Ready for some low-key and fun red carpet attire? You can always count on an MTV event to bring out the stars, and for those stars to bring out some interesting, eye-catching fashion.
Not sure how to wear a cocktail dress? Here’s an official How To. Follow it to the letter.
This is a great look for a summer show. Bright and fun!
I’m not sure if this is actually a dress or not, but I like the separates feel to the look. It’s summery and sweet, perfect for a Nickelodeon star!
Perhaps a slimmer fit would have shown off her killer figure better, but that doesn’t keep it from being a great, stand-out look. Her personal style has definitely been evolving over the last few months, exactly as it should be for her age!
Fresh, young, and perfect for the event. The mixing of colors and patterns and the zipper detailing make it a great choice. Also, love her haircut, very flattering.
Sort of space-age looking, but really cute. It’s fun and interesting, and suits her build really well.
With The Great Gatsby coming out soon I’m sure that these beautiful 20’s style dresses will continue to make the rounds. This is a great choice for her coloring, she looks beautiful.
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Need some more 20’s glamour to get your day started? Harper’s Bazaar has the goods!
Check out Karl Lagerfeld’s photoshoot for Bazaar featuring Joan Smalls, Arizona Muse and Saskia de Brauw in this season’s Jazz Age inspired fashion from Marc Jacobs, Giorgio Armani, Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren, J.Mendel, Chanel, Valentino, Alberta Ferretti and Tom Ford – Cafe Society.
Or see how real ladies channel this trend in BAZAAR Boards: Gatsby’s Girls.
June 6, 2012 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: 20's art deco, 20's inspired fashion, 2012 MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet, Alberta Ferretti, Alexander McQueen, Arizona Muse, Bazaar Boards, Brood, Cafe Society, Camilla Belle, Chanel, Charlize Theron, Cocktail Dress, Cristina's Blog, Diane Kruger, Dolce&Gabbana, Elizabeth Olsen, Ellie Kemper, Emma Stone, Emma Watson\, Erin Fetherston, flapper fashion, flapper style, Floral mini dress, from Marc Jacobs, Gatsby Girls, Giorgio Armani, Golden Age Hollywood, Gucci, Guishem, J. Mendel, Jazz age, Joan Smalls, Jumpsuit, Karl Lagerfeld, Kerry Washington, Kristen Stewart, Lagerfeld photography, Lanvin, LBD, Little Black Dress, mini dress, MTV Movie Awards, MTV Music Awards, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, Natasha Poly, Nickelodeon, Nikki Reed, Peplum, Ralph Lauren, Randi Rahm, Red Carpet fashion, red carpet style, Saskia de Brauw, Shailene Woodley, Stella McCartney, TLo, Tom & Lorenzo: Fabulous & Opinionated, Tom Ford, Tori Vega, Valentino, Victoria Justice, Victorious, Zoe Saldana | 1 Comment
While I’m dying to start posting the gorgeous looks from the Cannes Film Festival red carpet events, I’m going to try to hold off until the festival comes to an end to make sure that I don’t miss anything. It’s for your own good, I promise! But in the meantime, here are some red carpet looks from off the French Riviera that worth taking a quick look at.
2012 Billboard Music Awards:
The music industry loves its red carpets and the stars usually provide us with some wild and daring looks worth commenting on. Lil’ Kim ring any bells? Surprisingly enough, this year the red carpet looked more like the Oscars with the majority of the looks composed of suits, tuxedos, and floor length gowns with tons of borrowed jewels.
Drama Drama Drama! Does this seem like a Carrie Bradshaw dress to anyone else? It’s dramatic and over the top, but where else would a girl wear dreamy, poofy Oscar de la Renta unless it’s on the red carpet?
Want to see the original? Arizona Muse was a vision during the Oscar de la Renta Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear runway show in New York City in this dress last seaon. The headband and jewel-encrusted booties are much different from how Carrie styled her version of the dress. Do you prefer the red carpet or the runway version of this gown?
