Blake Lively attended the 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards held at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on Monday in New York City. She wore a mossy green sleeveless mini dress covered in pink confetti-like flower appliqué with a scalloped hem by Michael Kors from the Resort 2015 collection.
She ran with the ’60s mod feel of the dress by adding a thick blush satin headband, pink suede Casadei platform pumps, plus large diamond hoop earrings and diamond encrusted natural wood bangles by Lorraine Schwartz.
Considering it was a fashion fête, you can’t blame her for trying, but she went too far with the accessories. I wish Blake ditched the OTT jewels and opted for a complementary single sole sandal.
Shoes She Should Have Worn: (based on Blake loosing the jewels)
Sophia Webster mixed media Alicia t-strap sandals
These playful shoes are my spiciest choice featuring mirrored rose gold leather with fluorescent embroidery and yellow leather-trimmed insole.
Aperlaï Simple D ankle-strap sandals in pale pink leather
This is my favorite selection and the most complementary sandal embellished with a Swarovski crystal-studded toe strap plus caviar-beaded heel.
Aperlaï Liberty Rivets sandals in pink leather & transparent PVC
Aperlaï has a truly fabulous spring collection filled with red carpet ready shoes including these cutout sandals adorned with micro studded panels of clear PVC.
Christian Louboutin Aqueduchesse sandals in glitter-coated leather
We know Blake has M.Louboutin on speed dial and could get her hands on these brand new sexy lace-up sandals.
Rupert Sanderson Corona strappy sandals
They’re from the Spring 2014 Antonio Berardi collaboration in a beautiful mirrored apricot leather with a ribbon candy inspired toe strap – total statement makers!
Giannico Cosmopolitan t-strap sandals
Once again, Giannico is the wild card. Assuming her clunky jewels are out of the picture, the smooth pale pink leather combined with the yellow spiral adds a bit of finesse and fun.
Which pair do you like for Blake? Check out more Shoes She Should Have Worn posts.