We’re sure you’re going crazy over your favorite red carpet looks at the recent Met Gala–and we are, too! So we bring you our part one of our Met Gala celebrity red carpet style matches, all for you to channel, copy, or simply be inspired by!
Scarlett Johansson goes for gold in this embellished off-shoulder gown by Dolce & Gabbana (left). Like her look? Go for Jovani 173314. Its heavy embellishment on the torso and the chiffon skirt closely match Scarlett’s grandiose outfit.
Ashley Greene looked immaculate in her off-white Donna Karan number. What’s great about Ashley’s dress is that though it had no beadwork, the ruched details along the torso give an interesting texture. Channel the same vibe (with less frill on the train) with the 6676 Dress by Alyce Special Occasions.
Emma Stone‘s look by Lanvin was a favorite among fashion critics, and we definitely know why: its girlish charm is just so irresistible! Get that girly glamour with the 2926 Dress by none other than celeb favorite Sherri Hill. It may not have as much embellishments, but it sure has the same fun and flirty feel as Emma’s dress!
Another fashionista favorite, January Jones’ dress by Versace spells style with sophistication, thanks to its perfect silhouette. Jovani lets you achieve the same perfection with its 8872 Dress.
Dianna Agron looked like a true goddess in her Grecian-inspired Carolina Herrera dress. Be your own glam goddess with the 7784 Dress by Jovani Prom, which also has a Grecian feel to it. Want to nail the exact look? Pair it with a thin belt on the waist, just like Dianna did! (Fashion tip: try another color with the black dress–it can give a nice pop of color!)
Hilary Swank looked ravishing in her red dress by Michael Kors. Also having a very feminine and soft look, her outfit gained applause for its subtle glamour (thanks to that luscious deep red color). The 110922 Dress by Mon Cheri Montage has the same vibe. This iridescent silk chiffon dress is the perfect choice if you want to give out that sultry look on your next event.
So there goes part one! Stay tuned for our next Met Ball red carpet matches post here at the MissesDressy Blog.