One more time Anne Hathaway has proven to the world that she is an underrated fashion icon whether she intended it or not. Recently, the American actress was spotted on a date night holding hands with her husband Adam Shulman, and really, both looked really good together.
Anna Hathaway looked gorgeous wearing a black minidress while attending a special screening of Jessica Chastain's movie 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye.' Dressed in the LBD Anna Hathaway certainly stole everyone's attention because she looked stunning. She accompanied the look with knee-high leather boots, a black bag from JW Pei, and a grey herringbone coat completing the look with light make-up, just her red lips highlighting her face while her long brown hair was cascading down her shoulders.
The actress was holding hands all the time with her husband Adam Shulman, who wore a blue navy coat, black pants, and sneakers. Anna Hathaway and Adam Shulman recently celebrated their 9th anniversary so with this new outing we can declare them as relationship goals.
Now, in case you want to have a closer look at Anne Hathaway's outfit, Jessica Chastain, protagonists of 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' shared on her social media to her more than 4 million followers some snaps with Anne at the event.
While Anne's husband is nowhere to be seen (sorry Adam!) both actresses looked more than spectacular together. “Screening of #TheEyesOfTammyFaye last night w my wife ♥️” captioned Jessica Chastain.
In the snaps, we can see Anne Hathaway with the astonishing minidress while Jessica is wearing a tennis skirt with a matching blazer. Both look happy while smiling at the camera while a poster of the movie is behind them.
This is one of the first times we see Anna Hathaway step out after the pandemic hit the world. She recently revealed to Glamour UK that the pandemic (with lockdowns included) made her learn a new balance between her life and her work.
“I really discovered a new level of gentleness with myself and with other people,” she told the outlet. “I’ve always been very driven and I still am, but I think sometimes the way that I would get myself motivated, it wasn’t always the healthiest approach and the most gentle approach. I just feel like I’m just softer with myself. My understanding of what it means to be a human being has expanded. I used to seek to define myself by my best days, and now I don’t do that anymore. I accept all of it. And certainly, at the beginning of lockdown, I was putting all this pressure on myself to be fine.”