WTF Carpet: Scout Willis


She looks about as delighted by this jumpsuit situation as I am:

My only explanation is that she literally climbed out of her cozy bed wearing the American Eagle Night Romper she got on deep sale for $4.39 when American Eagle was like, “a night romper’s a bad idea,” and sleepwalked all the way to the step-and-repeat at this party.  All I know is that you’re NOT supposed to wake up sleepwalkers, so everyone be very, very VERY quiet.

[Photo: Getty]

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  1.  fiatluxury
    +8

    what the…. where did this post come from? I could swear this wasn’t here a minute ago. SPOOKY. Also spooky: adult rompers.

  2.  lori
    +16

    The poor thing looks kinda rough.

  3.  KLeewrite
    +26

    She hasn’t washed or brushed her hair, she’s not wearing makeup…are we sure she didn’t just get up?

  4. Lisa
    +16

    She does look like she just rolled out of bed. I could support this outfit as pajamas if the the top and bottom were not attached. This would make it comfortable and suitable for having coffee on a deck. Otherwise, no.

  5. Big Noise
    +4

    Is part of that drawstring at her waist hanging DOWN FROM HER LADYBITS? For the love of a sweet God, those bows make this look like a sisterwife night romper.

  6.  ShannonTX
    +14

    I had a babysitter who wore a jumpsuit much like this. In 1973. Ugly then, ugly now.

  7. Bea
    +3

    I thought I saw this post yesterday… deja vu big time.

    • Jessica
      +3

      You did! I accidentally published it for five minutes before realizing it wasn’t supposed to go up until today. (I had to move some stuff around middle of the day yesterday.)

      •  fiatluxury
        +37

        whew. was pretty sure I was losing my mind. and my above response to your post is actually date stamped before you posted it! So maybe I am a time-traveling companion to Princess Anne, though god knows traveling through time just to see this mess of a romper is a WASTE OF RESOURCES.

      •  ohsohappy
        +14

        I, too, have experienced the Twilight Zone in Fug Nation! One moments it is there, the next it is not. I am quite relieved to know I wasn’t hallucinating. For a woman of a certain age, that is comforting!

  8. One of the Claires
    +31

    This is unfortunate. In the spirit of charity, I’ll posit that hippie heels and a brown leather belt could make this somewhat boho-chic. But nothing can keep that hair from making her look like that kid you grew up with who was promising in elementary school, got swept up in the wrong crowd in 8th grade, started doing drugs too young, and can still be seen – at age 29 – on Main street in your hometown, hanging out with skater boys.

  9.  HelenBackAgain
    +31

    Is it weird that my biggest objection here is that urine-colored hair? I understand that young women do Weird Things to their hair. Hey, I’ve been that young woman. But it seems such a terrible shame with the children of Moore and Willis, especially, since they all got their mother’s gorgeous, thick, glossy dark locks! The natural hair is SO PRETTY.

    And on top of that, it’s, well, urine-colored. Wearing pee on your head flatters no one!

    • MollyMonster
      +14

      Agreed. That color is ALL WRONG for her skin tone. It might be ALL WRONG for every skin tone, but hers especially. Makes her look like she is Gilbert Blythe, suffering from typhoid.

    •  Constant Reader
      +11

      I, too, was most bothered by that awful hair. It didn’t make me think of urine, though; instead, I thought of a girl I went to college with in the dear, dim past, who used sun-in to lighten her brown hair because her mother (we were freshmen) wouldn’t let her dye it. Her hair was a shade I privately thought of as “Pomeranian orange.”

      • LB
        +3

        Pomeranian orange. That’s it, exactly. I never understood the appeal of that color.

    •  Jules
      +2

      The hair makes her look like she’s fronting a low-rent Soul Asylum cover band, and all I can do when I look at the outfit as a whole is whisper ‘Oh. Honey. No.’ repeatedly.

  10. Alison
    +2

    Real Talk: the Sleep Romper is the solution to every problem I have ever had with nightgowns. Seriously life-changing. Trust.

    •  HelenBackAgain
      +14

      I dunno, I usually get up in the middle of the night sometime to go to the bathroom. I am not really awake, exactly, at these times. Pretty sure the top half of such a garment would end up in the toilet.

    • One of the Claires
      +5

      I have a weirdly long torso, which instantly transforms a romper into a boob-popping crotch-yanking mess. I doubt I’d be able to sleep under those conditions.

      •  ohsohappy
        +2

        I really don’t know anything about Yves Saint Laurent, but seeing her in this get-up (and with that hair) with that name on the wall in the background…it’s just weird. I just kind of associate YSL with some level of decent fashion. I could be wrong. I don’t know. She looks bad.

  11. Jenz
    +9

    This looks like Raggedy Ann Couture…

  12.  Sharon
    +3

    Curiouser and curiouser…

  13. Minutiae
    +14

    At least she has a top on?

    Yeah, I got nothin’.

  14. TonyG
    +13

    That top portion reminds of those short kitchen curtains you see sometimes. You know the ones where are two rows of curtains, one up top and one on bottom in the same window, each on a white steel rod. My grandmother would have loved a version of these in her kitchen windows to block out the setting sun.

