Jennifer Morrison in Dolce&Gabbana

Posted on May 02, 2013

‘Once Upon A time’ star Jennifer Morrison attends the world premiere of ‘The Great Gatsby’ in New York City in a Dolce&Gabbana dress accessorized with House of Lavande jewelry.



[Photo Credit: Getty]

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  • appliquer

    Lace tablecloth.

  • Nope. Not working for me. The dress is a bundle of cliches.

    • StellaZafella

      …A lacework of nondescript.

      • Perfect!!! And it’s beige on top of everything else.

    • drdarke

      I don’t think it’s a horrible ensemble, @kiltdntiltd:disqus – but, yeah, it’s a peach lace dress with white shoes so it’s really uninspired.

      I hope she was DiCaprio’s date, so they could be the “Yeah, we didn’t put any effort into our clothes” couple….

  • Wow. Awful dress, looks like the drapery in the room my grandfather died in. The shoes do not help and the clutch is blah.

  • aeb1986

    MY EYES! They’re burning! This is just….awful.

  • Again with the D&G lace dresses. It’s making her look hippy and the shoes are too freakin’ big, again. It’s bland and blah and washes her out. Go home and try again.

    • Lori

      In her case trying again almost certainly wouldn’t help at all. Whatever she changed into would be different, but almost certainly not better. She pretty much never dresses well. She’s just one of those people who apparently has very poor taste and is unwilling to hire a stylist.

    • 3boysful

      Not to mention that it’s not fitting her well. The shoes are an abomination.

    • it simply doesn’t look good on her.

  • Deb_Lynn

    I like all of the colors she’s wearing, but I don’t like the dress or shoes one bit. I almost was okay with the dress, but the hoof shoes destroy it.

  • hughman

    Eunice in “Mama’s Family”.

    • 3boysful

      You are so right!

    • ItsDicey


  • nannypoo

    That is a bad dress, but those shoes are just plain ugly. I can’t think of one good thing to say about this entire display.

    eta: She has pretty eyebrows.

    • Anne At Large

      I will fight for the jewelry. Just with a completely different ensemble.

  • Bland

  • Those are some seriously ugly shoes.

  • Nonmercisansfacon

    Dear Goddess, no. A dress made with my grandma’s lace old bras.

  • j_anson

    A) Why does everyone in Hollywood want to be a blonde, whether it suits them or not?
    B) What was she THINKING with those shoes?

    • Funkykatt

      I agree, she looks MUCH better with dark hair.

      • YoungSally

        She’ll be starring as Kathie Lee in whatever Kathie Lee’s latest project (follow up to Scandalous) will be.

        • formerlyAnon

          “as Kathie Lee”? **AS** Kathi Lee? Meaning Kathie Lee has an autobiographical project?

          I pray I misinterpret. She’s not that interesting and she’s not close enough to death to be an icon whose witness to Our Times must be given a platform.

          • YoungSally

            I certain hope KLG doesn’t have a new project…or at least given how long it took for her to get Scandalous to bway….that we won’t be exposed to it. That said, if she does take up another project – JM can play KLG with her ultra blonde hair.

  • I think the worst thing is the accesorizing. Green earring, silver clutch and white pumps, nothing that goes with a cream colored dress.

  • Ruth Preston

    It looks like Daisy is judging her accessories in the fifth shot.

  • Sarah

    What’s with the unhemmed edges? Did D&G think raw hacked up drapery lace would be edgy? It looks frikkin’ terrible.

  • SugarSnap108

    Dreary, unflattering dress. Yet the shoes are worse.

  • crash1212

    Back in the 70’s my amateur seamstress mother got a “pattern” for a table cloth dress – it was all the rage back then – get a round table cloth, cut some slits, pipe the slits with bias tape, sew up the sides – et voila – dress! Of course hers cost probably less than $20 and the one on display above cost at least double that I would imagine.

  • Jennifer Morrison, trying out for the Andrews Sisters about a century too late.

    • Lori

      I’m pretty sure the Andrews Sisters would tell her, “Oh honey, no.” They all had better taste than this.

  • oatmealpie

    I can see your bra!

  • Blair Sylvester

    have to admire her thrift she clearly took the widows weeds from the death of her last husband and dyed them off white for her wedding to her next husband. (fun fact the dingy dress matches the once ivory linens from her wedding some odd years ago) She is ambivalent about remarriage but those tacky stripper heels don’t buy themselves.

  • conniemd

    I love, love, love Jennifer Morrison, but she always seems to need some serious gay styling help on the red carpet. She always makes me hold my head in my hands and moan.

  • I nominate her for Most Consistently Awful 2013.

  • AlisonS

    She looks so old. So dated? Like she’s been in a box in your grandma’s attic since 1949….

