Scarlett Johansson in Vivienne Westwood at the “Captain America: The WInter Soldier” London Premiere

Posted on March 21, 2014

Scarlett’s clearly not the kind of gal who gets a jump on her pregnancy and starts wearing caftans and cupping her non-existent belly long before she needs to. On the contrary, girl went straight for the corsets and tight dresses. It’s all about hoisting up the mamaboobs right now for her.


Scarlett Johansson attends the UK premiere of “Captain America: The WInter Soldier” at Westfield in London, UK in a Vivienne Westwood red dress paired with Christian Louboutin ‘Iriza’ pumps and Sonia Boyajian jewelry.

Vivienne Westwood Red Label Fall 2014 Collection


It’s okay. The color looks great on her, but the overall effect is a little on the sloppy side – especially from the back, which isn’t particularly flattering to her.

Can we talk about the makeup? The super-matchy deep red lip and the underdone eyes? Not your look, dear. Go in the opposite direction; play up the eyes and play down the mouth.

We don’t know… she comes off like she’s trying too hard. Which is silly, because she’s world famous for being hot.



[Photo Credit: Zak Hussein/, IMAXTree]

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  • marlie

    She *IS* trying too hard. That dress is too tight (as is much of what she wears), AND it’s giving her a major titscrepancy.

    • Alyssa_T_Robot

      yeah! her boobs look big but i don’t think they’re living up to their potential. plus, the right one looks like it’s trying to make a break for it.

      • uprightcitizen

        I was just about to type that (everyone look out, the right one is going to make a break for it). Doesn’t that feel weird, to walk around with them smooshed … unevenly? I like the idea of the leopard-print shoes with that color dress, though.

      • lundibleu

        Yeah, it all looks slightly wrong. And she needed to go up a size at least on the dress because she’s taking up all the fabric that’s folded to give the dress some interest and shape.

      • Sophie

        Maybe it’s just bigger than the left one? In which case the only way to avoid a titscrepancy would be to adjust the bust for her, which is impossible in a borrowed dress… I love the colour, and agree that the dress is far too tight.

    • kmk05

      It just comes off worse because her face is underdone. Her eyelashes are almost nonexistent, and overall her face is shiny and hair stringy. If her face were flawless and less like she had run 5km to get to this RC, I would be more forgiving of the dress. As it is, she looks like she is still huffing from getting here 5 min ago.

      • Hilda Elizabeth Westervelt

        Maybe she has morning sickness. She has that sort of sweaty, frantic look of someone who feels like she might just barf on someone’s shoes.

        • kmk05

          It’s true. I actually feel bad for posting the above, because who knows what it’s like, and she can’t really bail on the premieres of her own movie. But then I also think that, if she does have morning sickness and/or the first trimester is treating her like shit, then why try so hard with her outfit and face?

        • Spreecord

          I was just thinking that’s the face of someone who had the car pull over to the side of the road so she could puke on her way to the event.

      • GorgeousThings

        She might have morning sickness, which is no fun (been there, done that, sending the result to college right now). But the worst part of the makeup to me isn’t the lips – it’s the ’79/’80 disco era blush. Whoever did her makeup should have their brushes confiscated.

    • Stella Zawistowski

      And the problem with wearing a *Vivienne Westwood* too tight, in particular, is that it’s supposed to look drapey and crumpled — but the tightness is causing it to just look like she pulled it out of the dryer and wore it without having it pressed. I don’t think it would have been the right dress even if she’d gone up a size — but it’s definitely a worse mistake to wear this dress in the wrong size than some other designers I can think of.

      • conniemd

        Yeah, the bodice looks so much better on the far less endowed model. It drapes down whereas on her it makes an awkward fold that looks like a separate piece (maybe it is, but doesn’t look like it on the model).

      • demidaemon

        This is an excellent point and one that I hadn’t thought of.

