Emma Stone in Chanel at “The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise Of Electro” Berlin Premiere

Posted on April 17, 2014

Okay, fine. Let’s get this over with. We’re all tired of yelling at her, but somebody has to do it, you guys. Get your coffee and let’s get to work.

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Sigh.

We’re saying that, out loud, right now: “Sigh.” That’s how you know how bad it is.

Oh, Emma. It didn’t have to be this way. You were J Law before there was a J Law (for like 30 seconds). Everyone loves you. Why must you hurt us so with your crazy-ass style choices?  You know what your problem is, hon? Don’t roll your eyes at us; we’re trying to help you here. Your problem is you can’t see the forest for the trees when you pick out an outfit. You probably zeroed in on one or two details, like the colors or the pops of shiny or the shape of the skirt and said impulsively, ‘That’s the one.” But you never seem to see how the whole look comes together on you. You never seem to notice that you constantly wear tricky things that are hard for you to pull off or things that look a little awkward on you because it’s just not your shape. We could’ve accepted that skirt, because it’s kind of interesting and that’s a pretty color. But that top is AWFUL. And as much as we like glitter (like any self-respecting queen would), girl, that’s some K Mart bargain bin Christmas tinsel shit happening right there.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: OWS/INFphoto.com, style.com]

    • @Biting Panda

      I question her life choices.

      • formerlyAnon

        I question CHANEL.

        • BrooklynBomber

          I question whoever’s doing her hair and makeup.

        • kimmeister

          That top looks really labor-intensive and was probably made with the utmost care and precision . . . but it’s still as ugly as sin.

          • formerlyAnon

            And as someone downthread pointed out, the skirt looks like it moves beautifully. So much skill and craft in the service of . . . wtf.

            • Trent

              ** say something nice say something nice** At least she lined the skirt?

        • demidaemon

          So with you, Anon, SO WITH YOU.

    • CT14

      She knows this sucks. Look at those expressions.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      She’s really bummed she’s not at Coachella.

      • cocohall

        My thoughts exactly. You swap out those shoes for some little cowgirl booties, find some funky shades, beads and a floppy hat and you can already smell the patchouli, among other things.

    • Tanya Wade

      The saddest elephant-riding girl at the circus.

    • MartyBellerMask

      Those shoes are stupid.

      • http://redheadedwolf.wordpress.com/ Laura Renee

        What the hell is with that plastic strip? Ugh.

        • FrigidDiva

          What’s even worse? They’re designing and selling full-out jellies again. I just can’t–they were horrible the first time, the stinky sweaty feet, the blisters. I don’t understand putting anything plastic on shoes, no matter how “fashionable” it may be. All I can ever think is stinky, sweaty feet.

      • Darcy H

        Oh for crying out loud, I was so distracted by the other horrors going on that I completely missed the shoes until you pointed it out. WHY!? I need chocolate to calm this rage.

    • Courtenay P

      this poledance is relentless.

      • @Biting Panda

        I am bruised and exhausted by it.

      • Leah Elzinga

        Vegas strippers would be burning out from this poledance.

      • Darcy H

        Have they not been poledancing for this movie for the last like five years? I swear to god that’s how long it feels.

    • NMMagpie

      I can totally see some socialite wearing this as “Santa Fe Style.” And for those who have experience with it, all that means is some seriously questionable fashion.

      Emma needs to rethink her entire styling team. Right now.

      • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

        Turquoise earrings would have been a good idea, if she insisted on that dress.

        • Ginny Ellsworth

          Maybe if they ripped the tinsel off the top and skirt and paired it with some killer heels? I love the colors and at least it isn’t a black dress for Spring.

          • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

            It definitely needs to lose the tinsel. The reflections under her jaw look like really bad scarring.

      • demidaemon

        I’m surprised this hasn’t been an issue as of yet, but it’s probably not an opportune time for mass firing/hiring. Unfortunately, in a month or so, she’ll have forgotten all about it until the next poledance. And then it will be the same shit all over again. Having expressed my thoughts in words, the “right now” part seems even more important.

      • Trent

        @NMMagpie, you’re so right…It really is like a “Santa Fe Gypsy” Halloween costume hanging on the rack at Party City. And just breathtakingly fugly.

        • NMMagpie

          Hilarious!

