Lily James just wore the 2022 version of the 'bandage dress'

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Anyone who lived through the noughties will instantly recognise the 'bandage dress'. The super fitted mini style, synonymous with designer brand Hervé Léger, was an It-girl red carpet staple. Everyone from Rihanna to Victoria Beckham, JLo and Kim Kardashian wore iterations of the iconic bodycon dress. Now, Lily James has just gone and shared the 2022 version: a mint green bandage co-ord by the same designer.

In Lily's latest Instagram post, the actor stands on a balcony in Milan wearing THE most incredible summer set. The bralette top, with a tiny cutout detail underneath the bust, stops just above the waist. Meanwhile, the calf-length pencil skirt in the same material sits a few centimetres below the top, revealing a flash of midriff. Our favourite detail about this whole look, though, has got to be the matching over-the-elbow opera gloves.

"It was perfect weather for gloves. When I was in Milan in @herveleger x" writes Lily, who teamed the set with a pair of nude heels and a V-shaped necklace. See the 'fit in full:

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In just one day the post has already reached almost a quarter of a million 'likes', with fans commenting on how much they love Lily's get-up:

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The color looks fantastic! 👏

Ooh BEAUTS

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While you'd be forgiven for thinking this is a brand new pic, Lily James' stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray, actually shared the same outfit on Instagram last month, crediting the Gianvito Rossi heels and Leda Madera jewellery in the process.

Yep, it seems even Lily loves the occasional later-gram and, to be honest, same.

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