Congratulations to Anne Hathaway!

January 14, 2013 under News

Anne Hathaway in her dress Golden Globes Award for Les MiserablesAnne Hathaway got an Award at Golden Globes for Best Supporting Actress, Les Miserables

Anne Hathaway won an award for best supporting actress at Golden Globes for her role in the film Les Miserables.  I always liked her, she has some kind of a light and easy going feel to herself.

I am not sure if her choice of wardrobe is something that I would consider appropriate for the red carpet.  One outfit looks like a wedding dress, the other one that she wore 2 days earlier look very casual to me.

But hey, even though we’ll never know if she’s wearing any stockings under that long gown, she is obviously wearing black opaque tights with her outfit for the AFI red carpet ceremony.

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3 Responses to "Congratulations to Anne Hathaway!"

  • Yay!!! My favourite hollywood actress! 🙂

  • James says:

    Favourite of mine too. Nice to see her in black opaques I think they really suit her.

  • Brian says:

    Anne looks great in her gown on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. Sadly just like other celebrites at awards shows, she might be barelegged under that gown. You rarely see women wear pantyhose now than they did in the past thanks in large part to the fashionistas (likely the gay fashion experts) who still consider pantyhose passe even though it’s not true, and women do not have the legs to pull off the bare leg look. However, there will be a few celebrities that still have the class and professionalism to wear pantyhose on the red carpet at award shows, and not worry with what these fashionistas think.

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