Scarlett Johansson in Zuhair Murad at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards

Posted on April 13, 2015

Look, Scar, the MTV Movie Awards are definitely the time and place to try something a little wacky and crazy. We totally want to get behind this one, we promise.


Scarlett-Johansson-2015-MTV-Movie-Awards-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Zuhair-Murad-Sophia-Webster-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Scarlett Johansson attends the 2015 MTV Movie Awards at the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California in a Zuhair Murad coral-pink jumpsuit featuring cut-outs and embroidery paired with Sophia Webster ‘Nicole Pineapple’ sandals, a Roger Vivier bag, and Sonia Boyajian jewelry.

Scarlett-Johansson-2015-MTV-Movie-Awards-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Zuhair-Murad-Sophia-Webster-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (2)Zuhair Murad Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

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But you kind of look like a 50-year-old on a singles cruise in this one. Which is kind of the total opposite of how one wants to look at the MTV Movie Awards – or indeed, any event with MTV in the title. We don’t know if the kids even watch MTV anymore, but we’re pretty sure you still don’t want to show up at any MTV party looking middle-aged if you don’t have to.

Granted, the jumpsuit fits amazingly well and the color looks great on her. We could definitely see a way of styling it to be fun and funky-fresh, as the kids no doubt say. But the Carol Brady hair, the “comes with purchase” bag, and those shoes, which might have worked with a skirt but look a little granny poking out of a pair of pants  – they’re all taking this look in the wrong direction.

[Photo Credit:, Zuhair Murad,]

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