Emma Stone’s Giambattista Valli biscuit dust ruffle: lovely or ridiculous?


Emma Stone’s vagina dust ruffle is the cure for the plague of little red dresses. The biscuit ruffle is courtesy of Giambattista Valli and it certainly is unique, right? I swear, there were more photos of Emma Stone, who seems to only have a smaller, supporting part in Friends With Benefits, than there were of Mila Kunis at last night’s FWB premiere. Here’s what I love about this: Emma is back to the ginger, and it looks great; the pink-red combination is better than I expected; Emma isn’t flashing anything inappropriate, nor does look like she’s trying too hard.

BUT! At the end of the day, it’s still a biscuit dust ruffle. It is a fancy, unnecessary, surprisingly fluffy and gigantic ruffle where no ruffle belongs. Why do designers put such unflattering additions onto their clothes? And why do otherwise slender, attractive women decide that they need enormous ruffles covering their biscuits? It adds weight to a part of the body that women want to look smaller. I still love Emma, of course, but this is a rare fashion miss for her. Still, she’s probably going to get more attention for this than Mila will get for her meh look last night.

UPDATE: Ah, I missed this story! Emma and Ryan Gosling…?

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling strolled through the East Village Saturday evening after buying frozen yogurt at 16 Handles on Second Avenue. “They were walking together with yogurt in their hand,” a witness said. “They were both smiling and laughing. It was very friendly. A lot of people were looking at them.” A source close to Stone, recently linked to her “Spider-Man” co-star Andrew Garfield, insisted she’s “just friends” with Gosling, her “Crazy, Stupid, Love” co-star. Stone’s rep declined to comment. Gosling’s rep didn’t get back to us.

[From Page Six]

Honestly, I don’t think much of this as far as potential hookups go. I truly believe that Emma is dating Andrew Garfield, and she and the Gosdong are probably just friends. Plus, their movie comes out next weekend, right? Crazy, Stupid Love which I want to see.





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  1. Leigh says:

    Love Emma. Love the ginger hair.
    Hate the dress.

  2. brin says:

    Agree…this biscuit dust ruffle is strange and unnecessary…but Kaiser, what about the item in Page Six….Emma and Gossdong having a friendly yogurt encounter…thoughts?

  3. the original bellaluna says:

    Oh dear. Oh dear me, NO. Lookin’ like she’s wearing a huge two-ply designer fanny pack.

    But loving her return to ginge!

  4. Scout says:

    That is definitely – without reservation – the ugliest dress I have ever seen.

  5. merski says:

    This outfit would have looked rather cute without those atrocious colostomy bags… o_0

  6. Kaiser says:

    brin – sorry, I missed that! I added an update. I think Emma and Andrew Garfield (my dream lover) are still hittin’ it.

  7. brin says:

    Thanks, Kaiser….I agree, but I thought it was interesting.

  8. mia girl says:

    There is nothing about the dress that I like. Nothing.

  9. katnip says:

    I want to strangle whoever talked her into wearing this horrible outfit.

  10. Ahem says:

    I’m one of those weird fashion people…and i like it LOL. She gets an A for effort. Those colors don’t look bad together. It could have done without those weird things at her hips and it would have been much better. She should always be a ginger.

  11. Katie says:

    Love her. Hate the dress. Hate the term ginger. I could get behind her being with Gosling, but I liked the rumors of her with Andrew Garfield too.

  12. Judy says:

    She’s adorable, but that dress is so 80′s. HATE IT.

  13. Masque says:

    Hollywood needs to cast Emma and Melinda Clarke in a movie as mother and daughter.

  14. OhMyMy says:

    I love Emma. But the dress looks like a Barbie outfit a 5 year old put on backwards.

  15. Jackson says:

    Oh, no. Just no. The silhouette is terrible with the sewn on hand-warmers and the top fabric looks terrible in that close-up. Like a cheap sweater. Ugh. She’ll get it right eventually. I hope.

  16. ??? says:

    Well..are those pockets for change or what? those things remind me of the hotdog boys in stadiums.

  17. Janice says:

    oelalala, I don’t like this.

  18. Stubbylove says:

    Love the entire look – interesting, fresh, young – yes the poofs on the dress are odd but whateveas – it’s fun and she’s pulling it off. Emma can do no wrong in my eyes!

  19. Melancholy says:

    I love her.

    So this is just a weird skirt over a basic sweater, right? Ew, and padded shoulders.

  20. ladybert62 says:

    horrible – awful – ugly – unattractive – oh so many words to chose from to describe this fashion flop.

  21. Boo says:

    That is hands-down one of the ugliest dresses I’ve seen in a long time. Bad colors, bad shapes, unflattering from every angle.

    Love her.

  22. Denver Danni says:

    I LOVE her hair, so sweet and cute. I feel in love with Emma in Superbad…not so in love with the outfit. But when you have so many red carpet events there will be some hits and some misses.

  23. Blue says:

    That is one ugly dress. Those add ons are terrible. Why would you do that to a dress or to a woman. That’s cruel.

  24. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    Why is everything ‘Crazy, Stupid–Something’ ot ‘Crazy, Sexy–Something’? Almost as annoying as Friends bogarting the ‘The One With/Where/When’ phrase of identification. Friends, you are the voice of the generations, so when you steal the parlance of our times to self-cannonize and presume, your frequent strolls into shittiness taint our colloquialisms: give us back our slang, dogs! The nations demand this. Do they mean ‘the one where someone sleeps with someone?’ Thanks for narrowing that down, guys.

    Getting rid of the gerund titles wouldn’t hurt, that would be truly appreciated.

    This looks like one of eyeroll films that thinks it can get by on the charisma or likeability of the stars enough to hit every single beat with a steely and disconnected resolve that would be appreciated by Otto von Bismarck. Rich, pretty white people have perfect lives until something goes slightly wrong and someone gets fired or embarassed–and they all had it so figured out! Chance untites one horrible person with another horrible person and they snipe at each other until they endure the perfunctory sex. Wait, ulterior motives? Trite misunerstnadings? Regrets about abandoning your true love for an attractive slam-piece who turns out to be evil? Big fight of the ‘you used me–I didn’t expect to fall in love–it’s your fault you couldn’t read my mind, you should’ve known that I was thinking that–but I’ve moved on and I’m dubiously happy–we never friends/lovers you were a desperate target. See, I have no feelings because I’m and alpha metro with a past’ variety.

    Since you can’t go home again, they sulk in their Winter Palace-sized domiciles paid for by working in publishing/being a writer of rancourous love garbage that sounds NAMBLA-approved or for Fancy Rump Quarterly. Then they sulk until they try to run but Deus ex Machina, we’re all rich pretty and white together.

    Don’t you hate this movie already?

  25. Melissa says:

    Love her, hate the outfit.

  26. Sloane Wyatt says:

    Why is Emma wearing her fanny packs in the front?

  27. The Bobster says:

    Looks like something a quarterback would wear to keep his hands warm.

  28. Ron says:

    I generally really like her style but man this is one awful dual fannypack dress.

  29. HotPockets says:

    I know people will hate me for saying this, but this girl reminds me of Lindsay Lohan and not because of the gingerness. She is La Lohan’s replacement in Hollywood.

  30. sierra says:

    @Mama Bessemer
    lol. Love your description for the movie genius!

  31. sandy#1 says:

    she’s attractive, maybe could be dressed a little better, wink.

  32. taxi says:

    Love the color contrast on her & like the dress a lot!

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