We bet Aubrey put her perfectly lovely frock on and thought “There. I’ve done the work to make sure I stand out in pictures. I’m good to go.”
Little did she know, kittens. Her co-star turned out to be way more of an attention whore.
Still, this is kind of cute. Large-scale rose prints feel very done at this point, but the color scheme is just unusual enough to keep this one eye-catching. The neutral pumps are an unfortunate choice. A black sandal would’ve been perfect here. It’s all moot, however, because Captain Attention-Seeking is on the bridge:
Dan Stevens in Berluti
We’re being bitches, of course. If we can shout huzzahs every time a Chadwick or Timothee steps out in off-the-beaten-track men’s suiting, then we owe it to Dan to give him the same consideration. Good for him. He knows he’s not an accountant and he doesn’t have to dress like one for this sort of thing. And if you know anything about the show or the comic character it’s based on, then his boldly bright and wildly cray style here makes perfect sense. He plays a reality bending mutant in a trippy-ass TV show. It makes good damn sense to show up in something wild. Our problem here is that this look isn’t wild in the stylish sense (it’s too haphazard for that) and it doesn’t remotely suit him. It feels tryhard, in other words. By all means, he should be free to wear bold suiting, zhuzh up his hair and paint his nails. We support it all in theory. We just don’t like the suit, the shirt, the shoes or the nail color.
Aubrey Plaza: Prada Floral Print Dress | Carbon & Hide Jewelry | Jimmy Choo Pumps
Styled by Jessica Paster | Hair by Clayton Hawkins | Makeup by Mai Quynh
Dan Stevens: Berluti Ensemble from the Fall 2019 Collection
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, berluti.com]
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