Check Out Anne Hathaway’s Glittering Glamour Posts on Instagram

Check out Anne Hathaway's Glittering Glamour Posts on Instagram.

If you need a fashion inspiration this 2021, look no further as you only need to look into Anne Hathaway’s Instagram.

Photo: Courtesy of Anne Hathaway | Instagram


Hathaway has been providing inspiring fashion on social media. The celebrity recently flaunted three glittering metallic gowns, and there are no words to describe how amazing these are.


Hathaway started things with a gold number from Azzaro. The long-sleeved piece first appeared on the runway back in January last year and it was definitely amazing and a clear standout.


However, Hathaway and stylist Erin Walsh took things up a bit by complementing the layers of lamé with oversized earrings and a deep burgundy lip. The stunning effect was increased, as Hathaway turned, with a dramatic pose that showed off the gilded pleats.



A Vivienne Westwood creation which is a liquid metal corseted piece was up next. This is a throwback to Westwood’s spring/summer 2012 collection. The hot piece has become a favorite of celebrities – thanks to its body-conscious silhouette that highlights hourglass proportions. The plunging neckline and daring hemline of the dress would call the attention on their own, but matched with diamond drop earrings and a lot of blingy rings, the look was impossible to flout.



Hathaway took things a little over the top in her at-home red carpet moment, with a little Versace and in a jaw-dropping Atelier Versace gown. Anne Hathaway’s Versace number would definitely send the paparazzi into a craze, had a red-carpet premiere been feasible. 


Nevertheless, thanks to Hathaway’s willingness to level it up, the look was just as impactful on Instagram. The actress proved movie star glamour is always appealing even at home, with her head-to-toe bronze sequins with a peek-a-boo cutout showing a hint of décolletage.

 

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