Michelle Williams In Miu Miu – The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Michelle Williams looked absolutely adorable whilst making a guest appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’, which is set to air on Friday.

She’s on the show to promote her new movie, ‘My Week With Marilyn’.

The actress almost reminds me of Tavi here, wearing a Miu Miu Fall 2011 ensemble which wasn’t a runway look.

Her floral embellished black top with a white collar was teamed with a terracotta wool skirt.

I’m picturing Michelle with cute Mary Janes or the black Miu Miu glitter pumps.

Credit: Michael Rozman/Warner Bros

19 thoughts on “Michelle Williams In Miu Miu – The Ellen DeGeneres Show

  1. Carolina

    Wow – how very retro looking! I am not on with peter pan collars (too toddler-style) but this really looks like something from the 40s or early 50s to me. I like her better in more sophisticated clothing.

  2. AW

    I love that she’s smiling, the clothes, not so much.

    Kinda against adult women (30+) looking “adorable”. Not to mention that the collar is too big.

    1. CreoleLady

      AW, you just hit upon a pet peeve of mine – using the word “adorable” to describe grown women. It’s infantalizing, imo. I ignore the usage. But just wanted to let you know there is at least one other person who agrees with you.

      I dislike this outfit as well.

  3. Lori

    After a brief hiatus liking Evan Rachel Wood’s peter pan collar, I am back to thinking it is the worst. You’re a grown woman, please dress like one.


    After looking at Miu Miu fall 2011 collection again I noticed there were NO peter pan collars (not even one!)…..more like she borrowed from Louis Vuitton fall 2011 which had PLENTY peter pan collars. She looks great!!……she is channelling Mia Farrow in the 1968 movie “Rosemary’s Baby”.

  5. pipsqueak

    Yeah, very Tavi. I don’t like this look. She looks like a townie/church lady going to the holiday sweater convention.


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