IN or OUT: Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Zac Posen at ELLE’s Women in Television Celebration

Posted on January 23, 2014

We can’t take our eyes off this dress.


“Witches of East End” star Jenna Dewan-Tatum attends ELLE’s Annual Women in Television Celebration in West Hollywood, California in a Zac Posen metallic dress from the Spring 2014 collection paired with an Oroton clutch, Brian Atwood shoes, and EF Collection jewelry.

Zac Posen Spring 2014 Collection

We don’t know who made it (EDIT: now we do), but the colors and shape are so unusual that we keep coming back to these pictures. But because we hate the shoes and because we’re not sure what to think of the dress, we’re leaving it all up to y’all. Like we said, we like the colors and there’s some interesting shaping, which sometimes tends toward unfortunate shaping, but it’s definitely different, and you’ve gotta at least give her props for that.





Bitter Kittens make the call:

IN! You’re right, T Lo! Interesting!

OUT! Am I just supposed to ignore the fabric labia?


We knew pretty much how the voting was gonna go on Julia Robert’s crotch-weird pantsuit, but we just wanted to hear y’all say it (much like this post). It was roundly voted OUT by the Kittens Who Are Bitter.




[Photo Credit: Getty Images, IMAXtree]

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  • Eovaai

    IN. The shoes are horrific but this is just cute and lovely.

  • kimmeister

    In for being interesting in shape, and for the fabric not washing her out despite being varying shades of beige.

  • Jess Collett

    Out, because I just… can’t…. stop…. staring… at the giant fabric vagina. And that takes my attention away from the positives of the dress.

    • conniemd

      I was going to say otherwise, but after I read your comment, I knew it had to be OUT, though it is interesting.

      • Jess Collett

        It’s a really beautiful dress. But that bow was just unfortunately designed.

    • Lizzy

      And….. now that’s all I can see.

    • amanda d

      I can forgive the cat-ear boobs but the giant fabric vagina is too much.

    • Spreecord

      Vagina butterfly. Out.

    • MoHub

      She’s wearing an anatomical chart.

    • TAGinMO

      I actually spent 5-10 seconds staring at the owl on her chest before I realized it also had a twat.

  • SarahVN

    So the fabric labia are indeed unavoidable, but I actually like the silhouette of this so much that I’m voting it IN. I also like the fabric.

  • TonyGo

    Ferengi ears bodice over fancy napkin folded skirt. No.

  • VicD

    I love the fabric, but her boobs have little kitten ears. I gotta go with a quiet ‘out’ rather than a screechy ‘OUT!!’.

  • ChelseaNH

    On the whole, it’s an out. The dress is interesting, but it’s not the right color for her, the shoes are terrible and the clutch is meh. Deepen the color palette on the dress and I’d go the other way.

    • Mousentrude

      Exactly. Out.

  • Sarah

    IN! I love the dress, just wish the shoes were silver peep-toes,

  • Jennifer Peters-Ahnberg

    I was IN until the fabric labia. Out. But I still think she’s adorable.

    • Madam Von Sassypants

      I’m IN despite the upholstery hoo-ha.

  • imperfectlaura

    It’s Zac Posen Spring 2014 Look 13.

    • Introspective

      Of course Zac was behind a labia made of drapery fabric!

      (If there was ever a Fashion Injustice League, he would be in it given the strange and overdone satiny stuff he puts out every awards season. Members could also include Peter Pilotto and the grand wizard Stella McCartney)

      I want to like it but between the lady parts origami and the bad accesories its an out.

  • Sarah

    In. I like it – it is a lovely fabric. Those shoes, however, should burn in the fiery pits of putty hell.

  • Kate4queen

    Out, its just too flesh colored and gives me unfortunate images.

  • flamingoNW

    In, in spite of the hideous shoes and hideous hair. Probably could have used a necklace too. But I really like the dress and it looks good on her.

  • formerlyAnon

    I usually don’t see or am not bothered by the crotch-accenting features that are so roundly criticized herein, so when I ask myself “Did they really not notice that fabric vagina right exactly there?” it’s gotta be an out. (Although if I could look at it with a more naive eye, it’d have been an easy in.)

