Unfug It Up: Emma Watson


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This one is fairly simple, Fug Nation — or at least I think so — but I am throwing it open to you anyway. Emma Watson is SO adorable and SO the anti-Lohan that I just want her to knock it out of the proverbial ball park every time; if I happen to be seated eating a hot dog and drinking bad beer out of a plastic cup when she does it, so much the better. Unfortunately, as much as I want to, I can’t give this my full endorsement.

[Photo: Splash News]

It’s like she wrapped a beach cover-up over a tank top, and then got drunk and went shoe-shopping. I’m not sure how else to explain those — seriously, they are the color of those kidney-bean-shaped emesis basins that sit in hospital rooms, waiting for you to puke up the Jell-O you just ate. I am a little afraid she borrowed them from Daniel Radcliffe, who is clearly suffering from some kind of head injury that puts him on obedient auto-pilot anytime some dipshit with a toggle shows up at his front door.

The dress part has potential, but it’s hard to see it when I’m being blinded by the rest. Clearly, I’d start a makeover with her feet: Avada Kedavra the hell out of those pink bastards and go with one of the chunky strappy sandals that all the kids love these days, or a cute pair of flats — maybe even gold ones to play off her purse strap. And I’d like to see the dress without the tank, although I do so love Emma in color that I’d long for the chance to see if the polka-dot pattern worked even better in a hue. She’s great in blue.

But what would you do? Get out your magic wands and wave them, although be careful if your co-workers are standing behind you trying to peek at what the hell is making you whip your arms around in the air like you just don’t care. You don’t want to maim anything except what’s not working about this outfit.

You know the commenting rules: on-topic, no personal attacks, no Pepsi products, etc. Enjoy!

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  1. Anonymous
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    Go strapless, put heels on the shoes, and lose the gold chain on the bag. Actually, lose the bag and get a clutch.

  2. Kate
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    Keep the shoes, wear with denim knee-length shorts and a black tank. So there.

  3. MrsBug
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    Actually, the dress would be cute with different straps. I can see the shoes with some ’40s inspired wide legged pants and a stunning shirt. But the dress and the shoes together are not good.

    Your comment about her being the anti-Lohan was so funny because I was just thinking the same thing after watching a clip of her on David Letterman. I thought, “Saint’s be praised, a starlet who dresses age-appropriately without showing off all the goods her mother gave her!”

  4. Runfattyrun
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    Why wear a shoe that creates the illusion of cankles? You have good legs! Don’t take that for granted! Not to mention they look a bit like geriatric saddle shoes, and combining a look of the very young and one of the very old unfortunately does not create a look suitable for an otherwise stylish young adult.

  5. Chris B.
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    Cut the straps, or change the top so the straps actually connect in a realistic way and change the color so they match the dress. Switch the shoes for some gold and black sandals or heels and done. If you really want more color, perhaps a belt, but it isn’t really nescessary

  6. Fatima
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    I say lose the tank, make the brown on the dress a pretty turquoise and make the skirt a bubble skirt. The shoes have to go. Black pumps would look cute. Also lose the bag.

  7. Delta Sierra
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    Thing that bothers me is that she looks drawn, tired, gaunt. With the beginnings of a thousand yard stare. Worrisome. Sincerely hope it’s just the hoo-hah of the premiere. Nice dress, horrible shoes.

  8. TheCheese
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    The dress should definitely be strapless–once you realize those straps are there, they seem odd.

    The specs (Marc Jacobs?) are great but I think the pink in them clash a bit with her skin tone. Pairing them with the dress makes the clash more obvious.

    Generally adorable, though.

  9. Alesia
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    *make the polka dots on the dress smaller *change the neckline to a simple V
    * OF COURSE, change the straps into something much thinner and made of the same fabric as the dress.
    * tighten the bodice for a hint of a 50s retro silhouette
    * make the skirt just a teeny smidge fuller for above mentioned silhouette
    *toss those shoes or give them to Johnny Depp or some other dandified actor, replace with simple flat black sandals.
    *pull hair back into a classic, low ponytail and
    * get a simpler bag, almost anything without a gold chain strap will do.

    Done.

  10. IseultTheIdle
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    The shoes would be cute with jeans. They’re not dress-friendly shoes. They are, as noted above, canklers.

    So: shoes be gone. Replace them with strapy sandals or flats in a metallic shade, I think.

    I’m not sold on the bag, either. I’d prefer to see a clutch, in a shade that complements the theoretical metallic shoes.

    But, you know, I give her a pass since she’s frankly kind of adorable most of the time, and redheads get shoved into green and dark blue as a default. So I’m okay with her breaking out some new colors.

    Just not with those canklers. *shiver*

  11. Mallory
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    I mean… this is not a good outfit.

    but maybe… MAYBE, if the dress was strapless and the shoes were plain black and had 2-3 inches more heel… and maybe earrings or a bangle or SOME kind of accessory, probably gold.

  12. liz
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    Agreed. Lose the straps and shoes. And the bag. Go with a fun, brightly colored heel–I’ll go with you on the blue–maybe like a crayola blue. Or yellow.

    I think I had the metallic doc marten version of these shoes in 1997…

  13. cruzilla
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    Don’t pose for photos on your way to bowling league. Everything but the shoes is cute. And she looked fabulous on Letterman last night – bery stylish and self-possessed!

  14. SewDucky
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    Good on her for actually being modest and cool in the summer without having to be “OMG, will you BUY some clothes!!” about it.

    I’d of paired this with a shrug in a lace or other summery material and nixed the straps totally. There are some cute, daytime ones out there, and wore a sandal. So she wanted to be comfortable, they make pretty ones with a small and no heel. It would have avoided this look, and, IMO been cute.

    I DO like the shoes, but like MrsBug, I’d of done it with the 40s inspired look she mentioned.

    I could care less about the purse to be honest. It looks like a standard, classic styled one and it works well enough.

  15. yvetterene
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    **Get rid of the straps on that dress. Either make it strapless, or have thin black straps.
    **Burn the shoes. They wouldn’t be cute on ANYBODY. Go for a chunky black heel, or simple black flats. Maybe even flip flops.
    **Get rid of that purse. PRONTO. Go for one of those big, cute purses everyone is carrying around with a big pair of “Jackie-O” sunglasses.
    Voila.

  16. mike harmount
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    honestly, I think the entire thing is adorable and age-appropriate…except for those hideous shoes…

  17. Stephanie
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    Make the straps out of the same fabric as the dress, and change the elastic waist to a ribbon. Flat sandals to keep it summery, and whatever else you do KEEP the hair – I love how it looks reddish here. So flattering!

