IN or OUT: Kristen Wiig in J. Mendel at the “Hateship Loveship” New York Screening

Posted on April 11, 2014

When she transitioned from Saturday Night Live cast member to bona fide movie star, Kristen struggled with that thing that almost all comic actresses and female comics have some sort of problem with early in their careers: how to embrace the kind of glamour and polish now expected of them as they move up the fame ladder. She went through a long period of only wearing drab or invisible ensembles in browns and tans. We, of course, ripped our hair out in frustration and urged her to embrace color and find more interesting outfits to wear. She took our advice, as all smart ladystars do (or should). And while we rarely loved the results, we’ve always respected her for evolving her style and taking risks.


Kristen-Wiig-Hateship-Loveship-NY-Screening-TLO-1Kristen Wiig attends screening of “Hateship Loveship” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in J. Mendel Ruby/Multi viscose crepe crewneck dress with black bonded leather front panel and asymmetrical wrap skirt paired with Alejandro Ingelmo ‘Tron’ pumps.


Kristen-Wiig-Hateship-Loveship-NY-Screening-TLO-3J. Mendel Fall 2014 Collection



But we just don’t know about this one, you guys. We love the color story here. And the blocking gives it quite a bit of interest. But that is the ultimate in tricky skirts. Plus the leather bodice looks like she’s getting ready to slaughter something and it’s giving her a bit of uni-boob, while the collar looks like a lovely place for her to collect sweat. Also: Girl, That’s Not Your Hair Color.

But, we’re more than willing to admit that we are the crankiest of cranky bitches at the moment, so we’re once again leaving the judging up to y’all.

Bitter Kittens make the call:


IN! Oh, thank GOD. Something INTERESTING.

OUT! She’s all dressed up for the Hog Butcher’s Ball.





In other cranky news, you were all mostly in agreement with us that Emma Stone’s homage to the execu-bitches in Working Girl did not quite come off as well as she probably intended. The Kittens voted it OUT.

[Photo Credit: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images, IMAXTree]

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  • 3boysful

    Wonky hem notwithstanding, a personal best for Ms Wiig. Lipcolor makes a huge difference on her.

  • Nancer

    I say that we give this an “IN” just to encourage her to move in this direction!

  • Kate Andrews

    I do like her haircut, but maybe in a darker color. As for the dress, it’s better than the usual, but I don’t like the mock turtleneck or the skirt. Out, I guess.

  • KingCrazy


    She looks fantastic. It’s not perfect, but it’s interesting and fresh. At the end of the day, she looks striking and beautiful. Well done.

  • Emily Smith

    An in for effort I think, that’s a much more interesting choice than most of her past ensembles. I don’t like the cut or the color of the hair though.

  • halo323

    In. The belt saves the dress and while I don’t like the length of the hem, it’s a gorgeous color on her. Also, the shoes are great!

  • alyce1213

    OUT. Hog Butcher’s Ball! And the hair color washes her out. She should continue to be encouraged, but not in this direction. WAY too tricky, too much wrong with it. CUTE shoes, though.

  • uprightcitizen

    Out with a huge E for effort. Agree with everything TLo has said. Maybe “Sweat Collectors” will become a trend! Plus, it’s a little disconcerting that if I passed her on the street, I would have no idea that was Kristin Wiig. But fi it had a different neckline and the hem was all the same length, I think it could be a real stunner on her. Her arms look great, her shape looks terrific, and I love the shoe choice (although I can’t tell if that’s her feet and a little toe cleavage showing through cutouts or if there are some sort of golden buckles on them). Agree about the hair, too. The rosy colors in it are all wrong. If she’s going to go more toward blond, it should be more ashy than sandy (IMO).

  • In_Stitches

    OUT. Too many damn ideas.

    • ballerinawithagun

      OUT! Perfectly succinct!

  • IN for encouragement. I really do not like that dress, but it is so much nicer than the stuff she usually wears, and at least her hair and makeup look fairly polished.

    • Pablo Ulloa

      agree, she spiced the things up with that dress, but please J. Mendel… leave the leather and bauhaus to the only one i know that can handle both, Miss Mila Hermanovski.

  • NMMagpie

    OUT. Too much going on with the garment. Brava to the lippy, though.

  • Carleenml

    Out. But she’s forever on my irrational “just don’t get her” list anyway. Maybe that dress could work with really edgy shoes.

