Anne Hathaway's $15 Dress Will Make You Want to Shop Vintage

This story was originally posted on April 6, 2017, and updated April 18, 2017.

Anne Hathaway's ensemble for her appearance on Good Morning America this week takes the sustainable fashion cake.

She showed up sporting a black floral dress belted at the waist—that apparently, was a steal.

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During her interview, she confessed: "This is a $15 flea market dress. I'm trying to be more sustainable with my fashion choices, so I'm trying to wear vintage whenever I can."

The priciest thing on Hathaway was her bag, a Mini Volume Gingham Clutch priced at $445.

She's really nailing that while high/low dynamic.

H/t: Who What Wear

Spring.St originally wrote:

Emma Watson seems to have sparked an eco-friendly trend on the red carpet.

Stars including Watson, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Jessica Alba have committed themselves to green fashion initiatives—and now, Anne Hathaway is following suit.

The actor is wearing only sustainable fashion throughout the press tour for her new film, The Colossal.

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The move was announced via Instagram last week. Penny Lovell, Hathaway's stylist, posted a picture of the actor wearing an Armani gown at the New York premiere of the film.

The caption reads that "All of her choices for this tour are sustainable and will be either vintage pieces or archival runway looks."

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Lovell continues to document Hathaway's looks throughout the tour, the majority of which are vintage ensembles from the 1970s and 1980s.

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