  18. Amanda
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    I’m with others in the comments section – remove the straps, and it improves tenfold. In fact, I didn’t even know the straps were there at first glance…all the more reason to omit them.

    After that – the dress could be fitted better through the middle. Change the shoes – please, please change the shoes. Once a more feminine shoe is added (any type, really, b/c the dress is sorta versatile), then that purse’s strap looks too chunky. Change it out with a clutch, and add more accessories.

    Now if only I listened to my OWN advice when I got dressed in the morning myself…

  19. beth
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    lose the shoes and straps and she’s fine. As a looong time reader, i remember the days of yore when the fug irls were lohan fans – or at least rooting for her to succeed. to far gone now i s’pose

  20. Minez
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    She could have pulled it off with these Azzedine Alaia platforms that Sandra Bullock recently wore. They kind of have that “wingtip” feel to them while still remaining feminine.

    http://projectrungay.blogspot.com/2009/07/in-or-out-sandra-bullock.html

  21. JESR
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    I’m feeling really sorry for Emma this morning, having watched her on Letterman last night when her wardrobe malfunction (in the vintage print dress from yesterday’s photo with the betoggled one) was given national airing. But those shoes have got to go, to be worn later with narrow black silk pants and a pink trench coat, perhaps.

    The problem with the dress is neither the color nor the basic form, but rather those odd peach/beige wide shoulder strappy-things. Make them spaghetti straps from the dress fabric, or one-inch ones in either of the dress colors, and it’s cute and fresh.

    Rose pink or chestnut brown flats would be nice with this, I think- black shoes are always safe, but down that road lies my shoe collection: five pairs of black ankle boots, two pairs of black knee boots, three pairs of black sandles…oh, you get the idea.

  22. Shanghaishrimpo
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    Those straps and the shoes must go!
    A simple pair of ballet flats would work so much better. As for the dress, add spaghetti straps, nip in the waist and have a fuller skirt.

  23. alissa
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    make the dress strapless and remove the pink part of the shoes, just little black skimmers. i don’t love the bag, but i don’t mind it either.

  24. D
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    Haaaa! I thought the dress had little spag straps and I couldn’t figure out what everyone was talking about, then I looked closer. Now I get it! WhenI pictured them as spag straps, the dress seemed fine, though maybe could have fewer polkadots. The purse seems a bit something-my-grandma-gave-me-as-a-present, could be a younger version of the same thing and be better. But the worst offense, utterly inexcusable, are the shoes. I was giving this outfit a pass till those. Anything, anything in all black would probably work a thousand times beter… Where’s my knee high boots…

  25. Rebecca
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    She looks adorable. I like the straps–a nice departure from this year’s summer dress. It’s not like the straps are an eyesore, glaring red or pink.

    While the shoes are certainly a different choice than what we’re accustomed to, their color helps the footwear from being completely offensive.
    Where is she headed anyway? If it’s not a public appearance…a stylist probably didn’t contribute. If she wanted to demonstrate an affinity for Charlie Chaplin on her way to the market, then more power to her!

  26. Ally
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    Ok, the girl just got off a plane. She looks cute and comfortable. I’m not sure there is much more we could ask for her. Though, let’s not let those shoes catch on…

  27. sweetsinger
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    Ditch the shoes and purse for plain black that will not distract from the frock. She rocks the dots, and straps are OK for a modest young woman.

  28. Ranee
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    Some of those cute black Mary Jane Christian Louboutin’s would be precious with this. I blame those doofus shoes on her stylist, so she gets a free pass from me.

  29. Jim
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    I love the dress, even in that color, even with the straps. Her hair and makeup look great. I agree that she should ditch the bag for a clutch, preferably a metallic one.

    The shoes. (Sigh.) The L Train claims another victim. Pulling off these clunkers requires a level of self-absorption and (delusional) pretension found only in Williamsburg.

    Stick to heels, Emma.

  30. Nikki
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    definitely lose the shoes, the purse, and make the dress strapless. I actually really like the dress without the packaging tape on her shoulders. The purse should be replaced with a clutch and the shoes, oh the shoes, cute strappy heels. None of whatever it is she’s got on with it now.

  31. annie
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    make it strapless, belt/sash the waist, change the shoes…either some sort of vintagey looking mary jane heel to keep with the old-school theme, or black booties, or thick-strap thick-heeled sandals.

  32. Chelsea
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    For starters, ditch the shoes. Almost anything else would be better – I say almost, because we all know there are some shoes out there that are just not appropriate to wear with anything, ever.

    As for the dress, a color would be nice, but if we can’t do that, at least lose the straps. They don’t even appear to belong with the rest of the dress.

  33. Reject
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    I LOVE the dress. So much so that I didn’t notice the tank or the shoes. The polka dots are subtle, yet add flair to the dress. Great cut. Just lovely.

    But once I did notice the rest of the ensemble, it ruined everything. Get rid of the shoes for the strappy, gold heels to match the bag.

    Lose the tank top.

    And saints be praised that she isn’t wearing a romper, over-sized t-shirt, or leggings.

  34. Furkel
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    Why, Heather? Why do you even ASK us when you’ve already presented the only solution – replace the shoes entirely, make the dress blue, lose the tank, PERFECT.

  35. mlm
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    I think she and the dress are adorable. Add a new pair of shoes (I like them, just not with that dress) and she’d be just perfect.

  36. Laura
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    Fug girls – you left out that purse. It looks like an expensive (and albeit real) version of something my grandmother totes around. That oppressive gold chain really does not do it any favors. The Oxfords – I feel like we tried this trend in the 80s and it went poorly. Perhaps we should leave well enough alone? Agreed that dress has potential but it does render her shapeless. A thicker belt might do the trick.

  37. Rachel
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    I think the dress is too big for her. I say make it tighter in the bodice, lose the straps, replace the pink shoes of horror with a strappy gold heel or gold flats. Maybe even add a black or gold belt?

    Emma Watson is just so adorable.

  38. Sarah
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    I like the dress, but I’d like it MORE with a v-neck and fluttery little petal sleeves.

    Ditch the bag in favor of a small gold clutch, and the shoes in favor of… god, ANYTHING.

  39. Julia
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    The shoes are dreadful, I’m just throwing that out there. They look like they belong to a poor chimney sweep trying to break into a tap dancing career. But the dress – I feel like it would look best as a solid color, probably the color of the straps (off-white? Emma looks great in varying shades of white), and replace the shoes with heels that could match the bag.

