Kate Bosworth, Victoria Justice, and Kate Mara at Kate Spade New York‘s “Bloom Bloom” Event

Posted on March 21, 2018

Forget that other mess, this is the REAL “Heathers” update:

Goodness, that is entirely too much ladygarden for us — which is a thing we’ve said a time or two before in our lives.






Can’t say it’s not hitting that Kate Spade branding hard, though. They may look a little overwhelming together (and against that Brady girl bedroom wallpaper), but each of the dresses are quite pretty on their own.


Kate Number One is benefitting from the kind of soft romance this style and brand can give her. She tends toward cheek-sucking Serious Lewks which tend to give her a rather severe public image over time. We wish the hair had a little more zhuzh to it, but it’s nice to see it in a soft color, worn loose. We’re not convinced on the tights and booties, however.


Kate Number Two also benefits from this kind of sweet softness in her style. She’s not as severe as her sister Rooney when it comes to her style choices, but she does have a tendency toward seriousness in her style choices, if not outright dressing like her husband. We don’t think she has to dress like this all the time, but it’s a style she should keep in her rotation. She looks really cute.


Miss Victoria goes a darker route. We wish we could compare it to past looks of hers, but to be perfectly, bluntly, bitchily honest, we never really made note of her style over the years. This seems about right for her. The booties are working better with the darker print, but we’re honestly not sure what to make of the sheer tights.  Y/N? You tell us, ladies.


Style Credits:
Kate Bosworth: Kate Spade New York Flora Tulip Sleeve Dress \ Kate Spade New York Bag
Victoria Justice: Kate Spade New York Blossom Cold Shoulder Dress
Kate Mara: Kate Spade New York Botanical Chiffon Mini Dress | Kate Spade New York Bag

[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Kate Spade New York]

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