Anne Hathaway on the Set of “The Intern”

Posted on July 10, 2014

Clearly, this film tells the gripping story of a woman addicted to wide-legged pantery.

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We didn’t much like the costume she was wearing in the previous post, but this one’s giving us executive realness. It’s a great little look. And while her character apparently operates a fashion web site, we like that these clothes look real-world and off-the-rack, for the most part. Not that they look cheap; just that they don’t have that glossy perfection that you sometimes see in film when a character has an interesting or seemingly glamorous job.

Because yeah; it’s all limos and couture when you run a fashion web site. Trust.

Note: this post was put together by two people in t-shirts and workout pants. “Workout” being used in the ironic sense, of course.

 

 

[Photo Credit: Eric Kowalsky/PacificCoastNews, Darla Khazei/PacificCoastNews, Zelig Shaul/ACE/INFphoto.com]

    • imspinningaround

      Neo-Annie Hall normcore realness.

    • Kent Roby

      If she runs a web site, then she certainly has a spacious penthouse apartment as well, with a killer view of the Empire State Building. I like the look here, even though I’m not a fan of person wearing it.

      • Imasewsure

        And her best friend, a bike messenger/aspiring writer, has a 4000 square foot loft overlooking the Hudson

        • Skippymom1

          But don’t you know? The bike guy inherited the loft from his Grandma – it’s rent controlled. Gosh.

        • Kent Roby

          The loft has an industrial-bohemian vibe, with enough space between the bed and the wall of windows to park 3 imaginary cars. His designer clothes are hung on rolling racks, and his sexy bathtub is right in the middle of the room. He hangs his bike on hooks beside the front door, in spite of the abundance of space.

      • Qitkat

        Personally I imagine her in my pretend penthouse, the one where Neal Caffrey the white collar criminal so realistically lives, overlooking the Chrysler Building, splendid from the balcony at night. I would commit crime myself to live in such a place.

        • fursa_saida

          That apartment is UNREAL. I really need to go back and watch the later seasons of White Collar that I’ve missed.

          • Qitkat

            Confessing to a secret habit–I’ve taken screen shots from the show on my desktop, just to look at later : }
            I’m an interior design junkie.

            • fursa_saida

              No, that’s awesome! I mean, I’m in the middle of writing a long-ass essay about the significance of two minor jewelry pieces on Hannibal, I would never judge you :)

            • Qitkat

              That sounds intriguing. Who is the intended audience?

              As an aside, I tried but couldn’t get into Hannibal, even though I recognized its attention to detail, and quality of production. The food blog of the consultant is pretty interesting.

            • fursa_saida

              Just my tumblr followers. I’ve written a lot of stuff on Hannibal in a different vein, so I’ve got a little bit of a following.

        • Kit Jackson 1967

          To be fair I don’t think Neal Caffrey actually pays rent, or if he does, it’s not the going rate. June, the wealthy widow, lets him stay in the apartment because she likes him and he reminds her of Byron, her late husband.

          • Qitkat

            I know! That’s what makes it so unfair! How many of us would have the universe come together for an apartment to die for fall into our hands the way it did for Neal? He’s a charming, gorgeous lucky bastard ;-)

            • Kit Jackson 1967

              He is, but isn’t that why we love him? I can’t wait for the new six episode final season.

            • Qitkat

              Oh no I didn’t realize it is the final season :(((

    • http://recapscallion.blogspot.com/ Claire

      I really like this costume except for the shoes. The color is nice but I firmly believe that if it’s cold enough for a jacket over a long-sleeved shirt you need to put your toes away.

      • evave2

        I just have a tiny look but I like the shoes. Or is it that you think the shoes don’t go with a fall look. I don’t like the style of the pants but that doesn’t mean they don’t work. So a fashion blogger, eh?

      • rocketinu

        I would have added a nice bootie.

      • marlie

        I’d wear this in the fall and spring, including with the peep-toe shoes; that doesn’t bother me. If this was the dead of winter though, those shoes would be ridiculous.

      • PeaceBang

        But I think they’re suede, and in a nice cranberry. So, I’m torn.

      • kimmeister

        Love the color of the shoes too, and not the style. I’m not in love with the denim shirt either.

    • Thomas

      I’m really looking forward to her return. I think she’s a talented young woman. I think it was smart of her to hang low for a little bit.

