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Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

Do you like this dress?  She sure has the figure for it.

 

 

Dakota stepped out at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York at the premiere of Cha Cha Real Smooth.

 

 

Photo credit: Getty Images

 

 

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Photo credit: Getty Images

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

The back is pretty.

She is so cute but the "dress" looks like a jacket that someone forgot their pants. It doesn't look like a dress to me.

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

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Dakota is missing the hat.

 

(ETA - This is Judy Garland)

 

 

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

@San Antonio Gal,

Yes, that is what she's missing!😁 👏

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...


@on the bay wrote:

The back is pretty.

She is so cute but the "dress" looks like a jacket that someone forgot their pants. It doesn't look like a dress to me.


@on the bay 

Agree!  It looks like a jacket missing the pants, or maybe a skirt.

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

@San Antonio Gal  No, I don't like it. I'm NOT a prude! I just think that matching long white pants or even matching white shorts would look so much more chic. It must be hard to get in or out of an Uber. LOL

 

Thanks for the post.Smiley Happy

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...


@Queen of shop wrote:

@San Antonio Gal  No, I don't like it. I'm NOT a prude! I just think that matching long white pants or even matching white shorts would look so much more chic. It must be hard to get in or out of an Uber. LOL

 

Thanks for the post.Smiley Happy


 

@Queen of shop 

 

Sorry, but I'm not following here.  Who accused you of being a prude?

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

She looks ah-mazing!  Wish I had her legs -- OMG!  I think it's very cute and the back is very unexpected and the shoes are wonderful with it.  I say --- go for it, girl!!!!  

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

@San Antonio Gal 

 

Was that Judy Garland in that little video?  If so, I love that!  She looked so good!! 

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Re: Dakota's "spine and rib cage" dress...

I think she looks fantastic in this beautifully tailored dress and i love the shoes with it. Hair is on point for the style.

Love it all.