Girl, That’s Not Your Dress: Shailene Woodley in Peter Pilotto at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

Posted on August 11, 2014

Oh, come ON.

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Shailene Woodley attends the 2014 Teen Choice Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California in a Peter Pilotto dress paired with Kurt Geiger pumps.

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (2)Peter Pilotto Fall 2014 Collection

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (3)

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (4)

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO-(4B)Kurt Geiger London ‘Britton’ Pump

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (5)

Shailene-Woodley-Peter-Pilotto-2014-Teen-Choice-Awards-Red-Carpet-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (6)

We don’t care how popular Peter Pilotto is with the red carpet crowd at the moment, this is Shailene Woodley, who eats dirt and extols the virtues of sun-baking her vagina. This kind of severe, geometric, Fashion-with-a-capital-F look should be saved for the Mia Wasikowska’s of the world. Box this up and send it off to her, Shailene. Let’s wash that shit out of your hair and get you in a hemp caftan or something.





[Photo Credit: Jennifer Graylock/, IMAXTRee]

Please review our Community Guidelines before posting a comment. Thank you!

  • RussellH88

    Ugh, this one.

    • stellavision

      Which one, Shailene or Peter?

      • RussellH88

        Shailene, I have no opinion of her as an actress but she seems to be trying to be the crunchy-granola version of Jennifer Lawrence.

        • Kent Roby

          I watched “Divergent” yesterday, and it was really hard to keep from thinking of her as a low-rent JLaw and of the movie as a “Hunger Games” wannabe.

          • JasmineAM

            Both of which are vastly inferior to Battle Royale. JK I loved Hunger Games too.

          • jeneria

            It’s a shame, too, because I think the Divergent books are better than the Hunger Games. Not necessarily in writing style but I thought the author took more chances with her characters than Collins did with her characters.

          • Kent Roby

            I kept expecting kids to be picked from the 5 factions to fight to the death, though Dauntless kids would have a huge advantage in battle, with an Erudite occasionally outsmarting the others.

          • demidaemon

            I skimmed a copy at Walmart and I just couldn’t with the quality of the writing. It made me nearly violent.

          • dmkava

            Not only was she excellent in the Descendants, she was pretty amazing in the Spectacular Now.

        • StrandedFashionista

          It always looks like she’s desperately trying to ‘out quirky’ JLaw.

          • evave2

            Rather than finger guns we get bizarro thumbs up.

            The dress looks like if I stared at it long enough I could cause myself a stroke. So I am leaving this thread now.

          • kimmeister

            Well, the bizarro thumbs up do give her the chance to show off her nifty ring.

        • dmkava

          Annnd that’s how you contribute to sexism in Hollywood. Do you compare Jake Gyllenhaal to James Franco? Aaron Taylor Johnson to Daniel Radcliffe? People always pitting actresses against each other=ridiculous. Both actresses can exist and be famous/talented without having anything to do with each other, it can and should happen.

          • RussellH88

            Similar age, similar blockbuster films, similar public persona.

            In the same way that I’d compare one of the One Direction guys to that 5SOS band.

          • demidaemon

            Exactly. It doesn’t help that Shailene almost encourages the comparison herself. And, in response to dmkava, people do make the comparisons with male celebrities, too.

          • dmkava

            WRONG! Please google shailene woodley on comparisons to J.Law. Thanks.

    • jeneria

      The dress is fug and she is highly irritating.

      • Man Dala

        I second that emotion.

  • Mothra

    I feel like it would be better without the white strappy things. And different shoes.

    • Sarah

      Better, but still hiddy. So, might as well strap it up, I’m thinking. She should just go ahead and add a (sustainable) rainbow wig and some clown shoes and call it a day.

    • portlandmermaid

      what is it with all these strappy white…belts, binding tape? Are they an emergency fix?

    • kimmeister

      The shoes are just about the only thing I like about this look!

  • R.A.

    It looks like someone took a DVF wrap dress and MANGLED it.

    • Winterlight

      It looks like three DVF wrap dresses got drunk and ended up in a horrible accident, then were Frankensteined together. With about as much success as the original Frankenstein.

      • demidaemon

        I believe Dr. Frankenstein’s fashion-addicted cousin is PP’s mentor and/or main assistant.

