Kristen Stewart in Erdem

Posted on December 14, 2012

Whenever K Stew acts bored or annoyed with the kind of attention she routinely gets; whenever she expresses discomfort with her career or angst over her lot in life; whenever she works to give the impression that she just wants to be left alone and that she finds the grind of celebrity pole-dancing to be beneath her…


Kristen Stewart attends the premiere of ‘On The Road’ in New York in Erdem.

Erdem Spring 2013 Collection/Model: Jasmine Tookes

Don’t you believe it for ONE SECOND.


[Photo Credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images,]

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  • Reneesance

    At first I thought there were candy canes all over that dress.  And I thought, well, it’s festive?

  • Tatiana Luján

    why does it look so wrinkled? Is it too tight? I love it on the model.

    • Jessica Rowe

      I totally agree. It’s too tight. I love the colours and I love it on the model!  It looks a right mess on her.

      • Tatiana Luján

        The colors are what I like most about the dress.

      • I think the length on the model has something to do with it.  Shortening it up to her hoohaa threw the proportions all off on this dress.

        • I agree, also the colours look much better against the model’s skin. Kristen’s too fair and there’s not enough contrast.

    • Yeah the length of the model’s dress is much nicer.

      • Tatiana Luján

        yeah, it is.

        • Agree, the length she chose makes it look cheap.  Also prefer the model’s shoes.

        •  Right? But *of course* she had to shorten it, because the original version was just too demure.

          It’s funny how much I like the original, because on paper, it’s just made of wrong. I think the model’s skin tone looks better with that dress (and I really do like the colors.)

      •  Yeah – this is one instance where she did not need to have it shortened to make it more “her”. And those shoes upset me.

    • J. Preposterice

      yes.  go up a size, girl!

      • Lori

        Yes. She should have left the original length, or at the very least not shortened it so much, but it’s also too tight.

      • adnama79

         Go up a size in the dress, down a size in the shoes.

    •  Too tight and too short

  • RzYoung

    I knew you boys wouldn’t be able to resist this one! Have you even had your coffee and woken the cats yet !?! Seriously though, this is one of those outfits that just illustrates how tiny models are, because i’m sure Miss Stew is TINY yet this makes her look…well it’s unflattering and generally dreadful!

    • Annabelle Archer

      Right! I saw this on Daily Mail and had to rush right over to see if the opinions I look forward to the most had come down yet.

      “What would TLo think?” I ask myself that question nearly every day.

      • RzYoung

        Me too! WWTLoT? 🙂

        • Vera L-

          as do I. Some times I come across a photo that makes me squee with a combination of horror and joy because I *need* to know what they think about it. 

        • twocee

          Someone should create a bumper sticker.

          • Little_Olive

            It should just be a line you can throw at people in questionable outfits: “honey, WWTLoT”? 

        • That needs to be on a t-shirt. 

        • warontara

          This is exactly what goes through my mind when I get dressed in the mornings.

  • Funny.  On the model the dress looks downright ladylike.  Rip a couple of inches off the hem, add a scowl and rocker hair, and it’s suddenly naughty.  

    •  Well, I’m not sure I’d go so far as “ladylike” (although the gloves do go there), but it is a tad less unseemly on the model.  Miss Kris can add these photos to her “what not to wear” look book, which is growing by leaps and bounds this year.

    • Introspective

      lets not forget the neon pumps which really take this already questionable ensemble a bridge too far…

  • Wendy Wetzel

    Ginormous epic fail.  The fit is terrible, looks like she threw a lace tablecloth over her gym clothes ….

    • Light blue granny panties and a light blue granny bra with a sheer overlay covered in ugly orange dots and matching shoes.

      FUGLY on steroids.

  • Holy mother of God. That is AWFUL. And she’s standing there trying her best not to look pleased with herself…she really gets on my nerves.

  • Too small. Too short. Too hiddy. 

  • clatie

    I thought the thing about candy canes, too!  It looks like vaguely tasteful christmas lingerie.  Also, how irritating must it be to wear high heels that are 2 sizes too big for you?  No wonder she looks annoyed.

  • Funkykatt

    It looks like a PR All-Star unconventional outfit from last night and I think she’d be sent home. 

  • Damn, she was doing so well and then this?
    Kinda cute dress, totally wrong season

    • Aurumgirl

       But really, what season would be appropriate?  This is one of those outfits that she’ll look back on in a few years and wonder what the hell she was thinking at the time.

