As pretty as it is, and despite how beautiful it looks on her — the whole look couldn’t ride off this dress.
Even though the dress has black lace embroidery, that didn’t mean she should’ve worn these heavy black peep toe pumps by Roger Vivier. They weighed the dress down so much — her outfit would have had a world of improvement if she had just worn the matching Erdem shoes.
Michelle also must have something against jewelry. I’m going with that.
The very little she wore – a bracelet and a ring – were by Fred Leighton.
Considering she’s promoting a Marilyn Monroe film, you’d think she’d hit these events with truly head-turning looks. Obviously, I know she isn’t trying to be Marilyn (and she’s pretty low-impatience when it comes to fashion) — I just think there would be a little bit more effort put into it than making her look like she was attending a Beverly Hills spring luncheon.
On the bright-side, her make-up was fabulous! It was fresh and pretty — plus the soft light salmon glossy lip colour she was wearing is inspiring me to pick up a shade for myself.
This wasn’t a total loss as Michelle really doesn’t need much to look amazing on the red carpet, but I stand by the fact that this was pretty boring considering the event.