We’re seeing stripes! Lily James’ ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ premiere dress made a major statement as she flaunted her midriff in the stylish outfit — did you love her printed look or was it way too loud for your taste? Check it out here and let us know!
Lily James, 26, opted for a look that screamed Beetlejuice as she stepped out for the premiere of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies in London on Feb. 1 at Leicester Square, where she made a statement in a striped Erdem ensemble. The actress opted for a flowing, formal look that featured a slit at the midriff, allowing her to show some skin. The black-and-grey-striped outfit had a Victorian vibe that really supported the theme of the movie — and we love the pay she paid homage to the film in her dramatic premiere dress. From the print to the flowing train, the outfit made quite the statement — and we loved it! Did you?
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While the stripes were a bold look, they looked fashionable and fierce on Lily — and she totally rocked it! Do you agree? What did you think of Lily’s striped outfit? Check it out above and let us know if you were a fan of her get-up — and if you did love her outfit, you’re in luck! Join Amazon Prime For Free – Watch Thousands of Shows & Movies Anytime
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