Lily Collins presented an award at the 2016 Breakthrough Prize Awards Ceremony on Nov. 9, and she looked stunning in a plunging black mini dress. What do you guys think of her sexy look?
Lily Collins, 26, stole the show at the 2016 Breakthrough Prize Ceremony in Mountain View, CA, on Nov. 9. Lily presented an award at the Science awards show, and she was dressed perfectly for the occasion, in a galaxy print dress, sticking to the theme of the night. What did you guys think of her plunging mini dress?
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Lily looked absolutely perfect in a science themed dress for the science awards. She rocked a short Zuhair Murad mini dress from the Fall 2015 Couture Collection, with a plunging neckline and a choker around the neck. The dress was completely sheer on the bodice and the poofy, ruffled skirt was made of black lace and tulle. We absolutely adore the crystal embellished meteor and star patterns plastered on the dress — it was out of this world, (pun intended!).
She let her short brown bob down in waves and opted for minimal makeup other than a slight smokey eye. She accessorized with nothing except for some rings and a pair of black platform pumps. Her sparkly frock was literally dazzling on the red carpet and she won the award for best dressed of the night in our book.
Lily posted an adorable selfie with her glam squad, with the caption: “One day, two flights, and hours of travel later, glammed and ready to go with @waverlyondoheny @mrsbymrs @mararoszak and @chelsmeistergeneral #breakthroughawards #paloaltoparty #NASAnightout…”
She then posted an even more gorgeous selfie with her mother, with the caption: “Starry night ahead #momdaughterdates…”
How adorable is she?! What do you guys think of Lily’s sexy black mini dress at the awards? Do you like it as much as we do?
— Olivia Elgart