Kirsten Dunst is a Style Amuse-Bouche at the Palm Springs Film Festival

Posted on January 03, 2017

Okay, yes. That title does sound vaguely dirty somehow. We apologize to Miss Kirsten. Allow us to explain.

First, take a scroll:

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We’ve kicked off the New Year in high T Lo style. By being critical bitches. Our first two posts of the year had a range of complaints attached to them. And as we looked over the next few posts in the pipeline, and it dawned on us that our claws were sharper than usual this day (Blame it on the time off over the holiday. What else can a bored cat do but sharpen its claws, darlings?) it occurred to us both that we needed something simple and pretty to break up all the complaining.

We try ever so to take you all on an emotional journey every day, kittens.

Anyway, our point is this: The dress? Pretty! Great color, great shape, lovely details. We especially love the sleeves. The bust could use just a skosh more of a better fit to it and the head styling is completely wrong for it (Sorry, Kiki, but you needed an up do and a heavy eye for this one), but we can’t argue with the quiet glamour of the design. Well done.

Okay, now we can go back to being bitches for the next one.

 

Style Credits:
Custom Ralph & Russo Beaded Button-Front Gown
Chopard Jewelry

[Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Emma McIntyre/Getty Images]

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