  • I can take or leave the vagina/napkin origami dress, but her LIPSTICK. I need to figure out what shade that is. Because I WANT IT.

  • Malibufire

    In. At her worst she’s better than most at their best. But those shoes! Patent leather is the anti-Christ.

  • hughman

    “Imagine the world’s most beautiful flower, it’s petals gently opening.” – Karen Walker

    Now imagine this dress next to it.

    • Danielle

      Every time you make a Karen Walker reference, an angel gets it’s wings. <3

  • Jacob Bowen

    I’m not sure how I feel about the “illusion titbow” at the neckline, but I kinda like this dress. The fabric also reminds me of older ritzy hotel lobby couches, but the length saves it. In-ish

  • Tracy_Flick

    Well, if the fabric were a less fleshy shade, I don’t think it would be quite so vaginal. I think I’m going to give it an IN minus, based on the wonderfully flattering shape and fit, how great her face looks, and the OOOH LOOK SHINY clutch. The minus is for silly putty shoes, yoga hair, and anatomical vibe.

    • Constant Reader

      What you said. IN-minus for me, too. Thanks for making it so easy!

  • Brittany

    IN. The prettiness overwhelms the weirdness.

  • Huh. I can’t unsee either the fabric labia or the kitten ear boobs, but you know what? That’s one of the best fitted and most flattering strapless dresses I’ve seen in ages, especially for a woman who isn’t model flat. IN.

    • kimmeister

      The kitten ear boobs are an ingenious way to prevent the dreaded digging in to the armpits.

  • Love it! Want to know the designer too. One of those perfect dresses…memorable.

    • imperfectlaura

      Zac Posen Spring 2014 Look 13.

      • Oh, thank you! Not like I’ll be able to ever afford it, but good to know who/what I like…

  • MilaXX

    Modest IN for me. I like the dress but I thin her fake tan is a shade too orange. I think this dress would have looked better with a natural skin tone & a blue tone red lip. The folds don’t bother me as much as the skin nearly matching the dress does.

  • jonnyf8

    IN. Super-cute. Fabric Vagina? Some of you have dirty minds!

  • In_Stitches

    IN for Mrs. Potato. It’s a great shape in some soft, romantic tones. Love the messy hair. Wish she had some door knocker earrings to draw the focus up a bit, but we kittens can’t have everything.

    • @Biting Panda

      I wonder how their little tater tot is doing?

  • random_poster

    Out. I really do not like the fabric. I understand it needs to be stiff in order to handle the orgami-ness, but it makes me think of a vinyl couch.

  • judybrowni

    IN, but WTF is with those shoes?

  • Sabin

    The bodice looks like an angry Norwegian Forest Cat. Well, it looks like my angry Norwegian Forest Cat.

    But I’ve got to go with Out,, since cat-referential it may be the color is all washed out, and her hair is too messy for the angularity of the dress.

  • dalgirl

    I keep seeing owl eyebrows across the top.

  • DominoEstella

    IN. I love the dress, her face is gorgeous, the bag is eh, the jewelry is a no and the shoes are awful. I think a closed toe shoe would have been nice and with the style of this dress, matchy metallic would have worked for me. She’s gorgeous.

  • amian3

    In. The dress is lovely–the fabric! And it fits her so nicely and the color is great with her complexion. The bag is good to but the shoes do make me sad.

  • MissMariRose

    OUT. Napkin folding for upholstery fabrics.

  • marlie

    In, despite the lame shoes and the yoga hair. The dress is rather interesting.

  • DTLAFamilies

    In, despite bad shoes and labial folds, it’s got a Marie Antoinette vibe to it and she looks so pretty.

  • ashtangajunkie

    Tepid IN. I love the fit and colour, and her face looks great. But those shoes hurt my feelings.

  • Alloy Jane

    In. It’s just too darling on her, shape- and color-wise. But the fabric labia is a mite distracting. Shoes are bad too. But still, it’s an In for me.

  • In. It’s not an IN, because of the shoes.

  • Pterodactyl111

    In. I am choosing to ignore the fabric labia.

