Anne Hathaway Paired a Balletcore Manicure with Diamonds and Denim

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Because of course she did.

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When Anne Hathaway walks the red carpet, she never misses a beat. She debuted the Versace chainmail dress at the Albie Awards earlier this fall, wore the most stunning "Alien French" manicure shortly before that, and donned an out-of-this-world opulent Met Gala look in May. Her latest outfit was no exception. From her gown to her manicure, Hathaway delivered on glamour.

On November 6, Hathway attended the CFDA Fashion Awards, combining the American edge of denim-on-denim with the lightest balletcore pink nails.

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The outfit was undoubtedly the star of the show. Courtesy of Ralph Lauren, the look was a new twist on the Canadian tuxedo, fitting for an event honoring the best in American fashion. On top, Hathaway wore a dark denim vest featuring an abstract floral design and buttons running up the middle. The bottom half of the outfit featured a trailing denim maxi skirt with splashes of flowers and light denim.

She accessorized the look with a large, shimmering diamond necklace, a thick matching bracelet, some dangling diamond earrings, and a handful of rings—all of which complimented her simple yet gorgeous manicure.

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Hathaway's nails were a natural, rounded shape and length. Similar to a strawberry milk manicure, the actress's finish was ultra-glossy. However, Hathaway's color was sheer and muted—evoking ballet tropes like pink ribbons and tulle. 

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Hathaway wore her hair down in a slightly off-center middle part. Underneath it sat subtly stunning makeup: glowing skin, a thin line of black eyeliner, mascara, and slightly glossy pink lips in a similar hue to her nails.

Oh, and that was just one of her looks.

After arriving in denim, she changed into a tight-fitting, sheer, lacey gown with black floral detailing throughout. Keeping her makeup, jewelry, and nails consistent, she pulled her hair up into a bun with a few strands left framing her face. The Rodarte look was pure feminine divine and proof that she truly never misses a beat.

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