    • imspinningaround

      I…like this? I like the colors and the sparkle and the shoes, and I especially like how her hair is styled. I think it’d really sing for a photocall atop the Eiffel Tower or at Cannes or something, though–a venue where a breeze could put the lovely movement of the skirt to work.

      • Lisa M. (ReVoir) Kramp

        I have to agree that this is almost pretty. I do give her props for being brave enough to try it, and you’re right…the hair is fabulous.

      • Lucía Gavello

        I like it too, a lot! But to have to scroll down this far for a positive comment makes me think we may be inadvertently hitting the crack pipe though.

      • http://heartprintandstyle.com/ Vivi N

        I like it as well. Even though I do agree with TLo that the blouse is just too busy. Something a bit more toned down would have really made the look.

      • HomeOfficeGirl

        Me too… I think she looks really lovely.

      • Sienamystic

        I really liked the whole thing, except where the detailing from the top got repeated on the skirt. If the skirt had been without that added ornament, I’d be totally on board. Well, ok – I don’t dig the plastic bits on the shoes. But I love the colors of this outfit so much, and I think that shot of her from the waist up is really a stunner.

        • FancyPhilly

          I had the exact same thought in regards to the skirt. I really do like the outfit, love the colors.

      • Kayceed

        I like the silhouette and the colors aren’t bad but Holy Superfluous Design Elements, Karl. Strip off the bib and the tinsel and you might have something.

      • SugarSnap108

        There’s a lot about it that I like, especially the color combo. Had someone at Chanel not thought, “You know what this needs? Tinsel,” I’d be A-OK with it all — except the shoes. They must be destroyed.

        • lunchcoma

          The shoes are my biggest problem with this by far. It has some nice elements, and I think I could work myself into liking it if it were paired with some simple, flat sandals and treated like a more casual dress.

      • deelup

        I like this too. It’s not perfect. But almost nothing is. Maybe she’s just worn me down.

      • kimmeister

        I like the hair too, except the fact that it’s short on one side is triggering some OCD.

      • Nazzzy

        Love this! The colors look beautiful on her, it’s breezy and fun and her hair is rarely styled this well. I do, however, despise he shoes and the hem length.

      • Heather

        I like a lot of this (certainly a lot more than most people, judging by the comments). But what I really like is that she isn’t boring. She isn’t even slightly boring. I am always curious what she is going to be wearing.

    • Jessica Freeman

      Glam Coachella.

    • Daisy Walker

      Great googly moogly. Coco would cut a bitch if she saw the shet turned out under her nameplate.

    • Anna

      Was there a dollar store materials challenge at Chanel? In addition to the tinsel, the top appears to have pipecleaners glued to it.

      • Kitten Mittons

        They did an amazing job! You can’t even tell that top is made out of puppy pee pads.

        • Anna

          Ha! You are SO right.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Yes, I can’t quite grasp that on only two cups of coffee.

      • Leah Elzinga

        the Kaiser’s new motto is “Hey y’all, watch this!” (now seriously, picture him flitting a hand through the air and saying that. It makes the world a better place.)

        • Anna

          That did brighten up my morning, thanks!

    • ScarlettHarlot

      “Everyone loves you. Why must you hurt us so with your crazy-ass style choices?” – So so so true! I adore her as an actress, but her style is so sad!

    • http://www.snoskred.org/ Snoskred

      Wow, I had no idea I could use my Christmas tinsel in this way, during non Christmas.

      Awesome. I’ll get right onto wickety wack-ing my outfits, STAT! ;)

      • Leah Elzinga

        wickety wickety wickety WHACK! Infooooorrrmer…. No? Just me?

        • Kitten Mittons

          Not just you!

    • Ragnarockette

      I actually think both the top and skirt are pretty…

      But it really called for simple hair and a nude or naked shoe. With this hair and this Studio54 shoe it looks like a costume.

      • Breatheinthegood

        I think they are pretty too- just not together. I think the top would have looked better with a plain blue skirt and the skirt would have looked better with the top sans the gold…

        • VCR1

          I agree. Either the top or the skirt but not both together. And the shoes are ugly.

    • Adrianna Grężak

      She looks unrecognizable with that make up

    • Nicholas

      Looks like we’re not in Neverland anymore, Tiger Lily.

      • demidaemon

        “Tiger Lily.” How apropos.

