Amal Clooney Just Wore The Prettiest Hue For Spring
When you think of Amal Clooney's style, '80s glam probably isn't the first thing that comes to mind. The dress she debuted during Tues.'s Catch-22 premiere, however, is like something straight out of the Pretty in Pink prom scene. This asymmetric green mini dress just gave Amal Clooney one of her best looks yet.
Everyone was wondering where this power couple could be while history unfolded on the pink carpet of Mon.'s Met Gala. The Clooneys have become a mainstay at the annual fashion extravaganza (Amal even co-chaired the event in 2018), but they were nowhere to be seen this year.
Truth be told, the first Mon. in May was George's birthday and they spent the evening at home in Los Angeles, gearing up for the Hollywood premiere of Clooney's new Hulu miniseries. After making a pitstop at Jimmy Kimmel Live! — where Clooney told the talk show host that his wife's success in freeing a Reuters journalist from prison in Myanmar was his birthday gift (*swoon*) — the actor and human rights lawyer walked arm-in-arm onto the red carpet for Tues.'s premiere of Catch-22.
Perhaps the British-Lebanese barrister felt the need to wear something particularly high-fashion after missing the Met Gala, and if so, that emerald-green Oscar de la Renta mini was the perfect choice.
Made of lustrous silk taffeta, the dress features a one-shoulder silhouette, gathered side ruching, and a drapey asymmetric hem. Stealing from the exaggerated bows, glossy fabrics, and off-the-shoulder designs that made up '80s maximalism, Clooney's mini made retro look shockingly chic.
She even accessorized it with a pair of statement earrings: colossal pink rubies by Lorraine Schwartz. After the bold color combinations and big design elements, Clooney decided to stick with a simple shoe (well, sort of). She opted for a see-through pump with a black toe by Gianvito Rossi.
If you're all green with envy (get it?) over Clooney's red-carpet look, then find her exact dress and other pieces within the same color scheme, ahead.