      • jilly_d

        I was missing her!

      • imustacheyouaquestion

        yes!

    • Gatto Nero

      The “norm” aspect is great — but she’s tiny, and those grey flannels and wedge shoes read pretty matronly to me.

      • J. Preposterice

        yeah, this outfit reminds me of my mom’s best friend’s workwear. (My mom’s best friend is an administrative assistant in her 60s. I’m just saying.)

    • Kbear

      Hate the costume. It makes her look bulky – and she is not big. The pants are big and sloppy, the shirt looks like it is a bodysuit the way it is pulled down into her pants and the jacket doesn’t match any of it. It just looks like 1980’s boring.

    • PinkyK

      It does scream state employee realness…

      • Sarah

        Aww. I’m a civil servant, and even I would eschew pants that made me look bulky.

        • Skippymom1

          I did think that pants looked bulky, but you can see the actress underneath. So, I kind of got past the bad fit. I still hate the shoes tho’.

        • leahpapa

          Agreed – this look adds weight she she just doesn’t have. The proportions are terrible. It reminds me of what I (former civil servant) would wear on a “I tried, but I know it sucks” day.

          • Sarah

            Lord. I know those days. Not TODAY mind you – I swear, I’m frikkin’ dazzling in this cubicle. Honest.

            • leahpapa

              Get it, girl. Me, I’m rocking the pilled jersey dress, scuffed heels, and no makeup. Considering that my professional achievements for today include reading the entire Internet and spending a solid hour trying to track down a coat Jane Krakowski wore on 30 ROCK five years ago, I’d say I’m appropriately attired.

            • Sarah

              I love your day :) For me: Making pithy comments on TLo (as per usual) and compiling a bibliography of sources regarding Albrecht Dürer’s Self Portrait of 1500 (for summer school), sprinkled with some desultory customer service and shuffling around of Important Looking Work Papers. And I actually have eyeliner, so I’m SUPER glamorous!

            • kimmeister

              I didn’t even know jersey could pill!

            • KinoEye

              Searching for a coat from a 5-year old episode of 30 Rock is a productive use of anyone’s work hours. How else will we have appropriate attire for the winter months? As for myself, I performed an exhaustive search for a very specific kind of henna from Yemen. Which of course is out of stock. This was sandwiched between phone answering and dealing with our latest stalker, who is insisting that I print an article he wrote on the meaning of the word “Christianity.” This is why I get paid the big bucks, folks. Not.

    • Fierce & Sassy

      Wow, I think Anne looks pretty spectacular. Elegant, smart and chic! Ironically speaking, this look and ‘business savvy title’ is pretty much how I envision what her character Andy Sachs (Devil Wears Prada) would be up to in modern times.

    • Sophie

      I like the jacket. My grandfather used to wear similar trousers.

    • Sarah V.

      Those shoes are heinous. And in the last shot, the coppery highlights in her hair look dull and unflattering.

    • Constant Reader

      As a costume, I like it. The whole look has a feeling that it’s pulled together from separates in a real person’s closet. I can picture them working with other things in the closet and giving her a lot of looks for her money.

      • Skippymom1

        This is what I like about it too – but I always watch, when they do the “everyday” woman – if they actually will repeat a shirt, skirt or jacket to see if she wears it again. Like we all would.

        • Constant Reader

          i do the same thing! One of the things I love about the costuming of the 1995 Pride & Prejudice miniseries is that dresses are repeated — sometimes with a spencer or fichu, or something to make it different (or warmer on a cool day). Just like we would do in real life.

    • Anna

      I’ve decided that “Addicted to Wide-Legged Pantery” will be the title of my memoir.

      I do love the Annie Hall vibe of the outfit, though am not crazy about the shoes. Is she the intern or does she have an intern that she’s pissed at? Shit looks like it’s about to get real.

      • gefeylich

        How does this have an Annie Hall vibe? No hat, no tie, no vest, no extra-wide oversized chinos, not even a tight little wide-lapel velveteen blazer with a scarf. THAT says Annie Hall to me. This says “Talbots circa 1988.” It’s a look, but not a particularly flattering one for AnnE, unless this is a period piece and even then not so much..