  40. The Addict
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    I’d lose the straps, raise the waistline of the dress to empire, and replace those shoes with just about anything else imaginable. Strappy sandles would be best. I’d also replace the bag with something cuter and less like my grandmother’s Chanel bag would look had my grandmother had a Chanel bag, which she didn’t, because she was a farmer in a German village and thus not really the Chanel type.

  41. testington
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    I’d ditch the shoes and go with some all black mary janes, swap the purse for a clutch and then loose the baige straps and add a black shrug, or a little black cap-sleved jacket

  42. Meriweather
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    Shoes: should be strappy sandals. Don’t hate the color, but hate the height.

    Dress: Extend the white straps into a white neck detail– some trim, or just a band of white before the polka dots start. And either belt that sucker or remove the obvious waist.

  43. KPod
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    I actually like the shoes … but NOT with that dress. Better she should go with a pair of black mid-height sandals.

    The straps and body of the dress are clearly from two different – very different – items of clothing. I don’t think the dress would work as a strapless, so maybe a black halter-top tie around her neck?

  44. Lee
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    This is totally cute, I love it just as it is.

  45. amalo
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    Go strapless, rehome those shoes to a different outfit, get some sandals going, done.

  46. emmegebe
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    I think the dress is great. She looks perfect from head to . . . ankles. Different shoes are all she needs.

  47. punxxi
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    Keep the shoes, change the dress for a pink and black pinstripe mini skirt suit, give her a tommy gun purse , then she’d be killahhhh

  48. Megan
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    I think she needs to get a different-colored strap. It’s so blah, and it blends in with her skintone. I hate those bowling shoes that she’s wearing, but that’s because I generally hate bowing and anything associated with it.

  49. Clea
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    Hm.. I can ignore the weird straps.
    Change the shoes and I’m very much on board.
    Even with the shoes (which I’m fine with, for say, jeans)… Okay. I ignore them, because I love that dress.

  50. BHL
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    Add me to the loving on the idea of the dress crowd and hating the accessories entirely crowd.

    If those straps were either black or absent, I would totally love the dress, without reservation. She should have a much less ornate purse or clutch. She should have a more formal shoe. I like the idea of a strappy summer heel. But, if she wanted to go flat, cute sparkly or sheened black flats with a small wedge or kitten heel would be fine with the dress.

    The shoes and purse are out of wack. The chain is too sparkly and distracting with the simple silhouette, busy print and strapless look of the dress. The shoes should never appear in combination with a dress, especially not one that colour.

    The shoes would be cute with jeans or a suit. The purse would work with a blazer or a more casual look.

  51. Rachel
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    Raise the waist line a little so it’s more of an empire waist, tight it around the middle/waist, lose the shoes! The f-ing shoes! Add a cute, simple, black ballet flat.

  52. Leah
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    The shoes are awesome, just not with this outfit. I would lose the straps on the dress, add a long gold chain necklace with a funky, vintage pendant. That would tie in the purse nicely. And simple, black ballet flats would make a perfect, casual, super cute outfit!

  53. Melanie
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    You’re going to pick on this outfit and not the sheet of barely-closed gauze she wore to the premiere?

    I’d replace the shoes with something black and simple and strappy, replace the straps on the dress with a solid black halter tie, and lose the purse. The gold chain on it is too much.

    I like the shoes but not with this outfit or without stockings.

  54. Meredyth
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    All fug. Except her hair. The straps look like ace bandages, the dress looks like a sack. A spotted sack. Not so much a disease infested measles blanket, but a blanket suffering from measles. Who wants to walk around in a blanket that is suffering from measles and needs ace bandages to stay up?

    The shoes are terrible. They remind me of whoever it was spotted bowling in a sundress. Maybe she is going bowling next. Please don’t let this become a trend.

  55. Meredyth
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    All fug. Except her hair. The straps look like ace bandages, the dress looks like a sack. A spotted sack. Not so much a disease infested measles blanket, but a blanket suffering from measles. Who wants to walk around in a blanket that is suffering from measles and needs ace bandages to stay up?

    The shoes are terrible. They remind me of whoever it was spotted bowling in a sundress. Maybe she is going bowling next. Please don’t let this become a trend.

  56. claire
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    I actually saw a photo of this dress that was up close: the dots are actually blue velvet! A strange choice, to be sure. I think the whole thing could be saved with a better shoe (practically any shoe would do) and a wide black belt to go around the strange waistline.

  57. Angela S
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    The dress is fine. The bodice doesn’t need to be skin-tight. Cut the girl some slack, maybe she’s feeling a bit bloaty this week or something.

    The shoes are far too close to her skin tone, though. They would be adorable with black tights and a short fall dress (NOT schoolgirl-inspired though, because ugh, what a cliche). I would definitely buy them in another color. Saying they give her cankles is ridiculous. When did constant wear of 3-4″ heels become such a requirement of an acting career?

  58. Emily
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    It’s too bright outside for those colors. It’s summertime! Shape of dress is cute. But a different fabric/color/print and more continuity between body and straps would be better. Also I agree with everyone who has suggested getting rid of that purse. The chain is wrong. The shoes are wrong. Shiny flats or delicate heeled sandals…

  59. Sophie
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    You can’t FUG UP Emma, she’s UNFUGABLE!!! Adorable, gorgeous and smart – Always! nice try though. :)

  60. Susan
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    I love the shoes! Towering heels, monolithic platforms and goop all over the place hanging down–which women can’t even walk around in–are starting to bore me. I’ve been returning shoes I’ve ordered on-line lately because 4 inches seems to be the lowest heel around and it feels like the Little Mermaid must have felt when she took her first steps after she gave up her tail for legs.

    Brogues looks very retro-yet-forward thinking and sane. The dress would be better strapless, but I think it is a cute outfit for a young gal to wear on her way to gussy up for a broadcast interview. I’m hoping that brogues for women catch-on…I’d love to find a pair like hers! But your mileage may vary…

  61. anonymous
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    I think she looks adorable here, actually! I agree that the straps don’t seem to match the dress and that it would look nicer without them, but the shoes are cute!

  62. Annie
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    So close…

    @ Minez, I totally agree with the Alaia shoes. Perfect “wingtip” feel and flirty and a little dash of sexy with the polkadots…

    But, I think the dress would be best served by losing the ace-bandage straps, cincing the waist on her teeny frame with a flirty little belt for definition, delicate kitten heels and a wee, but bold clutch!