  • Liz

    In. For 2 reasons. She looks pretty good (on a sliding scale) and also the look on her face in the close up shot says “I nailed it, boys”. Attagirl.

  • Scimommy

    Ooh, tough one. I’m going to give it the tiniest of In’s because, apart from that unfortunate table cloth hanging over her legs, it looks quite striking. (Also because I just read some reviews of Hateship Loveship and it sounds cool. Also also because I just saw Bridesmaids for the first time recently and really liked it, and her in it.)

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      I loved Bridesmaids. 🙂

    • Wendi126

      It gets better with multiple viewings. I could watch the bridal shower scene on a loop

      • littlemac8

        I love her drunken misbehavior on the airplane!

  • sojourneryouth

    I say IN. She’s getting there, and this is the right kind of choice, even if the exact choice is a bit off. I don’t so much mind the tricky skirt, but the leather bodice is ill-fitting, and the girls are a little low. Also, her lipstick is a smidge too dark, and combined with the too-light hair, kind of makes her look like a “hip” art teacher trying too hard at Open House. Regardless, I call this IN due to the colors and the effort to do something different that mostly works.

  • The Counselor

    The cut of that shirt and the position of that waist make it look like her boobs (and the model’s boobs) end two inches above her waist. A poorly-shaped outfit that also fits poorly on her. (My “OUT” is probably a little biased by finding her overused and overhyped in her SNL days.)

  • MzzPants

    I’m with Alicia on this one: IN for the sake of positive reinforcement. The shoes, however, need to go.

    • They aren’t right, are they? If she was wearing a chic little black suit perhaps, but not with this.

  • sienna elm

    ooh – I really, really want to, but I just can’t. That overskirt piece looks like an apron. Without that and with some bolder styling it could work, but now it’s just futuristic waitress.

  • ShaoLinKitten

    I mostly like it. If the skirt wasn’t a frankenskirt it would have been a vociferous IN. As it stands, it’s an IN with reservations.

  • Chuck Barthelme

    I think it’s interesting. I’m going to give it an “IN” even though it’s not ideal. Though I heartily agree, her hair should not be that color. Makes her look too pale, though my first impression was that might have been the makeup.

  • andi56

    I’m going to say pretty terrible. And what IS it with people who don’t know how to wear foundation garments?!
    I saw the movie, because I love Alice Munro, and I have to say, YIKES! They picked the wrong actress! What a disappointment, because “Away From Her” was so very well done.

  • AmyO

    In! Better than almost everything she has worn in the past several years. Love the bob – keep the length, darken the color~

  • Capt. Renault

    IN. Although by getting more colour, we didn’t mean sunburn.

  • Ron Zank

    IN, though she can do better.

  • SophieCollier

    IN. It’s interesting and she doesn’t look bad at all.

  • Trent

    Absolutely IN. Wrinkled hem issues aside, it’s an interesting, eye-catching dress. Plus: cute haircut and actual lipcolor! For Kristen, it’s a personal best.

  • Fuchsiaforever

    OUT! She’s all dressed up for the Hog Butcher’s Ball, as you have very well said.

    I hate turtle necks or mock necks or whatever you call them. Unless you are Steve Jobs, Jackie O or Audrey Hepburn, you should probably not wear them.

    That hair color is so wrong for her.

    And the skirt is too crazy, not even the great color story can save it.

  • Hermione

    I vote In because it’s interesting and theoretically very good on her—but: I really love the colors of the dress and I love her haircut, but I agree that the color of her hair is a bit off, and the longer I look at the dress the more tortured and odd it seems, something of a napkin-in-a-napkin-ring vibe going on.

  • SBG

    She is killing it. The skirt if a little wonky but this is an IN.

  • Sofia

    she needs a better bra and better hair color. i think it looks better on the model bc of the model’s dark hair.

  • Jacob Bowen

    Wow BK’s, this many IN’s? Maybe I’m bitchy today, too… OUT. If the skirt wasn’t as tricky and she was wearing a real bra with straps that aren’t broken (because clearly her straps broke and she’s free boobing it) then I could say IN. But girl, at least keep trying!!!!!!!!

    • Karen Belgrad

      I’m just replying cause I wanted to say to my fellow Chi-town BK. Hope the kids were nice today! 🙂

      • Jacob Bowen

        Hey! Today was PERFECT! I got to be outside a bunch, the BEST days ever! Hope you enjoyed your Friday! WOOOO WEEKEND!

