Hunh. How about that? Turns out…
We hate this.
No, really. We’re reacting very negatively here. There’s something truly irritating about taking such a whimsical idea as a butterfly gown and rendering it with a print that looks like it was xeroxed over and over again from a biology textbook. We realize butterflies in fashion can be a dicey motif; one that comes off juvenile at best, tacky at worst. But this rigidly copied set of images, laid out in rows and lines just … doesn’t work. Not for us. We love the color story and the style and silhouette look great on her, but we actively and vehemently dislike that print. We are opposed to it, kittens.
But we’re willing to entertain rebuttals. In fact, we’ll give all y’all the final say because we’re just so frigging magnanimous. So let’s hear it, dolls:
Margot Robbie’s Bio Textbook Gown:
IN or OUT?
Versace Butterfly Print Dress from the Spring 2018 Collection [Not exact match in the gallery]
[Photo Credit: INSTARimages, Getty Images, vogue.com]