    • MW

      I kind of disagree, the tassels are stupid but the rest is really pretty. Those are great colours for her.

      • CB

        Yeah, I pretty much love everything except for the hair.

    • Nancer

      Swap that top out for something monochromatic, to match the skirt, and I would love this on her. Too much on the top, but that skirt and those shoes are gorgeous. Plus this color is great for her! Put that blue up by her face and you have a winner.

    • Lori

      Someone needs to be yelled at for this, but I’m not convinced it’s Emma Stone. Yes, this was a poor choice and she should have worn something else, but the real issue is that this outfit should not exist. That tinsel crap should not be anywhere near the name Chanel. That’s wear the yelling needs to happen.

      • demidaemon

        Well, yes, Karl needs to be yelled at, pretty much on a daily basis. But Emma needs a stern talking to for allowing this near her (admittedly beautiful) skin.

        • Lori

          I swear if I ever saw Karl on the street it would take a superhuman effort for me not to yell, “What are you thinking???!!!” at the top of my lungs.

          • demidaemon

            Yes, but would he understand that it’s about his design? Because his sartorial and life choices also inspire one to want to yell that at him.

            • Lori

              True. If the occasion arises I’ll go with, “What do you think you’re doing to Chanel???!!!!!!”

            • demidaemon

              YES. Then, get a chorus going on around you and make it a Greek tragedy.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      Was Herr Lagerfeld high when he concocted this mess?…

    • NBG

      Louboutin needs to effing stop with the plastic straps on shoes. And stylists need to stop snatching them up like loyal puppies. This is just ridiculous.

    • MilaXX

      I like the skirt & shoes. Hate the shirt due to Rick rack abuse

    • Roz

      “You guys! Look what I found in a box in the attic! I guess my grandma was in a play in highschool! I don’t know, Arabian Nights or something? They made all the costumes from material they got at Ben Franklin! I did my hair to match, she graduated in like 1940!”

    • Darcy H

      Her eyeshadow and lip color exactly match the main colors of that “dress.”

      I need to go lay down for a moment.

      • Carleenml

        I’m sayin! (that was exactly what I was saying). That eye shadow HURTS.

        • Darcy H

          The eyeshadow is really what offends, for sure. But really the question for her makeup people is A) how do you not notice that you’re making her face the same shades as the dress and B) when you do notice how do you not immediately stop and do something different?

          • demidaemon

            They are blind. It’s the only reasonable excuse.

    • LeelaST

      The outfit is so bad my eyes went to the head and shoes – and now I’m blind. This is head-to-toe awful.

    • Aurumgirl

      The make-up, the hair, the cheap tinsel glaring off her skin…the colours are just all so unflattering. Poor woman.

    • LadyVimes

      It’s just too….TOO.

      And that tinsel looks itchy.

    • Jen

      If the skirt was hemmed just above the knee (tragically eliminating the lower half tinsel) and she tweaked her makeup/hair a little, I could sign off on this… Maybe I’m grading her on a curve because I like her…

    • Kristen Redmond

      Also, the hair. That bobby pin. No.

    • Baghag

      I like it…

      • @Biting Panda

        (I like your Allie Brosh created avatar. She is poignantly hilarious.)

        • jilly_d

          I have been reading her book at night before bed and it often causes me to snort aloud.

          • decormaven

            Lurve her book; loaned it to a friend, who has now claimed it as hers.

            • demidaemon

              Don’t you hate when friends do that no matter how much you love them? I did the same with a Joni Mitchell CD.

    • MannahattaMamma

      THE HAIR! Holy curling iron, Batman, what happened?

    • TAGinMO

      Dime-store Kidman.

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      Costume for a love/hate relationship: Love the hair, hate that it is held in place with a $.01 bobby pin. Love the skirt, hate that it’s so long: this should be knee length on her. Love the colors in the bodice, hate the tinsel and the fringe.

    • therealkuri

      I actually kind of like it. Calls for messier, more bohemian hair though.

    • Carleenml

      Holy fuck, I says. Hardly knew it was her.

    • jilly_d

      I just love her so much but this ensemble, like so many of her others, is (like the kids say these days) an epic fail.

    • Carrie

      Looks like something your kid would make at summer camp. It’s cheap looking, tacky and too much. Chanel was drunk when they made it and she was drunk when she picked it out

    • http://www.beautifymylifeblog.com Jessica

      If you cut off the bottom 18-24 inches of the dress, I think I’d really like this.

