The last time we featured Michelle here, we noted that she’d gotten away from the twee styles that defined her red carpet approach for years, but this look definitely feels like a return to form for her.
We remind you that, back in the day, when giving celebrities bitchy nicknames was all the rage in blogging, we dubbed her “Princess Twee-As-Fuck.” This feels like she’s graduated to more grownup styles, so we guess that makes her Queen Twee-As-Fuck now. Congratulations to Her Majesty. Do we love this? Not every little bit of it, no. There’s just too much smocking and too many ruffles for us to full love it, but the style and color look great on her. The print on the skirt is pretty. We still don’t love the hairstyle. As you can see, we’re not getting to a definitive take on this look, so that means you’ll have to do it. You’ve got the discussion points; the pros and cons as we see them. You tell us:
Michelle Williams Boho Christmas Frock:
IN or OUT?
– Christian Dior Embroidered Dress from the Fall 2022 Couture Collection
– Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Victoria® Vine Climber Earrings in Yellow Gold with Diamonds, Tiffany Victoria® Vine Bypass Ring in Yellow Gold with Diamonds, Tiffany Victoria® Vine Band Ring in Yellow Gold with Diamonds
Styled by Kate Young | Hair by Chris McMillan | Makeup by Angela Levin
[Photo Credit: Blaine Ohigashi/©A.M.P.A.S., Courtesy of Tiffany & Co., dior.com]
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