Style Double Shot: Blake Lively in Monse and Versace

Posted on June 23, 2016

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You’ve really got to give this gal some credit. She’s not slowing down one bit. You give her an opportunity to poledance for a project and Miss Blake will not only say yes to every engagement, but have an outfit change roughly every 90 minutes. Best of all, she usually dresses like a crazy person or like she just got out of the trailer park after having won the Power Ball.

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Blake Lively spotted leaving her hotel in NYC in Monse.

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The shape and color are great, but that is one tricky-as-hell dress. And in typical Lively fashion, she didn’t even think to tone down the shoe choice since the dress is so focus-pulling.Loving the hair. We were so tired of the ponytail.

As per the uzh, it’s all a bit much, but if you edited the hell out of everything, it could be cute.

 

Blake Lively at “The Shallows” Press Junket at the Crosby Street Hotel in New York City in Versace.

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Whereas this is just kind of ugly – and to be quite frank, silly-looking on a NYC sidewalk. The proportions are awful and the sequin placement is just plain crazy. Why would you do that?

The shoes belong with a different look entirely.

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look:
Monse Long-Sleeve Mini Dress with Lace-Up Detailing from the Resort 2017 Collection
Christian Louboutin Sandals
Second Look:
Versace Black Embroidered Midi Dress with Cutout and Mesh Detailing from the Fall 2016 Collection
Lorraine Schwartz Jewelry
Giuseppe Zanotti Strappy Sandals

[Photo Credit: Peter Cepeda/INFphoto.com, Curtis Means/ACE/INFphoto.com, Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]

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