  • Kathy_Marlow

    Project Runway leftover materials challenge.

    • Kitten Mittons

      And the leftover materials were paper dolls, neoprene, velvet, and my dad’s old barca lounger from the basement.

  • pizzaqueen

    i dont know how a dress that crazy can look so matronly, but it does?

    • cowper

      I’m guessing it’s the enormous wrap front–like you have something to hide. And if you’re of a certain age, you probably have something that you want to hide or augment. But not when you’re 20-something!

  • Peter Pilotto is just fucking with us at this point, isn’t he?

    • Kent Roby

      Has he ever not been? I just hope that he and Stella McCartney have drinks and major laughs together at how they’ve convinced celebs to wear their crap.

    • Jackie4g

      Does anyone actually buy this line of clothing or is it just the stylists who keep it in the news? Or, is it like my theory about Stella McCartney having major dirt on all the newspaper publishers? It could happen. Because there is little else to explain Peter Pilotto’s designs.

      • I know several people who bought a couple PP for Target pieces, but I can’t fathom a star waltzing into his boutique and selecting a few pieces for purchase.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      In a word, yes.Oui.Ja.Si. Da. I will never understand his appeal or pull within the fashion industry.

  • SewingSiren

    Here’s an idea. You’ll stand out from all the other girls at the beach party if you wear a winter dress from the career wear section of Macy’s.

    • prettyinmink

      That outfit makes me sweat just looking at it. And it looks doubly bizarre after Tay’s beach outfit.

  • marlie

    The dress is ugly anyway, but it’s also, in no way whatsoever, her dress. It’s WAAAAAY too complicated for this chickie.

  • Sarah

    Are those tiny human heads on that dress? Because, yikes.

    • SugarSnap108

      Oh my god, they are. Attached to … arms holding a wand??

      • Sarah

        YOW! Arms, too! Yer right! Now I can’t help it. I’m dying for a close up of the skirt. Who knows what that is…

        • prettyinmink

          I wish I had looked at this on my phone instead of the computer. I’m obsessed with trying to figure it out now.

      • AnnaleighBelle

        Now I’m scared. Someone hold me.

      • A wand? Or one of the gladiator giant q-tips.

    • prettyinmink

      I can’t unsee the faces with legs (arms?)! That is totally freaking me out.

    • marlie

      What the actual fuck?

      • Sarah

        I KNOW. The sheer number of them coupled with the leotard-y/baton action is calling to mind one of those creepy Chinese “we made 5000 children all do this synchronized” numbers.

    • Jacob Bowen

      Thanks. Now I will be terrified forever.

    • Sophie

      It might be an army of gymnasts photographed in disco lights so as to resemble a multicoloured vertebral column. I want to know what is on the skirt.

      • SugarSnap108

        I’d been thinking baton twirlers. But no, I believe they are indeed an army of rhythmic gymnasts. The skirt appears to be free of gymnasts and other humans.

  • NinjaCate

    She’s doing this on purpose now.

  • AnnaleighBelle

    Peter Pilotto stuff rarely strikes me as anybody’s dress. I don’t think I appreciate that line’s aesthetic.

    • marlie

      That’s such a nice, diplomatic thing to say… ” I don’t think I appreciate that line’s aesthetic.” I’d just say that the sh!t is fugly.

      • AnnaleighBelle

        I’m working on my bitchy.

        • Lisalady161

          We kittens are here to help, Annaleigh. I think I got bounced from here once for voicing my opinions on PP a wee bit vehemently.

          • AnnaleighBelle

            It’s a 12 step dream….

        • SugarSnap108

          You have come to the right place for your studies.

  • ctopine

    My biggest problem with this look is how unfinished her face looks. You can’t wear this complicated dress with sleek red shoes and then have a face made up to look so natural. She looks like she forgot to do her makeup before walking out the door.

  • Kitten Mittons

    The dress fits her well, and I like the color of shoes she paired with it. That is the end of the nice things I have to say.

    Also, this dress went to the same event as the last two. The only thing that ties these three looks together is the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad hair on all three ladies.

    • Sarah

      THNGVBH for reals! I just wanna grab her head and muss that biz up.