  63. kelley
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    i love her hair! change the shoes to black flats, or maybe brown leather flat gladiator sandals, fix the straps of the dress- more matching, less tank top under towel- and its great! love her- classy, smart, and attractive without resorting to clothing that makes her need a professional boob-wrangler.

  64. Penny D.
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    The way the skirt hangs is so lackluster– it just needs a little petti underneath it to pump up the volume. You can kind of tell that the dots on the dress are dark blue; I think the copper shade of the base would look better with a more brilliant blue. I have a necklace that’s copper and azure and the colors look pretty freaking awesome together.

    A simple flat pointed toe shoe or sandal would be fine. Personally I think those shoes she’s wearing don’t belong on anyone, anywhere, but this is certainly not their place.

  65. Joanie
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    I just can’t get behind velvet burnout polka dots that are larger than her areolae. (As odd as it seems, I think that should be a polka dot determining factor.)

    The shoes? Oh dear. Perhaps in an alternate universe with some wide-legged trousers and gorgeously cut jacket from a 40s movie…

    I will give her this: the length is appropriate.

  66. mimi
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    Wow. The whole thing is very 1987: in fact, I think I had those shoes (mine were grey and black patent) and I wore them proudly with my acid-wash jeans. The shoes with that dress (which looks a lot like the one I wore to my grade 9 formal, cheater straps and all) are … wrong. The purse similarly harks to the decade of neon only referencing the Golden Girls this time. Is it grey? Does it really have a cheap-looking gold-ish chain strap? Honey, no.

    She needs strappy, summery shoes. She needs to lose the straps. She needs a kicky, shiny clutch that doesn’t reference octogenarians.

  67. Jennifer
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    I actually like the dress color and pattern. Get rid of the tank top, and make the bodice more fitted – maybe smocked?

    Absolutely get rid of the shoes – I concur with the gold flat idea.

    If this were evening wear, I think the dress would be really cute fifties-style with some tulle under the skirt and the aforementioned fitted bodice with some strappy heels.

  68. Wren
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    I like it. The tank thing looks just a little off and a little funky and exactly like something a young person would try out just because she could.

    It is such a joy to see a young person wearing a dress with a flattering fit and length, and nothing exposed that shouldn’t be exposed. She’s my new favorite actress.

    And honestly, I completely adore the shoes and think the pink lightens them up enough to counteract the heaviness.

    I get it 10 of 10 stars.

  69. Lara
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    Nix the straps on the dress – butterfly sleeves might look nice. Then some cute flat sandals and a simple black clutch, to keep the focus on a fun summer print and her cute face.

  70. Cherriej
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    The shoes are horrible — maybe a thin strappy sandal with a semi-hi heel? I agree that the dress needs some help, i like the tulle skirt idea. Overall, Emma really needs a better stylist!! The dress she had on the other day that inadvertently revealed her panties — major oops. Her stylist should have known better!

  71. Aysha
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    Just get rid of the shoes and replace them with some Flip-flops or simple sandals, make the straps the same color as the rest of the dress and go!

    So it’s not an outfit that makes you talk about it, days after, but it’s a cute summery outfit for a hot day.

    Somebody mentioned how redhaired girls often are told to wear green and blue, so: I second her opinion, that she should stick to the brown – for today.

  72. Amy
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    She is so cute. Seriously, she is just so reminiscent of the adorable, care-free 20 year old I never was.

  73. annie
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    love love love emma. however, this is not doing her justice a’tall.

    first and foremost, remove those terrible fat straps from that dress and make it strapless. so cute! i love those polka-dots.
    secondly, SHOES, obvi. well, really emma, bad choices. slap some strappy chunky-ish heels on those feet, girl. aaand fixed.

    now for the purse. because originally, i didn’t even notice it. but then it was drawn to my attention by everyone else…… and i don’t like it. perhaps a leather bag in a color — say purple. i think that might work better.

    unfugged!

  74. Meg
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    Cute. Except for the shoes. She looks great.

  75. Emily E
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    I’m not crazy about this outfit, but she still looks great in it. I would make the dress a different color and make the straps match. And, obviously, trade those shoes for anything else… But she’s totes cute it in.

  76. karen
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    I love the shoes – retro 40′s look

  77. Anna
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    I thought there was nothing wrong with the dress. I’m with commenter 1, she needs a clutch. And those chunky strappy sandals you mentioned.

  78. Some Lady
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    Lose the straps. (severing charm–”Diffindo!”)

    Transfigure the shoes into black, strappy sandals with slightly chunky heels.

    Lose the bag and summon (“Accio!” – however the hell you pronounce it) a glittery clutch; I’m thinking a dark emerald or violet color.

    And yes I *am* the Harry Potter nerd who emailed you the photocall picture with Jessie Cave wearing insane leggings. I notice you haven’t put it up but that’s OK; I deeply appreciate all the HP love all over this site this week.

  79. lindsay
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    the child can wear practically anything with gorgeous face like hers. love the hair, too. she just looks so young and fresh and lovely.

  80. Karen
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    Her hair is so pretty!

    Lose the shoes, and go strapless.

  81. Mely
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    Just have her change into the outfit she wore later that day, to appear on Letterman:
    http://www.fafarazzi.com/out.php?id=577259
    Cute dress, killer heels. What more could we want?

  82. Maurina
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    Really, just change the shoes – they are the only travesty.

  83. Carlev
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    I don’t mind the straps, but the shoes really don’t work with the dress. Overall, I find the dress really cute and Emma herself quite adorable. Love the Christopher Kane dress she wore on Letterman!

  84. Jennifer
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    the straps dont bother me so much…its the waist line. Raise the waist line, possibly put a belt over it and add a cute pair of red or pink..or any bright colored pumps…viola!

  85. Icy
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    At first glance I thought the shoes were little black ballet flats and I though “nice look”. It only stopped working for me when I read the rest of the peice. So my advice would be just go with black ballet flats.

  86. Nicci
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    Go home and change… :)

  87. Mellie
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    Unless those shoes are perscription and that was the only style for her flat feet or high achres or wicked plantar warts AND she’s legally blind, there is no excuse to wear those effin’ shoes.

    There’s no amount of unfugging that could fix this mess, unless there’s a spell for it. Hey, it IS badly damaged with poor taste. REPARO! Hmm. Nothing. Perhaps I’m a squib.

  88. La Seditiosa
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    I’d like to see this dress as a plain shift dress. It needs to lose the silly gathered “waist”, and it goes without saying that the bandage straps have to go. They need to be the same fabric as the dress. I don’t have a problem with the bag, but boy do I have a problem with the shoes! I like wingtips but these are hideous. In my closet I have strappy little heels in a nice, almost metallic copper colour, and I’d love to see those with this dress.

