Just look at these two gorgeously pretentious people, serving cheekbones for days.
Help us, we love her.
Look, we’ve made our feelings clear about sheer dresses for literally a decade now, but we’ve always been clear that our issue with the style is not at all about prudishness. It’s about staleness and sameness. As long as a designer can come up with an interesting take and/or a stylist comes up with a chic and interesting way to set it off, we have no real issue with the style in a red carpet setting. After all, it’s a venue fit for fantasy fashion, not for practical or even demure styles. We’re not a hundred percent on the bodice, which is over-ruffled and over-frilled, but the skirt really is gorgeous. We LOVE the drama provided by the netting. We just wish the back of it looked a little more resolved. Some well placed hair jewels might have helped there.
He’s resting on pretty and not taking focus from her. That’s fine, but we’re still gonna harrumph when we see white dress shirts without an undershirt. It leaves the outfit looking unfinished. Your button placket should not be blindingly white in comparison to the rest of the shirt.
– Christian Dior Dress
– Tiffany & Co. Jewelry
Styled by Ryan Hastings | Hair by Gregory Russell | Makeup by Georgie Eisdell | Nails by Kim Truong
[Photo Credit: INSTARimages.com, PAPIXS/INSTARimages.com, dior.com]
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