Covered in little flower appliqués, the tiers of the ruffled skirt look soft, fluffy and weightless, effectively balancing out the structural cutouts of the bodice. She's got some serious décolletage on display in the front, while the back is completely open, besides some supportive straps of textured fabric. As usual, Kruger knows how to take fashion risks without sacrificing her personal style, which is always delicate, feminine and a bit sexy.
She wisely decided to forgo the black lacquer face mask that designer Sarah Burton attached to the models' faces for the runway show (see below), choosing, instead, to let her blonde locks be free and natural. The actress accessorized with a white clutch from the brand and strappy sandals, making for a practically perfect spring look from her head to her red-polished toes.
So as People magazine likes to ask: love it or leave it? Pretty sure there's no contest.