Hilary Swank's Feminine Frock: Is It Totally Pretty Or Look Too Much Like A Tablecloth?

Fri, June 8, 2012 2:52pm EDT by 1 Comment
Hilary Swank Love it or Loathe it

The actress showed up on the red carpet in a tea-length white gown with a black lace overlay. Do you think she pulled off the elegant look she was going for, or is it too old-fashioned? VOTE!

Hilary Swank attended the 3rd Annual amfAR Inspiration Gala New York at The New York Public Library in NYC on June 7 where she chose to fashion a delicate Marc Jacobs gown. While she looked radiant, it definitely was an eye-catching print!

While focusing most of the attention on her dress, Swank added elegant accessories like her black peep-toes shoes and black clutch. Her simple hair style compliments the outfit beautifully as the pop of red in her nails adds a nice touch.

Although Swank pulls the outfit together nicely, the dress may look a bit too old-fashioned — it also seems a bit too much like a tablecloth! What do YOU think of her latest red carpet outfit?

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    krissten

    Posted at 9:05 PM on June 8, 2012  

    I’d say it’s beautiful. It’s the belt which saved her frm looking table clothish

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