  • zenobar

    This is straight up ridiculous.  Like some 1930s B-list director’s idea of Fashions of the Future.  Having said that, it’s probably a great editorial look, but in practical application – well.  There’s really no practical application for this, is there?

  • MoHub

    Did someone forget to put clothes on over her underwear?

  • lolwutisthis

  • Vanessa McKinney

    It’s a dress in the back and underpants up front?  Reverse mullet dress. 

    • Kimbolina

      Yeah, I’m trying to figure out how this thing even works.  Is it a solid back/sheer front dress with shorts under it?  Is it like a romper with the sheer thing just stuck to the front…?  What is this thing??

      • l_c_ann

        The back is two solid pieces of fabric( with an exposed white zipper) that are the same as the granny pants/bra fabric that shows in the front.  There is no shear fabric in the back.  sort of as if they had two different fashions, someone got drunk and sewed the wrong back to the front that she’s wearing.

  • She had to freeze her little ass right off. When it’s so damn frigid in NYC, going out in your undies and a veil is going to get you pneumonia.

  • lalagigi

    I know she is a grown woman, but outfits like this make me want to cry “Your mother let you leave the house like this?”

    • Little_Olive

      I don’t think she is (or deserves to be called) a grown woman. Girlfriend seems more confused than Brit-brit.

      • She’s 22 years old.

        • Little_Olive

          I am not clear on whether you agree or not, but I meant to say, at that age you are not a grown woman (I think modern psychology places the end of adolescence at 26). 

          •  I think it’s incredibly degrading to classify a twenty-two year old as “not a grown woman.” A twenty-two year old is not a “girl.”

          • Little_Olive

            Why is it degrading? It is not meant to imply that she is immature, in the sense that maturity is a relative concept -i.e., you’d have to compare her with others her age. If, for instance, she were getting married, wouldn’t you feel she may be too young? 

            I myself at 22 did not feel “fully grown” anyway. 

          • It’s pretty condescending to say a 22-year old with a successful career doesn’t “deserve” to be called a grown woman, when anyone her age can marry, vote, serve in the armed forces and attain a Bachelor’s degree by that age.

          • Little_Olive

            Wow, I dind’t expect so much reaction to this (which is perfect, ’tis what we are here for, no?).  

            To sum it up, I guess I see adulthood as more of an attitude, the way someone carries themselves, than their age or accomplishments.  And I see absolutely nothing wrong in coming across adolescent in your early 20s.   

          • ecallaw1977

            I know you didn’t mean it negatively, but when I got out of college at
            22 and was hired on as a manager, I would have been incredibly annoyed
            if someone had treated me as if I wasn’t “fully grown.”  I was married by 23 (my husband was 21) and a mother by 25, and I really didn’t think of us as being very young to be married with kids. It’s pretty common at that age.

      •  She also has the excuse of being 22.  And if I was getting slammed for being a ‘ho every time I turned around, I’d be as over the top about it as possible too.

        • formerlyAnon

           Yup. I wore some odd, sometimes downright outre stuff at 22 – and I have fairly conservative tastes and never had remotely the range of clothing and accessories available to me that she has.  Can anyone else remember what the leading lights of the club scene(s) were wearing in the early ’80s? And, yes, this is red carpet, not a dance club – but as rebellion/attention-getting, her choices are pretty tame.

          •  When I was in high school, a rumor about my personal life got spread around.  I came in the next day in a black tee with rhinestones spelling out “i do bad things” and pleather pants.  I don’t go in for public shaming.

          • formerlyAnon

             Bwahahahah! For the sake of the nation, I hope your kids got a hefty dash of your personality.

    • Rebecca Jay

      Especially since it looks like she is playing dress-up with Mommy’s shoes.

  • miagain

    The side view confuses me…

    • l_c_ann

      Elsewhere I saw a full on view from the back which looks like a conventional shift dress with all the ususal darts.  Not a hint of showing underwear or of shear.

  • almondemy

    She looks like a rejected Rockette.

    •  Yes!  THIS!

  • Annabelle Archer

    Now she’s just fucking with us, right?  I mean, let’s just go full on 90s Madonna, or not so recent past Gaga, and just walk around in granny knickers and a robe.

    The only – ONLY – way that ridiculous dress “works” is longer and on a woman of color.  Any color other than pasty white, that is.

  • E D

    Short, tight, and sheer – pick two.  And I hate the shoes.

  • SewingSiren

    Difficult. And  unsuccessful.

