Arielle Tschinkel
September 18, 2017 7:36 am

She’s never one to shy away from a bold look, and it’s one of the things we love most about her. But Ariel Winter’s latest latex outfit has us totally reconsidering rubber, because she makes it look surprisingly wearable.

Ariel loves a bodycon dress, and at a pre-Emmys party this weekend she wore a drop dead gorgeous House of CB bustier and matching mini skirt made entirely of latex. Basically, she’s making the case for wearing head-to-toe rubber for a fun night out.

Of course, at the Emmys, Ariel brought the drama in a glamorous thigh-high slit gown, but her latex outfit at the Entertainment Weekly Emmys pre-party on Friday night was pure fun.

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Ariel wore the vanilla-colored latex bustier and skirt for the party, pairing it with nude, pointy toe heels and Andrea Groussman jewelry. She parted her hair down the center to offset her dramatic smoky eye and glossy pink lip for the night out with her boyfriend, actor Levi Meaden.

If you’re looking for a similar latex dress for your next night out, rejoice, because there are tons of affordable (and equally sexy) options out there. Ariel’s House of CB outfit cost $255, and you can get a dress from the same brand for slightly cheaper.

The House of CB Trinette Black Latex Ruffle Hem Dress costs $135 and is equally gorgeous.

House of CB

If you’re looking for an even more budget-friendly option, shop Meshki, one of Ariel’s favorite brands, where every dress is under $100. Ariel herself recently wore the brand’s Saskia strapless latex black dress, which only costs a cool $80.

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Another great option is the mauve King Kourt Latex Dress by Fashion Nova, which will only set you back $34.99.

Fashion Nova

With so many super awesome (and totally wallet-friendly) latex options, it’s easy to find a head-turning latex look of your own. Fair warning, though: You’ll definitely look like the real-life version of the fire emoji…not that that’s a bad thing, of course.

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