Tiffany Haddish’s White Dress Is A Lesson On Investing In Yourself
Tiffany Haddish, arguably the most in-demand comedian at the moment, regardless of race and gender has garnered a following from being herself. Her breakout role in 2017 box office hit Girl’s Trip instantly had everyone wanting to know more and see more of Haddish and her energetic personality. Tiffany Haddish's talent has been affirmed by her ability to be herself in all arenas. Tiffany Haddish is the same person on Ellen as she is on the Oscar's red carpet. Genuine, a trait not carried by most celebrities makes Haddish the favorite of many.
Since the success of Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish has landed new television and movie deals, been announced the host of the 2018 MTV Awards, released her top selling autobiography The Last Black Unicorn, honored by ESSENCE during their annual ‘Black Women In Hollywood’ event and more. Her fast-tracked glow-up has earned her countless appearances and roles and with some, there have been two commonalities: her energy and her white Alexander McQueen gown.
Haddish who explained she paid $4K for the gown has worn the dress at least 3 times: to the premier of Girls Trip, as a host on Saturday Night Live and as a presenter during the Oscars. While on SNL, her second time wearing the white gown, Haddish joked on how she would continue wearing the dress without shame.
Of course as a comedian, Haddish can make just about anything funny and the saga of the Alexander McQueen gown is no different. Laughing with Tiffany Haddish as she very genuinely states how she will get her money’s worth from the designer piece is an example of investing in yourself and not being afraid to get your money’s worth.
The $4000 Haddish has spent on the dress has paid off. With her third time wearing the gown, it has become a long-running bit of Haddish's brand. She has been able to flawlessly wear the dress, look great every time and deliver material surrounding the usual fashion faux pas into comedic gold. With a signifying third appearance, I am sure this is not the last we will see of the Alexander McQueen gown.