  • Girl_With_a_Pearl

    She’s out in public wearing nothing but a bra and granny panties with some sheer crap over it and orange shoes that are too big for her.  

  • Stefanos Mantyla

    “I can’t help but feel I forgot something…”

  • Pants_are_a_must

    Hideous whatever-this-is, hideous hair, hideous make up. Shoes that deserve better wearers.

    Yep, she’s class all over.

  • I started Laughing right away.  I’m still laughing.  I may be laughing all day.

    • DTLAFamilies

      Me too. Literal guffaws.

    • formerlyAnon

       The shoes are just kind of the cherry on the sundae, aren’t they? They totally complete the “three girlfriends killing an afternoon at a really well-stocked Goodwill” impression.

  • Monday1900

    Do you guys have a “Top 10 Worst Looks of 2012” list?  Because this is headin’ to number one with a bullet!  I think the shoe color is particularly inspired.

  • Needs to be longer and less tight, then I would applaud her because I actually think it is a stunning look on the model.

  • Jessica O’Connell

    This is cracktastic. Awful.

  • GorgeousThings

    She looks like a low-end hooker. Shortening the skirt to mid thigh is bad. The heels make it even more egregious.

  • The colors are great on here – but the fit is terrible. It’s a shame. If they had fit this to her more like the model, I would have LOVED it.

  • oh dear.

  • Beardslee

    What a dumb thing to wear at Christmastime.  Fashion/stylist victim, that’s first and foremost what I see.

  • Kayceed

    Woowee that’s one ugly frock.

  • jw_ny

    perfect outfit for pole dancing…

  • Instant yeast infection!

  • Ceur

    I just love it when skinny pretty rich girls with access to all designer clothes look this bad, because they actually have to try hard to do it, and she’s excelled.

  • Little_Olive

    That is LITERALLY a half-assed look.

    Who cut the dress that high?
    Who decided only the front deserved some interest?
    Who’s assessment was it that she wasn’t presenting herself as slutty enough?  

  • Judy_J

    Suddenly, nothing but see-thru for Miss Stewart.

  • jcars

    I’m really not sure this transparent look she’s been working lately is a great PR move in light of the gossip surrounding her. I feel like I haven’t seen her in something that both covers her midriff and isn’t see through since last spring.

    I really don’t care for the runway version of this either, but hacking off the bottom and adding neon heels manages to make it infinitely more tacky. And looking at how Kirsten Dunst was dressed for the same event makes it look even worse. It’s December in January, Kstew! You can’t just wear your underwear outside.

  • marigi

    She doesn’t have the type of body for this dress, and I think she’s the perfect example to prove that the idea that if you’re skinny everything will fit you well is very very wrong. I’m not saying she’s ugly, because it would be ridiculous, but she is neither full-shaped (Eva Mendez) nor angular (Rooney Mara). In some ways her’s is a very young physique, it almost looks as if she’s a tween that still has to develop, and these dresses require either a lot of filling or the body of a ballerina. She looks much better in trousers o long gowns, or really basic shapes.

  • It was better at the longer length.

    That said, I do believe the attention annoys her.  I also believe that she’s decided to just go with it — “if you’re going to harass me, then I might as well have fun.  And if you’re going to label me a slut, I might as well wear as little as possible.”  

    • DTLAFamilies

      If she is annoyed by the attention, all she has to do is stop working for a year or two, stop attending public events, stop giving interviews. In other words, stop feeding the beast. She has enough money to support herself for the rest of her life, so it wouldn’t be an economic hardship for her to just go away. But instead she’s signed up for a Balenciaga contract and the Snow White and the Huntsman sequel, so you have to presume that she does indeed want the attention. Actions speak louder, etc.

      • formerlyAnon

        My life is full of things that annoy me which are the inevitable and forseeable downsides of decisions I’ve made and would make again.  I’m just not 22 years old with interviewers bending over backwards to get me to spout off about my life.  And I can only thank God on my knees that nobody WAS interviewing me at that age. To say I cringe at what I’d have said is a major understatement

      •  Yes, she should IMMEDIATELY give up her chosen career path and turn down a fuckton (somewhere between a standard ton and a metric) money.  If you want to be an film actress with a lot of options as to your roles, you have work and you have to do it while you still have some name recognition.  And spare me the “she could do theater” argument — theater and film are totally different things, and there’s nothing wrong with gravitating toward one or the other.  Not to mention that theater doesn’t pay anywhere near as well and there’s nothing wrong with wanting to make what you can while you can.

