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Elizabeth Banks’ ‘SNL’ Dress: Stuns In Dramatic Ball Gown

Mon, November 16, 2015 10:17am EDT by Katrina Mitzeliotis Add first Comment
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Elizabeth Banks channeled her ‘Hunger Games’ character when she stepped out on stage at ‘SNL’ in a dramatic, printed ball gown — didn’t she look stunning?

While promoting the final installment of The Hunger Games series Elizabeth Banks, 41, seems to be channeling her character, Effie Trinket, in more ways than ever before, all while showing off a slew of breathtaking looks on the red carpet and for her appearances — and that proved to be the case when she hosted SNL on Nov. 14 in NYC, clad in a voluminous ball gown. It was simply breathtaking!

The star looked stunning in a strapless chantilly lace embroidered ribbon bell ball gown from the Romona Keveza Fall/Winter 2015 collection — the drama was all in the full skirt, which looked stunning on Elizabeth’s frame as she delivered her opening monologue on the show. While there’s definitely a lot of dress behind this look, she pulled off the ensemble perfectly — after all, she definitely has had practice! From embellished dresses to intricate designs and outrageous hair and makeup, Effie’s style in The Hunger Games is always show-stopping — and Elizabeth totally pulls off her Effie-inspired looks when she rocks them on stage and on the red carpet, just like she did on SNL.

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What did you think of Elizabeth’s outfit? Did you love her dramatic ball gown as much as we did? Check it out above and let us know — and be sure to check back for more amazing fashion from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 promotional tours and premieres.

Katrina Mitzeliotis