Reese Witherspoon rocked a red dress this pass Friday at a premiere and she is rocking another one on the October 2014 cover of Vogue magazine. On the cover shot by Mikael Jansson, she is wearing a red eyelet dress which was topped off with a gold necklace and side parted wavy locks.
In the issue, she talks about doing comedies, people underestimating her, challenges of finding roles and more. Continue below to see her fashion spread and to read some excerpts from her interview. For more info on Reese's feature, go to Vogue.com and pick up a copy when the issue hits newsstand on October 1st. You can also check out the '73 Questions with Vogue' video here.
On doing comedies:
“I discovered from years of developing comedies with the studios, you end up chasing copious amounts of notes about the same joke. It’s only funny and fresh, what—two, three times? It’s much better if you can fast-track it and just say, ‘Sofía and I want to do it, and this is when we’re available. . . .’ ”
On people underestimating her:
“When people underestimate me, it’s actually a comfortable place for me. Oh, that’s what you think I am; well, no, I’m not. I’m a complex human being. I have many different shades.”
On the challenges she faces finding roles:
“It’s not that the roles dried up. They just weren’t as dynamic or as interesting as anything I felt I could do. Southern and sweet and huge. I was like, All right, back to the drawing board.”
On her younger son Tennessee looking like husband Jim Troth:
“He’s like a blond version of my husband. He’s so pretty. The older he gets, the more and more he looks like him. So cute.”
OSCAR DE LA RENTA dress, TOD'S handbag, BURBERRY sunglasses
DOLCE & GABBANA