    • formerlyAnon

      I was not even slightly tempted IN-ward. If you’re bitchy, I’ll claim it as well.

  • catherines

    In! She has great posture and she’s wearing this tricky dress really well.

  • Danielle

    That is some seriously harsh hair.

  • B_C_J

    OUT!! From the belt up it’s fine. I like her hair & lipstick. From the waist down I am left speechless. How many overlays does the banquet table have? Ugh.

  • OUT. She’s a door opener for female comedians, she has to be held to a higher standard. She needed a good brown to help define her eyes, the dress looks like a very complicated leather sack. Her lips look great and that cut (though not color) flatters her face.

  • IMNAngryLiberal

    IN – I’m never going to love hi-low skirts, but I like everything else. (Although I’m not sure I would have recognized her as Kriten Wiig without the headline.)

  • Shawn EH

    Ship this one off to Vera Farmiga. Unless Kristen too is playing a serial killer now. Oh, wait, she looks like Judy Davis! How did that happen?

    • marlie

      She *does* look like Judy Davis. Good call!

  • VicD

    In – I really like it. The uniqueness of this dress suits her. She’s quirky without being at all twee.

  • Glam Dixie

    I’ve scrolled back up and tried to like this 3 times and I just can’t talk myself into it. Out.

  • butterflysunita

    IN. It’s a cool dress, if a bit difficult to wear, and she’s mostly carrying it off. And from the neck up she looks pretty.

  • Karen Belgrad

    I feel like she’s a waitress at some restaurant… the booth has been re-purposed as the top portion, the bottom looks like an apron.

  • Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume

    her face looks nice and the cut is flattering

  • brown-eyed girl

    I’m not loving the dress, BUT it is a big step in the right direction. She looks polished, and I’m diggin’ the hairstyle and the makeup. IN.

  • somebody blonde

    In. She’s mostly pulling it off (though you’re right, it’s not her hair color).

  • Wink

    What happened to the bottom of the skirt? The Project Runway contestant ran out of time before ironing and hemming it? No, sweetie, no.

  • lunchcoma

    IN. It’s not perfect, but it’s more interesting and ambitious than most things I see on the red carpet, and it’s certainly an improvement for her.

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    Really liking it from top to…well, not to toe. The shoes don’t go with the dress. But I do love her hair and make up and I like the dress very much. Brava for baby steps. 🙂 So yeah, that’s an “in” for me.

  • Anna Vasquez

    IN for effort, but that lipstick is aging her.

  • SuzyQuzey


  • decormaven

    Out- this is a very tricky dress, even on the most experienced fashionista. She gets style points for the attempt, though.

  • CeeLayton

    The top looks like upholstery leather; thick and stiff. The bottom looks like a dish towel turned apron on a grape squasher’s skirt. OUT.

  • MarissaLG

    Sorry girl. I love ya, but that dress is doing you no favors (neither is the hair or makeup). This is OUT.

  • jw_ny

    OUT…Once I got the image of her neck sweating while she’s butchering something, I just couldn’t go any other way.

    The underskirt …if it had been flat, rather than pleated/folded, I’d have liked this more. Her hair…me no likey. She’s morphed into some generic celeb…barely recognizable version of the woman I’ve come to appreciate and laugh with.

  • Bailey Debruynkops

    INNN CUTE HAIR & she looks confident

  • If she had a darker hair color and different shoes, I feel like she’d be pulling this very interesting look off. Which I guess reveals that I don’t think she’s pulling it off as-is. Sorry Kristin, it’s an OUT from me (because I know you care what I think.) You’ll get’em next time, Tiger!

  • SEPA_Q

    From the thumbnail, I thought it was one of Chole Sevigny’s alters! Haircut is in, but color out. Rest looks stiff and she looks uncomfortable. out.

  • judybrowni

    IN…grading on a curve.

    But that hem is hiddy, and the leather butcher apron bodice is doing her figure no favors.

    Also not a fan of the lipstick.

    • Kitten Mittons

      IN for these exact reasons.

  • what not

    In. I love it.

  • marlie

    IN. The look is a little problematic, but my first instinct is that I love it. The dress is really interesting, and maybe she could have stood to have a less tricky skirt (also, one that was steamed/pressed), but I still like the overall look. I like the bold lip color, and I like her haircut, even if the color washes her out a bit.

  • Evan

    “In” because it’s interesting and for encouragement, but that skirt looks like a tablecloth to me.

  • trisker

    OUT — dress is WAY too weird.

