Julia Garner Brings Back the '60s in a Yellow Minidress
Julia Garner and Prada make a chic combo. On Monday, July 18, all eyes were on the "Inventing Anna" actress when she appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in a luxurious silk dress designed by the Italian fashion house. Garner looked absolutely regal in the pastel yellow mini, complete with an alluring square neckline, opulent high-waist crystal band, and spaghetti straps. Structured at the top yet somewhat flared at the bottom by way of a bubble bodice, the design interprets the playfulness of the '60s beautifully. The ensemble leaned heavily on the formal side, yet it had all the hallmarks of a youthful, summer-appropriate look.
The "Ozark" star and her stylist Elizabeth Saltzman stayed true to the retro moment with the addition of beige-and-black ballerina flats and round black sunglasses (spotted as the star greeted fans outside before taping the episode). Her signature wavy bob also contributed to the retro theme, while her orange stone ring, diamond engagement ring and stud earrings felt modern.
Garner thanked Prada in an Instagram post for helping her execute her latest look, which brings to mind the sparkly sheer mini she wore by the same designer to the "Tonight Show" in February. The sleeveless vintage-inspired A-line dress, with its halter neckline embellished by a black velvet bow, also exuded '60s glam. It's clear the actress has an affinity for Prada and the popular silhouettes of the '60s as she often combines the two to create memorable looks.
On "Jimmy Kimmel Live," she spoke to guest host Dana Carvey about her Emmy-nominated TV shows and did perfect impressions of her two well-known characters, Ruth Langmore and Anna Delvey. Ahead, view the stunning Prada dress from a few angles, and watch Garner masterfully switch into her "Ozark" and "Inventing Anna" accents.