Last night’s red carpet was slightly disappointing given that the most color we saw was the carpet itself. I did love the strapless theme that seemed to transcend across the carpet on almost every dress and I also loved seeing so much sparkle! While this wasn’t my favorite red carpet of the season, I do have some favorites. Who are your picks for best dressed? Share with us below in the comments!
White Hot: Jennifer Lawrence and Charlize Theron both stunned in Dior Couture. Jennifer Lawrence looks like a fairytale princess in a full trumpeted skirt underneath a form fitting bodice while Charlize Theron chose a white peplum dress with a sexy v-cutout and trailing tail. J’adore them in Dior for sure!
Samantha Barks kept it super simple in a little black dress but it is SO working for her. She looks gorgeous in a simple gown with minimal makeup and delicate jewelry.
All Aboard: I appreciate a good train on the red carpet and I think Jennifer Garner and Amanda Seyfried pulled it off. I am loving Jen Garner in this plum silhouette and organza tail. Amanda Seyfried also looked fabulous in her embellished mermaid gown and pulled back up-do.
Adele was nothing short of ravishing in a sparkling black gown by Jenny Packham. The almond-shaped nails, the Bardot eyes… She’s fabulous.
Shine Bright Like A Diamond: Does Sandra Bullock ever disappoint us on the red carpet? I instantly fell in love with her Ellie Saab gown with its intricate details and small train. She also rocked a statement hair clip that made all of E! Fashion Police swoon. Naomi Watts was everything in this futuristic cutout Armani Prive gown that literally looked like it was encrusted with diamonds. Who doesn’t love a little sparkle on the red carpet? Nicely done ladies.
Does Halle Berry never age?! She looks amazing in this Versace gown with structured shoulders and sparkly stripes. The chic cutout in the front and sheer sleeves really make this dress a standout on the red carpet for me. I’d have to say… Halle Berry is my pick for Best Dressed!
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