  • JauntyJohn

    IN. I wouldn’t have suggested it, and I don’t think she’s *quite* pulling it off… but she’s also not *not* pulling it off, either.
    So I’m gonna give it to her. Visual interest is right.

  • Aurora Leigh

    IN–I like the haircut.

  • ashtangajunkie

    In. Wiig wins this round – it is a vast improvement.

  • Roz

    IN. Venue appropriate!

  • CeeQ

    My first thought was WOW. Comparatively….to her history…..this is definitely an IN for me.

    But – I want that weird turtle-neck-y collar gone from the top, the right side of the skirt looks like a completely different skirt to the left side, which is the fabulous side…..I am angsty about the shoes…..and I don’t think the hair colour is doing her any favours. BUT. Comparatively. Still an IN.

  • Kelly

    Out. That skirt makes her look like a cocktail waitress after a long night spent fighting off drunks who keep pawing at her apron.

  • MilaXX

    OUT! With reservations. If the skirt was a regular skirt I’d be okay with the dress. I do not love the hair fold, but I like the hairstyle. I’m also nit sure that lip color is working for her. However, if everything else was right I likely would have overlooked it. I’d give this an attach gusto, but not an IN vote.

  • travelgirl28

    I didn’t even recognize her…and I’m not sure that that is a good thing. Out.

  • bunnydiet

    A tablecloth is still a tablecloth no matter what you do with it.

  • MaggieMae

    OUT. That bodice. Nay.

  • Synnae

    IN – this is probably the first thing I’ve seen her wear where I didn’t go blergh. And while the skirt is a bit weird, the overall shape of the dress is working for her.
    Also, I love her hair cut. Great length and I actually like the colour.

  • Jaeda Laurez

    IN. Here’s to looking like you care every once in a while.

  • Nikko Viquiera


  • geans

    Out! Leather + boobs is always awful unless it’s in a sexytimes scenario.

  • LaSylphide

    Out. It’s trying to do too much. Leave out the weird skirt hemline and the leather (plastic?) turtle neck, and it might be ok. This just looks silly.

  • lbl

    All I know is that she reminds me of Sarah Paulson with her hair like this.

    Also, IN.

  • rissa42210

    IN – let’s be encouraging. Sure, not all of it is working, but it’s so much better than her standard!

  • dash1211

    Oh, out. It looks as if she rose from the table with her napkin still in her lap.

  • Ashley Ellen Wilson

    Out. That hair is unforgivable.

  • BrianaJC

    IN, but that skirt would be perfect if the underlay was a straight pencil skirt in line with the diagonal overlay. (don’t know if any of those are proper terms, but I hope I got the point across)

    • Imasewsure

      Yes that is so weird… it’s all edgy and angular and then the assymetrical flowy skirt?????? IN but with a big needle scratch

  • AMartel

    Out. Horrible. Better to stay true to self and be drab and underpresent than make a huge effort to dress up and change and still come off as drab and underpresent with bonus unrecognizable. She’s pretty and could do so much better.

  • boweryboy

    OUT. It’s like three different dresses, one skirt, and S&M-lite gear rolled into one.

  • KendraMR

    OUT. That hair color is awful, her boobs look sad, and the skirt is too tricky; but at least she tried.

  • kimmeister

    Wow, the model must have been freezing cold . . .

    Even though I hate the random floppy underskirt, I love the top of the dress so much I will give her a small in.

  • Janet B

    Sorry, no…..OUT

  • sagecreek

    Alas, I love KW but that skirt pushes this firmly into Outville.

  • Imasewsure

    I say IN but I hate hate the hem of this thing…


  • Imasewsure

    Why am I ok with the hair? I really like it and I think I shouldn’t….hmmmmm

  • Tracy_Flick

    Since when is that a “crewneck?”

    Oh, and OUT because the hair is really aging on her. The dress is OK but not nice enough to save it.

  • IN! While not perfect, it’s SUCH an improvement. I love her new haircut, too!

  • crash1212

    OUT! That thing doesn’t even look good on the model. If a model can’t carry it off, poor KW doesn’t have a chance. Like the shoes though. Like the hair style, but the color is not good.

  • MW

    IN. This is gutsy, interesting, and she mostly looks great. I have no idea what to think about the hair.

  • Columbinia

    OUT! Hog butchers’ ball to be sure. There’s just waaay to much going on with this dress to be coherent. Also, the lip color, bob and hair color make Kristen Wiig unrecognizable. At first I thought maybe I was looking at Blythe Danner from 20 years ago.