Phenomenal! I love this Elie Saab gown, it’s a flattering and eye-catching color and the bodice keeps it from being too simplistic of a style.
It’s certainly a “Katy Perry dress.” A little bit bubble gum and a little bit prom-y, but can you imagine anyone else in this dress?
These gorgeous striped wonders are the Christian Louboutin ‘Armadillo Bride’ Leather Pumps. I want them. The end.
Fine, these beautiful shoes were worn by Miley Cyrus, but to be honest they were the best part of her outfit. By a long shot.
Jean Paul Gaultier jacket & Jacqui Aiche jewelry
The Wanted was a sight for sore eyes and their looks covered a lot of fashionable ground – Skinny ties, wide ties, three-piece suits, shiny fabric, matte fabric, three button suits, one button suits, bow ties… Well done boys, well done.
Disney Media Networks’ International Upfront Presentation:
Fine, the carpet is purple, but the concept is the same! 🙂 Cocktail-length dresses rather than floor-length gowns were all the rage at this event, which is always a fun twist. Those of us outside the entertainment and fashion industries probably have fewer occasions in our lives to wear gowns so seeing cocktail dresses can provide us with more inspiration for our personal styles!
The back of this Naeem Khan frock is stunning. I really love interesting backs on dresses, I think it adds a little something extra.
While all of these ladies look stunning, I especially love Kerry Washington’s red Michael Kors dress. With all of the skin and plunging necklines and daring hemlines on the red carpet these days, it’s nice to see a beautiful woman in a classic silhouette like this.
The CW Network’s New York 2012 Upfront in NYC:
Yes, this is sort of ridiculous and virtually no one could pull this off… But that being said, she looks pretty amazing. It’s risky and she was fearless enough to give it a try, so I say brava!
This is a pretty striking look for a floral maxi. The color and fit are quite flattering on her and the loose updo is perfect. I think that perhaps a clutch would have been a better choice than this over-the-shoulder bag, what do you think?
“Snow White and the Huntsman” Photocall in Berlin:
Separates are rare on the red carpet because there’s more room for error, but there are no errors here! This Alexander Wang skirt and Rag & Bone top are great together, she looks chic and fashionable. And those shoes are great!
This 10 Crosby Derek Lam dress is a fabulous choice here and chain link belt makes it edgy and gives it a unique twist. Now if only she didn’t look so miserable…
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I hope that whet your appetites for the upcoming Cannes posts!
May 22, 2012 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: 10 Crosby Derek Lam, 2012 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Alexander Wang, Alexander Wang Skirt, Ankle strap heels, Berlin, Billboard Music Awards, Blumarine, Blumarine gown, Carrie Underwood, Chanel bag, Charlize Theron, Christa B. Allen, Christian Louboutin sandals, Cristina's Blog, Disney Media Networks’ International Upfront Presentation, Elie Saab, Ginnfer Goodwin, Ginnifer Goodwin, Hannah Montana, Jacqui Aiche jewelry, Jaime King, Jean Paul Gaultier jacket, Katy Perry, Michael Kors, Miley Cyrus, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, Naeem Khan, New York Fashion Week Fall 2012, Oscar de la Renta, Oscar de la Renta Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear, Preen, Proenza Schouler, Prom dresses, Rag & Bone top, red carpet style, Shenae Grimes, Snow White and the Huntsman photocall, Stripes, style.com, Summer white, Taylor Swift, The CW Network’s New York 2012 Upfront in NYC, The Reformation dress, The Wanted, Tom & Lorenzo: Fabulous & Opinionated | 1 Comment
What better way to start a week off than some great sartorial inspiration? It always gives me a little lift when I see well-put together outfits, it also motivates me to put in some added effort when it comes to my personal style choices.
What about you? If you see some great looks does it motivate you to be more creative when you’re putting together and styling your daily outfits?
This is a great example of on of my favorite ways of putting together an outfit – Camille Over The Rainbow is a master of high-low dressing. Zara, Asos, and H&M pieces paired seamlessly with a gorgeous Celine handbag.