    •  HelenBackAgain
      +11

      I believe that’s what’s called a “valance.” And it does look exactly like a curtain with a valance!

    •  Constant Reader
      +7

      My Gram had those, but in her favorite shade of blue. I think that kitchen was the nicest place on Earth. Thanks for bringing back happy memories.

  15.  Elbyem
    +4

    Some stylist no doubt convinced her that this was a “vintage” look….The jumpsuit era should never be revived.

  16.  kickassmomnyc
    +6

    There should be a dress code at an event like this, and she should have been sent home at the door.

  17. Bella
    +5

    Fugly, yes, but at least she is covered – unlike her recent topless traipse down the streets of New York.

    •  HelenBackAgain
      0

      Good Lord. I Googled and found that this was indeed literal.

      I admire her dedication to the principle, but Scout honey, we DON’T live in that world… not yet and maybe not ever. This is not a good idea.

  18. Peggy
    +7

    I was shopping today, and I saw a very pretty black “dress.” On closer inspection, I realized it was a jumper, and I jumped back in horror. Fug Nation has trained me well. Now, to move onto those who are photographed.

  19. Jennifer
    +5

    Maybe she’s sad she had to cover her breasts for this event.

  20.  Ashley
    +8

    She ate too much lead paint as a kid, right?

  21. Joanie
    +10

    That explains the hair then. Maybe.

    I don’t know. But listen, I’ve been sleeping a LOT with this damn sinus infection, haven’t showered for a couple days, and even I look better than Scout. She needs to rethink a few things.

  22. KateGS
    +11

    Zosia’s sad twin.

  23. sema4dogz
    0

    This has to be some sort of Young Person Statement surely? When you biggenise the picture , her hands and nails don’t even appear to be very clean and she seems, I fear, to be wearing velvet/velour carpet slippers…

  24. Francine
    0

    Who’s dressing this girl? This jumpsuit doesn’t do her justice!
    http://fashion-soup.com/

  25. Lsamsa
    +1

    Seems to me that whether ‘going topless in public’…or wearing a very ugly jumpsuit while sporting very ugly hair…she is just pushing the envelope…to see if she will still get attention.
    Indeed…she does. Who really is to blame here?

    • marylou bethune
      +5

      Why doesn’t she have a real job? Celeb spawn never seem to go to Peace Corps, Teach America, become vets, etc. Protesting for nudity is really not marching on Selma, now is it?

      • Sandra
        +1

        There are fewer than 3000 seats available in US colleges of veterinary medicine every year. You generally aren’t required to have earned a BS before you apply, but if you’ve taken all your pre-reqs, you probably have done that. About 42 percent of people who apply get accepted. It’s a lot of hard work to get in and a lot more harder work to get through. I don’t know that celeb spawn aren’t smart enough to become vets, but most certainly don’t seem motivated enough to put their heads down and study their guts out for the 8 years of pre-vet and vet school.

        To be fair, neither was I. :-)

      •  HelenBackAgain
        0

        Celeb spawn never seem to go to Peace Corps, Teach America, become vets, etc.

        They do, but we rarely hear about those ones. They don’t get on Page Six living regular lives.

    • sahanabanana
      0

      My theory is that all the extra fabric on this hideous jumpsuit is just her stylist making sure another topless “activist” incident doesn’t happen.

  26. alecto
    0

    If t’werent a jumpsuit/romper I could actually get on board with the valence top. I kind of like it. But the ensemble and the hair and the general attitude are just not going there or anywhere.

  27. Marisa
    +2

    the poor thing looks like she came off the back of a milk carton or maybe she was rescued from ….oh forget it ..it looks like she just rolled out of bed

  28. Kathleen
    +1

    Why do the Willis children seem to work so hard at looking unattractive? My husband looks enough like Bruce Willis that girls in Japan have wanted to take pictures with him and guys in a bar in Majorca have wanted to fight him. I am certainly not as good-looking as Demi Moore. Yet our daughters are beautiful. So for those Willis girls to look almost universally awful, they must really work at it.

  29. lali
    +5

    THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH HER “LOOK” BUT I NEED TO SAY:
    I thought her topless in NYC stroll was related to Instagram and/or Twitter banning pictures of mothers nursing their babies. Something along the lines of “if this is legal then why can’t a mother share a pic of herself feeding her baby?” If that is in fact the case then I appreciate her message despite how easily it can be misconstrued as a bid for personal attention. I am a nursing mother. I don’t even know how to put a picture out there (I feel like the internet doesn’t need to know my life) but I see no reason why someone who is so inclined should not be able to. There is nothing shameful or vulgar or wrong about a mother providing for her child. As with many things in life, a GFY example is complaints about Kardashian posts, if you don’t want to see it then don’t look. On that note, I’m off to pump.
    END RANT

  30.  Pigs in Space
    0

    She looks Dazed and Confused.

  31. Stephanie L
    0

    GACK. Her boob ruffle looks like a window valance.