        • jcars

           She doesn’t have to give up her career. But acting as if there’s no way to be a successful film actress other than appearing on more magazine covers than ANY of her peers (and NYMag actually broke down the numbers on that), signing on for fashion endorsements, and showing up at multiple premieres in seethrough dresses does not scream “I want to maintain a low-key, respected film career”. She wants to be a STAR. She just thinks it’s uncool to admit it. She’s more overexposed than Emma Stone, Emma Watson, Jennifer Lawrence, Rooney Mara, etc. And yet they’re all doing better in their actual careers than she is.

  • Janet B

    If you are going to wear a sheer dress over shorts and a bra, I don’t think the length of the dress is relevant.

    This outfit will keep me laughing most of the day.

    • l_c_ann

      But the back half of it IS half a dress.

  • PeggyOC

    OMG, I can’t believe she shortened the hem on this.  No, wait.  Yes I can.  Sweetheart, your legs are not as good as you think they are.  NO ONE’S legs are as good as you think yours are.  Put it away.

  • I’ve decided that I think she is just constantly screwing with everyone. 🙂 I kind of like it if that is the case.

  • Tamara Hogan

    f you have to squint at someone’s crotch to verify that they aren’t flashing the good china… ugh.

    This garment is very unforgiving in both fit and fabric. If a 100 lb. actress and her stylists can’t pull it off, I don’t think it would look good on anyone.  Maybe Elle Fanning, three years ago.

    • l_c_ann

      I can see this on Ru Paul, in a slightly larger and longer size. 

  • SapphoPoet

    I like the colors, but this really looks trashy. She shouldn’t have shortened the skirt–big mistake. And the shoes could be seen from space.  

  • belfebe

    I love that getup on her!  And I <3 the shoes!

  • mmc2315

    Agreeing….the version on the model is MUCH better.  Not only the length & fit on the model, but the colors are more flattering against the model’s dark skin.

    An obvious OUT, even though we’re not officially voting.

  • Cristian Valenzuela

    This is such a GIRL, THATS NOT YOUR DRESS moment.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    utterly cringe worthy, and those shoes set my teeth on edge….

  • I’ve never seen her look so good. I mean, the outfit is stupid, but she looks great.

  • quiltrx

    Up a size, dear.  This looks super-tacky being so tight and short.  I actually do think these outfits are an expression of her ‘angst’ at pole-dancing…the longer it goes on, the worse the outfits get.  It’s like “oh yeah?  you want me at another event?  Just WAIT til you see what I wear!”

    It’s funny how it goes from “oddly prissy partial nudity” on the model to “stripper getting off her shift” on K Stew. 

  • She’s a lovely girl but polished and prim isn’t her look. AND YES, I KNOW. The transparent front is the opposite of prim, but that dress was meant for prim styling, not a slouch, a gyno skirt hem and last night’s slept-in make-up. 

  • bookish

    I swear this is the ugliest, most unflattering outfit I have ever seen featured on this site. I’ll be bookmarking this for those days when I really need something to chuckle over.

  • ojosazules

    Wow. This looks like a joke. Bad bad.

  • suzq

    Why did she have it shortened?  She was trying to be “risky” like her character in the movie.  Instead, she doesn’t even come off as risque. 

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    She’s the prettiest girl in the trailer park.

    • l_c_ann

      Some trailer parks have standards and she wouldn’t be allowed in by the pool there. (There used to be a billboard in Florida that touted “Double wide elegance at single wide prices”.)

  • Dot

    Good God, this is stupid looking. I don’t even hate the dress on the model, but shortening it so dramatically kills the look. And could it possibly be any tighter? I can only imagine how bad the “modified” version looked while sitting down.

  • alyce1213

    Whoa!  A December entry for worst outfit of the year.  This is for laughs, right?

    • Qitkat

      The Fug Girls are probably already busy seeding her for March Madness.

      • Snailstsichr

         Until I saw this, I thought Justin Beiber was a shoe-in. And speaking of shoes, what is going on with the gigantic shoes?

  • ha, ha, ha, ha…nothing like starting off the day with a good laugh.

  • leave_Blake_alone

    Love the shoes. Everything else is hiddy.

  • Jenna621


  • Corsetmaker

    She does know she’s not actually pole-dancing, doesn’t she?!