    • HomeOfficeGirl

      I wish those shoes were not wedges, but otherwise, it’s a fine outfit for whatever.
      She’s doing some serious acting here I think because she never looks this “not acting” in any of the “real world walking around” shots we see.

    • Nancer

      TLo, don’t shatter my image of you! I assumed you wear gorgeous suits while sitting in leather club chairs, puffing on pipes and swirling brandy in snifters before making style pronouncements!

      • JauntyJohn

        Although sometimes I picture you in complimentary (but never matchy!) satin bed jackets, sitting at a well appointed breakfast table in a nook somewhere, reviewing photos and files while sipping coffee poured from a sterling silver samovar — like those high-toned couples who would do
        “Breakfast With…” radio shows from their Manhattan penthouse suite.

        • decormaven

          Yes! Fresh-squeezed juice in a glass pitcher and a basket of warm muffins to complete the scene.

    • MilaXX

      I am always amused at Hollywood’s idea of what regular people wear. I doubt I’ll go see this movie, but the stills are interesting.

      • kimmeister

        Yes, but who would want to look at pretty actresses in hoodies and ratty jeans?

    • hughman

      Meanwhile, here at glamorous Commenter Headquarters :

      Me : “Where is my iPad? WHERE IS IT? Don’t you assistants know how to do anything?!”
      Assistant #1 : “Here it is, Mr. Hughman. Would you like another Prada Chai Latte?”
      Me : “Must you ask?” (Looks at iPad) “This isn’t my T-Lo iPad!! This is the Jezebel iPad! (Throws iPad across the office) BRING ME THE RIGHT iPAD! TOOTS SWEET!”
      (Assistants all look at each other and freeze, terrified.)
      Me : “WELL? I haven’t got all day! There are more posts to look at! Now make it snappy and BRING ME MY GUCCI CROISSANT!”

      • Thomas

        Don’t forget to say, “By all means move at a glacial pace. You know how that thrills me.”

    • Cele Deemer

      Whut??? You’re not in smoking jackets, linen pants, Gucci loafers, stroking a Persian kitty while you toil away at your blog? I’m shattered.

    • Qitkat

      The clothes are cute. I love that jacket with the diagonally cut pocket. Gimme.

      The post has made me decide, however, that I actually prefer her in short hair. Didn’t realize that til now, this style is something I used to wear all the time, so it just looks so ordinary on her.

    • girliecue

      And the moral of the story is: no matter how glamorous your job is, if you try to tuck in a chambray shirt you’re still going to look like you shoplifted a week’s worth of groceries into your pants.

    • TheLaurenJean

      I may have first read that 2nd to last sentence as “without pants”. Out of the gutter, out of the gutter!

    • Lila

      I love this post most because of the realness behind the authors’ comment at the end. Bravissimo.

    • Shelby

      I covet that coat …. (and to think that we’re gifted a coat porn post in July).

    • marlie

      This is a really cute outfit. I’ve pretty much worn a version of this look to work myself. I seriously love and covet her jacket, and it needs to come live with me.

    • Grumpy Girl

      It’s me then; I think these pants look dreadful on her. She is slim and they make her look like she has wider hips and lunge-doing thighs. Or perhaps that is a feature of her character? The picture of her with her hands in her pants pockets, in particular, should be an illustrated lesson to all about why hands should only go into pants pockets when adding/removing things from said pockets–not as a place for hands to park while walking.

    • BlairBear

      those shoes hurt me though

    • tarqueeny

      It’s a really nice outfit, definitely something I would wear for work in the autumn. The jacket is adorable. When did her hair grow out?

    • StrandedFashionista

      I hate to say this, but I just noticed Anne has a resting bitch face.

    • ashtangajunkie

      Those pants. Oy.

    • JulieTy

      The only thing I like about this is the wig.

    • Amykl

      I had this exact outfit in 1992 from JCrew.

    • http://www.lippsisters.com/ Deborah Lipp

      If they called them “sit around” pants, fewer people would buy them. Or it would open up a huge market–one or the other.

    • Danielle

      She’s way too old to be an intern, if that’s the role she’s playing. All our interns were born after 1990, which makes me seriously want to drink all the gin.

    • Laylalola

      Let me guess: Midway through her internship her fun gay friend/mentor/photo editor gives her a glamorous makeover.