Boy, marriage certainly agrees with her, huh? I wish the color weren't quite so tomato-y, but overall I'd say she's stunning.
Very simple yet very chic. I don't love the pattern of falling flowers but the cut of the dress makes me think of a kimono and I could very easily seem this pattern there, too, so I think it works.
Something you don't see on many kimonos? A waist-high slit up the leg. Just saying. Still, it adds a level of sexiness that offers a nice dichotomy on the very prim neckline and sleeves.
What an Oz All-star. The delicacy of this dress is perfection. The just barely off the shoulderness of it is so very feminine and lovely. It's transporting her to a simpler time and place. Even the expression on her face seems to indicate that she's being time-travel romanced by Cary Grant. Or something. Full marks. Best in show. And the shoes are just the icing on the beautiful cake.