Black-ish actress Tracee Ellis Ross looked simply incredible at the 2018 American Music Awards this Tuesday. Tracee Ellis Ross rocked a breathtaking evening dress in Ankara print by the Cameroonian-born designer, Claude Kameni.
Tracee Ellis Ross stuns in LaVieByCK
If you remember a few weeks ago we featured the LaVieByCk brand and gushed over the fact that the “Janet Jackson” wore her dress. Likewise, not too long ago, we also featured the Mcclure twins and their mother rocking dresses by LaVieByCk. Today, we are featuring the one and only Tracee Ellis Ross, spotting a LaVieByCK dress!!! Somebody pinch me! This is so surreal. I am abso-freaking-lutely so excited for Claude. Her career is just shooting off like a rocket!
Without a doubt, this is well deserved. Have you seen the dresses created by Claude? To say she understands a woman’s body is an understatement. Her designs always celebrate the curvaceousness and voluptuousness of a woman’s body.
Claude Kameni, the new go-to designer for Celebs and Hollywood A-listers.
Now, let’s talk about this dress on Tracee Ellis Ross. Foremost, the mermaid style of the dress is so figure-flattering to her hourglass shape. Specifically, the plunging neckline and accentuated waist are just ravishing. Finally, the dramatic tiered mermaid skirt! Genuis!
Let’s be honest, the design of the tiered bell sleeves and tiered mermaid skirt might feel a bit too much. You know, like there was the use of too much fabric. However, the plunging neckline helps to show some skin. Likewise, the form-fitting style from neck to knee screams skimpy which is duly complemented by tiered sleeves and skirt.
LaVieByCK well-structured mermaid skirts
Ultimately, what impresses the most is the multi-tiered skirt. It looks like there is some kind of tulle or boning underneath. Do you know how some skirts sometimes just fizzle and are unable to hold their shape? This tiered mermaid skirt is the absolute opposite. Evidently, while the structure is very solid, it still has a lot of movement. Bravo Claude!
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