    • Danielle

      Holy shit those shoes. Nooooo.

    • Mrs. Julien

      I bet the clear part of the band on the shoe catches just right to be painful. At least the skirt is lined. It’s a victory of sorts.

      She needs to find a new stylist who will do her justice.

    • Pterodactyl111

      Aw, I kind of like it. No, I actually really do like it.

      • Catsss

        I quite like it as well. It reminds me of something I might pick out for myself if I was rich and had places to go. But then again, I’m not very stylish.

    • Anne At Large

      She needs to stay out of Florence Welch’s closet, she’s not qualified (hell, Flo barely is herself, but rules are different for a musician than a successful Hollywood starlet promoting a major blockbuster).

      • flamingoNW

        yeah, Florence Welch may be able to make this work, or Maggie Gyllenhaal?

    • B_C_J

      Love her hair. Just wish the bobby pin was of a precious metal & jeweled. I like the blouse with the fringe but the fringe on the skirt has got to go as do the HORRIFIC, cheap-looking shoes.

    • Stella Zawistowski

      This look has EVERYTHING! Barn dance, Christmas tree tinsel, clear plastic shoe parts…is there ANYTHING missing?

    • Jaeda Laurez

      I love it, just not on her. This deserves personality, and somebody who would actually want to wear it. Like a Flo Welch or a Vanessa Hudgens. I really feel like it needs a brunette to pop though.

    • http://phantomminuet.blogspot.com/ MinAgain

      Tacky, party of one.

    • KinoEye

      FUG. And agreed on her being JLaw before JLaw happened. Not saying she should copy her exactly, but I think she’d look much better if her stylists tried a cleaner, all-American, athletic look on her. That’s when JLaw looks her best (recent Dior mishaps notwithstanding) and something in that vein would also work for Emma. She doesn’t have to be boring about it, but she just doesn’t have the Chutzpah for these overly-tricky looks. I’m not sure even someone like the Goddess Lupita could make this thing work 100%.

      • demidaemon

        JLaw and Dior…please don’t remind me. We have waves of it on the horizon and I’d like to remain unaware of it as long as possible.

    • crash1212

      Shoes are killer tho.

    • Cassidy Olsen

      I agree that the tinsel is too much, but I really can’t hate this otherwise. I’m sorry! I mean, her hair looks a little overwrought, but I think most of the outfit is funky and cool.

    • Resl

      I kinda like it. Leave off the lametta on the top and it’d be pretty cool. The skirt falls nicely.

    • flamingoNW

      To me this is a Girl, that’s not your outfit situation. Coulda looked good on someone, just not her. Can’t think of who right now but….someone. The hair is SO not her hair….

    • R. L.

      Emma, honey chile, listen to your uncles. Don’t be sad, noone could make that outfit work unless it was deconstructed into components and made into separate looks.

    • lbl

      It’s a grower, but I like this!

      I wish the hair was different, maybe more relaxed. And the skirt being just a little longer would have been nice, but none of that detracts from the overall look which is pretty with a little extra something.

    • Nappysue

      I actually love it. The colors are gorgeous and suit her coloring. I would totally wear this myself with a flat gold sandal.

      • IMNAngryLiberal

        I loved it, too, until I got to the shoes. Like you, I would have worn it with sandal — but not gold — there is waaay enough gold in that outfit already.

    • Michelle Gennari

      Looks like a Halloween costume. And that hair…argh.

    • MzzPants

      Really? Matching eyeshadow?
      I don’t think I’ve left one positive comment today. Should I remedy that? Naaaww…

    • Pennymac

      Good Lord. I am traumatized by the fact this is a Chanel. Dollar Store tinsel? Really? Ewwwww.

    • Jecca2244

      I think, for me, her questionable choices come not from the actual patterns or print (it is fun to see something different) but i get the feeling they overpower her. is she petite or just thin? It just seems like too much fabric most of the time. an aside…I work for a luxury lifestyle mag and a few weeks ago i was checking our fashion credits and noticed one of the Chanel cocktail dresses we shot was listed at $38k. I assumed they had switched it with the ring that was the previous credit as that was only $3k….nope, a call to Chanel confirmed it was really a nearly 40 thousand dollar dress….

