London Film Festival: Kaitlyn Dever In Andrew Gn

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Who: Kaitlyn Dever

Where: At the European Premiere of Paramount Pictures ‘Men, Women & Children’ at Odeon Covent Garden, London during the London Film Festival

Wearing: A floral Andrew Gn gown from the Resort 2015 collection

Verdict: First up, who is Kaitlyn Dever? I have to be honest I have never heard of this young starlet, but wearing this vibrant floral gown is going to capture a lot of people’s attention, including mine!!! So of course I had to iMDb the actress, finding that she is only 17, she has starred in number of TV shows and a few films, but this movie ‘Men, Women & Children’ starring Jennifer Garner and Adam Sandler is probably her biggest flick to date.

But back to that gorgeous dress. The Andrew Gn Resort 2015 was one of my favourite pre-spring/summer collections, there are so many great pieces that I could see hitting the red carpet as the ballgowns are just exquisite and this sunshine yellow print with added floral appliqués is one of the stand-out items for me.

What surprises me most about this look has to be her age, she is only 17 and doesn’t seem daunted by the full-on print, or the size of the dress for her tiny frame, it is her confidence that really pulls off this dress and makes it a stand-out moment for her on the red carpet. I absolutely love the contrast of the vibrant floral print against the gloomy London weather.

I am loving this dress, and I am loving that the red carpet has a new star to keep an eye on, I will definitely be looking out for more from Kaitlyn Dever.

What are your thoughts on this gorgeous Andrew Gn gown – do you think it is too overwhelming on her or are you a fan like me?

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2 Comments

  1. CariHislop
    October 14, 2014 / 3:00 am

    It is a lovely dress, but I think with her colouring the young actress is overwhelmed by it. The eye focuses on the gown and she disappears (her skin is the same fleshy-pink as the dress). I think it would look better on someone with darker skin, someone who could wear the dress rather than being a body in The Dress.