Julianne Hough goes strapless on Instagram in vintage dress as fans swoon: ‘You look so beautiful’
Julianne Hough absolutely stunned in a vintage Yves Saint Laurent dress and we (along with her 5 million Instagram followers) can’t get enough of this stunning look! the Dancing with the stars alum, 33, donned a flowing, strapless Haute Couture gown and revealed in her IG caption that she acquired it from Shrimpton Couture. The Broadway star graced the Robin Hood charity fundraiser in New York last week and posed in this dress for an exquisite street photo shoot (and no, we’re still not on this set!)
The jaw-dropping garment features a strapless cut, cinched top and waist, with an elegant flowing skirt. Hough’s dress was crafted with hand-stitched black silk netting and silver thread that forms a timeless diamond pattern. the Free from all ties the actress looked like she stepped out of a time machine from another era and thanked her glam crew in the caption of her post. “Spending some time in New York in this YSL Haute Couture Vintage 1981,” she wrote with a black heart emoji. The triple threat shared 6 jaw-dropping snaps from her photo shoot across two posts, and also included behind-the-scenes shots of her applying lipstick and getting ready.
Hough gave fans a full look at her glamorous outfit, which was completed with black peep toe heels and a chic black clutch with bead detailing. She matched this with pearl earrings and tied her long blonde tresses into a chic bun, drawing more attention to her amazing makeup. Hough rocked a bold red lip, shimmering silver eyeshadow, classic black eyeliner and voluminous lashes for the event, showcasing her already gorgeous features. All we can say is wow!
Fans, of course, started commenting on both posts approvingly, and she garnered thousands of likes. “Seriously you always outdo yourself with your outfits,” one fan wrote, noting how Hough’s style continually impresses. “Magnificent!!!” added another with heart-eye and fire emoticons. “It’s SPECTACULAR on you!” wrote the Shrimpton Couture account (where she picked up this iconic find), “Yves would have loved to see you wearing his couture so beautifully.” We couldn’t agree more.