For the Bvlgari x La Scala Gala on Thursday (June 3), the Spanish actress kept things simple wearing a classic Tom Ford white fitted dress with a hint of sex appeal imbued in the side slit.
What I found interesting is that she wore a dress which was the perfect canvas for elaborate jewels from the host, but selected a Bvlgari choker which was no doubt dazzling in person, but it doesn’t make any impact with this look.
For lunch on Friday (June 4) she kept the white theme going by wearing a pretty lace jacket, skirt and black sheer monogrammed bralette from the Giambattista Valli Spring 2021 collection.
You’ll either love the fresh, breezy feel of this look, or not be on board with the styling.
The pieces are cute, but I’m not really enamoured by the presentation.
For this final look, the Bvlgari jewels were shining brightly.
Despite the neon hue, this Valentino dress fell flat for me.
I don’t really mind sheer dresses at all, but this one really doesn’t have much going for it.
It just feels like she draped some fabric around her. I don’t see the design element within this at all.
I have to say I was shocked to discover this was not only Valentino, but custom.
While the Valentino ruby shoes compliments the Bvlgari choker, they don’t work with the dress.
All is all, an underwhelming trio of looks considering the high calibre of looks on display at this event.
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