  • In. I like it.

  • Sylvia

    The bodice looks like frowny boob-eyebrows. Out.

    • Imasewsure

      Well stated… “frowny boob-eyebrows” deserves repeating…

  • mmebam

    The details here and there are weird, but the overall effect is pleasing, so I’m going to vote yes.

  • teensmom99

    IN. Not any where near a WERQ but (a) I’m okay with hapkin folds (b) I’m okay with brocades and (c) she looks gorgeous and while she isn’t elevating the dress like one of the goddesses (like Cate or Queen Helen), she looks beautiful and that should count for something.

  • @Biting Panda

    In. Luv huh.

  • unbornfawn

    IN. The dress is darn cut and suits her. She is suffering from some poor styling. The shoes are boring and the hair is sloppy. She needed more dramatic earrings.

  • ojosazules

    She looks pretty cute. Not perfect, but In.

  • Blair Sylvester

    OUT, she has cat ears on her breasts and two big penises pointing toward her belly button. and after noting the patent nude shoes and the cheap hotel quilted bedspread fabric the defense rests its case

  • Hayley


  • BobStPaul

    Despite the upholstery fabric, it’s an in.

  • LaSylphide

    In (I’m pretending those shoes are from an alternate universe, so they aren’t her fault). Dress is different and cute, which is a big plus these days.

  • amanda lynn


  • Angel Ratliff

    In. Can’t help it… I think she looks great (if I ignore the shoes.)

  • Nicole Little

    Out because labia

  • rissa42210

    OUT! Am I just supposed to ignore the fabric labia?

  • deltabronze

    In! It’s pretty.

  • lunchcoma

    In. I hate the shoes, but I hate a lot of shoes. The fabric really wins me over.

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    In. Jenna’s making this work, despite the shoes.

  • Meri

    In, for the color.

  • Suse

    Not liking the blue breast veins or the shoes. In for the dress.

  • Susan Velazquez

    Out. That fabric looks like a table cloth. It is a good color for her though.

  • Charles

    IN. The shoes are hiddy and the fabric on the dress could look like a comforter used poorly but the shape on that is killer.

  • another_laura

    In! I’m giggling at the bodice wearing kitten-eye glasses. Would have liked a pretty, silver, sandal rather than those awful things.

  • ShaoLinKitten

    OUT because: couch upholstery labia, bed head hair, fugly shoes.

    • @Biting Panda

      Well when you put it like that…

      • ShaoLinKitten

        It’s actually the hair that put me over the edge. WTF is with that?

  • ailujailuj

    if you are staring, it’s a success. I just love her – she’s stunning and the dress is gorgeous – love her simplistic jewelry, the shoes – her eyes. it’s all lovely.
    I want to be her and tatum’s baby.

  • Jacqueline Wessel

    IN … Beautiful dress trumps bad shoes.

  • Jenna621

    In. It’s an interesting dress. Also: Jenna Dewan-Tatum is gorgeous.

  • Imasewsure

    I’m going to go toward a mild out for the reason stated by TLo “tends toward unfortunate shaping.”

  • IN. Love the dress, but WTF with that hair?

  • Lori

    In. A qualified In, but still an In. The shoes are bad, the hair needed to be better and the bodice sort of makes it look like her boobs have eyebrows. The colors and shape are interesting enough that I’m willing to give it to her though, if for no other reason that to encourage the risk-taking.

  • Tracey Magyar

    In. It’s adorable and I even like the shoes.

  • crash1212

    IN. I love the fabric and while it’s one of those complicated origami dresses, something about it is pleasing. It’s not overworked like so many of them are. I think the color is great on her. Not loving the color of the shoes…but I’m not sure what other color would work…silver metallic maybe?

  • rketeckt

    The flowers on the bodice plus the ears above the boobs look owl-like and the aforementioned labia is problematic. The fabric looks as if it would have been the upholstery on my granny’s boudoir chair. OUT.