      • Kitten Mittons

        I don’t hate short hair on her, but Honey. If you have short hair, you have to know what your options are in terms of styling.

        Did she put in more highlights, too? Maybe it’s just the shininess of it, but I’m not digging the color either.

        Did someone give me decaf this morning? So much bitterness today.

        • Sarah

          I don’t mind her hair either, but she has a weird tendency to go slicked-down with it and she should consult Halle Berry on why it looks better with some volume. Also, what is the POINT of decaf?

          • Kitten Mittons

            FPLO: For Pregnant Ladies Only. That was the only time I ever really appreciated decaf.

            My mom does drink it, though. Caffeine after roughly noon will keep her awake all night now. But the woman barely sleeps anyway. I don’t think she’s slept past 7 am since 1976.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Decaf in our house because both Mr. B3 and I must have coffee after dinner, and if we drink high-test after 6pm we don’t sleep, which makes me even bitchier….

          • Kitten Mittons

            I can still tolerate caffeine in the evening, but I’m a caffeine junkie. Mr. Mittons ( I like the sound of that, sounds like a cat) has cut down considerably, so he doesn’t like caffeine at night anymore. But it’s funny, he still hates decaf for some reason. Just on principle, I guess? He’d rather just not have it than drink decaf. I’ll drink either, I just love coffee. Like a lovely, warm, fuzzy blanket for my mouth.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            We have a good local coffee roaster in the area who does several area farmers’ markets, so I can buy genuinely good decaf. But in the morning, I want my caffeine-no ifs, and, or buts about it.

          • Kitten Mittons

            High fives from a gal on her third cup.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Thanks! I was schooled in drinking coffee by my dear departed father, who brewed percolator coffee for himself while he fixed breakfast for me and my sibs. I fondly remembering him telling me that if I ever drank coffee, to “drink it black. Don’t put any of that garbage(meaning milk/sugar) in it.” After drinking about four cups of Dad’s coffee one Thanksgiving, I probably could have run around the globe twice.

          • Kitten Mittons

            My kinda guy! Love memories like that 🙂

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Dad was a genuinely good guy-in addition to schooling me on coffee, he cooked Sunday and holiday dinners throughout our parents’ marriage (with the exception of the two years he spent in WWII). He made fabulous fried chicken and his fried chicken gravy was legendary in our family.

          • Kitten Mittons

            And he could cook? A good guy indeed. My dad is great, but he cooks four things: bacon, pancakes, waffles, and pumpkin pie. They are good enough that no one else is allowed to cook them when he’s around, but it ain’t no chicken gravy. Still, Sunday brunch is a favorite.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Yes, indeed, Dad could cook. We had a very traditional, Leave It to Beaver home-mom a full time stay at home mom to four kids, Dad was the breadwinner, but he loved to cook and took over on the weekends, doing sloppy joes and other comfort food. He loved doing the big holiday dinners.
            You dad sounds like a great brunch guy!

          • Kitten Mittons

            He is. Our house was LITB-esque as well, though my mom did go back to work, eventually, after kids and such. She also handles all the money, thank goodness. And Dad made sure I could change tires & oil, fish and camp, and took me to sports stuff, etc.

            Slightly related, but I’m reading “The Five Love Languages” right now, and it talks about the different ways that people express their love, and how they want to receive that love. My dad is definitely someone who shows love by acts of service (and gifts, to an extent). He comes into visit now and starts fixing things around the house immediately. As a result, I think I’m the same exact way. I’ll probably forget to tell you Happy Birthday, or post it on FB, but you should know I mean it, because I baked you Brownies, cooked dinner, worked really hard to surprise you with a present, etc. Daddy’s girl to the core.
            Funny how you always hear that girls want a man like their father. I married the exact opposite. He’s not a doer, but he’ll tell me everything he loves about me all day long. That’s great. If you love me, do the dishes, dear?

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            How lovely that you have such a great dad-treasure him-and your mom, too. That book sounds worth reading;it’s really important to understand how people give and receive love.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Thank you, I will. Maybe not verbally enough. I think I’ll call them tonight. Yours sounded amazing, too, and thanks for sharing your memories of him.

