In or Out: Demi Moore in Louis Vuitton

Posted on June 08, 2011

Demi stepped out last night with some slight changes made to her standard look and we feel kind of bad because we’re about to criticize them. But changes are good, celebrities! Don’t let our bitchiness deter you from trying new things!

Demi Moore at the Samsung Hope for Children Gala in New York City in a Louis Vuitton dress and clutch paired with Jimmy Choo shoes.

Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2011 Collection/Model: Julia Saner

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It’s an interesting dress and we’ll give her credit for that. We’re not keen on the hem; not so much the length (which we’re resigned to by now), but the frippery seemingly hanging off. It makes it look unfinished in pictures. And while we do like the dress, we think she definitely needed either a little more support in the boobs or a slightly less plunging neckline. We love her hair here. Yes, we’ve been bitching a lot about the sloppy hair taking over the red carpet, but considering how long she’s been sporting pin-straight, lacquered hair with a center part, this makes for a nice change of pace and softens her a bit. Everyone’s been breaking out those shoes with the thick black X straps and we’re mostly not feeling them, although this pair doesn’t bother us too much for some reason. We’re all for low-key makeup, but the way her eyes are done up make her look like she hasn’t slept in 72 hours. Lots of pros and cons on this ones, kittens. Make your considerations carefully.


IN! She looks striking and stylish and I love the hair!

OUT! She looks like she needs a nap and a bra!

The Minion Opinions on yesterdays two IN or OUT posts are as follows:

Kelly Rowland’s ‘80s secretary drag was declared an OUT, although we disagreed.

Miranda Cosgrove’s sweet but shapeless dress was declared an IN, although there was a lot of back and forth on that one.


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