Julianne Hough In Topshop – 2013 Met Gala


Normally one for bright styles, Julianne Hough embraced the punk-focused theme at Monday’s Met Gala in New York city with a darker colour scheme.

Joining Jamie King and opting to wear a Topshop design, Julianne steered more retro than punk in a white, black, and grey checkered strapless tulle confection.

The ‘Safe Haven’ star snuck in a few punk accents with a high-low hemline to showcase her studded pointed toe, ankle strap pumps, and dark stud earrings.

Julianne went dark on her nails but remained minimal and luminescent in the makeup department. I wish she would have gone a bit more grunge with her beauty choices to balance the frilly dress.

Is this punk enough for the gala theme? I’m not so sure.

FYI. She wore Jacob & Co jewels.

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16 thoughts on “Julianne Hough In Topshop – 2013 Met Gala

  1. EmmaWoodhouse

    Waist down it’s good, but the bodice is off. And the hair and makeup aren’t really working quite right.

  2. justme

    I often like and defend Julianne’s style but this is pretty bad. Not a fan of the dress and those false lashes are awful.

  3. Yeliz

    The gown is ugly, but the rest of her look is flawless. I love (!!!) her hair and makeup and the clutch and shoes.

  4. Anj

    I love her mascara- it’s very spider-like and it goes well with her spider web inspired dressed. I think she looks great.

  5. Eve_V

    There is something about this dress that makes it look like a maternity design in my eyes. Not in a good way though. I sort of like her hair, but the makeup is horrible, they should have been more careful and accurate choosing the right color for her eyebrows.

  6. Gabby M

    Hmm yes… wearing cobwebs is punk… no. only thing i like about this is the hair. no to eyelashes

  7. Solveig

    I absolutely do not like this. She has a great body, but this dress does not flatter it. She looks so short! The make-up is not good either, painted eyebrows and too pale lips.


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