The actress channeled her romantic side with a white silk faille, floral woodblock-printed gown with sorbet-tinged threadwork and sequin embroidery from Oscar de La Renta’s Spring 2014 collection.
The off-the-shoulder, demure dress, with its bell-shaped, high-low skirt, conveyed a sense of vintage charm and period drama, which she complemented with nude Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ pumps and a loose, half-up ‘do.
She stayed partially true to the runway styling, looping on that sizable Oscar de la Renta peony crystal necklace whilst skipping the massive statement earrings.
Is everything coming up flowers for you with this look, or are you bothered by any thorns?
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