Daisy Lowe may have upstaged Rita Ora last Saturday night. The English fashion model held a party at her home and completely stole everyone’s attention by wearing a see-through black dress that left little to the imagination. It was a long-sleeved floor-length creation made of stretch chiffon, and Daisy wore nothing but her knickers underneath.
Daisy Lowe hosts a party in her London home while decked in a super sheer outfit that left little to the imagination, on July 5, 2014
Rita, who was there to attend the party, unexpectedly arrived in a conservative outfit consisting of a long-sleeved knee-length black dress worn underneath a leather jacket.
Rita Ora arrives at the London party hosted by Daisy Lowe in a simple all-black ensemble, on July 5, 2014
Considering the fact that the singer is fond of dressing in look-at-me ensembles, you could say the simple all-black attire was very much a surprise. I’m guessing she didn’t want to steal the attention away from the hostess. Either that, or she simply ran out of weird outfits to wear.
That said, I must say that even though the getup was nothing fancy, she looked really classy and put together in it. I was quite impressed with the extras she used to go with her look — simple but edgy jewelry plus a pair of stunningly beautiful t-strap sandals detailed with gold accoutrements at the center. It was a little hard to tell from which designer they were, but my guess is Giuseppe Zanotti. In fact, they looked a lot like the black version of these lobster-detailed Zanotti sandals (below):
Giuseppe Zanotti Lobster Detailed T-Strap Sandals, $948 (was $1895)
What do you think of my hunch? Is it right on target?
These Giuseppe Zanotti sandals feature gold lobster details at the t-bar, a simple t-strap silhouette, and towering 5-inch-tall heels. Platforms are only about half-an-inch-thick so you will be walking (or teetering) in about 4.5 inches worth of cigarette-thin stilettos. At the moment, the white pair I posted above is on sale, down to $948 from an even higher $1895. Do you think it’s worth the sale price?