  • Carly Clement

    IN! Wow…. what a super cute dress! and she has the perfect figure for it, she looks amazing in the dress! and her hair and make up are close to perfection (just need a slightly stronger eye) and yeah the shoes are a miss, but damn she rocks that dress! It would have been refreshing to see this dress in December… would have been a great metallic dress and much better than the funeral garb we got!

  • Elissa Malcohn

    In. I think it’s a great silhouette and fabric even with the origami vagina-kitty (which actually works for me here, thanks to the fabric texture and print). I can even sign off on the shoes. But the sparkling clutch is fighting with the dress; switching to black would work better for me.

  • Sensational. But yes, I hate those shoes too.

  • Coolekat

    Shoes tragic. Dress beautiful in a pixie fairyland way.

  • snarkykitten

    Anything that makes your boobs look like they’re flower petals about to fall off…not good!

  • Claudia Berry

    The shoes are nasty but otherwise an IN!!!

  • butterflysunita

    IN. Don’t love the shape of the dress, but overall she looks good.

  • Pennymac

    What has been seen cannot be unseen. Labia. OUT.

  • SorayaS

    I think she looks too good to be an out. Despite the plastic shoes which I would burn and the clutch which I can’t decide is tacky or not but doesn’t match regardless, I like the styling of the look. I love the delicate jewellery and gorgeous make up. It is a clean, classic, pretty look and the shoes and clutch (as hard as they try) just can’t take away from that. She looks lovely. IN.

  • LadyLuck777

    Out. Lengthen it and put a white blouse under it and you’ve got a Ren Faire outfit.

  • lizajane1776

    IN. The shoes are horrid with her skin tone, but they go with the dress. Although the fabric reminds me of my parents’ vinyl upholstery from the 1960’s. I better stop now, before I change my vote.

  • Monabel

    Yes, interesting. In.

  • AceOn6

    Out. Proportions are off and the fabric looks too much like upholstery for a wing chair.

  • altalinda

    In (but it’s winter, dear!)

  • demidaemon

    Um, makes me stare at her boobs like a kitten trying to figure them out. Strike 1. Hideous fabric. Strike 2. Fucked up silhouette. Strike 3. She’s already OUT, but I’m adding penalties for bad shoes and really bad hair.

    • Tatiana Luján

      it is such an ugly dress. The shape is ugly, the color is ugly, the texture of the fabric is for furniture, not for people.
      Plus, the bed hair and the ugly shoes (but the dress is so ugly I didn’t even care about the shoes)

  • quiltrx

    I feel like the downward angle of the pictures isn’t letting me assess this properly. But I’m going to give it a weak ‘in’. The shape is interesting, and I like the fabric if it were a bit less heavy.

  • trisker

    IN – love the dress. Shoes are unfortunate but she looks great.

  • Leah Elzinga

    her hairline is GREEN?! I thought it might be a trick of lighting, or my monitor, but for REAL the center of her hairline is GREEN in every pic! What in the name of Zeus is going on?

  • Jaye Tyler

    I can’t commit either way on the dress, but the make-up is so an IN for me. Best face she’s had in ages.

  • bellafigura1

    IN, if I avert my eyes from the shoes. They are epically bad.

  • minnye

    IN. Fresh & beautiful.

  • Lindylou

    Why is it automatically a bad thing for a dress to resemble labia? I think this one does so quite nicely. IN.

    • Generally speaking, one should try to avoid genitalia clothing if one wants to appear stylish. Most people wouldn’t ask “Why is everyone so upset that guy is dressed like a penis?”

      Having said that, because this is an “IN or OUT” post, there’s no “automatic” judgment going on here.

  • OUT. It looks like the vintage wrapping paper we used to wrap our front doors with at Christmas. Just no.

  • bailey

    the bodice is in but the skirt is out and the shoes are out. 2-1, OUT

  • Valdri8


  • Tricia

    IN. Normally I’m so bored by beige, but this works. Except for the shoes (you’re right of course).

  • Ashley Ellen Wilson

    oh in in IN!!

  • ThaliaMenninger

    That dress is ridiculously cute on her. Still hate the shoes, but she’s IN.

