Celebrity Fashion: Dita Von Teese has lunch in L.A.

Just a little bit of Dita Von Teese to round off the day.

See you tomorrow, everyone!

30 Comments

  • April 5, 2011

    Ursula

    Wow! This is stunning.

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  • April 5, 2011

    andrew

    solid outfit.. but its just not really in right now

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    • April 6, 2011

      Amber

      As everyone else has pointed out, I think it’s only the fashion victims of the world who care about being “in” – definitely not something Dita would spend even a second thinking about!

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      • April 6, 2011

        Serinde

        The Woman is perfect. Class is always ‘in’. Elegance is always ‘in’.

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  • April 5, 2011

    Zoe

    LOVE her shoes!

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  • April 5, 2011

    Ashita

    Dita! Looking retro-gorgeous, as always!

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  • April 5, 2011

    Karli

    “its just not really in right now”? Who cares? It’s Dita! She doesn’t need to obey what’s in or out. She eats your boundaries and washes them down with a cup of hot steamin’ rules!

    What a gorgeous woman. I swoon every time I see her. Perfect, perfect, perfect.

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  • April 5, 2011

    Alison

    I think it would be perfect without the bow around the neck. I like the rest, especially the shoes. I just don’t like the neck bow.

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  • April 6, 2011

    Lexa

    “In”…?

    Who gives a crap about “in”…?

    I place more value on looking GOOD and she obviously does.

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    • April 6, 2011

      andrew

      well I suppose this outfit would have looked “good” in the 1700s, so I guess that makes you right

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      • April 7, 2011

        Amee

        In the 1700s, she would have been horribly underdressed. the thing is, this is “in”. Ever here of a little fashion movement called Gothic Lolita? Give her a petticoat and a parasol, and she’d fit right in.

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        • April 7, 2011

          Lexa

          Are you saying she doesn’t look good NOW?

          True style always looks good.

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      • April 7, 2011

        Karli

        Not to sound mean or anything, but you’ve got your fashion eras way off. Nowhere near 1700s.

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  • April 6, 2011

    Molly

    I like the neck bow, but not so much the pocket bows. I love the shape of the dress though! I love everything Dita von Teese wears.

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  • April 6, 2011

    Marianne S.

    Classic, timeless. Dita makes it look so easy.

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  • April 6, 2011

    Anna

    Who gives a flying crap if it’s “in” or not? It’s gorgeous; that’s all I care about.

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  • April 6, 2011

    bobbie

    Fabulous! Who gives a rats arse about being ‘in’ or not! I don’t think the point of Dita’s dressing is what some faceless fashion guru says this nano seconds trend is, she’s about timeless style and rampant sensuality..about what suits her body and her attitude-she’s just brilliant.

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  • April 6, 2011

    Coppelius

    Fantastic – I love her style!

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  • April 6, 2011

    Tali

    5 bows is a bit too much for my taste..

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    • April 6, 2011

      andrew

      to all who criticize my opinion of this outfit:
      1. its really not that great
      2. just because you love dita and wish you were her, doesn’t mean that anything she wears is brilliant. being obsessed with the person wearing the clothes often sways people’s opinions.
      3. you don’t have to get all flustered about someone saying that your idol doesn’t look flattering

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      • April 6, 2011

        Monica

        Andrew, I don’t think any of the people who commented in response to your comment meant it to sound harsh… I think the it’s just when you read them back now all at once it comes across as being quite attacking. The readers here do tend to respond honestly about the outfit regardless of who is wearing them. You say that people are obsessed with Dita and so are somewhat blinded but this isn’t the case. Yes we admire her style but there have been (rare) times where the Fashion Police have posted pictures of her wearing outfits where the general consensus is that the outfit should be a crime! I think you’ll find most people would say something like “I usually love Dita’s [or whoever’s] style but this time…” etc.

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        • April 6, 2011

          The Fashion Police

          I actually think people would’ve said the same thing regardless of who was wearing the outfit: this isn’t a site where people tend to care about whether something’s “in” or not – quite the opposite in fact!

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          • April 7, 2011

            andrew

            this explains a lot. I figured a website like this would welcome diverse opinions, when I know for a fact that this is the most action this website has seen for at least two months. but I was wrong

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          • April 7, 2011

            The Fashion Police

            The website does welcome diverse opinions, Andrew: again, that’s the whole point of this site – you’ve been allowed to state your opinion, and everyone else has been allowed to state theirs, so I’m not sure how you feel we’ve prevented anyone from voicing their opinions. Just because some people disagree with your opinion, it doesn’t mean you haven’t been allowed to express it. It seems that you’re the one who doesn’t like hearing other opinions, however, because getting upset and trying to insult people just because they like a certain outfit and you don’t is the exact opposite of “welcoming diverse opinions”. Relax, it’s just a dress 🙂

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    • April 6, 2011

      Amee

      Have to agree with the bows thing. It is a bit much. I think I’d like it better if the pocket bows weren’t there, and the neckbow a bit smaller. other than that though, I really like it.

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  • April 6, 2011

    Romanticide

    I think I love the shoes most <3 but the dress is gorgeous too.

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  • April 7, 2011

    Siel

    Simply perfect!

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  • April 7, 2011

    April

    The dress is nice, but it would look better without the bows, at least in my opinion; however they can stay on the shoes.

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  • April 7, 2011

    Lea

    Yum!
    Im craving the the outfit so badly! makeup is perfects too. Want the lipstick.
    I dont know much abt Dita Von Teese, But I know this is something I would wear and feel pretty in. (I’m 18.Some looks are timeless.)

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  • April 30, 2011

    Brie

    I am tired of the whole “retro look”. It was interesting when only the indie rocker women and fans were doing it. Now that “Mad Men” is all the rage…people are wearing this stuff to go out and I am not feeling it. Maybe because it is from a time period where women were not viewed as equals and were basically, housewives? Why look backward to that for inspiration? Just not feeling it.

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