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Blake Lively Paired a Long Denim Jacket with a Plunging Versace Gown

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Blake Lively is a master at dressing up in monochromatic, luxe looks. Remember her purple pantsuit with baby-blue skirt? But with her latest red-carpet outfit choice—a longline denim jacket topping off a couture gown—the former Gossip Girl star also mastered high-low dressing, reminding us all that are no real style rules, even if you’re an A-lister attending a movie launch. 

Ryan Reynolds and Lively made a rare public appearance together at the premiere in New York City of their upcoming movie. The Adam ProjectThe movie, slated for release on Netflix March 11, is called “The Assassins.” The actress casually wore a longline jean jacket with a Versace dress with dramatic thigh-high sleeves over it. (Like Reynolds behind her, we can’t get over this outfit.)

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Her low-cut, sparkling dress is spring pastels at its best. Billowing fabric flies to her heels. A pink tweed bag and crystal-embellished sandals complete the overall cotton-candy color pallet. Statement earrings add texture to the look.

The show was won by her oversized denim jacket. Tying in the soft blues of her dress and shoes, Lively’s outerwear of choice signaled that she doesn’t take herself too seriously. This utilitarian piece marks a departure for her previous red-carpet fashion, where she emphasized precision tailoring and tonal dress. The actress seems to have taken as much inspiration from her off duty style as her more glamorous looks.

Even if you can’t run out and buy a matching Versace gown, you can still take a beat from Blake Lively’s look—starting with a long denim jacket to casually drape over a flowy spring dress, or a white button-down and menswear-inspired trousers, or even a sweatsuit. Add any one of these options to your cart, and you’ll be able to wear it again next season.

Source: Glamour

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