Elizabeth Banks Unseasonably Springy in Floral Chanel Embellished Sandals

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We are only days away from Christmas, so it’s pretty much a given that the fashion world is on full winter mode. However, actress Elizabeth Banks either missed the memo or ditched her calendar since she arrived to a winter event in a spring/summer look.

Elizabeth arrived at the 2016 March of Dimes “Celebration of Babies” event in a head-to-toe floral look that didn’t quite fit with the season.

elizabeth-banks-march-of-dimes-chanel-1Elizabeth Banks at the 2016 March of Dimes “Celebration of Babies” held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on December 9, 2016

Elizabeth channeled a bright look that made us miss the warm sun. The actress stepped out in the Gucci “Tian” floral print v-neck silk dress which flowed at the skirt and sleeves. The dress dipped at the neckline to show off a bit of skin.

The actress finished her look with a pair of flower-jeweled Chanel sandals.

elizabeth-banks-march-of-dimes-chanel-2Elizabeth channeled spring/summer in a pair of Chanel floral-embellished sandals

Even though she dressed for the wrong season, the 42-year-old looks pretty good. Her skin tone seemed to make the dress disappear, but there was something about the almost-monotone blush ensemble that we like.

Elizabeth’s sandals may come off as tacky — despite the Chanel tag — but the actress seemed to pull them off somehow.

elizabeth-banks-march-of-dimes-chanel-3The actress made us miss warm sunshine in the Gucci “Tian” silk dress.

Shop similar sandals from Oscar de la Renta at Saks Fifth Avenue.



oscar-de-la-renta-flower-sandal-3Oscar de la Renta Flower Embellished Sandal, $650 at Saks Fifth Avenue

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