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July 22 2014

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Yea, Nay, Or Eh? Machine Woman

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Michael Cera’s new romantic comedy, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, had its European premiere in London last night, and though most of the film’s leading ladies (from Anna Kendrick to newcomers Ellen Wong and Mary Elizabeth Winstead) made an appearance, all eyes were on Florence Welch, the fiery front woman of the rising pop act Florence and the Machine. Welch has a solid history of supporting independent designers (she often wears Hannah Marshall, and has done turns in Roksanda Illincic, too), and for the occasion she picked a Fall ’10 tattoo dress by the Australian label Willow, paired with chunky wedge booties. The combination—a bold, printed mini paired with ankle boots—is one we’ve been seeing more and more of lately, and Welch is the perfect example of why: She looks red-carpet ready but not fussy or prissy. What do you think of the look—is this one that should be turning Scott Pilgrim’s head?

Photo: Rex USA

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  1. slyon says:

    The dress totally washes her out…not the best choice.

  2. Daadebiyi says:

    I think she is so beautiful! The bare legs with ankle boots is very Alexa Chungish.

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  3. null says:

    The dress is incredible!! amazing print with her vibrant hair…go willow and flo!

  4. futurefashionzoey says:

    I think this is an amazing outfit!! It’s wild, yet stylish.

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