By now, you’ve surely seen it: the girl whose white, flared jumpsuit experienced an unfortunate red wine spillage incident while partying with her friends—all of whom quickly rallied around with a bottle of wine to create what became a burgundy-hued tie-dye moment.
It didn’t take long for the victim’s, Elaine Walton, before-and-after (uploaded to Twitter by one of her fairy godmothers) to go viral. Walton told The Cut when the wine hit she was already “quite drunk” and wasn’t ready to go home, so she and the girls dyed her entire outfit in 30 minutes.
so we’re 2 hours into the races, and el comes and tells me someone has spilt red wine down her… no problem. Got some more red wine and fixed it and I think we’ve just made a new product to PLTs festival range pic.twitter.com/fXnJKYfNc2
— mia williamson (@MiaWiliamson_) July 20, 2019
Well that’s all very well and good, but why, in the flood of appreciation for the groups handiwork, has no one commented on the outfits key accessory: the gold chain belt that spells “L’ AMORE.”
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Any outdoor drinking excursion (read: festivals, rooftop parties, and, like in Walton’s case, the races), is a great occasion for a chain belt. Made popular by the likes of Chanel and Moschino, they’ve trickled their way down to the high street. It was only a matter of time before they popped up everywhere, from Forever 21 to Pretty Little Thing, with various letters a-hanging, and lord knows no one fast fashion mega-brand going to be left out of the trend.
In short, if you’re looking to spice up an outfit without adding much of anything, this is the must-have accessory of the season. Eleanor Walton knows it, Kylie Jenner knows it, hell, Naomi Campbell definitely knew it, so we included some white-hot options for you, below. It’s amore, indeed.