      • formerlyAnon

        I love vignettes like this. They reinforce my choice to avoid specific knowledge of what Rich People’s Stuff and fashion in particular, really costs.

        • Jecca2244

          the irony of working luxury editorial is that you make no money and are forced to sell your full size samples on eBay to pay the rent. life choices, i suppose!

    • madge

      the thing that ruins this is all the sparkly crap along the bottom of the skirt. without that, i think this outfit would actually be quite cute.

    • SugarSnap108

      The tinsel makes me angry, which is not what tinsel is supposed to do.

    • Chartreusite

      If the tinsel was a more solid trim of some sort I’d actually really enjoy this outfit…I do anyway. It has a certain feel you don’t usually see on the red carpet but it’s kinda declarative in a playful way. Not sure if it’s right for Emma or for her movie premiere, but it’s kinda cute anyway.

    • bizarro

      Could be a lot better without the prim hair and posing. If you are going to choose something like this, you need to own it and show some attitude. She’s too sweet to pull this off. The model looks pretty fierce even though the outfit is not great.

    • Andrea Lentz

      i think she looks fantastic, this is one of the better style choices i’ve seen on her in a while. her makeup is flawless

    • rkdgal

      Her hair is cute…

    • Sam Smith

      I like the top, minus the tinsel and then shorten the skirt (meaning cut off the skirt tinsel) and I think this could be a striking look. Hair is horrible.

    • lrober03

      If the skirt didn’t have any do-dads and went straight to the ground, I would like this look. I think Emma can work the decorated top, but the skirt and shoes take this over the edge

    • alyce1213

      Such a shame, because the tinsel trim and gold shoes take it to craft/costume territory. Without those two elements, I really love it.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

      Emma Stone doesn’t need to pole dance this hard, does she?

    • Laura Meyer

      The matchy makeup doesn’t make it any better.

    • CatherineRhodes

      That is the ugliest frock I’ve ever seen. How is that even Chanel? The crimped hair and shoes are giving me a Depression-era nickel-a-dance “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” vibe.

    • Joanna

      I was thinking that this was an awesome 1920s-inspired outfit that suits her. . . until I hit the bric-a-brac on the skirt. I wish the skirt had been hemmed mid calf and that she had picked some non-Payless shoes.

    • Janet B

      If it weren’t so ugly, I might like it.

    • somebody blonde

      In addition, her face totally doesn’t work for her right now. That eyeshadow is awful.

    • Jen

      I kinda love it!

    • random_poster

      That’s one ugly garment, and deserves to be burned. Who designs this shit?

    • marlie

      I… sort of like this. The skirt is gorgeous, and I’d kill for the shoes. Her hair and makeup look very pretty. The top is problematic, but I think it could be salvaged. BUT… I wouldn’t have worn these two pieces exactly as from the runway. I would have split them up and paired the top with some skinny pants, and the skirt with a less-tricky top.

    • suzq

      The dress should never hang still. It looks good in the last shot, with the wind at her back. It looked good on the runway with the model flipping it around. Perhaps she should have descended on a wire (in keeping with the Spiderman theme) or someone should carry a fan to blow on the dress at all times. The shoes, however, destroy immediately. I don’t care who made them.

    • JP

      Can we at least give her credit for not doing the runway version with the dark tights?

      She does look miserable. Probably bummed out by the clothes.

    • Imasewsure

      As usual our dear uncles were right about Ms Emma not having any real style. She’s all over the place (and this particular look is a place she should leave immediately)

    • formerlyAnon

      Who the ever-loving fuck decided that a high end version of thrift store fortune teller (after all the good shirts were gone) was something the world needs?

      People need to start putting no-Chanel riders into their contracts.

      I kind of like the hair, though. Without the bobby pin. Just go Veronica Lake or part it differently.

      • demidaemon

        I feel like if every starlet put no(insert multiple awful designers her) riders into their contracts, many stylists would start pulling their hair out in frustration at actually having to find decent outfits for them. Now that I think about it, I think I approve of your idea. Maybe it would get the designers to reevaluate their shittier designs as well.

        • formerlyAnon

          Ha! If it were me, I wouldn’t adopt my idea, though. You have to trust your stylist knows what they’re doing, right? And if you don’t trust your own judgment (that would be me, photographic evidence exists that I’m not trustworthy), that goes double.
          I really have to believe that it’s hard to get it right, so many people and so much money is devoted to looks that just fall flat.

