Because even low-key, SirusXM Lupita is still a Lupita worth checking in on.
Granted, it’s a little silly to call a gal sporting both D&G and Fendi in the same look “low-key,” but that’s a testament to how high-key her red carpetry tends to be. In other words, her Sirius XM look is some other ladystar’s premiere red carpet look. No shade meant to those other ladies.
Oh, who are we kidding? All shade meant. Very few are up to Lupita’s level, after all.
Anyway, this is low-key cute even if these D&G tile dresses look like Olive Garden decor to us. We’re afraid we have to strongly object to the pink pumps, though. That’s a real head-scratcher. This look didn’t need a pop of color.
Dolce&Gabbana Embroidered Dress
Paul Andrew Shoes
Styled by Cristina Ehrlich | Hair by Vernon François | Makeup by Nick Barose
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]
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