    • SRQkitten

      The picture of her in this dress could go in the dictionary next to the definition of “titscrepancy”

  • rosie5215

    Oh, oh oh. The color is DIVINE, but the top clearly cannot contain her magnificent boobage. And let us not speak of the back.

    This dress clearly highlights that there is a fine line between “fits” and “contains”.

  • Danielle

    Dat booty, though.

    • Nita

      Dat Rock though…

      • Danielle

        Don’t they usually go hand in hand? 😉

  • gabbilevy

    That is some HARSH face, ScarJo. Let the pregnancy glow shine through, no need to dress it up in vampy-bordering-on-vampire makeup.

    • butterflysunita

      Yes, I have no problem with the dress at all–it’s a beautiful color and I think it works. But that makeup–she looks completely washed out, with just a pair of red lips. Not a good look at all.

  • Maybe she read the stuff about being less sexy now she’s pregnant and decided to stick it to the man? Or someone. Great colour, great necklace but I totally agree she should do more with her eyes, less with the lips.

  • @Biting Panda

    Fucking ouch! Not only her the tits strapped up, under her chin, they are uneven. I get why she’s trying to come with the VaVoom, but if she’s going to set her guns to Vixen, she needs to pull the trigger with perfect execution to detail.

    • barbarienne

      I can’t believe how much I like your metaphor, and want to expand on it.

      “Vixen” requires a sniper. When applied via Gatling gun you get Lea Michelle.

      • demidaemon

        For me , lea Michelle is more like the GI Joes and Cobra from the animated show of the 80s.

    • Fuchaforever


  • FrigidDiva

    You know, I don’t mind the dress. Yes, the ta-tas are strapped in for dear life, but that doesn’t bug me too much. It’s the make up. She really could have worked the hell out of this look with the right make up, but as it is? Eh, not so much.

    • sundaynightaddict

      And I usually love her makeup (she’s all over my Pinterest M/U inspiration board), so this is particularly disappointing.

  • lexilexi

    Mamaboobs and Mamabutt… just like I had.

  • barbarienne

    Oh, ScarJo, I know some asshat in the media was all lamenting you losing your hot bod to pregnancy, but please ignore stupid crap like that. You’re gorgeous, and you will probably remain gorgeous for the rest of your life if you can resist the urge to get bad plastic surgery on your face later.

    However, that doesn’t excuse that lipstick. Never wear that again unless it’s for a role as a vampire queen.

  • You’re spot-on about the makeup. I can’t understand how she didn’t see how distractingly uneven her boobs are, unless there was some major jarring in the limo to the event and she had to step directly onto the red carpet…

  • jilly_d

    Too tight, right-side titscrepancy, and the shoes make it look tacky. Take a nap and try again, love. *but wash off that hideous makeup first*

  • Brigitte

    Damn, if my rack had been that glorious when I was pregnant I would have been putting it front and central as well. totally agree about the makeup.

  • I’ve never understood her appeal. The only time I ever liked her was in Ghost World. Also, I think she was all wrong for the voice in Her. Plus that dress makes her ass look HUGE.

    • marlie

      I’m not a fan of hers either. And she’s been working her way up my Irrational Celebrity Hate List over the last few weeks.

      • SRQkitten

        I think she earned her place on my rational hate list for dropping Oxfam to keep a sponsorship deal. Eww. And then she added to it by comments on the Dylan Farrow/woody Allen controversy that didn’t play well (there’s something to be said for learning when to keep ones mouth shut, understanding that with some subjects discretion is to be valued)

        • marlie


    • KinoEye

      She’s not a great actress, but I think she was never better than in Lost in Translation. Granted, Bill Murray does all the heavy lifting. But for being only 19 when it was filmed, she has a depth and maturity to her in that role that I’m not sure I’ve ever seen from her since. In most of her films, she seems to be more… decorative than functional, if you know what I mean.

      • your face

        She gets a lifetime pass from me for Lost in Translation. Man, I love that movie, and she did a really nice job playing an understated role.

