Dianna Agron in Ella Moss in Los Angeles

Posted on April 23, 2014

We dig this look, even though it’s pretty standard in a lot of ways. And practically a uniform in L.A.


Dianna_Agron-GOTS-Ella-Moss-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Dianna Agron joins rumored boyfriend Thomas Cocquerel and some friends for lunch in Los Angeles in an Ella Moss maxi dress paired with Tory Burch sandals and a Louis Vuitton bag.

Dianna_Agron-GOTS-Ella-Moss-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (2)Ella Moss ‘Paige’ Plaid Maxi Dress | | Louis Vuitton Alma BB Bag | Tory Burch Carolyn Snake-Print Wedge Sandals 

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She loves to be covered head to toe. We figure if she’s going to the demure thing, at least that whole L.A. sundress-and-denim-jacket look should serve her well. And if she’s going to do such a cliche look, she might as well dress it up and choose good pieces. Love the dress and the shoes. The bag’s cute, but we don’t think it goes very well with the rest of the look. Too structured and shiny. We’d have switched that out for something a little slouchy and tote-y. And we would have recommended sharper shades than those.

Still, this is an “Attagirl.” She looks breezy-chic and comfortable with herself.





[Photo Credit: Survivor/PacificCoastNews, louisvuitton.com, toryburch.com, ellamoss.com]

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  • MilaXX

    I think this looks close to her personal style. She certainly looks more comfortable in it than half the stuff she wears. My only quibble is the bag which just doesn’t go.

  • Danielle

    Dying for the twee Louis.

  • FibonacciSequins

    I think a slightly shorter jacket would set off the dress better, but I do really like the weight of the denim against the airiness of the skirt. Love the shoes. Don’t love the bag but the rest is casual-chic good and she looks happy in it, so good for her.

    • That is the most amazing user name I’ve seen in a long time. Mad math love to you!

      • FibonacciSequins

        Thank you! I can’t take credit for thinking it up. It’s the name of a Power Puff Girls character – a magician, voiced by Ringo Starr. I can only take credit for being smart enough to swipe a good name when I see one!

        • random_poster

          That makes it even more fantastic. The only other Ringo Starr cartoon-voicing credit that comes to my mind is from Thomas the Tank Engine, so bonus points to you for not picking Sir Topham Hatt.

          • cocohall

            My son used to watch those infernal Thomas the Tank Engine videos endlessly. Ringo was by far the best conductor and made enduring hours of expressionless trains toot-tooting about manageable. George Carlin and was it really Alex Baldwin???? didn’t even come close. I may have to check out Power Puff Girls just for Ringo. And yes, FibonacciSequins is a brilliant alter ego!

          • myristica_fragrans

            should’ve been fibonacci sequins gown!

          • demidaemon

            See, I LOVED George Carlin as the conductor. He is forever etched into my mind in that role.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Me too. Pierce Brosnan also voiced at least one dvd, don’t know if he’s done more.

            My 2 yr. old is full-on obsessed with Thomas right now, so this convo is right up my alley!

          • demidaemon

            Good on you! It’s much better than a lot of the other tripe on TV that is supposedly for children. Encourage that and maybe you’ll have a conductor in the family one day!

          • Kitten Mittons

            Personally, I’m starting to think that they are slowly brainwashing me into their cult. Everyone has to be a “really useful engine” all the time. It’s a bit scary.

            I did actually post this in the TLounge, but very belatedly: my son had a three piece seersucker suit for Easter, and when we put it on he said he looked like Sir Topham Hatt. He was so proud, he wouldn’t take it off the entire day. It was pretty cute.

            But still, BRAINWASHING.

          • demidaemon

            Sesame Street and Mr. Rogers had the same effect. Let’s just be glad it isn’t Miley Cyrus.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Fizzling fireboxes, yes!

          • demidaemon

            Fireboxes + Miley Cyrus makes me unnaturally giddy. 🙂

          • Kitten Mittons

            Ha, it made me kind of nauseous.

          • demidaemon

            Well, I was thinking of Miley in the firebox. Burning.

            Obviously, I am feeling a bit macabre today.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Ohhhhh. Ok, now I’m giddy, too.
            Clearly, my mind was in the gutter, and NOT where your mind was. You’re so much more highbrow than me.

          • demidaemon

            Well, I thought of that interpretation as well, which is kind of gross, but probably accurate. But the burning is so much more enjoyable.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Definitely more enjoyable. Miley and a burning crotch just went together so naturally in my mind. The easy joke, to be sure. In fact, the joke equivalent of wearing all matching accessories.

            I’ll put in more effort next time.

          • demidaemon

            I expect you to come out with a joke that is the equivalent of a WERQ, then. 🙂

  • sagecreek

    Standard and cliche, okay, but after La Klum, this is such a breath of fresh air. Go Diana!

