Regina Hall partners with Old Navy to make fashion affordable and fun. “The Hate You Give” start is keeping the price under 50 dollars for some fun trendy maxi dresses and more.
Regina Hall stars in a brand new themed commercial rocking her signature blunt bob and the adorable Gingham Midi Dress, available right now for just $44.99. Other collection standout pieces include the Printed High-Neck Lantern-Sleeve Blouse ($32.99) and the High-Rise Frayed-Hem Distressed Denim skirt ($32).
Hall tells PEOPLE exclusively that the gingham dress (which features a v-neckline and an adjustable wrap at the waist) is one of her favorites because it’s both cute and comfortable. She adds, “it’s my new print of choice.” The Old Navy collection also offers $40 espadrille wedges — a summer wardrobe staple — with a fun chambray twist.
“I splurge a lot on heels,” Hall tells PEOPLE. “I feel like it gives me options. I can take the same jeans I always wear and pop on a shoe.”
Outside of her Fashion deal Regina Hall has also been busy promoting her new comedy Little (and making a name for herself in the fashion world along the way). At the film’s Los Angeles premiere last month, Hall opted for Ralph & Russo, a favorite of stylish stars Meghan Markle, Angelina Jolie and Rihanna. The silver gown incorporated a plunging neckline and a thigh-high slit, but thanks to expert styling (minimal jewelry and simple hair and makeup) the look was just the right amount of over-the-top.
According to PEOPLE, the Support the Girls actress made her big Met Gala debut in an on-theme Dapper Dan ensemble. She shared the inspiration for the gold and pink look in an interview with E! News.
“I really wanted to make sure we incorporated that idea, but with Dapper Dan… He’s been such a legacy,” Hall said. “This is his first Met and I wanted to make sure he stayed authentic to what he does, what he’s done for black culture and what he’s done for hip-hop. I wanted to make sure we did a little bit of that.”
Back in March, Old Navy teamed up with Lana Condor for campaign in honor of International Women’s Day. At the time, Condor told PEOPLE that the powerful project was a “no-brainer.”
Between press tours and red carpets, Hall is no stranger to an incredible designer gown. Still, the actress keeps it real. She told PEOPLE that the two things she just can’t keep herself from buying are actually “sweatpants and t-shirts.”
“I think that the message of a hero as a woman and just shooting for the stars is something that I’ve always believed in,” Condor told PEOPLE. “A leather jacket makes me feel very confident. I would say black jeans, a leather jacket and a statement T-shirt. This is something that makes me feel badass. I love shirts that have quotes. And then some great sneakers!”
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