  • leahpapa

    IN. If it was good enough for Georgia O’Keeffe…

  • Lorelei_D

    sorry, OUT

  • Dagney

    Uh, hair? Brush? As in, she should get one? Club shoes are for the club.

    I won’t get started on the makeup.

  • Sara Hottman

    First thing I saw was labia, but she does look pretty. But genitals. Tepid out.

  • sienna elm

    I like the dress a lot, but it needs to be styled a whole lot better, and maybe on a different person. Not sure if that’s an ‘in’ or an ‘out’ – you tell me. 🙂

  • Reality TV Casting

    in its pretty even if the styling is bland

  • I cannot overlook a flesh colored labial pattern. The yoga class hair send me over the edge, though. O.U.T.

  • Natalie

    Why is this even up for debate? Super out!

  • Snailstsichr

    In – don’t like the shoes or clutch, but the dress is interesting and pretty and her makeup is lovely. The fabric is kind of odd, but it is working in this dress. I can’t imagine what else it might work with though.

  • allcapsERINN

    Love it.

  • gefeylich

    Out. Reminds me of grade school origami, and as such the dress is wearing her.

  • IN. Looking at these pictures has made me realise I only recognise JDT by her teeth. If she isn’t smiling I don’t know who she is.

  • In, I keep seeing an owl in the dress, which I much prefer to phantom lady parts

  • pookiesmom

    Love this. IN.

  • Annarosa

    dislike shoes and hairdo, but the dress is in!

  • Diego!

    This dress has such an odd butterfly shape that I like it more than I hate it. She is pulling it off! I hate the shoes though. It’s an IN to me!

  • maretha2

    IN. The fabric is pretty and the silhouette is pretty, bonus vagina notwithstanding. It also complements her skin tones, which is remarkable considering this color palette makes most people look consumptive.

  • E. D.

    OUT, it just seems like the wrong time of year for this. If it was summer and the labia weren’t there, I would probably answer differently.

  • phrenk

    The shoes are awful, but I’m still going with IN because the fit of the dress is really flattering on her and I love the shape.

  • Caitlin O’Brien

    She looks just plain pretty, and I can’t argue with that. Also, I don’t mind the shoes.


  • Sunraya

    Love the fabric, hate the vagina detail.

  • cindiaune

    I like the dress, but not on Jenna. I think Allison Williams could maybe wear it (or some very rich youngin for their senior prom?) but on Jenna it just doesn’t seem to work. She has such a beautiful face I think she needs to stay more simple and chic and use that face as her best accessory.

  • decormaven

    IN for the dress, but hon, if you wear those shoes again, it’s an automatic OUT, no matter the outfit.

  • BayTampaBay

    IN! LOVE IT! The fit is perfection!

  • GKaller

    IN! love it…except for the shoes.

  • ScarlettHarlot

    In – the dress sillouhette and color reminds me of an owl, and I love owls!

  • Corsetmaker

    Not too fussed on the fabric and don’t like the accessories. But I love the shaping, the construction is really intricate. I never, ever get the issue over decoration on the front of a dress, don’t even see it until someone says it :/ . I do think it’s sitting better on the model, further out on the hips. Perhaps some hip pads underneath to lift it on the model.

    • jtabz

      Yes! I think you are exactly right about these contentious front folds.

      (IN for me, btw. My biggest complaints are the shoes and the jewelry, which I think should have a little more oomph — and maybe some color. But I like the construction of this and actually dig the upholstery-style fabric.)

  • Jangle57

    So close to an in but the fabric labia and that weird ‘kitten ears’ (to quote another BK) push it into overdesigned territory so it’s an OUT

  • Jessica Freeman

    OUT. At any point where we use ‘fabric vagina’ to describe ones clothing that makes it an automatic out. Her face is killer, but that hair, what in the hell?

    And Jenna has claimed to read this blog, so bless her when she finds out we all pretty much agree she is wearing said fabric vagina.

  • carnush

    IN but hate the shoes. Black pointy pumps please!

  • CPK1

    Out because pointy boob flaps, labia folds and fugly shoes

  • jw_ny

    IN absolutely love the dress, fabric and shape, without the tit-wings tho. Of course the shoes are wrong. Overall very pretty.

