While Emma Stone’s Met Gala dress had a special meaning to her personally, it left many fans of Cruella underwhelmed and others less than impressed. Cut ahead to the Louis Vuitton gown she wore to the Athens premiere of her short film Bleat, and there’s a lot more to love.

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The fans that took issue with the length and lack of gilded or glamorous embellishments on Stone’s Met Gala frock literally can’t say a thing about the floor-sweeping, beaded gown she wore on Friday, May 6, to the premiere of her short film Bleat at the Greek National Opera.

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The delicate beading and sequin work on Stone’s pale blue Louis Vuitton gown was breathtaking. The red belt worn at her waist was daring, color-wise, and unexpected, while the gathered columns at the front of the gown read as a gorgeous nod to the Grecian columns of Athenian architecture.

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In contrast, the dress she wore to the Met Gala looks simple despite the immaculately crafted feathers at the skirt and the sheer mesh detailing on the top of the dress.

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The gown also featured something that Stone’s Met Gala dress lacked: length. The LV gown was so long and full that only the tips of Stone’s silver, possibly gladiator-style sandals poked through.

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Even with all its feathers, Stone’s Met Gala gown didn’t offer much by way of eye candy for eagle-eyed red carpet fans. In comparison, her Bleat gown was a feast for the eyes.

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Stone’s premiere gown also had movement. It was, honestly, a breath of fresh air after her somewhat stiff and rather short Met Gala dress.

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One element that was consistent in both looks? Stone’s glam. At the Met Gala, the Oscar winner opted for a strong bronze cheek and a coral lip. Her signature red hair was swept back and away from her face and her décolletage had a hint of shimmer.

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Stone’s hair was also sleek and swept back from her face at the Bleat premiere. Her cheekbones were again accentuated and her lips had a pop of rosy coral with a bit more pigment than her Met Gala shade.

I’d give Emma Stone’s post-Met Gala style: 10/10.

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