        • KinoEye

          It’s in my top 10 for sure. I rarely cry at movies, but that ending always cuts me to the core. For Scarlett, honorable mention goes to Match Point. My current feelings about Woody Allen notwithstanding, it’s a great film and she’s fantastic in it. Maybe because she could identify with that character — a struggling actress who’s primarily valued for her looks and is treated accordingly by everyone around her.

          • I TOTALLY forgot about Lost in Translation. Yeah, she was pretty good in that too, so two movies I liked her in. I agree about the ending. It’s one of the few movies that made me cry.

    • Jacob Bowen

      See I LOVED the use of her voice in “Her”. I think she has a really attractive voice, and to sell the idea of someone falling in love with the operating system it really had to be a voice that is naturally sexy.

  • Anna

    This is…not good. Going the Kardashian route during your pregnancy is NEVER EVER EVER GOOD. EVER.

    The colour is beautiful, but she didn’t need it on her lips AND nails too (not supposed to be random, but random-ass to me anyway/tacky sticker aside).

  • formerlyAnon

    I don’t know if it’s the color (which I adore), or if it’s her, but despite everything I don’t like about this (awkwardly too-tight impression, too-obvious bust shape & support garment, hate the skirt which judging by the model is *supposed* to look rumpled and as if it’s pulling awkwardly, imbalance between lip & eye and irrational hate of animal print shoes) I saw this and said “Oh thank god after so many pretty or beautiful but not interesting women over the last few days.”

  • HomeOfficeGirl

    I think Vivienne Westwood dresses come with a “disheveled styling guide”…

    • random_poster

      Right? The disheveled look requires certain persona and skills to pull off, and I don’t think Scarlett fits that bill at all.

  • Yolanda13

    Her breasts are already massive, so hoisting them up to her neck is not doing her any favors. And that pale eye and the matchy matchy lip – why does her make-up artist hate her so? Even her hair looks meh. She can do and has done better.

  • SewingSiren

    Does she have mastitis? Really. Her right breast looks swollen. Otherwise the dress is too small and high waisted for her. If it fit it would be beautiful on her.

  • ModernDowager

    that poor dress looks so bereft on the model in comparison

    • marlie

      This is a dress that’s not meant to be bust-a-seam tight. I prefer it on the model.

      • decormaven

        Yes. All the lovely draping on the bodice is completely lost here. I appreciate her wanting to wear Westwood, but I wish she had gone up a size to allow the draping to be as originally shown.

  • ccinnc

    Remembering how painful my breasts were when they’d just started growing during pregnancy, I say OW.

    • kerryev

      Yep. Judging from all the ‘already’ & ‘hoisting’ comments here, people don’t realize that’s one of the first visible signs for a lot of us. I can’t make it to 6 weeks without finding new bras and giving up on every pullover sweater I own.

  • I like the idea behind the lip, but it’s not really working. Actually, that’s pretty much my opinion on this entire look.

  • Roz

    About half of the problems here maybe circumstantial–as in, what’s with the facial expression? If she were smiling, the makeup wouldn’t look so ghastly. And if she weren’t sticking her butt out like a poorly-articulated Barbie doll, the dress wouldn’t seem so unflattering from the back. Weirdly relieved to not spy a sticker on the sole of her shoes.

  • Dadoong21

    She looks like Kim Kardashian [when she was blonde of course]…

  • mmebam

    Ass. Titties. Ass and titties. Ass ass titties titties. Ass and titties.

    • Tanagra

      I love you for referencing that song.

  • KinoEye

    My first thought was, “Girl, That’s Not Your Eye Makeup.” Has a weird, unbalanced effect on her face. If they were going to go with a strong lip, the eyes should have been a little stronger so they don’t fade away, as they are with this makeup. It is a little try-hard, but hey, pretty darn good for a pregnant lady. That neckline can’t be very friendly to sore, pregnancy boobs.

