Dakota Johnson Wears Nude Dress To Sit Front Row At Gucci Resort Show, Totally Pulls It Off

Nude is a trend that we're seeing all over the red carpet, and if anyone knows how to rock this look, it's Dakota Johnson. She's aced both street style and on the red carpet glamour, but Johnson's nude dress at Gucci resort might be her best look yet. According to the Observer, Johnson sat front row at the Gucci Resort Show and showed off her fabulous style.

The actress took her quirky fashion sensibilities to the front row and sported a nude lace dress from the house's fall 2015 collection. A red bow around the neckline of the dress provided the only pop of color, along with her matching bright red lipstick. It was nice to see Johnson maintain her own personal style while still looking perfectly polished.

She paired the dress with a black loafer shoe featuring Gucci's signature gold horse bit embellishments, which added a slight menswear feel to the ultra feminine outfit. Her tan suede bag with silver straps brought the mix-and-match look together and kept things interesting. Johnson's style most definitely won her a seat front row (and perhaps a contract as the face of Gucci? Time will tell!). With her ability to make any look her own and bring a fun feel to any trend, she sat pretty next to some of equally stylish celebrities.

Johnson's look, though fabulous, is also a bit intimidating. Wearing a dress that's almost the color of your skin can be very hit or miss and requires confidence. If you're looking to channel her outfit in a not-so-formal and more summery way, check out these pieces to help you create a similar but different ensemble.

Start with a lace dress

(Sleeveless Lace Blocked Dress, BCBG, $198)

Add a quirky oversized bag

(Tie-Dye Shopper Bag, Urban Outfitters, $79)

Finish with a stand-out shoe

(Open For Business Flat, Mod Cloth, $39.99)

There you have it, the recipe to successful Johnson-inspired mix-and-match! Add as many accessories as you'd like to spice up the outfit and make it your own.

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