On the one hand, we want to credit her for dressing to match the label and taking a risk by assuming the good folks at Veuve Clicquot would provide her with the perfect matching backdrop. Well played, Miss Freida. It worked out for you. On the other hand…
That is one seriously overwrought dress. We figure you could eliminate a half-dozen design elements and still not have the design come off generic. There’s a LOT going on with this dress is what we’re trying to say here. Not only do the sleeves have four distinct design elements, all of which would work fine on their own, but it also has straps, evidently because the sleeves are so busy being interesting they don’t have the time or energy to hold the dress up. Also: the color is hideous and the bust looks like a toaster cozy. Perhaps in a vain attempt to distract from other questionable decisions, Miss Freida opted to wear a pair of shoes that in no way, shape or form coordinate with the dress, except that one could also remove a half-dozen design elements from it and still have a decent shoe.
Girl, this is a LOT.
Cinq à Sept Long-sleeve Dress with Ruffle Detailing from the Pre-Fall 2018 Collection
Dolce&Gabbana Floral Pattern Crystal-embellished Shoe
Styled by Tanya Ghavri
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, Courtesy of Cinq à Sept, gethuda.co]
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