  • B_C_J

    Conceptually I like the dress. However it does need some adjusting in the bust. Her hair is very pretty & I love her shoes. However the lips are too severe & the eye make up (or lack if it) was a huge mistake.

  • Nexli B

    She’s got that “wanting to glow but exhausted from puking” early pregnancy thing going on I think. That’s enough to throw anyone off. I can totally commiserate, so I give her a pass. She still looks a million times better than I ever did in early pregnancy!

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    I agree about the makeup. Her eyes look underdone and her lips overdone.

  • cocohall

    To be fair, she may have always had a titscrepancy, but being pregnant may have, um, AMPLIFIED the difference. There is nothing like pregnancy to drive home the fact that your body comes with some genetic programming that may not always work to your advantage. That said, when one notices that one breast is roughly the size of an Easter Island head, you would be well advised to find clothes that don’t advertise that fact. The makeup is not her friend her either, in that she looks as tired as she probably feels. But I’m all for treating our gestating lady stars with kindness – at this stage in my pregnancies, upright, showered and dressed was a good day for me.

    • Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

      That’s the truth. When you are working with your genetic programming, there’s absolutely no telling what’s going to happen. None. Your body hands you a surprise every day. As in, gestation No.1 Son weighed 7lb. 13 oz. weight [email protected] lbs. Gestation No. 2, daughter weighed 13 lbs., I gained 14 lbs. Not diabetic either. Scarlett is a gorgeous woman, and I’d bet she had chosen this dress before she knew she had the little sorpresa on board and decided to wear it anyway. I’m not a fan of the lips either…it’s just overkill. Love the shoes though.

      • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

        My son weighed 9lbs, I gained 78lbs. LOL (In my own defense, I started out the pregnancy at 98lbs, and even I admit that I was seriously underweight at that point.) When I was pregnant, it was the first time in my life I’d ever eaten a healthy, balanced diet and my body was like, “OMG! She’s eating fat!! Keep it, keep it! Store it in her thighs, they’re empty!!” And then my thighs turned into twin Gollums who cling to the fat and hiss “My precious!!” every time I exercise.

        • formerlyAnon

          It’s not the One Ring that Rules & Binds them all, it’s Mother Nature. Bitch was programmed back when February in the northern hemisphere meant semi-starvation and vitamin deficiency diseases – and she has resisted reprogramming despite modern technology.

      • cocohall

        I hope everyone is REALLY NICE to you on Mother’s Day. 13 lbs. 13 lbs!!!!!! My son weighed 10 lb 10 oz and he looked like a two month old at birth. The little baby shirt the hospital gave out didn’t begin to cover his belly. So 13 lbs – you must have just launched right into the 6 month clothes. But enough about baby, I am bowing down in your direction. You win the Momma Derby. And if you only gained 14 lbs, you must have been just a giant belly on legs. Yes, genetic programming – there is no override for that, especially during pregnancy!

        • Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

          Well, I am an abundant woman to begin with. Yes, I had tried to be efficient and had about 8 Sam’s Club size boxes of diapers on hand, and enough newborn to 3 month clothes to open a store due to lots of hand me downs and generosity of friends and family. They were never used, and my husband was left trying to explain the return of the diapers. I tell the offender (my DD who is now 23 and nearly 6′ tall) that if I wind up with incontinence issues, think how having that much baby parked on your bladder feels. For the record, I am 5’4″ tall, she was 24″ long, and yes, she was a C section. I did indeed look like a football parked on chopsticks.

          • Stella Zawistowski

            Good god! I salute you, woman. And if there’s ever been anyone who is justified in bringing on the “I gave birth to you!” guilt on a kid, it’s you!

      • Kitten Mittons

        Yep, mine was 9.5 lbs, I gained nearly 85 lbs. But the whole body goes berserk, or at least mine did. Gained at least 3 cup sizes, 2 within the first trimester. Feet were swollen at least two full sizes larger. I grew two AWESOME skin tags. My skin itched constantly, couldn’t wear fragrances, etc
        On the plus side of weirdo body surprises, my stick-straight hair went super wavy, which I got to keep and still love.

