Met Ball 2015 : Gowns , Gowns, Gowns! Uncategorized Met Ball 2015 : Gowns , Gowns, Gowns! Which one is your favorite? Anything to Add? Leave a Comment! Follow Us On: Thrifty Momma Ramblings Facebook for more great tips for thrifty living! Tweet Pin It Related Posts Netflix March 2016 New Arrivals & Sad to see them go – Departures Nicorette What’s Your Why Instant Win Game Quiz: What Does Your Favorite Flower Say About You? Tags:uncategorized 17 Comments Crystal Werline May 5, 2015 I actually liked Beyonces gown. If I had her body I would of worn something like that. Didn’t like the high ponytail though lol. Log in to Reply Anne M. May 5, 2015 I would have to pick Amal Clooney-she looked beautiful! Log in to Reply holly lafty May 5, 2015 I loved J los Dress! Log in to Reply Mandy nichole May 5, 2015 i love the green one so pretty !! Log in to Reply SteveApril Foster May 5, 2015 I loved Kim Kardashians!! Log in to Reply Melody May 5, 2015 Mrs. cloony stunning!! Log in to Reply Jennow May 5, 2015 i like Kerry Washington and Helen Mirren’s gowns best! Log in to Reply Jessica May 5, 2015 I loved the purple one!! Log in to Reply jill Mckelvey May 5, 2015 Jennifer Lopez for sure Log in to Reply Kathleen McCarthy May 5, 2015 Jennifer Lawrence definitely has my vote…but she always looks great Log in to Reply Charlene Kline May 5, 2015 I like the one Jennifer Lawrence is wearing. Log in to Reply Rachael Leggans May 5, 2015 There is no class in half naked women at a Met gala! Helen Mirren and Jennifer Lawrence and Cher’s had class. More I am sure but those stood out for me. Oh and George Clooney’s wife too! Log in to Reply Cynthia Creamer May 5, 2015 Anne Hatheway Log in to Reply Connie May 5, 2015 I really liked Candice Swanepoel dress. Log in to Reply lindsay longerbone May 5, 2015 loved Sophia Vergarva’s dress. Looked beautiful on her! Log in to Reply Kara Kilhoffer May 5, 2015 I love Jennifer Lawrence’s dress!! Log in to Reply Betty Fisher May 5, 2015 Jennifer Lawrence’s gown was stunning, and was elegant and tasteful to the exhibition’s theme, “China: Through the Looking Glass”. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply to Kathleen McCarthy Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.