There is a word that comes to mind here; a word that tends to say so little when deployed thoughtlessly but says so much when all other words fail. That word?
Or perhaps, BAM!
Or maybe just a series of words, such as “HOLY SHIT” or “GODDAMN, THIS WOMAN LOOKS FOIN.”
The point is, Miss Allison, who we just recently pegged as someone who does good, basic, get-the-job-done work on the red carpet, pulled out ALL the style stops for what she figured would be her big night.
We admit to a tiny bit of surprise that some women opted for black dresses with white, metallic or even color accents, but that’s an observation, not a judgment. The very last thing we want to do today is point fingers, Scarlet Letter-style, at any woman who dared to not dress entirely in black. The point of the dress blackout was to solidify the voices of women, not give the public one more thing to beat them over the head with. She simply looks stunning.
Mario Dice Dress from the Fall 2015 Collection
Lorraine Schwartz Jewelry
L’Afshar ‘Nova’ Clutch
Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudistsong’ Black Nappa Sandals
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, Courtesy of Mario Dice]
T Lo support #TimesUp.
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