Lana Del Rey's Floral-Print Dress Is The Definition Of Summertime Gladness
Lana Del Rey has kept a relatively low profile in 2019. The singer has been busy recording her seventh studio album, Norman Fucking Rockwell!, but Los Angeles' resident sad girl made a rare appearance on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tues. Smiling from ear-to-ear, the singer presented Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro his star at the iconic entertainment monument. In typical Lana fashion, the songstress opted for a retro-inspired vibe, and Lana Del Rey's floral-print dress offered a dash of exuberance at the celebratory affair.
Donning a Zimmerman printed mini dress featuring balloon sleeves and dainty cutouts throughout, the 34-year-old was a picture of grace as she honored her creative partner, with whom she collaborated on a track for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. With her signature cat-eye liner flicked out sharply, the '60s-inspired beauty queen wore her brunette locks in a braided half-updo showcasing small silver hoop earrings. Aside from an electric pink mani, the rest of her beauty look remained minimal, allowing the cheerful frock to steal the show.
Alongside leather thong sandals, the "Summertime Sadness" crooner signaled a green light for the comeback of the anklet, a throwback trend tastemakers have been getting behind this summer.
With summer coming to a close, now is the time to make like Lana and enjoy as many free-spirited frocks as possible. Whether you're here for a full-on mod moment or want to put a 2019 spin on things, there are plenty of Lana-approved styles across the web. The Zoe Report pulled a few prime options that will channel the singer's breezy aesthetic for the remainder of summer, paired with a chic strappy sandal or a chunky dad shoe, ahead.
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Prepare for an instant mood-boost after arming yourself with this exuberant pick from Zimmerman.
The deeper colorway on this puff-sleeved style makes it a premium pick for transitional dressing. Pair it with ankle boots and a moto jacket as temps begin to fall.
Style this adorable, breezy number with mules, or edge it up with a pair of combat boots and a bucket bag.
This dress reads more '80s, but the bold floral-print and one-shoulder silhouette feels like drama Lana could get behind.