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,]

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  • Sobaika

    What a great bag! I am salivating.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      And the purse is really nice, too.¬† ūüėČ

    • drdirection

      I like the way she’s carrying her bag.¬† More real world than product placement.

  • siriuslover

    I like Anne Hathaway. I like how pretty she looks here too. And that purse is pretty killer.

  • Bozhi

    Super cute.  Are those Toms?

    • gloriana232

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

    • ¬†Nope – the tags are in the wrong spot. TOMS have a vertical tag on the side seam and a larger tag on the heel.

    • Those are classic espadrilles. Toms is just an ugly jonny-come-lately.

      • MilaXX

         and overpriced to boot.

      • 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.

        • 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.

  • TomBord

    who me? photo-op? whaaaaat? …………..ugh……..please. she bugs.

    • ¬†There is something grating about ol Anne.

  • My teenage daughter would not buy those shoes at the beginning of the school year even though I begged her.¬† I told her they would sure to be a hit. ¬† She would not budge.¬†

    • RebeccaKW

      ¬†I take your daughter’s side.¬† I just can’t with the Tom’s.¬† I like the mission behind them, and I understand them to very comfortable, but man, I think they are so ugly.

      • ¬†What’s the mission?

        • bittykitty

           with every pair sold, they donate a pair of shoes to a child in need, according to their website

        • Supposedly, for every pair you buy, they donate 1/2 to a charity that supplies shoes to kids in the 3rd world. However, that doesn’t make up for the fact that they charge, like, $80 for what are basically the same as the little black Chinese slippers I wore in high school, that I bought at the local import store for $10. So instead of buying a pair of ugly, overpriced shoes with no arch support, you could just buy a pair of cheapo shoes and give the rest of what you save DIRECTLY to a charity of your choice.

          • MilaXX

             This! and might I add I prefer donorschoose when I have funds to give to charity.

          • kategs

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

      • Sobaika

        I HATE TOMS! And their supposed ‘mission’ because they’re made in Ethiopia under “Local¬†Labor Standards” so chances are they’re hurting the very people they claim to be helping.

      • Not all espadrilles are TOMS. These are just classic espadrilles. Personally, I find espadrilles to be very pretty (I’m wearing a pair right now).

        • 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.¬†

  • Apocalipstick Now Redux

    I love Jean Seberg.  Thanks for the reference.

  • Pants_are_a_must

    The bag is awesome, and I love her pants, but I don’t like the mix of reds in here, and I certainly don’t get why those shoes are so popular. She looks very cute, generally.

    • Espadrilles are a classic style of shoe.

      • Pants_are_a_must

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

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

  • BrooklynBomber

    More evidence to support my theory that all celebrities have a prop cell phone and oversized bag on a little table by the door, and always grab them before they head out to walk among the people. (Subbing the shopping bag for a large purse — clever diversion, Ms. Hathaway!)

    • mjude


    • Alisa Rivera

      Almost every time you see a celeb carrying a bag, it’s a paid endorsement. My husband did freelance work for a company that pays Kim Kardashian to tweet products: “Look at this cute pair of sunglasses I got today!” And yes, celebs on Annie’s level do it too, only for a lot more money and more upscale brands.

  • LesYeuxHiboux

    She looks fantastic, fun and cute. I love the pattern on the shoes but loathe that shape. No better than Uggs. The cat-eye glasses and yellow bag are the perfect complements to the look.

    The whole Toms phenomenon really bugs. If you want to donate shoes to children in a developing country, why not donate two pairs instead of keeping one ugly pair to wear around as your badge of altruism?

    Of course the badge negates the altruism…

    • Jennifer L.

      I don’t necessarily agree with Toms’ mission either, but I can’t quite agree that “the badge negates the altruism.” Although there has been a awful lot of ‘Oh look at me, I’m wearing something I spent a lot of money for, some of which went to people who actually need it!’, the display of one’s purchase -can- sometimes be a way of raising awareness and standing in solidarity with those who are harmed/underprivileged/etc… It is, however, as you point out, a tricky balance.¬†

      • 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.

        • 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. 

          • LesYeuxHiboux

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

    • She’s not wearing Toms.

    • glennethph

      At least, TOMS is doing something.

    • 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.

