It definitely seems like a turning point for SDCC. No more hiding in Ernie costumes like Justin Timberlake. Now, it’s all about being seen and getting to wear something a little more fun rather than the usual red carpet glam.
I already covered the first hits of the San Diego Comic-Con celeb fashion, so let’s see what they pulled out next.
So mod-tastic…and look at her teeny waist!
The unexpectedly playful Inspector Gadget. A little nerdy, a little depth, and some fun – not the over-sexualized stereotypical vixen. Love this. But here’s the thing. When you look at the dress (Monse) from the Comic-Con perspective, you see it from one light. When you look at their brand, and see all of their other covetous, stunning creations…well…I think I’m in love…again.
Listen, you don’t have to convince me when it’s custom Elie Saab with French-inspired black and white stripes meeting down to florals on a comfy looking romper. I’ll take it. Where’s mine?
The Look ~ Shoes (similar by same designer)
Total fan of the sporty mesh meets flirty silhouette on military drab muted color. And those pumps are doing her great legs some service!
Wearing DVF, Brie is probably the most comfortable while simultaneously fashionable celeb at Comic-Con. AND she’s wearing one of my all-time favorite designers in shoes.