  • mjude

    I think I will go with IN

  • Lee

    The dress is out, but her face is IN. I feel like she normally wears heavier eyeliner or something…her makeup seems different to me somehow. I think she looks lovely here.

  • Becky Deitrich

    Out. It’s all upholstery fabric vagina…

  • Yes, there’s a lot of unfortunate anatomical references here, but this is a great dress that is somehow successfully overcoming both that and the fact that the material is reminiscent of ’60s brocade curtains. Plus JDT looks really good in it. Great fit. The shoes are not wonderful but I don’t hate them. I wish she had gone for a different clutch–maybe that’s where the proverbial “pop of color” should have been deployed, rather than a blend-in metallic. Overall, she gets an IN from me. (But I bet I’m on the losing team on this one!)

  • Stella Zawistowski

    Her boobs have ears and…yeah, giant fabric labia, so no. OUT.

  • Sam Erin

    Out. You can do better, Mrs Channing Tatum.

  • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

    I was ok until I read the words “Fabric Labia.” And then I remembered that that fabric was on my Aunt Mildred’s drapes in 1974. OUT.

  • AmeliaEve

    IN – Georgia O’Keeffe on the red carpet. I love the floral jacquard with the flower shape of the dress. The colors and heavy fabric are very 1950s, which suits the Judy Jetson silhouette. In Norman Mailer’s 1955 book The Deer Park, he describes a contemporary living room as being decorated in “all the shades of face powder.” This reminds me of that.

  • Angela_the_Librarian

    In. Don’t love the folded fabric pieces, but otherwise it’s a cute dress.

  • Nancer

    In. Just because it is so different. I love the fabric, and although I can see everyone’s point about the way it is folded, I think it looks elegant.

  • barbarienne

    I love the dress. I hate that it matches her skin (put this dress on a very pale or very dark woman). I hate those shoes. I’m indifferent to the clutch. Hair is acceptable. Makeup is good. Where is the bling? One ring? That’s it?

    Hmm. The more I think about it, the more I’m inclined to the “out,” but I do love the dress, it fits her well, and she certainly doesn’t look objectionable in any way. I have to go with IN.

  • KinoEye

    Hmmm. IN because her head looks pretty and I love the fabric of the dress. That said, not a fan of the shape of the skirt at all. Looks maybe a little juvenile. Don’t like the shoes even a little. The clutch bores me.

    ETA: That model’s NECK. My gosh, it goes on for days, doesn’t it? I don’t mean that to be snarky or anything, I wish my neck was that long and elegant. Unless it’s been photoshopped, though I doubt that since it’s from a show.

  • Jaeda Laurez

    IN. I love the dress, but i would have preferred a Dark brown pump or silver shoe.

  • HM3

    IN! Get your minds outta the gutter. This dress is gorgeous.

  • Jake Donohoe


  • Janet B

    Beautiful woman in an interesting dress.
    Poor styling.

  • CatherineRhodes

    OUT. What do you mean you don’t know who made it? Doesn’t it say Zac Posen Spring Collection?

    • boweryboy

      They probably made an edit since posting it yesterday.

  • boweryboy

    OUT. It’s a giant vagina.

  • acevedob

    Out. I like it on the model more.

  • Shawn EH

    The dress is the wrong color for her skin, her eyes, just no. If ever somebody needed some strong jewel tones or different pastels. OUT.

  • fashion4ever

    The fabric is beautiful, but OUT.

  • tereliz

    In. The shoes are more of a blush-tone than silly putty, and there’s enough dusty rose in the fabric that it’s complementing her skin-tone. I think the gold, closed-toed shoes on the model were the better choice with this dress, but the dress has so much visual interest I’m barely looking at the sandals.

  • IN. This dress shows off her petite-ness without emphasizing her obvious top assets. She looks lovely and in need of gold shoes.

  • ovarB

    In. The origami labia is there but nicely balanced with the volume of the skirt and origami tits and unified with a nice fabric/color selection. Unlike other body part origami dresses…this one does not offend.

