With help from stylist Molly Dickson, Lucy Hale brought some of spring’s biggest trends to her press tour for “Which Brings Me to You,” a new romantic comedy costarring Nat Wolff.
Dickson, who’s also known for dressing celebrities like Sydney Sweeney, Sadie Sink and Mindy Kaling, has worked with Hale since late last year. The stylist launched her own collaboration with Madewell in 2023, debuting an exclusive denim capsule with the retailer.
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Below, all of the details on Hale’s trendy press tour wardrobe.
Hale blushed in a head-to-toe denim ensemble by Bottega Veneta for her first appearance of the day. The actress also added a Staud peak lapel coat, an Aupen handbag and a pair of matching velvet pumps.
Rosy hues took off following the success of Barbiecore, with designers including Valentino, Christian Siriano and Giorgio Armani favoring vibrant and pastel pink tones during the spring 2023 runway season.
While visiting “Today,” Hale opted for a cropped blazer and shorts in one of this season’s hottest shades: red. The actress accessorized her Alexander McQueen look with patent leather heels by Femme LA.
The red trend kicked off in fall 2023, but with the return of awards season, the fad shows no signs of slowing down as stars continue to channel one of the most popular colors showcased by labels like Bottega Veneta, Ferragamo and Fendi last year.
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During her final television appearance of the day, Hale opted for another monochromatic ensemble. She paired a vintage Marc Jacobs coat with a strapless wide-leg jumpsuit from Self-Portrait. The actress added a miniature bow-embellished purse from the British label.
White dominated the runways of Chloé, Carolina Herrera and Gucci during the spring 2024 season, paving the way for its popularity this year. Fashion’s enduring obsession with Quiet Luxury likely also spawned the trend.
For a Q&A session at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, Hale sported a cropped Loewe button-up with a gray pleated midi skirt from The Frankie Shop. Black high-heeled leather boots topped off her look.
Tailoring is trending once again in 2024 as preppy and normcore styles took over the runways of Brunello Cucinell, Miu Miu and Theory last year.
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