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Worked Her Dress Or Looked A Mess: Carey Mulligan At The Great Gatsby Premiere

Carey Mulligan attends the premeire of The Great Gatsby on May 1, 2013 at at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Art...


Carey Mulligan attends the premeire of The Great Gatsby on May 1, 2013 at at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City

The stars came out on May first for the much anticipated premiere of Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby.  The movie's leading lady Carey Mulligan stepped onto the carpet in simple red Lanvin dress.  Did she work her dress or look a mess?  The results are in and Carey...


LOOKED A MESS!!!

Gurl, this is the Great Gatsby directed by Baz Luhrmann.  Not only does the era of Gatsby call for opulence and excess, the director also loves to show this in his movies.  This movie was suppose to come out during the holiday season and was postponed until now making it a much anticipated film.  When you are the leading lady in a movie like this with a moment and build up that only comes around once every other Lohan rehab stint, I need you GIVE ME GATSBY REALNESS AND TWERK! 

Carey could have gone to any designer and wore something opulent for this premiere but she chose to go boring.  This was a chance for a fashion moment and she messed it up by going too simple.  To me this dress is very luncheon and something you would wear to announce a new product at a press preview.  I also am not a huge fan of strapless and the length is too old for her.  The shoes look like a character shoe that went to Vegas to become a showgirl but ended up stripping on the main stage.

The only thing right about this look for this moment is the color.  It is an amazing shade of red but she should have picked a killer gown.  I am thinking something McQueen would have been perfect for this premiere.

Well that is all for this edition of "Worked Her Dress Or Looked A Mess."  Be sure to leave your opinion in the comments below. 
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