Miss Chloe just doesn’t give us the wild, untamed quirkiness that causes us to write descriptions of her various alternate personalities in order to explain each goofy-ass red carpet look she unveils.
Sure, there’s a little bit of quirky to be found here:
But it’s tame and conventional. We don’t actually love the dress, but there was a time when each of her ensembles were so distinctly her that we couldn’t imagine any other star wearing them. This looks like something we’ve seen plenty of times before. Sheer dresses are far from quirky or even interesting anymore. The only thing this one’s got going for it is the ruffled, asymetrical hem, which we don’t exactly love. The bag’s cute.
We don’t know, darlings. We support anyone who wants to evolve their look over time, but it almost feels like she’s not really trying anymore. Are we being too harsh? Setting our expectations too high? We’d put this up to an “IN or OUT” vote, but the results would be tainted because we’re pretty sure some of you would rather cut off your arm than rate a panty-baring dress “IN.”
Bring back the quirky, Chloe.
Jill Stuart ‘Isabelli’ Printed Organza Long Sleeve Button Down Shirt, ‘Wilma’ Printed Organza Skirt and Bodysuit from the Spring 2018 Collection
Gucci Lion Head Pearl-Embellished Bag with Chain Strap
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