    She also seems to have dark circles under her eyes, and there is a great product by YSL that solves this problem. Can’t remember what it’s caled offhand, but it sure works for me. I really like the lipstick, but I feel the eye area needs work: just a little eyeliner, shadow and that YSL magic paint.

  89. Travis
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    Dude… I totally wore those shoes to prom. Which means they’d be totally fabulous if Emma were a strapping young man of about six feet tall. Which she is not.

    As for the dress, I concur with the no straps. Also maybe a belt. It would make her look like she has the womanly curves that she is sadly lacking.

  90. Travis
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    Dude… I totally wore those shoes to prom. Which means they’d be totally fabulous if Emma were a strapping young man of about six feet tall. Which she is not.

    As for the dress, I concur with the no straps. Also maybe a belt. It would make her look like she has the womanly curves that she is sadly lacking.

  91. Wren
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    Wow, I seem to be the only person thinking, “This is more work to recitfy than it’s worth; just start over!” Maybe that’s because she IS so adorable, and I just can’t see doing band-aid surgery on an outfit that does nothing for her.

    I’d rather see her in something with more shape (the dress looks too big for her), more color, and some detail like a pretty neckline or cute sleeves that would draw attention to her lovely face.

    At the very least, those shoes have to GO! Wear the bowling if you must, but not out in public.

  92. Jen
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    When I saw this, I hadn’t seen the entire thing, so I was like, “aww Emma looks so adorable and age-appropriate! good for her.” and then I scrolled down. the shoes, my goodness. this would be absolutely adorable with some cute flats or heels. some suggested a clutch, but i think her bag does very well and is appropriate for day. and i love love her hair :)

  93. Lex
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    Does anybody else remember that Hermione is supposed to be frizzy all the time? She needs to dress the part around premiere time, like Drew Barrymore did with that movie she did about Jackie O’s relatives. Okay, so I’m only partially serious, but a glamorous Hermione is really throwing things off for me. I applaud this misstep

  94. Anonymous
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    Different shoes, thinner black straps set a little further out on the shoulder and for Muggles’ sake some fabric that doesn’t look so much like terrycloth.

  95. JMR
    0

    I actually love the dress as is. All I would do is trade out those heinous shoes for some cute strappy sandles.

  96. Samara
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    I would love this so much more if she went strapless and inflated the skirt…think adorable 50s cocktail dress.

    Get some pumps. Pull the hair up into a cute little ponytail.

  97. amazingal
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    The dress is cute.

    Lose the dang shoes.

  98. Fay
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    Emma Watson is way to young to be this afraid of colour. The outfit isn’t necessarily bad, it’s just very very dull. The dress would work in another colour, or with a fuller skirt (come on, it really isn’t very flattering). And seriously, why does she need a tank under a strapless dress? It’s like wearing trousers under a dress – totally pointless.

    If the dress was kept the same, a nice ponytail, some jewellery and make-up would work a treat. ACCESSORIZE GIRL!

    The shoes…WOW. My top tips for Emma: 1) Remove terrible footwear. 2) Burn said footwear. 3) Go out and buy some decent shoes. Black flats would be ok, but only if the dress was more interesting. Some colour would be greatly appreciated.

  99. Jael Paris
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    Lose the straps.

    I like the shoes, but I understand how they aren’t for most people. I think they add an element of playfulness.

  100. Cecily
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    Don’t mind the dress, but OY, THE SHOES!!! Al Capone meets Donald Duck, my eyes, my eyes!

  101. stephanie
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    For once, I so don’t agree. My only beef is with the purse; the rest of it is cute, age-appropriate and individual. Loves it!

  102. MeMe
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    I don’t think that’s a tank at all — I’m pretty sure that’s part of the dress (in close up it seems pretty clear to me). Still, the straps are a weird enough color that they should be changed to black & any lightweight sandal in black, brown, or gold (preferably flats) would make this a thumbs-up.

  103. carpedog
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    I think the shoes are whimsical and if you can’t do whimsy at 19, when can you do it?

  104. LuLu WL
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    I actually like the straps on the dress, but I’m kinda weird. I’m not weird enough to like those shoes though. Blech!

  105. Jenna
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    I love love love love love Emma Watson. (Oh yeah, and I love Emma Watson.) However, I just cannot stand behind those shoes. The dress is cute, the straps are a little odd but forgivable (maybe all her strapless bras were in the wash?), but the SHOES! UGH!

  106. vandalfan
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    I solemly swear that I love the shoes, but not like this. Gladiator sandals instead, maybe?

  107. Samantha
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    I think the shoes are okay themselves, but would only work with pants. So get rid of them for now! Replace them with some kinda chunky black sandal heel. Maybe make the purse some kinda big black hobo bag too? No gold chain though. Get rid of the straps on the dress and replace the little string thing around the waste with a thick black belt. That might be a lot of bulky black stuff but… whatever.

  108. DJ
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    Shoes and purse look so clunky, old, and peculiar.

    Love the dress, except for the flesh-tone straps. The fabric is fun and youthful.

    Her hair and face look great.

    But, the shoes, the shoes.

  109. helena
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    omg… you can comment now ??

    i love emWAt. i totally agree with you that she is so anti-lohan. She can’t put a foot wrong. Ohh…except maybe if she wore those shoes, then yeah. Her foot did do something wrong for putting her in those shoes. There’s nothing wrong with it, it just doesn’t work with this outfit. All the pieces are nice, they just don’t mesh magically.

    i love emma watson <3 so glad she’s not part of the lohan syndrome, you know… messy hair and dry face and not looking like she’s spent 21 year partying and sticking her tongue down innocent guys. My eyes get herpes everytime….. ummm yeah… i’ll stop now. I’ll leave the rest to the Fug critics.

  110. Thomas
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    Put on some heels, take off the creepy flesh-colored straps, and tell Emma to stand up straight. It’s like she learned posture from Rumer Willis.

  111. Amy
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    Strapless dress, cinch the waist a little; strappy heeled sandals; keep the bag.

  112. Mo
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    I don’t care for the shoes, but the dress is growing on me. It just seems a little big on her. Maybe if she wore some cream heels to match the straps it would all make a little more sense.

    But she looked SO fabulous on the actual show, and her heels were so fierce, I’m very much willing to let this slide. What I’m not willing to let slide, however, is how Lavender Brown/Jessie Cave was dressed for the London premiere and press conference. The neon leggings/sneakers/poofy dressy thingys/totally unnecessary socks make my head ache. I’d say wait to see what she wears for the next few premieres and then make a big fug collaboration. Because those outfits are truly terrible.