This is just stunning. I love the unique combination of dramatic animal prints, reptilian leggings, and the sheer fabric of the blouse. It is certainly eye-catching!
She’s also carrying the Celine bag that seems to be the It Bag for Spring/Summer 2012 and which I’ve been drooling over for months. It’s a great choice because it’s large enough to tote around your must have’s but not so big that you’re carrying around all of your belongings. I’ve also been seeing it mostly in versatile neutral colors – white, tan, brown, and deep wine red – and this is such a classic style and shape that you know a neutral in this bag will be useable every season until the end of time!
I love everything about this look – From the cute black & white patterned day dress to the fringed cross-body bag to the adorable black framed glasses. The perfect outfit for a low-key day when you still want to look cute.
I’ve always admired Eva’s street style, she’s got a look that’s very much her own – ladylike with a unique twist, like her blue sunglasses here. This is a really cute sundress in a flattering pattern and length, a great look for warm Summer days.
If you’re going to go for an all-black outfit take a cue from model Daiane and keep your look interesting with a statement necklace and a great bag. Accessories can do wonders!
A standout jacket is a great way to finish off a look. Even in summer you can throw on a lightweight coat, like this gorgeous Kenzo version, and you’re ready for anything!
Could this look scream Summer more? It’s bright, fun, and a little bit sassy. I’m a sucker for shirtdresses and I really love her choice of accessories, that large envelope clutch is divine.
If hippie’s not your style but you’re planning to head to music festivals this is a great look to aspire to – ladylike chic. A trench will still be classic whether you choose pale pink or powder blue, so you can choose whatever color suits you best. P.S. LOVE those cat flats.
Sexy Summer whites! Whites are a great way to stay cool in the Summer, night or day. Throw on some great separates and grab a sleek clutch like this gorgeous patent leather version and you’re good to go.
I really like both of these dresses. Some actresses promoting a movie with a younger co-star would feel pressure to wear clothing that’s too “young” for them, but like Elizabeth Banks did at all of the Hunger Games premieres, Charlize Theron kept it classy and age-appropriate. And I love Kristen’s belted BCBG dress!
So tell me, what has been your favorite trend this Spring? What have you not been able to stop wearing or daydreaming about lately?
May 21, 2012 | Categories: Fashion, Looks of the Week | Tags: Adelle Veronica, All The Pretty Birds, Altamira Models Off Duty, American fashion, animal print blazer, Animal prints, BCBG, Belted cocktail dress, Bohemian, boho, California fashion, Camille Over The Rainbow, Camille Tries to Blog, cat flats, celine handbag, Charlize Theron, Cheyenne Meets Chanel, Coachella, Coat, Concert fashion, Craig Arend, Daiane Conterato, Daphné Hézard, day dress, Eva Mendes, Fabsugar, floral day dress, floral sundress, florals, Free People, French style, Giambattista Valli, Giambattista Valli Haute Couture, Harley Viera-Newton, harper's bazaar, Henna Dye, Hippie, Hollywood fashion, Indonesian fashion, International fashion, Its Camille Co, Kenzo Spring Jacket, Kristen Stewart, L'Officiel's Editor-in-chief, LA Style, Ladylike, Lightweight jacket, Lookbook.nu, Los Angeles Fashion, Los Angeles Street Style, Louboutin espadrilles, Manila blogger, midi length, mixing prints, Model fashion, Model street style, music festival fashion, Music festivals, New York Street Style, Paris street style, Parisian fashion, pattern on pattern, Philippine fashion, prints, reading frames, reptilian leggings, Retro, sheer blouse, SillySmartass, Snow White and the Huntsman photocall, Spring fashion, Street style, Street style fashion, Summer style, summer whites, sundress, Tamu McPherson, Thierry Lasry shades, Topper, velvet leggings, vintage, Zara blazer | 1 Comment
The 2012 Golden Globe Awards were Sunday night and the ladies & gents did not disappoint. Join me.
