Vanessa Hudgens is a favorite here on Your Next Dress. She loves to wear dresses, be they mini, maxi, or anything in between!
For the IRIS by Cirque du Soleil world premiere last Sunday, Vanessa wore this very boho, very flowy, and very tiered kimono sleeve maxi dress with a down-to-the-waist v-neckline:
Vanessa Hudgens graced the premiere of “Iris: A Journey Through the World of Cinema” by Cirque Du Soleil in a plunging T-Bags butterfly dress, complemented by an edgy Alexander Wang Diego bucket bag (Credit: WENN / FayesVision)
Vanessa Hudgens was joined by her younger sister Stella at Sunday’s premiere of Iris: A Journey Through the World of Cinema by Cirque du Soleil at the Kodak Theatre.
Vanessa Hudgens and Stella Teodora Hudgens attend the premiere of ‘IRIS: A Journey Through the World of Cinema by Cirque du Soleil’ at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on September 25, 2011 (Credit: WENN / FayesVision)
It’s a very revealing cut, but the dress still gets a G rating because of its loose and meant-to-be-oversized silhouette (which somewhat drowns Vanessa Hudgens’ tiny frame!).
Vanessa Hudgens’ premiere dress is this fish scale-printed maxi dress from T-Bags:
T-Bags deep neck butterfly dress
The pictures don’t show it very clearly, but this dress has four tiers and an adjustable drawstring waistline. We found three v-neck kimono sleeve maxi dresses for dress-for-less alternatives, all under $100! :
Blu Moon goddess long dress, $94.00; Collective Concepts kimono maxi dress, $54.99; Lumiani daily print maxi dress, $89.00
Dresses like these tend to fall off my shoulders. Anybody else has the same problem?