    Actually I like it on the model. I like the size, the length and it works on darker skin.
    But if I was Erdem I’d put a block on her getting anywhere near my clothes ever again. It looks ridiculously trashy on her and looks like it would rip as soon as she attempts to sit down!

  • decormaven

    Way to make a designer piece look cheap, trashy and tacky. The day-glo heels are a special tacky touch. If this is a professional stylist’s work, his/her credentials should be pulled. 

  • frederieke

    I’m probably the only one, but I love the shoes. Neon everything please.

  • IMNAngryLiberal

    Kirsten Stewart, see-through skanky, of course.

  • She looks like a baby hooker. (I apologize for insulting any actual baby hookers with this comparison.)

  • MarissaLG

    WAYY too short!! On the model it looks provocative and sexy and on KStew it looks like undies. 

  • guest2visits

    Well the neon shoes are killer, but the Erdem dress is a joke – especially the way she’s wearing it.  What works on the RW….
    Now she’s a hostess for the Vegas breakfast buffet.  Stay away from the eggs.

  • stubbornthoughts

    What IS it, I wonder?

  • traceyishere

    That dress is awful on her and the shoes make her look like a prostitute.

  • EEKstl

    Oh, WHATEVS, Miss K-Stew!  She annoys the SHIT out of me.  Not that this has anything to do with her, but I do love the shoes and the color combo of ice blue and orange is actually stunning: Using the blue satin as a total liner, and with a normal length this dress would actually be beautiful.

  • KatieKissinger

    Better on the model, but I’m not a fan of a sheer dress over shorts.  The color isn’t working for her at all.

  • Qitkat

    I hate this dress, and yet? Ivy?, this is how you do it. On the model that is, not Kristen. Her version makes me speechless.

  • TieDye64

    Hoooooochie mama.

  • formerlyAnon

    Such LOVELY fabric spent on such an unflattering and unattractive dress! I don’t like the model’s version any better.

    It’s such an awkward “1940s women’s sexy summer poolside picnic” cut from the front. Neither fabric nor ironic modern eyes can save it.

  • Sara__B

    This little outfit of enormous WTFness really accentuates her bad posture. 

  • Imasewsure

    Love the shoes but not with this dress (or half-dress anyway). The model’s version is terrific. KStew’s doesn’t fit and should have been inches longer… girl needs a wider wheelhouse!

  • shawnhunter

    i know this sounds crazy, but it actually looked way better in person (i was lucky enough to get a ticket to see the premiere through my school, still crying about it). walter salles introduced the cast and kristen walked right by me and to me it just looked like she was wearing an ice blue dress with a kind of sheer overlay to it. and i guess the dress had crystals on it or something because she was literally SPARKLING.

    • formerlyAnon

       So interesting to hear this! I wonder if the fact that one could see more of the back of the dress most of the time changed the impression in person, as well as the sparkles.

  • marilyn

    Why isn’t the overlay on the back too?  It starts out looking kind of cheesy, and that raises it to the level of total tacky.  There is nothing good about this.  

  • pugluv

    How does a girl that tiny manage to look chunky? Such a horrible fitting, completely unflattering, hideous dress.  I think she has a mirror phobia because if she had taken a glance in one, she would have run back to the hotel to change.

  • B_C_J

    Tasteless and the glow-in-the-dark shoes need to be thrown away.

  • tereliz

    Did I miss her people announce K-Stew’s newest role as a young Esther Williams? 

    Also, where is the matching bathing cap? Covering her head would be a distinct improvement. 

  • kategs

    Good lord little girl, go home and put some clothes on!

  • She seems like an introvert. Who gives a fuck if she preens less than that girl from glee? I find it refreshing. This whole thing is bullshit and she’s successful despite being able to not be a feminized doll version of herself with a plastic immobile smile. #goodthings #fuckyeah

  • roadtrip1000

    Is it just my imagination or aren’t there really a lot of crappy designers out there?

    • mike__tv

      With all the talented writers out there, why are there so many bad books! Bad movies, Bad clothes etc. 

  • poggi

    Why shorten the sheer skirt over panties?  I mean it’s sheer–your legs will show.

  • poggi

    Look, it’s a pissy Annette Funicello–beach blanket bitchiness.

  • Jesus Christ, Kristen Stewart, it is DECEMBER.

  • dsco3031

    At first I only saw it from the chest up and thought it was adorable. Then… I saw the rest of it.

  • It’s almost tolerable at the full length; but shortened it’s just trampy.

  • MilaXX

    fug in every incarnation.