One of the most talked about looks of the night was Angelina Jolie in cream & red Aterlier Versace. Whether you're a fan of hers or not, its hard to argue that this isn't a striking, head-turning look.
I love dramatic black and white gowns and I absolutely adored the sequin embellished open back of this J. Mendel dress. Such a great choice for her.
Nicole Richie was an art deco goddess in Julien Macdonald. Loved the dress. Loved the stacked bangles. Loved the stand out clutch. Would kill for the ring and earrings. Kill.
Shailene Woodley was by far the most well-dressed of the starlets her age. Her strapless Marchesa was a beautiful fit and color, I just wish she's added some bright jewelry or a flashy clutch.
The drama queen of the night was Evan Rachel Wood in a knockout green Gucci gown. Say that three times fast! The cut, the sequined embellishments, the feathery train... Fabulous.
If you'd shown me this gown prior to the red carpet, I would have assumed she was the wearer, so it is very much sticking with her style of late. Something dramatic and out of character is always nice at these more important awards shows, but I have to admit that she looks striking. No faults here!
The high in the front, low in the back hems are not my favorite, but this Christian Dior gown is breathtaking. She looks phenomenal, from her diamond encrusted headband to her strappy cream sandals. Bravo!
Haider Ackermann has been Tilda Swinton's go-to designer for the last few years and you have to admit that this combination gown/blazer suits her unbelievably well. And the fit is absolutely perfect. Love the double cuffs.
Nicole Kidman was quite a sight in studded Versace. She's been a fan of the pale, almost bridal looking gowns the last few years but I have to say that I like this one best of all of her choices lately.
Helen Mirren held her own in Badgley Mischka, outshining stars half her age. Proof that aging gracefully is where it's at!
Jessica Alba always chooses eye-catching, flattering gowns for the red carpet, but one of her real strengths is her accessories. She always has AMAZING jewelry. And these earrings and cuff are just as gorgeous as expected.
There were lots of neutrals and sequins on this year's Golden Globes red carpet and I found Miss Natalie's dress all the more striking for how much it stood out from her peers. Similar cut and style to Angelina's, but in a much more striking color combination.
This wasn't the most loved gown of the evening, but personally I couldn't take my eyes off of her. The color was divine with her skin tone and hair color, the cut suited her extremely well and it was a head turning look overall.
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Ready for some yummy men in tuxedos? Me too.
Swoon. Mr. Darcy.
Bradley Cooper looked dapper in a strandard bowtie tux & some questionable facial hair.
Personally I'm a big fan of ties over bowties with a tux so Channing Tatum's look really did it for me.
First, I have to say that I was devastated that two of my all time favorites didn’t appear to be in attendance for the Golden Globes. SOB. But in Diane and Zoe’s absence Evan brought the glamour.
- Best jewelry – Nicole Richie
- Best hair – Charlize Theron (LOVED the jeweled headband)
- Best dress – Couldn’t decide on just one. Top three: Tilda Swinton, Evan Rachel Wood and Emma Stone. With Charlize Theron & Angelina where right on behind them though.
- Best tux – Colin Firth. Of course.
Afterparty pictures later today…
January 17, 2012 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: 2012 Golden Globe Awards, Angelina Jolie, Atelier Versace, Badgley Mischka, Bradley Cooper, Channing Tatum, Charlize Theron, Christian Dior, Claire Danes, Colin Firth, Dior Haute Couture, Emma Stone, Evan Rachel Wood, Fabsugar, Gucci, Haider Ackermann, Helen Mirren, J. Mendel, Jessica Alba, Julien Macd, Lanvin, Marchesa, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, natalie portman, Nicole Kidman, Nicole Richie, Nina Ricci, Rooney Mara, Shailene Woodley, Tilda Swinton, Tom & Lorenzo: Fabulous & Opinionated, versace | 2 Comments
No time to chat, lots to see!
12th Annual AFI Awards Luncheon:
Claire Danes looked stunning in chic white Donna Karan. The belt & pumps were a great touch of color and I like how the look is low-key and elegant rather than in your face. You can always count on Donna Karan for that!
