It’s been a while since a dress got us to literally blurt out what would be our catchphrase if we were the annoying gay neighbors in a sitcom, but this truly is the strongest example of GTNYD we’ve seen in ages.
Oh honey, no. We can absolutely understand if a woman wants to drop the super-fierce Cookie Lyon drag and get a little Keira Knightley action on for once. We absolutely think some sort of super-frilly, uber-romantic style could look pretty amazing on her. But this is simply wrong for her. The ruffly skirt , high neckline and high waist give it a vaguely juvenile tone that simply doesn’t look right on her. If this textile had been rendered in a full gown with a less restrictive neckline we think she could look amazing in it, but this shape and style needs to be boxed up and sent off to a Fanning sister. It’s just not your dress, lady.
Giambattista Valli Floral Embroidered Tiered Mini Dress with Train Detailing from the Fall 2018 Couture Collection
Roberto Coin Jewelry
Styled by Jason Bolden| Makeup by Ashunta Sheriff | Hair by Tym Wallace
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, elle.com]
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