Who Wore It Better?
Burberry Prorsum SS14 Lace Dress
There was no doubt that Burberry Prorsum's Spring/Summer 2014 collection would be an exceedingly popular one. This is just one more beautiful dress from the saccharine pastel soaked range, which has been worn out three times in two months across continents. The dress is sheerly defined by lavender lace, a draped bustier, pencil skirt and one-shouldered flower appliquéd strap. It's hard to go wrong with a look this pretty, so it all comes down to the styling.
1. Socialite Poppy Delevingne wore the dainty lilac cotton see-through lace dress with twist-draped bustier to an event in LA, giving it a glittery touch with a gold Jimmy Choo clutch and round-toed pumps. Sunkissed makeup and unkempt hair styled Poppy's look.
2. We recently saw British actress Gemma Chan lend her splendor to this pastel Burberry Prorsum dress, hers worn with a skin-tone underlay instead of the conspicuous lilac shorts. She accessorized with a lilac leather Burberry 'The Petal' flower decked clutch and white pointy-toe Gianvito Rossi pumps. Bright red lipstick and loose locks styled Gemma's outfit.
3. Spanish beauty Dafne Fernandez was also enamored by Burberry's lavender lace SS14 pencil dress, adding a must-have $1495 'The Petal' Burberry flower-studded clutch and metallic glittered heels. Dafne wore kohl lined eyes and her hair to the side.
4. On the Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2014 runway, Brit model Matilda Lowther strutted out in the transparent cotton lace midi dress with a pink 'The Petal' clutch and pair of $650 white translucent vinyl sandals, all from the iconic label.
The lavender lace dress with plastic pink flower strap is available online from Burberry.com - If you have $2 495 to spare. Unlike the above looks, this one is fully lined in silk. Because only models and celebrities can get away with showing off their undergarments in public.
As for 'Who Wore It Better', the dress is faultless on each of these four ladies, but my vote is going to Gemma Chan, her posture and poise elevates the entire look, and I prefer the dress lined.
Who Do You Think Wore It Better?