Rosario Dawson in Roksanda at the “Marvel’s Daredevil” LA Premiere

Posted on April 03, 2015

Miss Lady has a history of either taking it too far or not taking it far enough. See if you can decide which is the case here before we inform you of the correct answer, as decided by we.

Rosario-Dawson-Marvel-Daredevil-TV-Series-Premiere-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Roksanda-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Rosario Dawson attends the premiere of Netflix’s “Marvel’s Daredevil” at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California in a Roksanda draped-panel crepe dress paired with an Edie Parker clutch.

Rosario-Dawson-Marvel-Daredevil-TV-Series-Premiere-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Roksanda-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (2)Roksanda Spring 2015 Collection

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No. You’re wrong. The answer is “too far.”

This looks like it was styled by a six-year-old girl. Which isn’t a dig against six-year-old girls, who are often quite charming and lovely and adept at many things. But “chic” and “good at pairing accessories” are not words or phrases that readily spring to mind when describing the average one.

The dress alone is too much – although we tend to think she could really make it work with some appropriately neutral accessories. The shoes and bag look silly and juvenile when paired with it. The former could probably work with a different ensemble but the longer we look at the latter, the more we think it’s just straight-up awful. Like something a gay grade-schooler carries his pencils in. There should be puffy stickers all over it to complete the effect.
[Photo Credit: Getty Images, IMAXTree]

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