Keira Knightley's Printed Dress: Yay or Nay? (PHOTOS)


No doubt Keira Knightley stepped out in style upon docking at the Venice Film Festival on Friday, but was it the right style? The British actress hit land in support of her highly anticipated new movie A Dangerous Method in a printed dress that was sure to turn heads. 

Keira styled her hair in a Posh bob and wore a pair of nude pumps with the ensemble. What do you think of the slender star's getup? Play fashion critic in the comments and cast your vote in the poll!

In her upcoming movie, Keira stars alongside acclaimed actors Viggo Mortensen and Michael Fassbender. The movie is a look at how the intense relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud gives birth to psychoanalysis.

Check out the intense trailer below and determine if you'll be seeing A Dangerous Method when it hits theaters Nov. 23.

 

Discuss

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  • Kaytie
    Kaytie

    I love it!! I must have it!!

  • 14yearoldgrlsrfingthenet
    14yearoldgrlsrfingthenet

    luv the haircut!

  • 14yearoldgrlsrfingthenet
    14yearoldgrlsrfingthenet

    i give this one a yay i really like it and it's not like the patterns are totally different they all have the same vibe and the desighn is consistent so this definitely earned my approval

  • Kat
    Kat

    Where has she been? I love her in anything she wears. She is her own person! ;*)

  • Tricia
    Tricia

    I hate her, but she looks great here. It's even better in the light of the boat shots. I think it's McQueen and it is amazing. Styled really well - totally simply so as not to compete with the pattern. And fits her perfectly.

  • Dee
    Dee

    I like the dress, but not her hair and makeup!

  • Brenda
    Brenda

    Keira's dress is very attractive and she really wears it well.

  • chuajenny
    chuajenny

    I love the detail of her dress. so fantastic. And the cloth looks like so comfortable and fit Keira's body.

  • Kragen
    Kragen

    Love Keira Knightley, very attractive and sexy. I hope she does more American mainstream movies from now on.