        I like the outfit enough, but I loooove that necklace.
        I also love hearing everyone else’s pregnancy stories.

        • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

          The only party favors I got to keep were the big (now droopy) breasteses. I went from a 32AA to a 38F during the pregnancy, then to “Shit! Is that a bra or an inflatable life raft?” while nursing, and now I’ve settled into a 36D.

          • Kitten Mittons

            I hear that. I switched to those completely stretchy ones by the end, the ones that say “sizes 40d-46dd, so I gave up on the actual number.

            When my SIL quit nursing for good, she ended up below her original cup size. She cried, “My baby ate my boobs!”

            Everyone is different, to be sure.

          • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

            It is known.

        • Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

          I had 2 spectacularly wonderful pregnancies, and deliveries from hell. Both of them. OB had no idea DD was as big as she was, so when she was pulled out, there was this collective “wow! Look,at that!” and other similar comments. OB, who was a lovely, brown Hispanic man was a light shade of gray when he peered around to tell me about my daughters’ arrival and size. I got so itchy from the anesthetic used that I stole the metal fork off my dinner tray to use for scratching. This same OB was well loved in my community. About a year later he was killed while piloting his plane home from visiting his adult kids at college. He was accompanied by his wife and 9 y/o son. His last act was to call his home and leave a message on the phone recorder for his family about how much he loved them. At the church service for their funeral, they had to put speakers outside, use tents, etc. It was packed.

          • Kitten Mittons

            I had a c-section, too, and got the same comments! And you can’t see anything, you just have to take their word for it.

            That is such a sad, beautiful, heart – wrenching story about your ob. My deepest regrets. At least you got the chance to know such an amazing man.

          • Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

            Yes I was one of the fortunate. He was truly one of the rare ones. I am grateful I was one of his patients.

    • random_poster

      I hear ya’, sista! I don’t know what stage of pregnancy she is in, but that first trimester is absolutely not conducive to a world-wide publicity tour.

  • msdamselfly

    Love, the eye makeup and the necklace. But the rest looks ridiculously uncomfortable

  • Carla_Charlton

    Even on the model the bottom half is unflattering. And I completely agree about the makeup – it makes her look exhausted.

  • Jessica Freeman

    The make up is too harsh. I love the color of the dress with the shoes. wonky boobs need an adjustment.

  • kt

    The lip is fab, but her team needs to dial back the shimmer and give her a nice sweep of black eyeliner. Also it appears that she is one of those women whose pregnancy gain is all in the already enviable chest. It takes a lot of scaffolding to not feel like they are going to explode, I commend her choice and mentally point out that that is not a bending over dress

  • sagecreek

    To me, the nails and the shoes take this look from classy to tacky.

  • Janet B

    This could be fantastic on her, if the dress actually fit.
    I’m looking forward to see how she deals with the changes in her figure.

    Gorgeous jewelry.

  • Qitkat

    I’m all for being as hot as possible as long as possible when gestating. Love the color, shoes and hair on her, the fit, not so much. She looks really uncomfortable though.

  • SugarSnap108

    What a strange, overly complicated dress. And I agree that the overall look is try-too-hard.

  • MilaXX

    Everything is just a little off about this look. I don’t like that underdone eye and the dress doesn’t fit well. I don’t think Scarlet realized that the mamaboobs often are accompanied by the mamabooty as well. That dress is too tight.

  • stubbornthoughts

    Agree 100%. Methinks the design of this dress wasn’t meant for those well endowed up top. The effect of the neckline and straps are completely lost. That makeup doesn’t help, either.

    GUYS. Them knockers are BIG. I feel like they’re going to completely take over her torso come third trimester.

  • Leah Elzinga

    pretty sure breasts aren’t supposed to appear oblong.