Adorable! Such a complimentary combination of colors and fabrics on her. And great shoes!
BAFTA Los Angeles 18th annual Awards Season Tea Party:
Evan Rachel Wood was quite a sight in a fitted red pencil skirt and pointy-shouldered printed blouse from Roland Mouret. I love that she unbuttoned her blouse to reveal a lacy black bra. Feisty!
Charlize Theron looked prim and proper in a gorgeous Stella McCartney dress. The pop of cherry red lipstick keeps all of the yellow from being too sweet.
Octavia Spencer was a vision in white. She accessorized perfectly with a leopard clutch, thick bangle and metallic pumps. Perfect for an afternoon tea.
Felicity Jones stood out in pale Dolce & Gabbana, the ribbon shoes and neutral envelope clutch keep it from being too plain,
The 2012 Independent Spirit Awards:
White seemed to be the color de jour in the days leading up to the Golden Globes and Miss Elizabeth Olsen was another who tried it out. I love the layering of this look, the oversized boyfriend blazer over a shift dress, paired with long necklaces. And I love love love this top handle handbag. Need!
Cinema For Peace event benefitting J/P Haitian Relief Organization:
Felicity Jones was a vision in lacy, layered Valentino. Such a beautiful dress!
The 2012 Art Of Elysium Heaven Gala:
Amber Heard amped up the glamour with this Old Hollywood knockout look from Donna Karan. She wisely let the dress take centerstage and steered away from over accessorizing.
Kirstin Dunst tends to favor looks with a bit of quirk, so while the sheer black overlay on this Valentino gown might have appeared matronly on another actress, it somehow works on her. Another reason I included this look was because her makeup looks flawless, I've never seen her look better.
The white Valentino gown that Ali Larter donned was anything but boring and her earrings and clutch really stole the show. Absolutely gorgeous.
Minka Kelly was hard to miss in bright, bright Oscar de la Renta. The basic silhouette of this gown and the simple gold accessories were important since they let the extraordinary color of the fabric take front and center.
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Sorry to tease, I’ll be back later today with the Golden Globes!
January 16, 2012 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: 12th Annual AFI Awards Luncheon, Ali Larter, Amber Heard, BAFTA Los Angeles 18th annual Awards Season Tea Party, Charlize Theron, Chloë Moretz, Chloe, Cinema For Peace event benefitting J/P Haitian Relief Organization, Claire Danes, Dolce, Donna Karan, Elizabeth Olsen, Evan Rachel Wood, Fabsugar, Felicity Jones, Kirstin Dunst, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, Octavia Spencer, Oscar de la Renta, Roland Mouret, Stella McCartney, The 2012 Art Of Elysium Heaven Gala, The 2012 Independent Spirit Awards, Tom & Lorenzo: Fabulous & Opinionated, Valentino, Versus, W Magazine’s 69th Annual Golden Globes Award Celebration | Leave a comment
Over the past week and weekend the stars gathered en masse for premieres, red carpet events, store openings and film festivals. Now pull up a cocktail and join me for some eye candy.
Haywire premiere in Los Angeles:
The color of Matt Bomer's suit couldn't be more ideal and the fit is perfect. As it should be since the man lives in these skinny suits on Blue Collar. What makes this stand out to me is the tie, a really nice choice.
Channing Tatum looks nice in this muted blue plaid suit. The coloring works well for him and I like that the pattern gives the suit a little something extra.
23rd Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Red Carpet:
Shailene Woodley's look is cute, flattering and age appropriate. What more could you ask for?
I know that I already featured this dress, um, yesterday - but I couldn't help it. The whole look is simple, sleek and sexy - absolutely ideal.
Variety’s Indie Impact Award & 10 Directors to Watch brunch:
Charlize Theron wore a beautiful Reed Krakoff dress while she was at a luncheon in Palm Springs. A really great choice for an outdoor event in nice weather.
