The last time Pink wore a big poofy gown (just a couple of weeks ago, in fact), we had a problem with it, mainly because it was kind of standard and unimaginative. We maintained that she could pull the princessy style off if she chose something bolder and possibly a little edgier.
And like a smart celebrity, she listened to us:
We would probably hate this gown on 99% of the people who tried to wear it. It’s just a bit too sickly-sweet; almost a costume more than an actual dress. But that Disneyfied stuff does something when it comes in contact with Pink’s bold-girl persona; not to mention her signature hair. She was seen wearing a leather moto jacket with this look inside, and that makes perfect sense to us. But we actually like the purity of the look without it. It’s tough-girl meets Cinderella and the juxtaposition is fun and exciting.
Plus she just looks great.
Monique Lhuillier Embroidered Strapless Gown with Floral Appliques from the Fall 2016 Collection
Narcisa Pheres sapphire tassel earrings
Spallanzani tanzanite and diamond ring
Le Vian diamond rings
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, ABC/Image Group LA, vogue.com]
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