            It’s a self-help type book, which I usually hate. But this one makes a lot of sense. And sometimes just shining a light on how we behave is helpful in itself by creating understanding, rather than forcing each other to try and change. Sometimes 🙂

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            sometimes just shining a light on how we behave is helpful in itself by creating understanding, rather than forcing each other to try and change. Sometimes 🙂

            Well said. Lately I’ve been reminding myself to remember that when I’m talking with friends that I need to actually listen to what they are saying, rather than begin preparing my own rejoinder….

          • Kitten Mittons

            Listening is something we can all stand to work on, for sure. I used to think I was a good listener, but it’s a skill that needs practice continually, like any other. I’m also trying to work on that. With loved ones especially. Don’t you find they are the ones that we tend to tune out the most? As if we think we know them so well, we know what they’re going to say, or something.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            the Mr. and I have been married for 41 years, and yet I still need to remind myself at times to pay attention.

          • Kitten Mittons

            41, look at you! Bravo. Y’all must have been listening at least some of the time to get that far 🙂

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            thanks-we were such kids when we married (22 years old, both of us) that in many ways you could say we’ve grown up together

          • Kitten Mittons

            How sweet!

            I was definitely a kid when I met my husband (18, he was 25), so I can understand that. He had to help me do some growing up.

          • demidaemon

            I’ve given up caffeine as well, because it has a tendency to make me jittery. I’m glad I did, actually.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Good for you! I did while previous, but went right back after nursing. I missed it so.

          • demidaemon

            Since I’ve never been big on coffee (gave me horrible stomach aches), it was pretty easy to just switch to caffeine free Coca Cola and green tea. 🙂

          • Kitten Mittons

            I do not discriminate in my caffeine consumption. Gimme gimme gimme.

          • demidaemon

            Heh. 🙂

  • hughman

    I think this might be about as dressed up as Lesbian Tennis Players get.

  • Janet B

    This is beyond horrible on her. Although the print is funny.

  • NMMagpie

    This dress is just tragic, no matter who would be wearing it.

  • TM

    And with that thumbs up and sticky hair she has soaked up the last ounce of good will I had remaining from “The Spectacular Now.”

  • Lisalady161

    I agree on the dress, but as you know I don’t a Peter Pilotto is ANYONE’s dress. But I am loving those pumps!

  • 3boysful

    Send this to Solange.

  • Kent Roby

    Thank god; I’ve been hoping that someone would design a dress that looks like fishbones on the bodice and ammo on the skirt, with a built-in back brace.

    • AnnaleighBelle

      Sometimes you don’t know what you need until it’s staring you right in the face.

      Oh…those are little faces on the fishbones. Hmmm…

      • Kent Roby

        Sometimes you don’t know what you need until it’s staring you right in the face….literally……dozens of weird heads staring right back at you. Now I will have nightmares involving the Human Centipede. Thanks, Peter!

        • bitchybitchybitchy

          Peter Pilotto-the man to fulfill all of your worst fears, fashion wise.

          • demidaemon

            It’s his motto!

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            His designs make me think of a line from David Cronenburg’s remake of “The Fly”-Be afraid. Be very afraid”. Pilotto probably says that every time he has an idea.

          • demidaemon

            So, so true. Every time I see PP in a post title, I have to prepare myself not to instantly cringe. It works about 10% of the time.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Pilotto’s designs give me the urge to mutter/scream “Don’t make me send the flying monkeys, little man!” Alternately, I could just open a bottle of wine and drink myself senseless.

          • demidaemon

            I’m with you on the senseless part.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            I think that PP and his designs are one reason that some wines are sold in boxes-when you want to become senseless as quickly as possible, just grab the box, forget having to struggle with a screwtop or corkscrew

          • demidaemon

            It’s true. Ignore taste and quality–I just want to forget as quickly as physically possible.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            There should also be some kind of eyewash that we could use to rinse away the fug.

  • Jacob Bowen

    This might be the most disjointed dress I have ever seen! It seems as if Mr. Pilotto has just drawn two big white stripes across the middle to distract us from the fact that no fabric/pattern/top and bottom half of the dress should ever go together.

  • mellorcr

    OMG… so awful. Looks like 2 “Cosby” sweaters mated with a wetsuit by way of digital printing, and forgot to take their morning-after pills.

  • decormaven

    Please find her a pair of pumps that fits.

