Her outfits have been called ‘inappropriate.’ See Jeff Bezos’ fiancée’s Met Gala gown

All eyes were on Lauren Sanchez, who made her Met Gala debut in NYC Monday night.

Jeff Bezos’ fiancée, who has been under the microscope for some risqué fashion choices, rocked a strapless Oscar de la Renta gown with a billowy skirt bedecked with mirrors.

The reviews are in: Sanchez did not disappoint. The custom dress was simple yet snazzy, elegant but sexy, and it fit her to a T.

Not even restaurateur Keith McNally, who owns Pastis in Wynwood and recently called Sanchez “revolting” in a since deleted post, could complain.

“It never feels good when reality doesn’t fit one’s narrative,” wrote McNally, aka Mr. Nasty, along with a red carpet pic of the Miami based pair. “But I must admit that Bezos and Sanchez both looked stunning and very beautiful.”

Yep, very few could find fault with the 54-year-old philanthropist who was roasted last month over a lingerie-style dress she chose for a White House state dinner. That scarlet Rasario frock was so over the top, some critics questioned if the mom of three had broken protocol (President Biden’s camp had no comment).

Monday night’s look managed to be fire, but way less revealing. To boot, the Billionaire Bunker resident’s makeup was toned down, with a nude lip, honey colored cheeks and understated eyes.

Sanchez’s glow-up could be in part thanks to some key advice from the top.

We hear the gala’s host, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, personally helped her famous guest before the annual fundraiser for the museum’s Costume Institute.

An insider told The Daily Mail that the way picky Wintour, who reportedly inspired “The Devil Wears Prada,” stepped in because she thought the onetime TV personality had “poor taste.”

The source added that the choice of Oscar de la Renta had been in the running a while and the late Dominican designer’s duds were a perfect fit for the party’s theme, “The Garden of Time.”

On her Instagram, Sanchez thanked the team who helped put her together, excluding Wintour who was not tagged.

“Every shard whispers its tale,” said the post, showing her standing on a terrace, the Manhattan skyline behind her. “This @oscardelarenta masterpiece, meticulously assembled over 600 hours from 2,000 hand-dyed mosaic fragments, embodies the notion that even the fractured can forge breathtaking beauty — a tribute to the strength of resilience and the elegance of metamorphosis.”