Cara Delevingne in black Burberry for the Met benefit

There’s nothing quite like a red carpet look that turns heads, and yet melds seamlessly with the wearer’s own personal style. For that, Cara Delevingne is fast becoming unofficial Queen. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art 2012 Costume Institute Benefit, Delevingne wore an outfit that reflected her beauty as an English rose with it’s full velvet skirt and cowl neck, and yet simultaneously was laced with the same tomboy edges that give Delevingne her cool factor. Cara’s dress, studded gloves and shoes were all by Burberry.

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Photo courtesy Burberry.

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