When reviewing my favorite looks from the Met Gala, I saw a common theme: none of my picks really reflect the technology theme. (A somewhat LOL-inducing theme considering there are no cell phones allowed.) While I 100% love the people who really went for it -- Claire Danes in that light up gown by Zac Posen; Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom with matching Tamagotchis -- I truly adored the dresses that had an element of nature instead. Let's take a look, shall we?
Bee Schaffer in an Alexander McQueen dress that I only wish I could see closer.
Sticking to my floral theme: Zoey Deutch in Dolce & Gabbana. Her makeup is so on point I can't deal.
Kate Bosworth also wore Dolce & Gabbana, and for me -- the headband makes the entire look.
When I saw Carolina Kurkova, I thought "OMG I WISH THAT WAS MY WEDDING DRESS." And it makes sense, because it's Marchesa. I can't say I love the shoes with it but I'm obsessed with the rest. Okay, mostly the skirt. The skirt is giving me life.
And saving the best for last, Blake Lively in a decided non-tech dress from Burberry. I suppose the shimmer adds a little space-age element to it. I would also have worn this for my wedding. Actually, I would wear this every day of my life, even to Intelligentsia where you have to wait in a long line for your coffee while people watch. Actually, ESPECIALLY to Intelligentsia. It's just a beautiful dress, and she looks radiant. As always.
As a side note, but still relevant to Blake Lively, have you seen that new filter on Snapchat where you can put other people's photos over your own face? Word to the wise: don't do Blake Lively. You'll hate yourself. Forever.
Anyway, did you have any favorite looks from last night?
All images courtesy of Vogue.