  • conniemd

    To add to my prior comment, Jennifer, you are the wholesome, good girl next door. Own that look. You can be chic and tasteful without being blah,dowdy and colorless. Wear some cheerful colors and prints. You can be wholesome AND fun at the same time. Take a risk. Hire some gays, please.

  • Anniebet

    Schlumpy, tacky, and just plain unfortunate.

  • Imasewsure

    Daisy can’t even look at her, that dress is so ugly! Ugly shape, ugly color… ugly ugly ugly

  • Imasewsure

    What is JM doing in Maggie G’s vow renewal dress anyway?

    • formerlyAnon


  • why did she ruin her curtains? who spilled eggnog on her curtain dress? her living room windows must feel violated.

  • jw_ny


  • Those shoes are hideous and that dress makes her look thick. Ugh.

  • jmorino08

    Don’t look at me like that, Jennifer Morrison. You’re the one who left the house in a dress that looks like it belongs on my grandma’s dining room table. And I’m not the one who told you, “No! It looks fantastic? I don’t know what you mean by ‘makes me look like I have uniboob and no shape’! It looks FABULOUS!!” Clearly *that* person hates you. I, on the other hand loved you on House and am totally ambivalent now. Still, I’d do you better than that limp biscuit.

  • oh gawd….whyyyyyy????

  • demidaemon


  • MilaXX

    Is it ugly dress week? That dress makes her look lumpy & those shoes need to be burned.

  • hellkell

    I’m arsenic, and she’s wearing old lace.

    Saddest dress ever.

  • formerlyAnon

    This woman cannot dress herself to save her life. (I wanted badly to put that in all caps.)

    Actually, someone should forbid her from wearing anything but pants ever again. Because she seems to do marginally better in them. Though maybe that’s because 90-some per cent of her photos feature her wearing dresses, so she hasn’t really exercised her powers of evil over trousers fully.

    • She’s always a hot fucking mess. How does she go from her last red monstrosity to this?


  • Jessi03

    Is it Easter again?

  • quiltrx

    The dress looks cheap AND homemade…two things you never want to say about D & G.
    And those shoes need to be pissed on, then burned.

    • librarygrrl64

      “And those shoes need to be pissed on, then burned.”

      I would be happy to take care of that for you.

  • Sara h

    I understand that you are at an event that’s all about the 1920’s but you shouldn’t wear a dress that a 70 year old woman wore back then. And what was your stylist thinking when they paired that dress with those god awful shoes? If the dress had been black and those sleeves had been chopped off, maybe it would have been acceptable. Maybe. But probably not.

  • I LOATHE those shoes. The dress is interesting enough, but it could be a couple of inches shorter. And I would have liked to see some color somewhere (other than the lipstick).

  • H2olovngrl

    Good heavens, no! So not her dress! Now, in the spirit of saying something nice, her make-up looks awfully pretty though…

  • UGH. Someone get her a stylist immediately.

  • carnush

    Those shoes hurt my feelings.

    • librarygrrl64

      I want to hurt THEIR feelings.

  • Jennifer here successfully made her dress out of her grandmother’s lace table clothes.

    • Carol

      “Successfully” might be too strong of a word here…

  • Carol

    No. Just… no.

  • ovarB

    I inherited my Grandmother’s ecru color lace tablecloth and it looked exactly like this. Oy!!

  • Kristy Evans

    I literally just said aloud, “Oh dear.”

  • PastryGoddess

    Oh Honey No!

  • MarissaLG

    A little too costumey for my taste, considering the occasion.

  • I wore a green version of this dress on stage when I played Myrtle Mae in “Harvey.” So… no, Jennifer Morrison. Bad choice!!

    • librarygrrl64

      Hahaha! I just played Veta last year. That would be a PERFECT Myrtle Mae dress!!!

  • stubbornthoughts


  • Hideous.

  • tereliz

    Gah, this woman is 33 and has the greatest body, why is she dressing like a mother of the bride? Just because it’s Dolce doesn’t make it good, Jennifer! And matchy bag AND shoes! I give up on her. At least her head looks good.

  • jetpackdino

    I assume this is from D&G’s 1993 Sunday School collection.

  • I am reminded of m tea-length wedding dress from 1984

  • ItsDicey

    OMFG my eyes! Will they ever recover?

  • TheAmericaness

    I think my grandmother was buried in this.

  • kathrineb

    Dress looks really cheap woa… it really is a horrid dress!

  • librarygrrl64

    As if the dress weren’t bad enough, THOSE SHOES!!!!! I thought nothing to could out-abominate the white pump, but we have a winner. I want to put them in a skeet-shooter and fire off a hundred rounds into them.

  • The dress is a giant doily, but the hair is what’s really killing me.