  113. Amelia Bedelia
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    Love the dress but not the straps. It’s cute and age appropriate.

    The shoes are…well…no. But I’m wondering, maybe those are just her comfortable walking shoes? Did she change into a pretty pair of high heels later on for whatever apperance?

  114. Natalie
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    Dress = cute, tank top = kinda lame, shoes = WTF? I cannot imagine those coverings being attractive on any foot, in any wardrobe configuration. Just because something is expensive (I assume Hermione doesn’t shop at Payless, but who knows with those mud bloods) doesn’t mean it’s attractive, just sadly reminiscent of those jazz shoes you wore for your dance recital when you were 9 years old for that special “Fred Astaire” number with the stiff tulle skirt, fingerless gloves and stage make-up that you loved because you weren’t allowed to get into mom’s stash at home. You know, that sweaty afternoon under the lights in which a girl lost her top hat into the front row, and you were standing next to the girl that told all the others in a loud voice and with much pointing where they were supposed to stand on stage and you wanted to deck her with your walking cane. Emma, no tank top, cute pair of flats, and that sad episode in your past can be buried IN THE PAST.

  115. Wendy
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    Whoa, what’s up with the grousing about the silhouette? From this angle, it looks just fine to me.

    Yeah, yeah, the shoes don’t “go,” and I personally would prefer straps in the same brownish color as the dress (although I don’t think these are necessarily bad)…but let’s face it, it’s tough to pick on Emma Watson. She generally looks nice and is decidedly NOT a moron, which is refreshing.

  116. Jenna
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    I think she looked so adorable when she was on the air that this look can be forgiven. She was just arriving at the studio, she can be forgiven for just tossing on something not perfect on the drive over.

  117. Rina
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    I was scared by the recent photo shoot for..Vogue? She looked like a zombie. This actually cleanses the palate if I don’t look at her feet. The shoes should be replaced with some metallic flats or even wedges.

    The dress straps need to be removed and more definition created at the waist. If you just add color to the straps it starts looking like a parochial school jumper.

  118. karen
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    the dress is fine. the shoes are fine. they are not fine together.

  119. Dee
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    I really think it could be okay with some simple black high-heels and a handbag that wasn’t purchased on clearance at the Dollar Store.

  120. filmcricket
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    Lose the straps. Hike up the waistline to an empire and put a velvet or satin sash around it. Make the background colour of the dress a deep aubergine. I’m okay with the purse, but I think she could use a gold cuff bracelet to match the strap, or else replace it completely with a cute, short-strapped handbag, not a clutch. The shoes must go: black ballet flats (sparkly or satin, as someone else said) would be best.

  121. Gabriela
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    Hate the shoes, hate the straps (change them, pleas), looove the dress.

  122. FrAnZnYc
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    the dress is kinda cool in that far away you wouldn’t necessarily see the straps but as you get closer it’s all clean enough that it’s at least out of the ordinary and shows a bit of spunk b/c of it. It’s think it’s kinda cute and oddly age appropriate? (for me cause I’s gettin older?! Ooooo) ;p

  123. Elaine
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    1. Lose the tank top

    2. Make the dress’ background color a bright navy

    3. Make the dots a bronze color like the background is now.

    4. Put bright navy spaghetti straps on dress

    5. Shorten dress 1.5 or 2 dots.

    6. Lose shoes, add strappy sandals with a bit of heel.

    7. Lose bag, go with a clutch or something a bit baggy & boho.

  124. Lisa
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    Everything’s great – just not together.

  125. Beth
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    I actually think this is more of a scroll down fug. She looks great until you get to the shoes! Who’s she trying to be? Kristen Stewart?

  126. Suz
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    Three words: Round-toed pumps.

    If I had to add to those two words, I would say, 2 inch heels, Louboutins last summer, black, red interior detailing. Age appro, classic, let’s us all complain about the dress rather than question her stylist’s integrity.

  127. Jackie
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    how bout she hires a new stylist?? your freakin emma watson, for goodness sakes!! u can afford a person to dress u decently!! find another stylist, and u get cute outfits that actually accent the attributes instead of making you look dumpy and stupid.

    otherwise, lose the shoes and the straps and get a decent purse.

  128. Anonymous
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    Nip in the waist to lose the sack-like appearance; lose the straps on the dress; ditch the purse for a wristlet or a clutch; get rid of the clunkers for flat, open-toe metallic sandals

  129. poltergasm
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    oh i dunno, she looks so, well, dull compared to some of the others.

    this business strikes me as clothes put on by someone not quite clear about which message she wishes to convey.

    before i changed anything @all, i would ask her to define her fashion persona.

    unmatchy unmatchy, if that makes virtual sense.

    if she wants to be an ordinary dress, she needs to ditch or narrow up the size of the polka dots & ditch the straps & ditch the shoes, replace w/, um, whatever it was everyone said.

    if she wants to be the shoes, she needs to redress herself entirely. & add heels, those things dont work in any way as flats. no matter what, she needs to do that.

    i must admit, she looks like someone w/ whom i went to high school that, @the time, amused herself by having sex w/ her entire family of origin [except her mother, i think. & one of her sisters]. it’s hard for me to get beyond that.

  130. Mumblix Grumph
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    No F-ing Polka dots. EVER!

  131. Chris
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    I don’t hate this. I think with heels this would look a little generic, a little Lohan on a good day. I say leave the shoes, but change the purse or add a belt to make those admittedly wacky shoes relevant to the rest of the outfit. Also ditch the straps or dye them that medium brown, it looks like she pulled the redneck special.

  132. joan collins
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    i think overall it works. the shoes don’t stand out at all really. she’s young and lovely; she’s allowed to experiment. <3

  133. Chaser
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    She looks darling. I wish the dress were a different color, but I’m not hating on the frock. I’d like just a wee wee bit more color in the lip, get rid of the old-lady purse, and I hate the shoes. Save those shoes for an ivory pantsuit with a fabulous scarf, replace with even a boring black flat–she’s traveling–gotta be able to trek through terminals and whatnot. I like the idea of a gold flat.

    And, just as aside on the “strapless dress” idea…not when traveling. I know, she’s whisked hither and yon in private vehicles, but there was a lady on the LA subway Tuesday, when it was super super crowded for MJ’s funeral, and we were kind of packed in…and somebody tried to slip by her, caught the dress, and down it went! Full frontal from like the waist up. I about died for her.

