Get the Look: Elisabeth Hasselbeck's French Connection Dress

06/21/2007 at 06:00 AM ET


If we learned anything from Hollywood’s leading ladies, being pregnant doesn’t mean losing your style — or switching to maternity clothes. Just look at Tori Spelling! And The View‘s Elisabeth Hasselbeck seems to be following suit. Out in Hollywood to support co-host Barbara Walters as she got her gold star on the Walk of Fame, Elisabeth wore a trendy mod French Connection dress and bump-friendly low gold heels. Pregnant or not this brightly colored mod dress is adorable and pretty afforable for a star! Get Elisabeth’s purple blade tunic, $158, at, or get a similar look for even less at, $23.

FILED UNDER: Maternity
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ss on

Please go back to your former format. I noticed that under comments there were none listed. I know for a fact that there were plenty; including my own.

Ashley on

I agree! Thanks SS – I had some too!

glad on

i know that is what i said too…i dont like it

well liz is soo pretty and smart…that is all i have to say !

L on

I don’t like her look, and I don’t like her.

Cheryl on

Ugly dress, ugly lady.

Tiffany on

Love the dress, love her. Went right out and bought it.

Amber on


Sane on

This looks like a kid made it! What was she thinking..oh yeah..she can’t.

Emilee ♥ on

That dress is ugly. The dress would have been better in one color only, preferably black or white.

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