          • demidaemon

            I would say yes, but, if you have a string of not so great looks, perhaps it’s time for a reevaluation. *hinthint*Emma*hintnint*

    • decormaven

      When the glare of cheap tinsel gives a young’un like Emma crepe neck, you know this is a big ol’ style fail.

    • TLJezebel

      The skirt has great movement.

      • formerlyAnon

        I will agree with that. It makes me even sadder, knowing that Chanel could be putting out beautiful clothing and it’s a deliberate choice not to do so.

        • demidaemon

          There are aspects of the skirt that I like, like the movement and the color. But that awful trim on it ruins it and then there is the bodice/top. SIGH.

    • AlmostClassy

      Actually, I kind of like it. I’m a tacky thing apparently. I just don’t like the shoes with it. Or the hair.

    • Kbear

      Bobbie pin in the hair? With a dress worth thousands of dollars? For the dress – switch out the tinsel with some beaded trim – then maybe it would be cool. Also, what is with the “sneeze-guards” on the shoe straps?

    • http://twitter.com/#!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

      Keep the shoes. Shred (well, finish shredding) everything else.

    • Sissy

      you guys are trippin, this is beautiful. the hair is problematic though.

    • BrooklynBomber

      I thought I really liked the blouse until I realized that was tinsel. I thought I really liked the skirt until I saw the length, the tinsel, and the scraps of leftover fabric. I never thought I liked the hair style or color-coordinated makeup.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Oh no, Miss Skeeter. Just no.

    • Shawn EH

      Really needs the silver blush-scara to pull it all together.

    • demidaemon

      Yeah, I’m not loving this. Strangely ugly, when, by all rights, it shouldn’t be.

    • alliekat9090

      I must have real problems because I think this is just dreamy. I lurrrv it. All of it.

      • Sly

        I do too! She looks so easy, breezy, beautiful.

        • alliekat9090

          Thank you Sly! I feel vindicated.

      • BLauD

        I’m kind of loving it too, though I’d love it more without the K-Mart tinsel… Really, though, it’s not so bad.

        • Madam Von Sassypants

          I actually love it BECAUSE OF the tinsel.

          • alliekat9090

            I do as well. I would wager that “tinsel” is stunning in person. I don’t read it as cheap at all.

    • http://www.readbarbara.com/ ReadBarbara

      I am starting to think some kind of fashion villain has set out to destroy her one outfit at a time. I don’t think Spidey can save her from that.

    • ThaliaMenninger

      This is when I say Emma Stone has lost her way. Or maybe her mind. But this isn’t good.

    • Lex

      I don’t mind the top half actually- the colors look great with her skin tone and coloring. The issue for me is that hiddy skirt– WHY did they put the tinsel there too? Gawd does it cheapen the entire look. I agree the top tinsel is tacky, but despite that it still works for me for whatever reason. I can’t support the skirt tinsel though.

    • susu

      Huh. This is actually WERQ-worthy to me! Love the color scheme, silhouette and styling. She can really pull off a wide range of colors.

      • Glammie

        Yeah, I kind of like it too. I bet the skirt looks gorgeous in motion. It’s an unusual look, but I like it. Oh well.

    • AthenaJ

      Funny, Elizabeth Moss reached an all-time high in the previous post, and now I feel poor Emma Stone has reached an all-time low.

    • BLauD

      Thank God her skirt is lined. I could not handle one more pair of Granny panties

    • MyFavoriteColorIsGlitter

      Omg what’s wrong with me…? I… like it. TLo says it’s wrong, and I trust wholly in them and almost always agree – and I see, understand, and even kind of concur on the points they have made here, but… BUT! I like it!
      Also, her face and hair are gorgeous here, which doesn’t hurt.

      • conniemd

        Me too. I agree the tinsel on the top is horrible and it would look so much better without it, but overall I think the look is cute and very feminine on her. Love the retro hair.

    • Vtg Fashion Library

      Project Runway Christmas Decor Challenge auf.

    • ojosazules

      I love it. Golden shoes and all. Shehemmazad makes me happy.

    • Sophie

      I would like the skirt a lot if it didn’t have the tinsel. The rest is just awful.

