October 13, 2011 9:56 AM | By Jackie Burns
The best and worst dressed celebrity moms

Some star mamas step out with their kids looking runway worthy while others are constantly committing fashion crimes while toting their tots around town

Angelina Jolie and her daughters, Gwen Stefani and her son (© Splash)
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There's no denying motherhood is one of the toughest jobs on earth, one that often leads women (even famous ones) to put themselves last. While some stars still manage to focus on fashion, others are forever reaching for the closest pair of sweats. Click through the gallery to see which celebrity moms are model-worthy and who needs a well-deserved mommy makeover.

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Oct 15, 2011 9:40PM
Why can't people just **** get a life like are you serious...lmfao i don't find anything wrong with the way they dress or how Angelina's adopted daughter's hair look or Gwen's daughter like who care's and let them ****ing be. Like ok i know she's a celebrity but doesn't mean she has to look her best at all time's for what? to impress the world f*** that sh*t get a life......
Oct 15, 2011 8:41PM
Good for her.  She does not have to prove anything to anyone and if that is the way she feels comfortable the press(sic) can say whatever they want.
Oct 15, 2011 7:47PM
Oct 15, 2011 4:18PM
You go David....you rock and I just Love your attitude !!!!Thumbs up

Oct 15, 2011 4:09PM
The author of this article is way too shallow to be living where he or she lives and needs to be dumped from an airplane to a ghetto in India, Africa, China or somewhere else suitable to discover what fashion is to the people there struggling to eat or drink clean water.  Hopefully the author would figure out the priorities in life and realize how insane it is to comment on what they think is appropriate garb for celebrity mom's. 
Oct 15, 2011 3:18PM
Look at it this way: Angelina's kids look healthy and intelligent. Gwen Stafani's kid is picking his nose. These two women seem to have different priorities.
Oct 15, 2011 3:14PM
She looks great, and there are MUCH MORE IMPORTANT things in life than keeping up with the latest fashion.

She can probably spend more time with her kids and less time fussing with fashionable clothes, hair and makeup--that's more like a real woman.
Oct 15, 2011 1:56PM
This is an aside fact but why is it that women in general talk about men putting pressure on women to look beautiful when fashion industry and people that comment on it eg. Jackie Burns are women or feminine men? I want to say one thing I am a straight , described as good looking guy and I have never agreed to court a woman based on whether she's fashionable or effectively uses make up in an attempt to enhance her beauty. If she wears tons of make up and her self esteem revolves around how fashionable she is I am completely 100% turned off . And before I write this I know every women reading this will call me a liar but, here goes because  this is the f...king honest truth I would rather she didn't wear make-up at all and dress according to her desired expression whether it be fashionable or not. That is now a woman turns me on. When she has conviction and courage to stop listening to manipulative Fashion Industry journalists like this one.  
Oct 15, 2011 12:25PM
Initial had a type O.  Should be Make Up.  The pictures do not surprise me and their look in some cases maybe planned that way to avoid a lot of attention being noticed.
Again, professional beauticians can do wonders for people and the Stars have and or can afford to have those services when they want and or need them.

Oct 15, 2011 12:20PM
Burke looks OK?????????????

most  women can be gorgeous with make, cloths etc.  These support that.  They are just  being natural and that is not always flattering - for anybody.

Oct 15, 2011 12:05PM
Give them a break, who cares if they're not dressed to impress, their moms probably trying to have a life without having crazy desperate camera people follow their every move!!!
Oct 15, 2011 11:56AM

Finally, see, they also are real.  Anyway, they sure look better than me.  Big deal.  Good for you.  Love your movies and shows.  And THANK YOU for letting Mothers know, we could also be Celebrities....in jeans, gym outfit, hoodies and ungly footwear we feel comfortable in.


Oct 15, 2011 11:14AM
Fashion crime, what is that?  This is something we need to know about?  Get real. I saw the headline and knew it was time to comment about the number of these vapid, inane articles that continue to grow on MSN.  How about attempting to write about something other than this celebrity oriented drivel.  Whoever decides that articles like this get on the webpage should be banished to the garbage detail.
Oct 15, 2011 11:09AM
This article is on MSN entertainment. Entertainment. If you came here rather than CNN you can't justifiably expect an article on Somalia.  I would not want to read "real" news stories here because the point is diversion. If you were so disgusted by the subject matter why even click on the link? And for those of you saying that the put-together moms don't have their priorities right: please provide me with the evidence that spending a bit of time to look good prevents one from taking care of her kids. We're always telling women "take some time for yourself" and then when we do we get accused of being bad moms. Wear a sexy, outfit, wear sweatpants, write news articles, write fluff, it all has its rightful place.
Oct 15, 2011 10:54AM

Dear Jackie Burns,


It is people like you that are destroying the image of women across the world, your sicking critic and critism is way out of hand!!! "slap some lipstick on" why don't you slap yourself in the face for saying such a thing. The demands that the media put onto women to perform and be outragously sexy all the time is retarded and completely soul destroying for every women out there. Why don't you try putting out an review/article that promotes successful women, women who are out there making a difference there are hundreds of them, but for some reason people like you are still fixated on the size of the tits and ass and how many pounds of make up they didn't and did put on! (oh and side note, if it sounds like I'm yell in your head it's because I'AM!!)

So how bout making women sound awsome because of the things they've, and I don't mean the complete demeening surgical changes that they may or may not have had done.


Thanks for your time,


(be the change you want to see in the world)

Oct 15, 2011 10:09AM

Oh noes, these women have made looking hot for the gossips less of a priority than taking care of their kids! 

Seriously, whoever wrote this article needs a good hard dose of reality. Motherhood is busy and sometimes you just don't have the motivation to make sure you look your best when you leave the house. How they look doesn't matter. And I suspect that the author of this oh-so-insightful article probably doesn't look flawless all the time either, thus making herself (himself??) into a major hypocrite. Grow up. With all the real problems in the world right now (Somalia, anyone?) I'm sure you can find more important things to care about. Imagine all the good you could do with a forum like this, all the attention you could draw to pressing needs and all the support you could drum up for real causes. Instead, here you sit judging Sandra Bullock because she doesn't wear lipstick as often as you want her to (as if she owes you or anyone else anything).

Oct 15, 2011 9:34AM
This subject is sooo TASTELESS... All it proves is that they are HUMAN. Maybe not all of them have nannies 24/7....Just like all of us there to busy with children and put themselves on the back burner for 1 moment !!
Oct 15, 2011 9:21AM
I cant believe that this is a problem and hello these fine people can afford a makeover if that is what they choose but because their priority is their child you trash them; then next week you trash them again for what ignoring their child to primp.  I say good for you Sandra Pink , Jennifer your prioritites are where they should be .  Shows you are a REAL parent, cant look 110% all the time
Oct 15, 2011 8:42AM
oh, and who's watching the kids whilst mommy dearest primps? I mean, jogging pants are not an option but tube tops and see through blouses to go, ...what... grocery shopping? What kind of message do you want your kids to get- mommy is a hard worker and good provider, or my mom needs an hour and a half to get ready because she must look sexy all the time? Mommy has good values, or mommy has a great wardrobe?
Oct 15, 2011 8:41AM
This is ridiculous.  Get your priorities straight.  These mothers who you accuse of committing fashion crimes obviously have priority on raising their children and not playing dress-up.  And trying to chase a child around in four inch ankle boots is completely impractical.  I'd rather be able to run with my son than have to worry about injuring myself because of silly footwear choices.   Your article is asinine.
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