  • gayle

    She is getting better at this! Maybe Reese has started giving lessons after all

    • sagecreek

      At this point I think she could give Reese lessons. She’s sweeping the likability category.

  • Alloy Jane

    I hate that bag. I hate label… anything. And embossed patent is just tacky. Otherwise, love the look. She’s “everygirl” in her personal style. She’s totally dressed like my sister, except for the jean jacket. That’s a tad too hillbilly for a real Angeleno. Or at least one her age wearing that dress because that’s such a dated combination. Totally Bayside High, if you know what I mean.

  • marlie

    Cute dress, cute shoes, ok purse. Overall, Attagirl!

  • decormaven

    Not sure that the bag suits, but maybe it was the Contractural Arrangement of the Day. The rest is a fine choice for strolling the streets, upscale-casual.

    • 3boysful

      Sigh. It’s Wednesday. Hand me the Vuitton, minion.

      • decormaven

        Rough life, ain’t it? But is it fulfilling to be a glorified clothes hanger? I doubt I’ll ever have to ponder that existence.

  • kimmeister

    The busy print of the dress called for solid colored shoes, in my book.

  • Sif

    When I first saw this, I thought Emma Roberts finally got the memo. But then of course, it’s Diamna Agron.

    • PastryGoddess

      that typo is quite apropos

  • crash1212

    That is an exceedingly cute dress. I love a floaty dress with a denim jacket, so I heartily endorse this “cliche”. Great shoes. Love the hair and sunglasses. Only clunky note is the bag…which I’m not crazy about in any application.

  • hughman

    “Dirty Silly Putty” is an odd choice for a purse color.

  • another_laura

    That bag is mauve and I’m not allowing it. NonononoNO.

    • sagecreek

      What? Are you mauvephobic????! 🙂

  • Allison Angier

    The outfit is cute, the shoes are my favorite part. The cynic in me is chuckling darkly at the first four photos. You can totally tell that she was coached to walk back and forth a few steps to get that spectacular Brugmansia in the background.

  • Jacob Bowen

    Those shoes are FABULOUS! I would never want to hide them under a long dress (but she does look FANTASTIC!)!

  • PastryGoddess

    I’m just curious, do the pictures come with all of the brands identified or do you have to go searching for them? The bag is an easy one, but I can’t imagine the rest of the pieces are always that easy to identify.

  • DagnyReardon

    My great grandmother left Eastern Europe years ago so I wouldn’t have to dress like this.

    • sagecreek

      Hee! I love this look, but I have to give you an upvote for that.

  • Sophie

    Great dress! I dislike most Louis Vuitton bags because they can’t be satisfied with stamping just one corner, they have to cover everything with their initials. But the rest of the look is nice.

  • ktr33

    Like the dress, with jeans jacket it’s cliche but not technically bad, should’ve gone for a more bohemian shoe, like a ropey ankle-strap wedge espie. And the bag is jarringly wrong, as per T Lo. If she’s set on LV she could do one of those tiny little waxed canvas cross body ones.

  • cocohall

    If you are going to insist on dressing like you are out on a day-pass from the local Amish quilting club, this is the way to do it. Very cute!

  • jw_ny

    The Golden Trumpets are really cool!

    She looks cute.

  • stickee

    I like the asymmetrical bra under it, too. 🙂

  • LadyVimes

    Switch the denim for leather and she’d be wearing the NYC version of that uniform.

  • lamamu

    She can’t work a sidewalk like Reese, but she looks cute anyway. Agree that she needs to lose the purse, but she was probably contractually obligated to wear it for her sidewalk promenade. Sigh.

  • FridaStaire

    Looks pretty apart from the silly bag, but the volume in that skirt is an occupational health and safety hazard! Soon she’ll be modelling Sprained Ankle Hippie Chic.

  • Jennifer

    I like this. I want this outfit for myself, actually.

  • holla

    She listened to her gay uncles, for the most part.

  • myristica_fragrans

    i don’t even care about her outfit because i’m in awe of that yellow angel’s trumpet.

  • halleygee

    I would wear this dress… found it online but it’s out of my budget. I did order a shirt that Reese was wearing recently from J. Crew and I love it. Love these out-and-about posts for my online shopping!

  • Kent Roby

    It looks like she got lost on the way to Coachella. Cute dress, but a little too long.

  • MoHub

    Not very different from what I was wearing in 1970 (in college).

    And that was a very good year for me.

  • largishbearishAtlish

    wait, this isn’t the ‘going to the farmers market to get some organic kale and then hit some old bookstores for poetry’ look? is it cool in L.A.? grandmothers every where have perfected this look….

  • TigerLaverada

    She’s outshone by that spectacular yellow brugmansia behind her.