Gray

      IN. Love the neckline. 

    • http://tigergray.blogspot.com/ Tiger Gray

      IN. Love the neckline. 

    • Kelly Kerwin

      IN! Killer!

    • lrhoff

      Love it, but she really id need a belt.  Barey “in”, I guess.  Feeling rather kind today, obviously.

    • TomBord

      lovely. 

    • NurseEllen

      Out.  A pink sheet that was creatively scissored.

    • LambeeBaby

      In, and Iike it much better without the belt.

    • http://frankbettecenter.org/ sleah_in_norcal

      IN.  i love it.  it perhaps could use a thin little belt, but not the one on the model with the weird metal faux bow sticking out.  the jewelry is exquisite, it needs to come and live with me.

    • Lisa

      Out, but not a glaring out.  It’s too overly simple, and it doesn’t fit her well.

    • http://twitter.com/cornekopia Shawn EH

      In. Ginger Grace Kelly.

    • http://twitter.com/danielleRwest Danielle West

      In, but she needs to take her hands out of her pockets.

    • http://twitter.com/watchinginkdry Dr Skylaser

      Disagreeing vigorously over here.  Hate the color (and think it makes her look like she has pinkeye!!).  The lack of belt is ugly, although the belt on the model was also ugly.  OUUUUT.

    • RzYoung

      IN! Oh, she looks so lovely!! It’s beaming out of her, can’t you tell? She loves that look and knows she looks great. She looks so comfortable too. Stunning earrings!