Who says you need to be wearing Marchesa or Marc Jacobs to look fab?
We always love to see a budget gown grace the red carpet. While we love to fawn over the higher-priced confections, it's the stuff that's actually within our reach that really gets our attention.
For example, take this floral, floor-length gown with a plunging neckline that Target executive Noria Morales wore to the CFDA Awards Monday evening. We were shocked (and delighted) to find out it only costs a mere $90—officially making it the cheapest dress on the red carpet last night.
The orchid-print gown is from Joseph Altuzarra's upcoming collection for Target. As if we weren't already pumped for this collab, seeing this dress puts our excitement into overdrive.
Sadly, we'll have to wait just a bit until we can actually get our hands on this dress. The designer's collection for Target hits stores on September 14.
In other CFDA dress news, Olivia Wilde showed off her enviable post-baby figure in a black, one-shouldered fringed gown from vintage haut consignment shop Decades in Los Angeles.
The founder of Decades, Cameron Silver, posted a pic on Instagram today of Olivia alongside Anjelica Huston wearing the exact same dress in the ‘70s. He captioned it, "From 1974 to 2014 @OliviaWilde does @decadesinc proud @cfda#cfdaawards in #MollieParnis#anjelicahuston#decadesofanjelica"
Forty years later and the dress is still just as chic as ever. Proof that trends really do circle back around.
It's pretty much impossible to decide, so we'll leave it up to you: Which look do you like better, Olivia's or Anjelica's?