And now, an impressive display of appropriate red carpet coordinating. The Handmaid’s Tale is one of those projects that, because of its nature and story matter, tend to prevent the principles from going too frivolous or glamorous while promoting it. And because of the rather iconic imagery of the show, red dresses are pretty much off the table.
What’s great about these looks is that they’re all stylish, appropriately professional, and distinct enough to represent each woman.
We kinda wish the skirt didn’t look so stiff, but that’s a great print and the little tux jacket was a fabulous touch. We’re not feeling the sandals, but overall it’s a polished, professional, put-together look.
If Peggy Olsen wore black dresses on the regular, they’d have looked like this. It’s really cute and it plays to all her strengths. She’s got a somewhat wry quality to her that allows her to work fussy details like bows and collars and puffy sleeves.
Yeah, we’re gonna have to pass on this one. Sorry, Samira. We like the idea of you in a floral pantsuit, but this floaty, poolside-looking thing is not very chic.
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