  • Violentcello

    This is awful. I don’t want to give her crap for one boob being much bigger than the other one, but it looks like a tumor. Surely there’s a way to play that down.

  • Susan Velazquez

    This is so awkward. The titscrepancy is awful–one is pushed up to babyhead proportions but is shoved the side so it’s almost under her armpit and the other is nonexistent. I think Vivienne Westwood is not pregnancy friendly designer.

    • Mojone


  • Hilda Elizabeth Westervelt

    I love the color and I love the shoes. But that dress is not doing her any favors at all. Nothing fits right. Most places are too tight, but then the straps are kind of loosey goosey. The boobs seem to start in the middle of her stomach, and then bubble out over the top. And that back view makes her look so wide. Poor thing does not look comfortable. And I bet her boobs are sore.

  • KayEmWhy

    Horrible project runway dress and a wrinkled mess. She however gives great face.

  • suzq

    The Westwood is too sloppy on the model. The pleating is tortured and does nothing for a wearer of any size.

  • Ashleigh

    Can we talk about the scrunched up MESS the model is wearing?? good gravy!

  • Anne Elliot

    horrible make up

  • deech_sea

    Not a fan of the eye makeup either

  • ChelseaNH

    She’s trying too hard because just being hot is not enough — she has to be the hottest. Reputations are tough like that.

  • traceyishere

    This dress is doing her ass no favors.

    • MaggieMae

      I know several men at work who would have the exact opposite reaction! They’d be all DAT ASS!

  • Imasewsure

    She needs a style intervention soon… Mommyhood can not come sooner for this one. Hopefully it will cause a rethink in a good direction (although my guess is any new direction will be an improvement)

  • embers618

    I don’t mind her make-up, though I wish she’d had a little more color on the eyes, and from the front it’s okay (not great, but passable), but that last picture. Ugh. It looks exactly like my toddler’s diaper when she’s got a big solid poop in there. Maybe going up a size would have helped? Maybe now that she’s pregnant it would be easier to get things a little bigger than she thinks she needs and cinch the waist, especially since her body could be different every week or so for the next several months.

  • MK03

    Wow, is this ever unflattering. I’m not digging the color on her at all; it’s not her red. Combine it with the awful lipstick, the brassy hair and the colorless makeup and she looks a little sickly. Sit your stylist down and have the Come To Jesus Talk.

  • EEKstl

    For me the eyes are so “neutral” she just looks tired.

  • crash1212

    The makeup is unfortunate, but I really like this on her. The color is fabulous on her and those shoes were an inspired choice. I’m large breasted, but even I cannot imagine wrangling that much pulchritude with so much style.

  • That is a damn bold choice. Not necessarily a good one, but definitely bold.

  • CurbGirl

    While she certainly fills out this dress much better than the model, the eye make up gives off a ‘morning sickness’ vibe.

  • kim bunchalastnames

    she IS world famous for being hot … but don’t you supposed that, still, in hollywood, every new young thing that waltzes down the pike makes a woman nervous? suddenly, she sees her parts going to, or lupita, or elizabeth olsen or the mara sisters or shailene, et al, et cie. even today, good, well-written parts for women are in short supply, and the roles for blockbuster action-heroines are limited, at best. i worked in a “man’s world,” toe-to-toe with men who thought they could do my job better for more than 30 years, and i can’t even begin to imagine the pressure on women in entertainment.

  • Clash D

    OMG the make up looks so bad she’s looking a bit GAGA-ish. I’ve never seen her face look this severe, ever.

  • pop_top

    She has one babyhead. It’s off putting.

  • KT

    She’s always had big boobs, but dear god they’re almost up to her neck! Which is especially strange considering that she doesn’t even have a bump yet. Lord knows what those things are going to look like at nine months… I’m weeping for what will happen to her poor back….

    Now to the look: great color, good silhouette, awful bunchy draping in the skirt, and AGREED that that is not her makeup. The very first thing I thought was “wow her face looks really weird,” and that’s really saying something considering how front and center her mammaries are in this photo.

