Hailee Steinfeld is a Pleasant Surprise at the BAFTA Tea Party

Posted on January 08, 2017

Verbatim early-morning editorial meeting T Lo exclamation:

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“BABY GIRL FINALLY GOT IT RIGHT!”

To be fair, this is not the freshest look on the rack. In fact, we assumed at first that it was a Prada from a couple of years ago. Not that she needs to be runway-current in her choices, but a ’60s-style baby doll dress in a pastel isn’t exactly unheard-of for young starlets. And to be even more accurate in our assessment, this isn’t even close to the best iteration we’ve ever seen of this particular look. This is pretty standard in a lot of ways.

But her red carpetry of the last year has been … egregious. So much so that she not only sported the single worst red carpet look we saw in 2016, but what may go down as the single worst red carpet look we’ve ever seen.

So you can see why we might be a little excited that she managed a basic Marcia Brady look.

Also, the hair’s bad. Don’t think we didn’t notice.

 

 

Style Credits:
Elie Saab High-Neck Embellished Mini Dress with Bishop Sleeves from the Pre-Fall 2017 Collection
Giuseppe Zanotti Sandals

[Photo Credit: Phillip Faraone/Getty Images, PacificCoastNews]

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