  • Jillaine13

    Maybe if she had worn the gloves……? No, nothing except a match or scissors could fix this (not with her in it).  

  • bertkeeter

    White trash!

  • Anathema_Device

    This is one the ugliest, most ridiculous get ups I’ve seen in a long time. I hate every single thing about it.

  • Zippypie

    I wasn’t going to look at this post.  But then I did.  I really should pay more attention to my intuition.

  • elzatelzabelz

    I can’t believe this is actually called a dress. It’s more like a beach cover up with colorful shoes. At least her hair is brushed, in a ponytail, but brushed.

  • Nonmercisansfacon

    Slow clap! Exactly how I felt! 

  • nannypoo

    She’s such an ass. I can’t stand anything about this unpleasant, talentless young woman.

  • margaret meyers

    As they say in architecture, “Queen Anne front, Maryann back.” 
    Is that net fabric SO expensive they can’t carry the effect all the way around the dress? It looks so cheesy to have the fancy front and the plain ol’ back.    

  • Call me Bee

    Wow that really hurts my eyes.  And the shoes, too. 

  • Alice Tram

    What’s up with her ruining dresses ? It seems that whatever she wears she make it look cheap . I think she look amazing in pants and I actually really like her street style but her red carpet choices are awful . 

  • littlemac8

    Ridiculous and heinous!  

  • Polka_Dotty

    Embarrassingly, I have never heard of this designer before, and I assumed the name was an anagram.

    Is she wearing standard-issue women’s underwear? A bralet (thank you, Josh) and granny panties? Maybe I should explain, in the 1960s when I was in high school, I was wearing underwear — bra, panty girdles — that looked exactly like this. It was just the normal underwear that my mom wore, and I wore similar styles. Or are these supposed to be “tap pants”? I can’t figure out exactly what garments she’s actually wearing.

  • WittyCism

    Hahaha!!!  I loved this post!  Now THAT’s Entertainment!

  • pulpytomato

    Nothing fits (the dress, the shoes). I can’t believe she looked in a mirror before she went out – this isn’t flattering.

  • Mazenderan

    Hideous all round.

    Why does she always give off a ‘stroppy 14 year-old’ vibe?  I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone else who can so adeptly give the impression of a lousy attitude via photographs.

  • barbarienne

    My entire reaction: ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME.

    Oh, KStew, I so want to like you. You were doing so well for a moment there.

  • kaycem

    those shoes are to die, and perfect with the dress.

  • CarolinLA

    I think she’s a pretty good actress but damn she was dull on The Daily Show the other day.  I never understand why people go on talk shows and then make the host drag every word out of them.  You’re an actor – ACT like you’re glad to be there.

  • Jenny Bee

    A little tact and wise management may often evade
    resistance, and carry a point, where direct force might be in vain.

  • HobbitGirl

    Ugh. It’s hideous and wildly unflattering. Any dress that can make KStew look like she has a pudgy tummy should be outlawed.

  • pugluv

    I was not familiar with Erdem, so I went and looked at the S/S 2013 and A/W 2012 collections and there are some really beautiful classy clothes in those collections.  It appears that KStew and her stylist picked the most unflattering dress in the collection and made it even worse by shortening the hem and having her wear it in a size and a half too small.  What were they thinking????

  • ChristinaRi

    Please.  You think she wants to be left alone?   No, I want to be left alone.  I don’t want to see pictures of her and her dead-eyed tawdriness.     

  • siriuslover

    I kind of like the longer version. And the waist band looks folded under on K-Stew. That’s the kind of thing that happens to people like me, not to a starlet on a red carpet.

  • Trisha26

    LOL to everything.

  • Elleachaudaucul

    She is gorgeous, though.

  • I love it on the model. On Kristen, I chortled. Oh my gosh, the shoes. The silly, silly shoes. What ruination.

  • Those neon shoes make her skin look grey.

  • Grandma panty chic.

  • Kathy_Marlow

    Had this dress been fully lined with the blue, I’d be completely in love with the whole look.  But as is, horrific. (love the hair and makeup and shoes but the dress…the dress)

  • I get your joking but in all honesty that’s just such a dangerous statement to put out there. A girl who doesn’t mind wearing revealing clothing LIKES the attention she gets. And if she says differently what? She asked for it. 

  • KQ67

    That “dress” is just bad. It looks like someone put a see-thru apron over their ’60s bathing suit. There’s no one that would look good on.