She's always one to follow red carpet trends, with more often or not sparking them, but Anne Hathaway should have packed another option before jumping onto the flapper bandwagon.
The 30-year-old Les Miserables actress took home the Best Supporting Actress gong at the Movie Critics' Choice Awards last night and looked as though she was vying for best dressed in the style stakes too.
Anne Hathaway looks a little washed out in her Oscar de la Renta gown - Wenn
Wearing a floor-grazing vintage inspired Oscar de la Renta gown to the ceremony held at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica which appeared to be influenced by the 1920s flapper era, Anne looked washed out in the pale number.
We've seen Anne wear dazzling white Givenchy gowns and gothic black designer numbers by the likes of Tom Ford, but this silver metallic vest style gown didn't do too much for the actresses' fair complexion.
But manages to show off her slender figure and some flesh in the metallic frock - Wenn
Featuring a scooped back and form-fitting cut, Anne managed to bare some flesh and her fabulous figure in the gown, but that's about it. She added a pearl hued box clutch and wore a rose-bitten lip to complete the look.
As she collected her award for her role in Les Miserables, Anne quipped: “This is a bittersweet moment because I have this award but you spelled my name wrong,” teasing the awards for missing the ‘e’ in her first name. Oops!
What do you think of Anne's retro Hollywood look? Do you think it works?