7 Best Looks from Sylvia Opening Night

Perhaps it’s the cool fall temperatures, but there was a definite trend at the Broadway opening night of Sylvia on Tuesday toward navy and black monochromatic looks. Broadway Style Guide highlights seven of the sharpest looks of the evening.

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Jerry Mitchell
The director/choreographer’s tailored navy blue, pin-stripe, two-button suit with a matching turtleneck nails autumn red carpet style. Turtlenecks are coming back this season in a big way, and we also love the black double monk-strap shoe.

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Sarah Jessica Parker
SJP is not afraid of bold fashion choices, and this look is no exception. The black, polka-dot dress features the sheer neckline detailing we’ve been seeing on ready-to-wear runways this fall. She accessorizes the look with a chain metal purse and a crystal-covered pump. And her black blazer puts her square on the menswear trend.

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Tommy Tune
Tune stays classy with this two-buttoned, navy suit, navy button-down, and tie with a navy scarf. We are loving the sophistication and simplicity.

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Stephanie J. Block & Sebastian Arcelus
Block looks stunning in this navy dress with the off-white lace trim detail, and her hubby, Sebastian Arcelus, looks equally sharp in a navy suit, white button down, navy tie, and a pop of burnt orange for the pocket square. Can you say power couple?

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Julie White
Nothing says elegant quite like a floor-length black gown, and we are loving that White dressed it down with a black leather jacket. Add a sheer neckline detail, simple jewelry, and a fresh face and White has hit a fashion home run.

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Annaleigh Ashford
Ashford looks chic and sophisticated in this gorgeous black sequin gown. The v-neck, slit, and cap sleeves give it a modern retro appeal.