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Rose Byrne made her broadway debut last night, September 28, in the George Kaufman and Moss Hart 1936 comedy You Can’t Take it With You. The Aussie actress celebrated her leap into theatre in a bronze-on-bronze getup, at the Brasserie 8.5 restaurant after-party in New York.
Rose rocked a deep metallic-brown Dsquared² midi dress, featuring a weave-look bodice with diamond chest cut-outs plus thin halter straps. The fine pleating from the waist to ankles kept the look ladylike, as well as the bronze pointed-toe Casadei pumps.
Normally we wouldn’t suggest wearing accessories in the same colour as your statement piece, but, as usual, Rose has pulled it off. Maybe she just really loves the shoes, because she rocked the same ones back in June with an LBD.