  • G

    She does seem to have a certain spring in her step. 
    Can’t wait til you comment on her wedding gown – when a decent picture is revealed… if you choose to…

  • Jean Seberg indeed. The whole ensemble is cute, cute! Love the shades.

  • I have rocked a variation on this exact look (same silhouette, but the pants are chartreuse and the top is white and lilac, dove grey flats and brown purse) and now that I have the sameish haircut as Ms. Hathaway I should rock it again, if the season allows.

  • kaycem

    her shades are killah.

  • call_me_schmeg

    she is my favorite little mouse.

  • She looks adorable! And another instance of a celebrity looking like a “real person dressed in real clothes.”

    • ¬†Except that she’s carrying a $1,000 purse.

      • Judy_S

        Is it? It’s faux Chanel and faux Nappa (I assume that means made of plastic) so I thought it was “alternative.” Shows what I know.

      • ¬†Well, with that one exception. Though, I admit to knowing a couple of people who could have or do have $1,000 purses.

        • birdgee

          The bag is Stella McCartney. I believe all her accessories are vegan. 

          • 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!¬†

  • Krafty_L

    I, too, am loving the shades. Very much into cat-eye frames right now! Does anyone know who makes Anne’s glasses?

    • I can’t be sure, but they look an awful lot like Tom Ford to me.

  • EEKstl

    Jean Seberg!  I always wanted to look like her!

  • Judy_J

    You guys nailed it.  Anne nailed it, too with this outfit.  She looks adorable.

  • iCouture

    Is dear Annie actually running, or did she do one of those trip-almost-fall-so-will-run-like-this-on-purpose?

    Anyway, cute look ūüėČ

  • I am slightly amazed by how many fashion-fans at TLo Int’l think TOMS are synonymous with espadrilles. I’m not a fan of the way TOMS look like they swaddle the foot. I’d rather keep my traditional Spanish espadrilles, tyvm.

    • alyce1213

      And mine from the markets in France ($7/pair).

      • I feel like a traitor to Latin America because Toms are based on Argentine shoes, but they’re so ugly and proper espadrilles are so cute and flattering to the line of the foot (rather than obliterating the shape in a swath). Everyone in my family got a a pair after my parents had a trip to Spain and other parts of Iberia (and I have an adorable pair from France too – they look like they’re styled after the Breton stripe).
        (Yeah I know.)

    • Ali

      I know, right? I kept scrolling through my comments thinking “But they’re not Tom’s!”

      • 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.¬†

  • Cathy S

    She’s just ridiculously cute.

  • alyce1213

    Very cute, and I don’t like her all that much. ¬†I actually love her hair at this length — super-short was awful, but this frames her face really well.
    (I’m a little interested to know what she bought, what’s in the big sack.)

  • I thought her wedding gown was gorgeous!¬† In the one actual photo I’ve seen of it (Valentino released the sketch) the sunlight shining through the pink accent was beautiful.

  • lilibetp

    How the heck long is it going to take her to grow out her hair?¬† Mine would have been past my shoulders by now…

    • Ali

      She cut it in April. It would be physically impossible to grow her hair back to her shoulders in six months – hair grows half an inch a month, so at most, she’d have three inches.

      • 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.

  • Love that she was shopping at Wasteland! It’s a vintage store, but not a super fancy one. That’s cute.

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

  • jorinde

    she even has stripes in her bag… in her RED bag…

  • BeeBeauNYC

    That is hilarious that she is trying to bolt past the paparazzi.

  • kimmeister

    The stripes in her shirt and the stripes in her shoes are just too many stripes for me.  Love the bag and shades though.

  • She looks adorable. The haircut really does look great on her now that it’s grown out a little bit!

  • MilaXX

    Great bag, cute look. I bought a pair of red jeans at the beginning of the summer and haven;t worn them yet because I can’t find anything that doesn’t look nautical. Kinda inspired to try this look.

  • ZnSD

    That’s MRS. Annie to you! (wonder what’s in that bag! hmmm)

  • ZnSD

    I was seeing Jean Simmons, not Jean Seberg, but go figure.

  • Verascity

    This look is INSANELY adorable.

  • Contralto

    She looks great!  I love.

  • 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).

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


  • Cute.

  • 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.

  • I keep thinking those pants are giving her polterwang.

  • These are the exact pair of Soludos she is wearing:¬†

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