Nation Board of Review Awards Red Carpet:
Keira Knightley looked adorable in lacy black Nina Ricci. I love that it's chic and fashiony, but low-key. You could almost wear flats with it!
Michael Fassbender looked dapper in his black suit w/ blue tie combo. I'm not sure why everyone is shaving their heads but I LIKE IT.
This may be just a simple Ralph Lauren dress, but it goes to show you just how important color is when it comes to dressing. Viola Davis couldn't look any more striking!
Audi Celebrates The 2012 Golden Globe Awards:
Viola Davis wore an unbelievably flattering sheath in great metallic colors. Her hair looks really pretty here too!
Zoe Saldana looked phenomenal in this midi Jason Wu number. I like that she wore her hair up to show off the great neckline of this dress and kept the jewelry minimal. Fabulous shoes too!
The 7th Annual New York Film Critics’ Circle Awards:
I am including this look for a single reason - That necklace is TO DIE FOR. The end.
And if you’re already missing the holidays or have an unnatural obsession with Candy Canes – I don’t have a problem, I swear – make this
. Soon. Before the Candy Canes are gone.
January 10, 2012 | Categories: Fashion, Food | Tags: 23rd Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala, Angelina Jolie, Audi Celebrates The 2012 Golden Globe Awards, candy cane cocktail, Channing Tatum, Charlize Theron, Emerald pendant, Haywire Los Angeles permiere, Jason Wu, Keira Knightley, Lauren by Rslph Lauren, Mama's A Rolling Stone, Matt Bomer, Michael Fassbender, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, Nation Board of Review Awards Red Carpet, Nina Ricci, Olivia Wilde, Palm Springs, Ports 1961, Reed Krakoff, Shailene Woodley, The 7th Annual New York Film Critics’ Circle Awards, Tom & Lorenzo: Fabulous & Opinionated, Variety’s Indie Impact Award & 10 Directors to Watch brunch, Viola Davis, Zoe Saldana | Leave a comment
Need some pretty to start off your week? Me too.
I love it when celebrities wear real clothing! 🙂 Check out Kate Middleton looking adorable in Zara.
Want to make this dress your very own? Zara recently created an online shopping website so you can order online even if there’s no Zara in your city – Lace Tulip Dress
Caroline Sieber's dress here is very pretty, but what caught my attention were her shoes! I'm loving this multi ankle strap trend, its chic and fun.
While I'm not 100% sold on this color for Miss Rachel, I have to admit that she looks phenomenal. Its glamorous and retro, perfect for your movie premiere.
My favorite part is definitely the back, so gorgeous!
I completely adore Olga Sherer's outfit here, it's my ideal fall look. I especially like her blazer w/ a touch of leopard print at the sleeves.
Amber Heard has been making quite the splash lately on the Red Carpet. I love that this menswear inspired look manages to be sexy, retro and glamorous rather than androgynous.
While Elizabeth Olsen's red carpet looks may be hit or miss, her street style seems to be right on. Chanel button down and Elizabeth & James (awww) pants. How adorable and comfy do those pants look?
Coco Rocha in Zac Posen at the Letters to Haiti US Premiere. I ADORE the details of this dress and I'm so glad that she didn't shy away from jewelry, this dramatic spiked collar is perfection!
Wow. Just wow. Head to toe wow.
Garance Dore captured this great look - I love the double-breasted red coat, the wide leg plaid pants and the gorgeous tan bag.
December 12, 2011 | Categories: Fashion | Tags: Amber Hear, Ankle straps, Antonio Berardi, “Letters to Haiti” US Premiere, Caroline Sieber, Chanel, Charlize Theron, Coco Rocha, Dutchess of, Elizabeth and James, Elizabeth Olsen, Garance Dore, Kate Middleton, Marchesa, Menswear, Milk Galery, My Dress.My High Heels.My Style, Olga Sherer, Rachel McAdams, Retro, The Late Show with David Letterman, Tom & Lorenzo, Zac Posen, Zara | 1 Comment