Best Dressed Of The Week
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Posted by Catherine Kallon on October 8th, 2011 In:
Best Dressed Of The Week
Clemence’s silhouette looks great in her dress, but I can’t get over how beautiful Kirsten dunst looks in white. She used to look kind of grungy, but this style really suits her.
This was hard but I had to go with Kristen. There is something about the simplicity that amazes me. Emma was my second choice.
Agreed on all accounts!
I agree, she’s so classy , I like form head to toe. For me, there’s no competition.
Jourdan Dunn in Roberto Cavalli, without a doubt. She is the only one who delivered that “near jaw-dropping” moment for me this week. Perfectly completed with the spectacular makeup, her look fuses with her natural exotic beauty to perfection – truly EXQUISITE!
Fan BB in Elie Saab is my runner-up.
I could say the same thing about Milla Jovovich. She looked perfect from every angle. An absolute knock out *_*
Although both Emma Stone and Kirsten Dunst looked gorgeous, I voted for Milla Jovovich in Salvatore Ferragamo. I think it was an absolutely stunning appearance of her.
same here, too bad she isn’t winning.
OMG WHERE IS TINSLEY MORTIMER IN VERSACE??
My vote was for her.. she looked stunning. So so soo Stunning!
I voted for Jourdan. She bought the wow factor. Kirsten’s Derek Lam gown is beautiful. I don’t think Rachel Bilson should be nominated this week. I don’t think her look goes together well. It looks very thrown together.
Kirsten Dunst looks flawless and effortlessly beautiful so my vote goes to her. Jourdan Dunn would be next pick, she looks amazing as well.
I voted for Kirsten, I liked Milla as well
I wished if Kimberly Walsh made it to the poll, she looked gorgeous in her Blugirl gown
But anyway, go Kirsten !
Once I saw Kirsten my vote was pretty much done.I couldn’t help but compare everyone else to her.
Wow! My vote is for Kirsten Dunst!. Very unexpected, I had to take a second look. This look really suits her.She looks beautiful. Simplicity at its finest.
Clemence Poesy in Chanel
because Fan Bingbing in Elie Saab … been there done that…
Fan Bing Bing. She always looks amazing.
Kirsten Dunst all the way. This is my favorite white dress worn on the red carpet all year. This is how you wear white without looking like a bride, washed out or tacky. She looks like a snow angel. In fact, this is my favorite red carpet look of the year!
Fan Bingbing in Elie Saab Couture .
All beautiful dresses, worn by beautiful women yet somehow, none of them have the surprising/wow factor to me. Not even Kirsten Dunst’s simple but gorgeous white Derek Lam. I think I would expect all of them at the red carpet (even though we are not so lucky as to see this standard by all contenders every week).
So Im going for Rachel Bilson. I think she makes amazing competition for the rest, considering her look is side walk.
Jourdan, Milla and Frieda were all spectacularly, head to toe gorgeous, but Kirsten’ looked utterly fresh and effortless. She’s my BDOTW.
My faves were Clemence, Kirsten and Fan BingBing. I voted for Clemence because I love the silhouette. Fan, while lovely, has worn very similar looks (by Elie Saab) before. I love Kirsten’s, but it needed a pop of color somewhere.
I would have voted for Fan Bing Bing if her Zuhair Murad look had been up but since it’s not my vote is split between Kirsten and Milla. Kirsten’s minimalism is splendid here but I’m a sucker for sparkle and glamour so I love Milla too.
So happy you are back! ;D
FC!!! Your back!!! We missed you. Glad things are up and running again .
Thank goodness your site is back up! I was having serious withdrawals.
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