  • EEKstl

    IN because she looks pretty, but I do have a pet peeve with celebs/designers trotting out Spring designs in January – I don’t care how balmy it is in L.A.

  • sagecreek

    It’s a little fixier than I normally like, but it works on her, she looks great. IN.

  • melanie0866

    IN. I don’t love the colors, but I love the fabric and the shape. It’s retro and glam and cute all at the same time.

  • StarburstLady

    Again with the apparent fear of necklaces lately, but overall she looks good. IN.

  • Qitkat

    Those origami lessons sure came in handy. While she looks great from the neck up, I cannot hate this enough.

  • MissFern

    She looks so lovely! In.

  • NBG

    OUT. Fabric labias are becoming too common on the RC lately. The shoes and purse are annoying. And she should ask Naomi Watts for a hair-stylist reference if she insists on having “limo sex” hair.

  • I want this to be an in, but after you pointed out the fabric vulva I can’t not see it. Damnit. OUT.

  • Presumptuous Insect

    In! Charming!

  • Jessica O’Connell

    It’s definitely different, but it’s a different I like. IN!

  • lalahartma

    Oh geez. KInda odd, but IN.

  • Malia C.

    Yawn. Who’d care if she wasn’t married to Potatumhead?

    OUT 🙂

  • Gatto Nero

    Are you kidding me? It’s got a built-in vulva.

  • Tlazolteotl

    Nope. The colors make me sad. OUT.

  • Sara McDarby

    In!!!! Love the dress! Hate the shoes!

  • jjjoy

    OUT…mainly because of the styling. that hair is taking this look to homecoming dance levels

  • hmatz

    Out. Big out. Weird hair, gross shoes, giant labia pleat.

  • IN. adorbs. kinda yucky hair, though.

  • CheriCPat

    I can get over the shoes, and even put aside the suggested body parts, because this is adorable. IN.

  • fiddlecub

    This is almost a home run, except it isn’t. Why do designers never ask themselves the important questions, like “do women want to wear a dress that makes them look like they have a vagina on their torsos?” I have never been impressed by Zac Posen, whose design process seems to be “Hey, look at this pretty thing! Now–what bullshit can I tack on to it to make it look stupid?”

  • Jean Beaton Leavitt

    In…cute dress….if worn at Christmas could be compared to wrapping paper, but it’s not Christmas.

  • mickiemonkey

    I like vaginal clothing! I think she looks stunning. But the shoes need to go back to PayLess.

  • LaDonna Carpenter

    IN! Not only does it have the fabric vagina but her boobs have ears! Cute!

  • LambeeBaby

    In… Except for the shoes.

  • heartbot

    Out. The dress is interesting, but it’s so close to being the same color of her skin, while having a shell-like iridescent quality, it looks more like she’s turning into an insect than wearing a dress. Also, the shoes and hair are awful.

  • gsk241

    Points for trying something different. IN for me.

  • Nikki

    Shitty shoes, may be a touch light for her, but fantastic!

  • Danielle West

    In. It’s not the dress or the shoes that bother me, it’s the lack of makeup.

  • shayna61

    In In In. I think it’s fabulous!

  • mdcoon127

    in, the color of the shoes aren’t great, but they would be awesome with something else – I like the fabric and the shaping is awesome. She looks beautiful

  • CT14

    Couch fabric giant labia nude shoes…OUT!

  • Fräulein K.

    Love the dress enough to overlook the shoes and hair, so yes, in. Interesting and also flattering.

  • oohsparkley!

    In. I’m going with my first impression before Uncles planted unfortunate body parts onto my vision.

  • In. Shoes and mismatched bag do not override a lovely dress.

  • Katherine Leay

    IN. The dresss is cute, but, yes, bad shoes. Silver shoes i think it would be better.

  • lesmaha

    out because it looks like sofa fabric to me.

  • guest2visits

    Who knew an old satin bed spread could be so chic… seriously she looks gorgeous and that bodice work is amazing. IN

  • smh4748

    It is SO close to being an in, but I can’t get past the giant fold at a most unfortunate location on the dress (I felt very validated when I read the description in the votes though). But my goodness, she is a pretty woman.