Although Hathaway starred in the fashion-focused film The Devil Wears Prada in 2006, it appears that the actor still has a wardrobe that would make any fashion intern tremble at the knees. The actress has been seen in several stunning skirts. Let’s take a glance at a few of our personal favourites.
In a white embroidered strappy top from the Osman spring 2014 line and a simple pleated blue skirt, Anne Hathaway looked sharp and trendy at the Miami Walk of Fame opening. Anne maintained her look 100% exquisite and classy by choosing luxury, structural fabrics and a high, under-the-knee skirt length. Gianvito Rossi’s edgy white-and-tan heels completed the ensemble.
Anne Hathaway demonstrated how to wear the notoriously difficult asymmetric hem skirt back in 2017. With a dramatic and quirky touch, the artistic skirt rounded out Hathaway’s outfit. Her Yves Saint Laurent pussybow top was a throwback to the prim ’70s. With a fluid below-the-knee length, the skirt would seem like the perfect complement. A mural motif that relied on a few of the hues in Hathaway’s top added an unexpected twist. Spiky, white cap-toe stiletto heels completed the ensemble for a supremely elegant finish.
The star wore a dramatic leg-baring outfit, but its elegant skirt seemed to shelter her from the chill in New York. In the winter, Anne Hathaway’s leather piece may be the only skirt worth swapping your pants for. Over a white sweater slipped into a cocoa leather skirt, she wore a long and shiny emerald green coat. Sally LaPointe’s A-line skirt has a big slit in the front that allows for plenty of movement. Hathaway completed the ensemble with Karen Walker’s enormous Treasure sunnies and fad leopard-print shoes.
Anne was clothed in a sheer, flowered blue shirt tucked into a stylish skirt, a far cry from her vibrant Miami ensemble. And, as much as we enjoyed the bright hues from last month, we love this look even more! Especially because she nailed the heels with her two-toned ensemble and beautiful studded pumps. That was a game-changer!