    • J. Preposterice

      It’s really not that strange. Both times I was pregnant, my boobs went up a cup size before I even had a positive pregnancy test. For a large subset of women, increased breast size is the very first outward physical sign of pregnancy, way, WAY before you start to show in the belly.

      • KT

        You learn something new every day!

        • J. Preposterice

          ain’t that the truth? 🙂

  • melanie0866

    The right breast is a making a break for freedom.

  • Bethany Fairbrother

    She looks like she’s in pain. Maybe this dress fit a few months ago?

  • Bethany Fairbrother

    In all fairness, I have been there. It’s hard to be super cute and sexy when you’re trying to decide to puke or eat so you don’t puke. Yeah, and you got no control of the boobs, or your ass, or your thighs. She’s selling the sex kitten thing while not throwing up and probably having to pee. You try it!

  • I love that necklace.

  • Alloy Jane

    Harsh makeup, ugly dress. I disagree about the color, it’s too much on her. Or maybe it’s just the sheen of that fabric, dunno. But there is much here to dislike.

  • Let her enjoy it. It’s quite the adjustment. Even for her. but yeah…..gotta tuck it in there gal pal

  • Tee

    She looks like a badly photoshopped Kim Kardashian. And yes, the boobs will take on a life of their own before the belly starts to show (especially a first pregancy). She’s still very beautiful though and looks better than most non-pregnant women.

  • FridaStaire

    Oh dear. I wonder if the dress looked great two days ago and then…further development? That can happen (did to me – at a conference overseas where I was reduced to undoing the zip of my dress to half-way down my back and covering it with a jacket for my presentation). If so, I feel her pain. And it’s the only way I can account for her wearing this dress with that very visible titscrepancy.

  • unbornfawn

    I was liking this until she turned around. Fug.

  • Fuchaforever

    She’s trying hard but it’s far from polished. What a shame. Isn’t it terrible when beautiful people sabotage themselves? But I’m not surprised she didn’t get it right. Her style has always seemed to me kinda wishy washy and inconsistent. She seems like the kind of girl that would be happiest in tshirt and jean shorts. Am I right or am I right?

  • CarrieBaby

    The eye makeup is severely aging her and she’s only in her 20s

    • Carrps

      Wow, really? I’d have guess mid-30s easy.

  • Uncle Spike

    Just thinking two things here. 1) Love the front. The dressmaker should be shot for giving ScarJo a huge ass. 2) I understand the “too much lip, too little eye” criticism. But at the same time, I see her serving up serious Debbie Harry realness. I almost think they should do a Blondie-based movie so Scarlett can knock it outta the park.

  • dschubba

    The wonky bust is killing this for me. Plus, that’s Amanda Seyfried’s makeup.

  • ShaoLinKitten

    Her face looks different already. She should enjoy it while she can still wear waist-defining outfits, because she’s already retaining water in her face and her caboose is expanding. As it does with mere mortals when they are pregnant!

  • SierraDelta

    Her ring fingers appear to have gotten caught in a slammed door — not a flattering look for an accent nail at all.

  • Cassidy Olsen

    The dress looks cheap and yes, her make-up is horrible. C’mon, ScarJo!

  • quiltrx

    Trying way too hard. “Slutty mama” is gross to me. Love that necklace…

  • Joanna

    Oh, wow that’s a hot mess. I’m all for hot mama, but this is just not flattering at all.

  • heuristicvalue

    I disagree…the back looks ESPECIALLY flattering, if ya know what I’m sayin’.

  • Mrs. O

    I love the dress on the model. Once again, the stylist seems to feel a need to muck around with the designer’s concept. Too bad, because now it is a fairly uninteresting, too-tight prom dress that the hot girl wears when everybody already knows she will get it off quicker than a hooker getting paid the flat rate. The shoes are great looking, but too much for this dress. Who cares about the makeup? It’s all beyond hope.

  • *cringes*