  • Lori

    Out. The bodice and neck are just awful and the skirt is overly tricky. It looks like she got a placemat stuck in her belt. Also, not everyone needs to be blond. She has my respect for the risk-taking though. Maybe someday soon it will pay off.

  • IN!!!!

  • IraKi

    IN! She is going somewhere with this look. It is interesting, it is a step in the right direction in many ways. I don’t want to scare her. BUT I LOATH the eye make up.

  • elirt

    IN! I think she looks great and you can tell she’s feelin’ it. Great make-up and her hair cut/color really suit her!

  • guest2visits

    The hair is a nice change up. But the dress is mostly OUT – I don’t think it’s her look at all, for all the reasons stated.

  • Slanted & Enchanted

    OUT. I think this dress is almost irreparably ugly to begin with, plus the styling is Not Good. I liked her style better before – this seems to add at least a decade to her.

  • Pepper Collins

    This is IN, but she needs to do something about that hair!!! Like brush that mop or something, girl!

  • Lorelei_D

    OUT! Love everything about her, but if its over-designed and awkward on the model, it won’t do any favors for you either!

  • prisma

    I think she looks nice.

  • luludexter

    In! I don’t like the haircolor, but the rest of the ensemble looks great!

  • lchopalong

    I actually like it. IN.

  • Julie Chase

    In, I love it!

  • JP

    I remember on Queer Eye years ago, Carson saying it was called a “mock” turtleneck because if you wore one, people would mock you. This look only proves that point. Big ole OUT from me.

  • GeoDiva

    She needs to be a brunette.

  • quiltrx

    OUT but it’s not totally her fault. If the table-cloth-y underneath part of the skirt were just straight and simple in a heavier fabric, I think I’d like this.
    The belt part looks a little inflatable, though…

  • Gatto Nero

    Out, sad to say. The dress is overdesigned and unflattering. Leather bib and huge napkin tucked into the belt; “tricky skirt” was the first thing I thought, too.
    With her tall, slender frame she could carry almost anything, including something a bit risky. But this isn’t it.

  • Gloriana Reginata

    Definite in. I like the leather bib, high neck and all; and the skirt diagonal in that oxblood red has the flair to stand up to it. The only things I would discard are that extra fold in the skirt below the diagonal, and the hair colour, which cannot live up to that dress, nor, indeed, to Ms Wiig herself.

  • I say IN, she’s taking a risk and embracing it, and coming very close to bringing it off. I agree that the hair color is not right, but I do love the cut, and that it is relatively neat. Also, it looks like there was yet ANOTHER color/layer of draping on the model’s photo (check out the flash of yellow by her left ankle), and how wonderful that Kristen and her stylist had the good sense to have it removed. So yes, IN, with a side order of “attagirl”.

  • formerlyAnon

    Oh my god OUT. The skirt is at war with itself and the sum total is neither pretty nor edgy, impressive nor flattering.

  • Leah Elzinga

    If she had a deeper, richer hair colour, she could have pulled this off. A chocolate brown coif would have balance this out perfectly. Not the uniboob, but there’s only so much a box of colour can do.

  • a_liking

    IN. the hair is goofy but she is pulling off that dress amazingly well.

  • a_liking

    IN. the hair is goofy but she is pulling off that dress amazingly well.

  • ankali

    In. By far the most interesting and head-turning thing she’s ever worn. It’s declarative, and I really like that on her.

  • ankali

    In. By far the most interesting and head-turning thing she’s ever worn. It’s declarative, and I really like that on her.

  • Jeannie Shmina Greenwald

    Am I the only one who thinks the entire affair is aging her? The hair and makeup is a NO and the dress…to me it’s chaotic and misses flattering her.

  • Carly Clement


  • Reality TV Casting

    in with a disappointed eyebrow in response to that lip color and hair color which make her look muddy

  • Judih1

    OUT – Hog Butcher’s Ball indeed.

  • unbornfawn

    More of an attagirl. IN

  • altalinda

    Classic scrolldown fug. Interesting, flattering…what the..! The skirt is too complicated for her and the hem looks like it was tacked up in a hurry. Out.

  • Miranda Reseigh

    In. I think the dress is a move in the right direction. I think she could manage the skirt better if she didn’t look so unsure of herself. I’m also pretty sure that she could rock a blonde, but girl, that’s not your blonde.