  • In_Stitches

    I love the shape of it and the lines of the prints are really flattering (but the weird person print itself is insanely creepy). Shoes were a good, if safe choice. I don’t know, I can get behind this look. It’s no werq, but I’d give it an IN were I forced to make a choice.

  • Anna

    Choose a pretty dress…but why would I do a thing like that? I chose not to choose a pretty dress, I chose something else. And the reasons? There are no reasons.

    • demidaemon

      I think your explanation is the only one that makes sense.

  • nannypoo

    That hair. So bad.

  • J.W.

    Those heads and arms look like giant fish skeletons.

  • cocohall

    At least she isn’t on the “dress-like-a-hooker-when-you-are-a-teen” bandwagon. (I’m looking at you, Lea Michelle) The problem, of course, is no teen would want to wear this Frankendress either. It is both too serious and too weird. And then there are the shoes which are taking a hard left turn back towards Sexy Town. Which is more than a bit confusing given the “I’ve chosen Celibacy!” hair. At least Lea Michelle has a congruent look.

  • Edie Rose

    I actually don’t hate the dress.
    I think her problems are 60% bad posture, and 40% over-reliance on hair gel.

  • Hoffa_w_HerHead

    I love this with the exception of the neckline/bodice. Let’s just get a v-neck regular, shall we?!

  • teensmom99

    Christine Baranski wants her dress back. . .

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      Christine would wear this and leave Shailene curled into a very small ball.

  • Gatto Nero

    Another migraine inducing Pilotto. This might work in an editorial or on a more edgy subject.
    The thumbs-up pose kind of sums her up, doesn’t it?

  • RescueMe23

    Seriously what is happening at the Teen Choice Awards where celebs are dressing like fools?

  • boweryboy

    What’s up with the ladystars at this event? It’s the Teen Choice awards. I woulda shown up wearing some skinny jeans, a pair of Chucks or Docs, and a fun and funky top to appeal to the teens. I seriously doubt most teens are coveting a butt ugly Piss Pilotto dress.

    • demidaemon

      His initials are PP, after all!

      • boweryboy

        Snap! I’ve never made that connection. Well done.

  • Shawn EH

    The model is killing in it, though, poor Shailene.

  • MaggieMae


  • Stacy C

    I just don’t get Peter Pilotto. So much of his stuff looks like a mess.

  • altermyego

    So it finally takes an actual teenager (she is a teenager isn’t she?) to be appropriately covered up for this event. That’s the only good thing I can say about this dress.

  • AC Simons

    You just know she kicked off those shoes after posing for these pictures. Wonder how this dress looks with Birkenstocks?

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      Birkenstocks or a pair of flame red Uggs.

  • yayito83

    Are those little blue faces on tha bodice??? I’m gonna have nightmares about this dress

    • conniemd

      OMG they are. That is the stuff of nightmares. I’m totally creeped. I generally don’t like clothes with people on them in the first place.

      • yayito83

        damn it, now I see the arms! my nightmares just got worse

  • Once again, it needs to be said: this is not ANYBODY’S dress. Pilotto needs to get out of the fashion business and go do something creative that fewer of us would be forced to see. How about…..bowling ball design?

    • Chartreusite

      Y’know I’m all for crazy fashion…but I have to agree; I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Pilotto dress that I liked or that made the wearer look absolutely fabulous.

  • ktr33

    Cate Blanchett.

  • MarissaLG

    No matter how talented she may be (and I don’t think I’ve seen her in anything so I can’t say), this one does not give me the sense that she’ll be in the industry much longer. She looks like she has such contempt for the RC and for the Hollywood PR machine in general that sometime soon she’ll just snap and say I’M NOT DOING THIS ANY MORE.

    • MilaXX

      I get the opposite impression from her. She signed on for a YA trilogy, the did a Notebook like tear jerker. I think she is quite happy ply the Hollywood game and then go back home and eat her dirt while she’s cashing the checks.

      • demidaemon

        I agree with you, Mila. The interviews I’ve seen of her (especially when she got her breakthrough role with George Clooney) bear this out.

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    Yet another reason to stand in line to bitchslap Pilotto. This dress hurts my eyes.