    • conniemd

      Wow, the Bitter Kittens are all over the place with this look. Interesting that it can inspire vitriolic dislike and admiration at the same time. TLO didn’tseve it up as a yea or nay, but roundly panned it without a second thought.

    • SophieCollier

      I gotta disagree with the Uncles here. I really like this on her. You should have made this an In or Out, because looks like I’m not alone on this.

    • deech_sea

      I’m going to join the “love it!” camp. I love it! It’s light and breezy. It feels like spring flowers and sunshine.

    • Stefanie Argudo Mackenzie

      Oh man…this is a tragic result of a giant ass bottle of Tequila, a glue gun, and getting locked into a Michaels Craft store. Woof..this is tragedy at another level…what the hell IS wrong with Chanel? Oh wait..it’s the lack of oxygen to the brain from those stupid-ass PVC collars Karl is sporting….it’s showing…

    • Trickytrisha

      Circus twee. The makeup is as harsh as a grumpy nun on a field trip with 6th graders. The “outfit” gives me a headache, there’s so much wrong with it. The hair is too stylized for the rest of the look. But I like the shoes?

    • a_liking

      for some reason, I actually kinda like this. I think it’s the color and silhouette. but the tinsel is very…. unfortunate.

    • Ginmaru

      So, I’ve tried all day to comment on this post and every single time it has disappeared in the the Ethernet. All I wanted to say was that I like the outfit. I wish they would cut off the tinsel and give her a better pair of shoes. And at last someone is NOT wearing a LBD for Spring.

    • http://frankbettecenter.org/ sleah_in_norcal

      the hair plus the tinsel is giving a tacky gay bozo effect.

    • elzatelzabelz

      No. Girl, that is nobody’s dress, but it sure ain’t yours.

    • icm

      Another perfect lesson for those that believe expensive equals good taste……..Duh! it doesn’t

    • FridaStaire

      I love it apart form how deeply uncomfortable she looks in it. Send to Kidman!

    • quiltrx

      Focusing on the positives, I like her hair.
      But the makeup is awful…to go with the awful outfit.
      Sorry, I couldn’t stay positive.

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      I don’t mind the outfit, but the hair doesn’t go at all and makes her go “schoolmarm.” She’s the fabulous Miss Emma directing the student spectacular to raise funds for the war effort. Any minute now Molly comes out twirling a baton.

    • Mia Moreno

      I have to say this…I think she looks beautiful! This may not be her own personal style, but damn I really love it! On the runway-wow-it’s stunning! On Emma it is not as dramatic, but I think she carries it off. Who cares if there’s a tinsel-feeling to the pieces-it’s like a pop art party! Hair and make-up…spot-on. Love. Go Emma! Always interesting-like a modern-day Audrey…yeah.

    • Clash D

      The dress itself isn’t too bad but all that glittery xmas decoration crap has to go.

    • All_Hail_Great_Satin

      I would like this way better if her hair was more relaxed and hippie-ish.

    • smallgirlsaretrouble

      My goodness she looks like Jane Levy (Suburgatory) here.

    • AnneElliot

      Well, bless her for actually wearing a slip. I am so tired of the sheer skirts.

      But other than that, all I can say is that is TOO DAMN MUCH bling for one outfit. The skirt OR the shoes OR the top, but not all three. Actually, just burn those shoes, seriously. And the hair is too fussy.

    • Mary Lauer

      Just say NO to tinsel on clothes. And not on Christmas trees either, but there at least it has an excuse!

    • kategs

      A lot of the clothing from Chanel has been heinous but I will bet it’s really tough to turn down the Karl when he tells you to wear something…

    • webslice33

      i think it’s pretty…

    • Mousentrude

      No to the shoes; no to the matchy eyeshadow. Yes to the rest of it, I think it’s rather pretty.

    • OffToSeeHim

      I HATE THOSE FUCKING 40′S PIN CURLS!!!! God, how are they NOT OVER yet? There’s something so try-hard about those stupid things that takes every look instantly to costume-y and stupid. Case in point, right here.

    • Liza Ortiz

      I feel like this whole look would translate well as room decor

    • Virginia Lee

      I seriously think most of her fashion problem is that she’s too skinny. She just gets lost in these outfits.

    • akg

      This would be perfect if one were singing at the Alabama state fair in the late 1960′s.

    • amy

      this is a BEAUTIFUL dress and emma stone looks perfect, this article is ridiculous