It was Aria’s big night on Tuesday and she looked great with the Sidecca black and green ballerina printed halter double strapped dress. She wanted to make a statement with her dress, that sadly got overshadowed by A once again. But I think she had the art gallery scene vibe going on, just like she wanted.
Aria’s style has been slightly different this season, but all of her pieces have gone great with her new hair cut. I don’t think she would have looked as good in this dress with her longer hair. Her new hair style allows her to change things up.
Spencer dressed up for the occasion too! She wore a gathered seam dress by Zara. This dress is still available and is on sale for $29.99. To really match Spencer’s look, make sure to top it off with a belt. Nordstrom carries a similar belt to the one she wore.
I would have thought Hanna would have worn a nice dress to support Aria at the gallery, but she wore a d-ring high neck romper and a sheepskin leather biker jacket by Topshop. It was a nice romper, but not quite appropriate for the occasion. I loved the biker jacket, but I have a thing for biker jackets. I don’t think it was the right choice for the art show though.
I absolutely loved the snake print shift dress by Sam Edelman Hanna wore with a razor buckled belt by Alexander McQueen. I loved the colors and the design. Hanna always looks great in dresses and I love when they all add a belt to complete their look. The dress doesn’t quite look the same without the belt.
She should have worn the snake print dress to the gallery.
The shift dress is on sale at Lord & Taylor for $71.40, the belt is unfortunately sold out.
I also loved the shirt Aria was wearing in the beginning of the episode. She wore a muscle tank with a beaded snake by Haute Hippie. The shirt was so simple and elegant.
Next week is prom, so stay tuned for a lot of great fashion from the dance!