  • James

    I don’t hate the dress, she’s all wrong for it. For an editorial, with someone who knows how to wear this type of dress, proper setting, this could look crazy good. But so not on her.

  • The top half is so her. The bottom isn’t. These are two totally different dresses. I love her but she can’t seem to find her look it seems. :

  • Dagney

    Call me crazy, but I think she looks good. The hair is simple and clean, and matches the “edge” of the dress, and she has the perfect frame for that busy pattern. So, IN, for me.

  • lobsterlen

    In comparison to Tyler and Leah Shailene wins.

  • alyce1213

    Another Pilotto fail. He really must be stopped. It’s no one’s dress, least of all hers.

    • sisterb67

      Seriously. This is why the “Peter Pilotto for Target” collection ended up on the 70% off racks in the store near me – and those racks were overflowing with frankendresses, frankenskirts, and frankenblouses, most of which looked like this hideous dress.

  • MilaXX

    That’s because she’s another one who it appears just wears what she is told. In my mind I think she would benefit from simpler designs like a Calvin Klein or Michael Kors and then one bold accessory like a save the rain forest bracelet or from one of those countries wear the jewelry is made from people who use it to support their village. This doesn’t look bad on her, just not like her.

  • Pablo

    What the actual fuck?!!!

  • KT

    This is so far outside of her wheelhouse, it’s hard to fathom how she ever landed on this. She looks super awkward.

  • Is it weird of me to say that I think she is kinda/almost pulling this look off? Yes, its mature and wrong for the event/venue and it goes against her crunchy granola persona, but that is a tricky dress and she is carrying it off surprisingly well.
    It’s not a good look, but it isn’t the atrocity some might think.

  • webslice33

    i think she looks so good..hmm , i don’t see any problem with this..

  • kmk05

    1. It isn’t freaking winter is this velvet kill me now and 2. that slicked hair is atrocious wit it. GO HOME.

  • fromanotherplanet

    I’m more concerned about her face to be honest. What’s going on? I hope she is not using fillers or something. She’s so young but she seemed to have aged dramatically over the last couple of years. Bizarre and disconcerting.

  • Anique Ashraf

    The print on this dress looks like a mid-nineties dial-up era goth site that predicts death.

  • SophieCollier

    Egad. That cut and pattern work to make her look like a pinheaded linebacker. I don’t know that anyone could or should wear that gawdawful dress.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    I say send it over to Linda Dano. Some shoulder pads and that is totally her thing.

  • Trickytrisha

    It’s like she thought to herself… “How unattractive do I want to be tonight?” and came up with “world class fugly” and this is the result.

  • LJCdoc

    I kind of love that dress, but it’s so not hers, and I think she knows it.

  • MartyBellerMask


  • moxx

    Oh god, her face, it just pisses me off.

    • GemFemme

      I’m right there with you.

  • demidaemon

    Yea, this is totally off-model. Also ugly, but that’s a given with PP.

  • PinkyK

    She looks so much older! Send me that dress! I’ll rock it!

  • Esz

    Wow it makes her look much older than her years

  • Coco Chanel

    Love the styling but this does not suit or flatter her. She looks boxy. Gorgeous dress. Not on her

  • ShaoLinKitten

    #1 on my Irrational Female Celebrity Hate List. If she and James Franco ever get together, I will spontaneously combust from horror.

  • Man Dala

    The two thumbs up… No.

    • Amel

      Never a thing.

  • Cecilia Lin

    I’m just so glad that there are a fair amount of people out there who dislike her (irrationally) as much as I do. Also that dress is a mess, even someone like Mia would need to take a little effort to work it, so I’m not sure why she even put it on in the first place.

  • MoHub

    Pilotto hates women. Period.

  • Amel

    If the skirt were replaced with an extension of the top half, I think this would actually be great for her. They’re her colors.

    Also, did anyone else notice the STACK OF BLUE BODILESS HEADS on the top’s print??????!!!!

  • mdcoon127

    the dress proportions on her are wrong – she is too tall and lengthy for this length of dress. Her hair needs to be washed. And get we get some shoes on these women on the red carpets that actually fit them?

    • mdcoon127

      can we get is what I meant to write, this has me worked up it is so bad on her…

  • She really doesn’t have a good fashion sense.