  • MightyMarshal

    The way the model is styled, her coloring and her hair length and texture is just about the only way to wear that dress.

  • GillianHolroyd

    Oh, so unfair to make this In/Out. The lip color and hair cut are such an improvement but they can’t hope to compensate for the butcher’s apron. But she’s getting there.

  • PeaceBang

    I love it. It made me stop and say, “WOW, lady!” IN!

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    I’m not sure that that skirt was designed to be worn by mortals,but I do like the colors in the dress, so I will give Kristen a provisional IN

  • LeelaST

    OUT. Hate the mix of fabrics and that wonky hem. She was not meant to be a blonde.

  • I like the dress, but the hair color is so bad I can’t even appreciate it. OUT.

  • sleepycat

    A close one here, but ultimately an OUT

  • RutGot

    IN. I think it’s a great dress, she’s basically wearing it instead of vice versa and she seems to know it.

  • MightyMarshal

    Side note: did they put some kind of nipple shield on the model? Because that leather looks too thick to be shining headlights otherwise unless it’s actually really thin leather and it’s deceiving.

  • kerryev

    I agree with all your assessments but I still like it. ?

  • demidaemon

    My first question was: This is Kristen Wiig? Her new hair is throwing me off; I will have to become accustomed to it. The lipstick is wrong, and I like the skirt, but this dress was a fail from its design birth: It’s a frankendress. Bad dress choice = OUT.

  • alliekat9090

    Not over the moon about the dress but I dont think she has ever looked so pretty. Dont understand the negatives regarding the hair- its simple and muy flattering. And I LOVE her makeup.

  • alliekat9090

    Not over the moon about the dress but I dont think she has ever looked so pretty. Dont understand the negatives regarding the hair- its simple and muy flattering. And I LOVE her makeup.

  • sarah

    Out. Please. A better bra.

  • MM4321

    Dress: in. Hair: kinda out.

  • Alexis Wenceslao


  • French_Swede

    Wow….I’m seeing so much newly-blonde Maggie Gyllenhaal in Ms. Wiig!

    Waist up …. IN
    Waist down…OUT

  • Mousentrude

    Out. It looks like she was wearing a chic leather dress and then wrapped a tablecloth around her waist – can’t stand it on the model either – so although I appreciate the effort she’s making I can’t condone the whole look.

  • MannahattaMamma

    I say that once you’ve put on shoes called “TRON” you’re walking on some pretty thin ice. Out. Plus now all of a sudden she looks like Leslie Mann & I’m getting all confused.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    I could handle the too-light hair color because her makeup and the bob are working. But that dress is so not working on so many levels. Oh, yeah, so… OUT!! Although she could play Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd pretty nicely in this outfit.

  • That lipstick is killer and I love her hair. She looks smashing. Jury’s still out on the dress for me. Can’t do an In or Out, but she’s definitely looking terrific here.

  • Pterodactyl111

    IN!!!! I hate hate hate turtlenecks, but I will make an exception for this because the rest is so great. I LOVE that lip color.

  • amanda lynn

    …why does dressing up for the Hog Butcher’s Ball mean it’s bad? 🙂 I’m proud of her not dressing like a dirty bra, so I’m giving her an IN.

  • MartyBellerMask


  • I want her in a more supportive bra, but otherwise this is great for her. IN!

  • raeb23

    I like the colours & would give the bodice a pass if the whole skirt was like the top half. The wonky gathered part with uneven hem makes this an Out for me.

  • Cathy S

    I like it. I prefer the geometric part of the skirt though. The hanging part kind of looks weird. But I give her an IN.

  • Jessica Freeman

    OUT. All the OUTS. The hair is by far the worst offender, followed oh so closely by that fug dress.

  • drdirection

    Seems like an appropriate dress for an event at MoMA

  • msdamselfly

    OUT NOT her dress and the hair looks fried

  • Anplica Fiore

    Out – I don’t think she looks good at all here – & the smirk on her face let’s me know she agrees.

  • Raspberry2012

    I’m going to say IN because of the dress and shoes. The hair and lipstick need to be done over.

  • Kristen Lewis

    From the waist up I like this look, but the skirt ruins it. I’d vote it out.

  • anotherkate

    I would be totally on board if she just had a softer lipcolor. The 90s burgundy ages her.

  • Gener1c

    Out – ick.


    WOW! I actually thing this looks amazing on her… especially after some of the disasters she has worn.