  134. E. Brevet
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    honestly, I think she looks really cute. there’s a few detailed exceptions – tone down the gold-chained bag, lose the awkwardly nude straps on the otherwise-cute dress – but I have no problem with the shoes. probably just because I own a pair in a similar vein – not pink, but weirdly masculine oxfords/loafers/that sort of thing … they’re CRAZY comfortable while still being interesting, which is why I wear mine and why I can understand Emma wearing hers. so really, all I’d say is lose the straps on the dress. if that was done, I might even be able to stomach the gold-strapped bag.

    at least I think I think we must say for her: she color-coordinates well. (minus the gold – seriously that’s the one thing I can’t get off of. gold straps on a handbag are SO tacky.) the pale pink on the shoes echoed faintly by the mauve-ish tone on the dress – I approve.

  135. SandyT
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    These sorts of bizarre spectator/menswear shoes are huge in the UK right now, so poor old Emma is just trying to be cutting-edge, I guess. She’s missed the mark, of course, although it’s really very hard to uglify all that natural cuteness.

  136. Paris
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    I actually really like this outfit. I’d lose those ugly flesh-tone straps and I’d actually keep the shoes, just all black, or maybe with dark brown accents; it’s that emesis-mauve that’s throwing me off.

  137. Paulina
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    The bag is ..blue? Right? Then make the pink on the shoes blue and put heels on them. No strappy sandals please. Then straps in the same color as the dress (which I think is cute).
    I’m not so picky about the handbag, so I don’t know what to do with it but to keep the blue so the shoes will match.

  138. la ninja
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    I looove all pieces but much better worn separately, indeed!

  139. alien child
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    Overall, I think the whole outfit is kind of piecemeal – but in a very non-pulled-together kind of way.

    I don’t mind the length or pattern of the dress…but the colour should be different. Maybe a brighter pink, maybe a different colour altogether – blue? Yellow? Just something less…muted.

    Also – I haven’t read through the other comments properly, so I’m not sure if anyone else has mentioned this – I would like it if the polka dots were smaller.

    Yes, lose the tank top. And the shoes. And – yes, the bag. Gladiator flats or flip-flops might go better with the dress, seeing as that she probably didn’t want to wear heels. I’d say flip-flops and a slightly more boho bag – maybe sunglasses? I feel like the dress angles toward a beachy look, so she should accessorize accordingly.

  140. Mrs. MidAtlantic
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    Lose the shoes and dress straps. The body of the dress is adorable, and her hair looks great! I wish my hair looked like that!

  141. d
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    GFY’s love for Emma Watson always surprises me considering the rumours that she’s an on-set drama queen and total bitch.
    Of course she’s still young, but given how you gals dislike similar-natured celebs I’m confused as to the E.W. special treatment…?

  142. Alison
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    Please lose the shoes. Vile. Lose the straps on the dress. Nearly as vile as the shoes. Add beautiful wedge sandals and she’d be good to go.

  143. Vanessa
    0

    Guess who!
    These hilarious bloggers, who also write for New York magazine, aim their fashion criticism at celebrities like the always scantily-clad Bai Ling. What’s their blog called?
    http://catwalkkeener.onsugar.com/3451167

  144. Mhlia
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    I saw her on Letterman the other night… where he showed a picture of her at a premier and her undies were showing. Her response? “This was a wardrobe malfunction… at least I was wearing underwear…” Which made me love her all that much more and why I can forgive her even mediocre outfits and bad shoes. Because really? She’s adorable and not too pretentious (she’s going to college!)AND she wears underwear!

  145. Anonymous
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    I think I just threw up in my mouth a little. The only outfit those shoes would work with is the world’s ugliest zoot suit. Hi-dee-hi-dee-hi-dee-NO!

    Besides, Emma’s outfit is only a diversion tactic to distract us from the real story here. Namely, that after getting snubbed by both the BAFTAs and the Tonys for “Equus,” Daniel Radcliffe has set his sights on winning a new award–next year’s Men’s Fug Madness Tournament. Toggle Suit in 2010! Way to get back on the horse, Dan!

  146. Maria Louise
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    Black straps on the dress and a hot pair of black heels.

  147. Bada
    0

    Actually, I like the dress.
    The shoes wold be nice with other outfit.

  148. Anne K
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    Beloved Fug Ladies, I hate to see you fall into error. The closure on Daniel R’s coat wasn’t a “toggle,” it was a “frog” closure. A toggle would have been pretty weird too, but more manly, I think. The frog closure is favored by kooky elderly aunts wearing a silk jacket picked up in Chinatown.

  149. MAmanda
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    All I’d change is the shoes. They are just wrong. Black ballet flats would be nice. That’s what I thought she was wearing at first when I thought, “She looks cute. Why is she on here?”

  150. NImble
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    Emma, stand up straight, darlin. And change into low heels. That’s all this look needs!

  151. really?
    0

    Maybe I am just blinded by her total adorableness… but I think she looks cute!! Shoes and all, I love it. Maybe it’s too early after a long night, but I am kinda digging the shoes…

  152. Mollly
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    I am so full of Emma love.
    She is such a breath of fresh air after enduring Lohan, Spears and Cyrus.
    So I’ll let her slide on this one, and hope that on her next outing,
    she comes back with a bang!

  153. palesunflower
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    Emma is so adorable, all this needs are some strappy summer sandals and we’re there.

    I agree, I would love to see the dress in a different pairing of color, but it’s by no means offensive the way it is. New shoes and call it a day.

  154. Kaitlen
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    Considering how adorable her outfits usually are, this one is just a bit blah. However, it’d still be perfectly acceptable if she replaced those clunkers with some strappy black sandals and either lost the straps or switched the color to something that matched the rest of the dress.

  155. lori
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    Change the shoes to strappy bronze heels. Lose the straps on the dress and cinch it with a wide black patent leather belt. Ditch the purse for a sparkly clutch. Add some subtle diamond stud earrings.

  156. Denise
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    Let’s start w/the dress. I think the color/pattern of the fabric is age appropriate. So use that fabric and make more of a top to the dress…maybe a sweetheart neckline and cute little cap sleeve. Then, fit the rest of the dress so it looses that “loving hands at home” look. It’s no compliment when you make your own clothes, and someone who didn’t know you make your own clothes says to you, “You made that, didn’t you?”

    Lastly, ditch those ugly old-lady orthopedic shoes and give the girl some strappy sandals!

  157. sheri
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    What are you talking about?! She looks adorable!

