Lana Condor's Red Valentino Gown Was Made for Homecoming

Lana Condor has served as our fashion inspiration since we spotted her overalls in To All the Boys I've Loved Before. As we continue to try and bring her on-screen style to our own IRL wardrobe, Lana has served up another fashion-forward moment that has us officially ready for homecoming.

The star shared an Instagram of a recent shoot she had with People and her red dress has become our homecoming mood board. Lana tagged the dress as being from Valentino and insisted in her caption that: "I swear I’m not this fashionable in real life. #sweatpantsforlife." Despite the joking, the actor looks totally glamorous, wearing a red ruffled gown that hits just above the knee.

She completed the look of glam with a pair of intricate, dangly earnings and strapped heels. The school-dance approved ensemble also came with the perfect beauty routine. Lana rocked an updo in the photo, with some pieces of hair left to hang and frame her face. The look was complete thanks to a set of smoky eyes and a neutral, glossy lip.

This isn't the first time that a celeb in red has given us major inspiration for homecoming or prom. The color is a perfect shade to hit the dance floor in, with similar options coming in all sorts of lengths and styles.

Despite how glam she may have looked for the shoot, Lana insisted that she's really all about comfort. She told People that she actually did take Lara Jean's overalls for her closet at home, but has recently been all about an oversized denim jacket and Birkenstocks. "Birkenstocks are highly underrated," she said. "They are so comfortable."

Fashion is fun, but comfort is always key.

Ready to rock red at your homecoming? Here are some similar options.

Shop Now: Topshop Bow Twist Textured Midi Dress, $65, available at Nordstrom.
Shop Now: Forever 21 Ruffle Trim Gown, $48, available at Forever 21.
Shop Now: Ted Baker London Polly Structured Bow Dress, $295, available at Nordstrom.

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