Once again, Princess Elle has stepped off her throne to wish all of us peasants the happiest of mornings in the manner she knows best: by serving sickening fairy princess realness.
As we’ve often said with her, some times good style is simply a matter of leaning into what nature gave you. The fairy princess drag has a short shelf life, but she might as well indulge it for as long as she can make it work. When you’re name’s Elle and you look like a Disney animator drew you some time around 1950, you’d be silly not to maximize that. The fact that she’s literally a Disney princess helps tremendously, of course. We might think it odd if someone like… we don’t know, Miley Cyrus, let’s say – stepped out in a look like this. It’s extremely Elle-specific.
HAVING SAID THAT…
There’s too much volume, top and bottom. Keep the big skirt but scale back on the massive sleeves. We’re well aware we sound like a broken record on this point but the wide plunging neckline was not needed.
– Valentino Floral Print Gown from the Spring 2019 Couture Collection
– Chopard Jewelry
– Sophia Webster Shoes
Styled by Samantha McMillen | Hair by Jenda Alcorn | Makeup by Erin Ayanian Monroe
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]