    Those wingtips are very hip, and I think the pinky-flesh tone blends in enough with her own flesh tone so that they don’t stumpify her.

    If she wore sandals with that dress, the outfit would lose all personality.

  158. patrice
    0

    dude, this one’s easy. lose the straps, put heels on the shoes. next?

  159. Fashion Innocent Bystander
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    White patent high heeled strappy sandals, lose the straps on the dress, a clutch with a pop of color (periwinkle?) and a white hat whose brim has a diameter of about four feet

  160. Rachel the Odd
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    I just needed to put in my two cents: personally i think those shoes are adorable and QUIRKY what’s wrong with a little personality on your feet? i wouldn’t wear them with that dress, but hey.

    other than that just change the tank color so it actually looks more like a part of the dress and call it a day

  161. Carla
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    Ok I’m going to attempt to salvage this without changing the color of the dress:

    Lost the tank top, cinch the dress a little bit more at the waist, put on a pair of sparkly gold flip flops and a big, fun gold themed necklace. Throw the hair up in a pony tail and you have a casual beachy even though i’m not actually going to the beach look, and the gold livens up the brown so it’s not so draaab and boring.

  162. Curtis
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    I like the dress as well.

    Her waist needs to be more defined, and a large black leather belt would do the trick.

    As for those shoes, a strappy black stiletto would be nice.

    Lose the purse. Replace it with a periwinkle blue clutch and you’re good to go!

  163. Paige
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    First of all, I love the straight hair. Keep that up, kiddo.

    The straps can stay if they become a color to match the dress. I really hate the chunky sandal movement, so I’m all for a flat sandal as long as it’s not a flip flop.

  164. Sara
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    I like it. I think it’s quirky & cute & she pulls it off.

    But if you’re talking technical at-a-premiere-wear here then;

    if that’s a tank take it off, if not lose the straps. tighten the bodice and turn it into more of a sweethart neckline. give her a small black clutch and turn those brogues into brogue heels, with less pink.

  165. Gina
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    I think the dress is cute on her. I hate the tank underneath. And those shoes just didn’t work. Ohhh well!

  166. Molly
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    See what I mean?
    This one totally makes up for that one.
    http://i529.photobucket.com/albums/dd333/MollyLamar/Emma.jpg

  167. Anne B
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    Emma looks 15, doesn’t she? Doesn’t she look all fresh and young?

    She was born the same year as my oldest daughter, the spooky-mature one. This “kid”, Emma, is 19 now. At her age, I had a double major and three jobs and knew where I was going to grad school. Emma’s probably got all that too, plus management staff and travel coordinators.

    So, yeah, she should know better … but looking at this outfit just makes me sad. I think the dress is FINE. (Boring, but fine.) I’m a little surprised Emma went and dug up the pocketbook my great-aunt Helen was buried with, but it’s good to know the kid is getting out at night.

    The shoes are a slight, fugly breath of hope. With those tiny little clown shoes, Emma might just be telling the world that we can all go jump through a flaming hoop.

    I DO NOT want to make this pretty. I want to see this child start to hang with Kristen Stewart with her shoes all untied and a surly look on her face. I want her to be the Debbie Harry to Kristen’s Joan Jett. I want her to push us away, start having some damn fun, before it’s too late.

    Yeah. I SAID IT.

  168. emily
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    I love her. The clothing is irrelevant. Actually, fine: shoes wrong choice with dress, but still cute IMO. Lose straps. Dress slightly too close to romper, wide belt would be good or more defined waist, though hard to say b/c of way she’s standing and bag close to waist. Did I mention I love her? Just making sure.

  169. Anonymous
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    Lose the straps, add black ballet flats with some interesting detailing, and switch out the purse enitrely for something that DOESN’T look like it came in plastic front packaging with a gold plastic tiara and long, feather lined gloves– something all black, leather. and a little slouchy.

  170. VA
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    1. Get rid of the shoes (trade them for a flat, a low or hi-top Converse sneaker, or espadrille), or make the shoe be all one color

    2. Get rid of the shoulder straps, or make them thinner, or darker.

    3. Make the contrast between the dots and the background of the dress higher.

    4. Make the skirt more floaty and longer. Put the whole dress into a nice light summer fabric (like a linen or silk, for example).

    Do this, and Miss Watson will be hot with 3 T’s.

  171. Claire
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    I couldn’t tell Ms Watson to change anything about anything she dresses or is dressed in! She always looks so present in her outfits, and honestly I just think she has great taste. She seems so much more vivid than your average photographed professional I just want to say YES! That’s fantastic! Hurrah! to her. :]

  172. RenaissanceGrrl
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    1. Lose the straps or make them the same as the background color.

    2. Get a purse that doesn’t have a tacky chain strap. If the polka dots really are blue I guess blue is okay, though.

    3. BURN THOSE SHOES AND NEVER THINK OF THEM AGAIN. Black shoes of nearly any sort would be okay.

  173. rach
    0

    i could like it if she ditched the shoes.
    and in a different context the shoes would work too.

  174. mrsvz
    0

    This was my train of thought when I saw this entry:

    “Hey, why are they picking on Emma Watson? That’s really cu—OHH GOD SHOES.”

    Ditch the shoes for a small sandal kitten heel, keep the dress as-is, and get a better (smaller) bag. LOVE her hair.

  175. jenh
    0

    She’s English. They like a little funk in their clothing. Why look like every other person. Good for her.

  176. Anonymous
    0

    Lose the tank, Belt the dress properly (id also prefer it in a different colour but hey, shes into brown), strappy chunky heels in goldy or black, wave hair a little ta da!

  177. Anonymous
    0

    Dress is lovely as is. Shoes are cool, but not with dress. And yet, she’s still perfectly adorable.

  178. Zoe
    0

    Myah, can’t find much fault in it. The dress is a little boring, but hey, who hasn’t thrown on something random ever? Maybe it’s hugely comfortable. The shoes… not a fan of the pink, but sign me up for them in b&w. *Especially* with dresses. Phooey on cankle-complaints.
    Someone up here (Can’t remember who) commented on the exhausted look and attempt at a wan smile – that’s what gets to me most in this picture, too. Hope she’s not being overworked.

  179. Natalie
    0

    Swap out the shoes for some cute black pumps or even strappy sandals and that would make a world of difference. Not perfect but waaaaay better..

  180. evalyn
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    Give the shoes to Radcliffe, since they would have added a little sytle to his “toggle” outfit, plus matching his shirt.

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    dress: cinched waist, strapless with a fuller skirt

    hair: soft waves

    Shoes: heels. basic black