In which the pained, regretful demeanor of the dress’s wearer makes perfect sense.
Yeah, girl. You really did that.
There’s a lot about this we don’t get – aside from why she’d choose to wear it, that is. The skirt is fine. Perhaps not the best choice for a red carpet because toile-inspired prints don’t necessarily photograph that well in a candid setting, but it’s pretty enough. It’s the “sexy Victorian funeral wear” top that makes no damn sense to us. Not only is it ugly, but it has nothing to do with the bottom half. And you’d think someone playing Queen Victoria wouldn’t want to opt for a weird pastiche of Victorian styles for her non-promotional red carpetry.
– Christian Dior Dress Featuring a Lace Top and Printed Skirt from the Resort 2019 Collection
– Berganza Ring
– Rupert Sanderson Sandals
Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray | Hair by Peter Lux | Makeup by Kay Montano
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]
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