Jessica Chastain In Oscar de la Renta – “The Help” LA Premiere

Jessica Chastain took to the red carpet on Tuesday night for “The Help” LA Premiere.

She was radiant wearing an Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 gown.

Her plum crinkle silk chiffon strapless sweetheart neckline gown was paired with a stunning pair of turquoise earrings.

This trend of pairing plum gowns with turquoise earrings continues to be a winning combination.  

We first saw it on Cameron Diaz on the red carpet at the 2007 Costume Institute Gala and most recently on Sofia Vergara at the Smurfs World Premiere.

Blown out red locks, Jimmy Choo ‘Sierra’ platform sandals and pink matte lips completed her look.

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20 thoughts on “Jessica Chastain In Oscar de la Renta – “The Help” LA Premiere

  1. Andy

    Didn”t Blake do that combination (plum+turquoise) all the way in January and again at the Elle awards in March? I remember the commentariat complaining about it… but then again it’s Blake, complaints are nothing out of the ordinary.

  2. Maddie

    She looks gorgeous and I love her hair but the dress makes her look wider than she is, I would prefer it to be more fitted like the model’s.

  3. Paddy M

    The shape of the dress does little for her and it’s too long, but the colour of it against her skin is beautiful.

      1. Rebecca Z

        you put your finger right on it. The proportions of the dress don’t work for her and make her look dumpy–which she isn’t

  4. Parvati

    When I saw Sofia Vergara wearing that colour combination, she didn’t remind me of Cameron Diaz, but Jessica Chastain’s look instantly managed that. Despite the deja vu, she looks very pretty.

  5. mari

    She looks lovely, but the picure makes her no justice. Love the color combination and her subtle make up.

  6. jx

    hard not to instantly think Cameron Diaz. just like black w emeralds, one thinks Jolie right away. and i think the dress is too gowny for a daytime film premiere.

  7. KateS

    It’s rare to see anything genuinely new on the RC, and I continue to love the turquoise-plum combination. I like the make-up here, but co-sign with all the comments above about the questionable fit/style of the dress.


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