We tend to be of the opinion that the best versions of the lady tux are those that try to interpret the classic look instead of taking a literal approach to it. Do a little something to jazz it up or make it your own, we say.
And then there are those times when we’re so wrong we should hide our faces in shame:
It’s 100 percent literal, with a fairly basic footwear choice – and she’s SLAYING it. It helps that the fit is so perfect (although the sleeves are slightly too short). It also helps that her hair and makeup team really leaned into her old-fashioned looks, serving up the best head styling of 1938, which is perfect both for her and for the look as a whole.
We always say that good style is about the right look on the right person at the right event. Nailed it on all three fronts.
Sara Battaglia Black and White Ensemble from the Pre-Fall 2018 Collection
Tiffany & Co. Jewelry
Christian Louboutin Pumps
Styled by Samantha McMillen | Makeup by Lisa Eldridge | Hair by James Brown
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, Courtesy of Sara Battaglia]
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