As Seen On: Hillary Swank

April 13, 2007 by SheFindsTara
shefinds | Style


What: An Oscar de La Renta Spring 2007 Look-Alike

Why: Did you catch how stunning Hilary Swank looked on the cover of InStyle’s Febraury issue? She’s wearing a bubble hem red dress by Oscar de la Renta, which probably costs far more than any normal person could afford. Nonetheless, the color goes perfectly with olive skin and the deep plunging sweetheart neckline is so sweet and sexy. If you have any gala events or weddings to hit this summer, consider getting the look for less. This Red Silk Taffeta Cocktail Dress by eDressMe New York has the same big, billowy bubble hem, cinched waist and even the bow on the bust. While it might not be a perfect replica, it’s a pretty great spin-off, especially when you consider the affordable price.

Price: $275

Find It: eDressMe

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