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Karlie Kloss Wore a Tablecloth to the Club

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Quick, what's an outfit that says, "I'm here to party," but only at like, a really, really fancy party? Oh, and also, "I'm in England"? Answer: an Alexander McQueen garment (top? dress? extremely elaborate bra?) that is basically a giant doily.

That, anyway, is how Karlie Kloss chose to answer this question during her appearance at last night's Brit Awards after party. Upon arriving to the Tape nightclub in London, Karlie wore a piece that somehow managed to combine white lace, ruffles, high-low, cutouts, and a collar, which WWD reports is Alexander McQueen.

Naturally, however, an elegant tablecloth makes not for a complete club look without something to offset its inherent stuffiness. The solution: add white sneakers.

Below, the full ensemble.