What’s the phrase I’m looking for?
Oh, right: MY EYES.
This is the best she’s looked in a while, particularly since she started growing out the hair:
My one problem is the midriff. Yes, the sliver is the chicest way to do it, but being able to see the definition of her ab muscles is boning the lines of the dress. Cover that up with fabric — or just your thumb — and it’s so much better: nicely fit, carefully slit, beautifully styled with those long earrings and some lipstick and a manicure that almost makes me not care about the bracelet void. I understand that sometimes Francisco Costa might want a break from monochrome tubes; let’s just take that break in better places next time, and maybe not literally.
[Photos: Getty, Splash]
Okay, I’m finally excited about Anne Hathaway again:
Fifty years from now, she is going to be the NUTTIEST old lady ever. We just have to be patient.
[Photos: Pacific Coast News]
When I thought this was pants and a top, I wasn’t overly mad at it.
But I believe it has been confirmed as a jumpsuit, and so now I have beefs with it — I think because a shirt CAN blouse at the waist, but a jumpsuit somehow shouldn’t, but that could ALSO be a total crock and I’m resting on my massive bias. It’s only fair that I acknowledge my prejudices so that we can all begin to heal. And the first step is…
[Photos: Getty, WENN, Fame/Flynet]
I don’t even know why I’m putting this to a vote except maybe the time change has made me kinder (it has not; it’s made me violent and sleepy, which is at least not a very productive combination):
I may honestly just be cutting her some slack because the idea of Anne Hathaway deciding to do all her wardrobe replenishing at Cost Plus World Market this spring is entertaining to me. “Yes, I will buy this charming camel made of brightly colored fabric remnants. And I will also buy this adorable ceramic soap dish shaped like a turtle! Oh, yes, and some wine. And then some more wine. And some wrapping paper. And some obscure foreign candy! Excellent. Wait. What did I come here for again? RIGHT. A potentially flammable and slightly shapeless maxi-dress they’ve stocked here by the woven Venetian blinds since 1998. Done! Ooh, I also need a new bathmat!”
At least she’s not wearing the bath mat.