Cara Delevingne comes out in autumn flowers for auction in London


Alice howarth

Known for her eclectic sense of style, Cara Delevingne once again wowed in a delicate outfit. Stepping out of the TAG Heuer auction at London’s Maddox Gallery, the model-turned-actress wowed crowds in a contrasting floral dress, proving that this print isn’t just for summer. Featuring floral embroidery, the top of Cara’s Dior dress consisted of a sheer, spaghetti strap top with stitched flowers. The skirt of the dress was purple in color with tie-die details and featured the same pattern throughout. To step up the look, the 26-year-old opted for a fitted biker jacket and a pair of boots with laces up the front – a very fashionable style right now, we might add.


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As for her beauty look, the face of Burberry’s new scent wore her hair in a relaxed, super short bob (which we love!) And her makeup was beautifully pinkish. She wore a slightly shimmering taupe shadow over her eyes, kept her lashes floating, and wore a simple pearly gloss on her lips. As you might have already guessed, her brows were, of course, flawless.

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The last time Delevingne was spotted it was actually Princess Eugenie‘s royal wedding when she wore a radically different look that garnered praise from all corners of the globe. For the occasion earlier this month, she opted for a Giorgio Armani tuxedo with a top hat and fans were quick to comment on how beautiful she looked. Her Instagram was inundated with comments such as “Seriously, though … is there another doing it so well.”


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One thing we know for sure when it comes to Delevingne, she can rock androgynous and feminine looks in equal measure. Her latest outfit only proves it, right?

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