Anne Hathaway in Los Angeles

Posted on October 05, 2012

Miss Annie! Congratulations!


Anne Hathaway shops in LA.

Grace Embossed Faux Nappa Shoulder Bag

You have finally figured out that the best way to work your Fantine cut is to skip past Mia Farrow and head straight for Jean Seberg! Awesome job! We especially like the mixing of reds here, which works wonderfully for your coloring. And the pop of yellow is masterful. Also, those shoes are crazy-cute.

Oh, and we hear you got married. Congrats on that too, we guess.


[Photo Credit: WENN,]

    • Verascity

      This look is INSANELY adorable.

    • Contralto

      She looks great!  I love.

    • Lisa

      Oh, this is adorable! And you know, I think she and Michelle Williams (of course!), and Emma Watson are girls who have really pulled off making the super short cut work for them.  Emma looks better in it than Anne because Emma has daintier facial features, but I still think Anne looks adorable and has been working it really well.  She should keep it.

    • guest2visits

      Well; the glasses and the haircut are nice – I don’t like one other thing.  Much too cookie-cutter cutesy, to me.
        (plus red and yellow are usually childish or clownish together; also not my favorite combination).

      • alyce1213

        I agree about yellow and red combo in general, but here it’s a deeper yellow, like maize, and seems more sophisticated, less childish/clownish.

    • quiltrx

      My mind went straight to Jean Seberg too!  (then I thought about her, and got sad, but we’ll skip that)  Is Les Miz still filming?  If not, I demand that Mrs. Anne eat a sandwich or three right away.

      And Annie, darling, I LOVED your wedding dress.

    • quiltrx

      Thanks for being in the know!  I had a sudden urge, seeing how comfy these looked…and I found a pair dirt cheap in a ‘me’ print and already ordered LOL.

      So thanks to you, I have four things in common with Annie now LMAO (I already have the dark brown hair and eyes and pale skin, and that is precisely where the similarity ends).

    • Gotham Tomato

      I love the sunglasses! (And btw, I cannot wait to see Les Miz!)


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    • librarygrrl64

      I love me a big pair of sunglasses, but they are overwhelming her face and head now that her hair is so short. She looks like an insect. Otherwise, cute.

    • Lauren Stephanie Fryer

      These are the exact pair of Soludos she is wearing:

      A classic style with grace and charm – just like Anne.

    • gloriana232

      I think they’re Soludos (which, bonus, are a little more afforable)

    • LesYeuxHiboux

       Well the definition of altruism is that it has absolutely no benefit for the person who does it. It wouldn’t negate charity, but it does negate altruism. As for them not being TOMS…then she’s just wearing ugly shoes for no reason at all.

    • Heather

      I looked it up: it’s fake leather (OK, I can appreciate that in theory, am a vegetarian) and yet it’s still $1,455.00.

    • Call me Bee

      I hate this trend of calling plastic “vegan” or “faux leather.”  It’s plastic! 

    • Pants_are_a_must

      These are no espadrilles, though. These are fugly little canvas slippers masquerading as espadrilles.

    • Gabriella M

      Why do you say that? Traditional espadrilles are made of canvas and look exactly like that.

    • Gabriella M

      How about the person who said they’re “fugly little canvas slippers masquerading as espadrilles”? Someone doesn’t know what classic espadrilles look like. 
      I get if people don’t like the classic style, but really. 

    • kategs

      Heyyyyy!  Toms are not ugly and they are the only shoes I can wear 24/7.  Plus he gives away a pair for every one he sells and not many do that.  Now I grant you the glitter Toms were completely hideous but the classic colors are great.  But those Soludos are darling.

    • turtleemily

      Ugly and working under the guise that you’ll buy them since you think you’re helping someone with them. Ugh. It’s like “teach a man to fish” but with shoes. Giving someone free shoes doesn’t do anything to lessen poverty when you could be giving materials to make and sell their own shoes.

    • kategs

      well for starters they are 44 bucks so there’s that…and they do have arch support. 

    • Jennifer L.

      Ok, fine, if we want to buy into the premise that no one is capable of acting unselfishly, then yes, anyone who wears Toms is only doing so to display their moral superiority. I know in my personal experience, I have considered buying and wearing Toms -in spite- of how ugly I personally find them -because- of the positive benefit for others. 

    • Beth Mellone

      On the other hand, I’m pretty sure none of the shoe brands I buy make a point of trying to help people in need. I don’t fault them for this: the apparel and accessories market are businesses after all, and even the more ethically run brands are still businesses when it comes down to it. Charity and business don’t always mix very comfortably. However, I certainly can’t criticize a person/company who has found a way to make their business and their charity work together.

    • Gabriella M

      Especially assuming she wants to avoid split ends and ugly in between hair styles. But I just got the sameish hairstyle and I’m l’m loving it so I’m not surprised she’s hanging on to it.

    • gabbilevy

      Giving a CHILD a pair of shoes (which is what they do, TOMS don’t go to adults) helps kids get safely to school, which in turn, sets them up for a more successful, independent life, since they’re getting an education.I happen to think they’re cute, but you’re welcome to feel differently.

    • LesYeuxHiboux

       I don’t at all believe that no one is capable of acting unselfishly.

    • RebeccaKW

      I went back up and looked-I thought they were Tom’s at first, from the tag on the side.  The toe seems different than a Tom’s, though, so maybe they aren’t.  She seems to be running or jogging, so it’s hard to really see.  I don’t have an issue with a straight-up espadrille. 

    • Brian

       I’m guessing the Melrose location probably has better wares than Sta. Monica.