Blake Lively wild in the feather trend

If ever there was a perfect time to pull out the feather trend, then this just had to be it. Blake Lively attended the New York premiere of Where The Wild Things Are – Spike Jonze’s film adaptation of the classic children’s book – in a feathered Marchesa dress.

Blake Lively in the feather trend

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Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009
Blake Lively at the New York premiere of 'Where The Wild Things Are' - Oct 2009

It’s not the first time we’ve seen the Wild Things and fashion collide either – earlier in the month we reported on a fantastic campaign by Opening Ceremony X Where The Wild Things Are, definitely worth a look if you haven’t already seen it.

More pictures of Blake Lively in the feather trend can be found below.

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