Dakota Johnson in Balenciaga at the “Black Mass” Boston Special Screening

Posted on September 18, 2015

Dakota Johnson attends the “Black Mass'” special screening at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

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Once again, we have to give this girl credit. She may be boring and might have the charisma of a pile of laundry, but damn if she doesn’t poledance the hell out of her projects. We think she’s been selling this movie harder than its star. But then again, its star is a mess on the red carpet, so perhaps that’s all for the best.

This is, as expect, a little dull, but we wound up liking it more and more the longer we looked. We like the shape of the skirt and the gauzey whites playing with the slightly creamier whites of the satin. There’s a foundation garment feel to the look without it being too literal. It’s a bit overdesigned, but the lack of any color helps to keep things looking simpler than they are. The hair, face, and jewelry are all on point, which is not something one usually gets to say about her. She picks interesting things to wear but she tends to leave her head-styling undone. This is just right. The naked shoe strikes us a pretty uninspired choice, though.

Style Credits:
Balenciaga Strapless Mixed-Lace Dress with a Cotton Jacquard Bodice and Satin Hem from the Resort 2016 Collection
Bally Strappy Sandals
Van Cleef & Arpels Jewelry

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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