Hailee Steinfeld Wears a Whole Lotta Dress at “The Edge of Seventeen” LA Premiere

Posted on November 10, 2016

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Hailee, we’re afraid we can’t see or hear you over that dress you’re wearing. Or rather, the dress that is using you as a tool to show itself off. Once again, the T Lo “Say it Out Loud” rule applies here. When you read the description of “Hand-Painted Silk Organza Gown with Cutouts and Embroidery,” you should hope for it to end after “gown,” should be shrieking for it to end after “cutouts” and should be running away in terror by the time you get to “embroidery.” There are too many elements in that description, dear.  Only one absolutely needs to go: those horrifying cutouts. Picture the dress without them and it becomes a lot more agreeable. They take a fairly pretty gown and turn it into something skirting right up to the lane of pure ugly.

Here is a thing for you to hash out in the comments section: The winged eye. Can Hailee Steinfeld handle it or should she leave it to others? Important issue of the day.

 

Style Credits:
Ralph & Russo Hailee Hand-Painted Silk Organza Gown with Cutouts and Embroidery from the Fall 2016 Collection
Hearts on Fire Diamond Ring

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