Rachael Leigh Cook In Oliver Tolentino – 2013 People’s Choice Awards

Rachael Leigh Cook In Oliver Tolentino - 2013 People’s Choice Awards

The People’s Choice Awards are generally dictate a funkier, cocktail dress code, but there were a number of starlets who took a more glammed-out approach at the 2013 show last night, including Rachael Leigh Cook.

It is not so often that we see Rachael on the red carpet, but she took advantage of her appearance in a strapless aquamarine Oliver Tolentino design.

The sweetheart gown’s long train could have overwhelmed her petite frame, but her strappy silver Pelle Moda ‘Flirty’ heels gave her some height and she managed to carry it off.

Her silver geometric necklace added a bold note, but a dark printed Ella McHugh ‘Corinne Deco’ clutch was too heavy for the diaphanous dress.

A nude lip and sleek side ‘do finished the look.

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15 thoughts on “Rachael Leigh Cook In Oliver Tolentino – 2013 People’s Choice Awards

  1. Nat39

    This is really sweet and pretty, loving the colour and delicate flowing fabric. The clutch is way too heavy, absolutely agree, and is competing with the necklace, should’ve been a more delicate simpler complementary clutch.

  2. Moxie

    Love the gown and the shoes. She should have had the clutch or the necklace, but both is too much. And the hair… horrors. It looks like mine when I want to pull it back off my face.

  3. EmmaWoodhouse

    A small silver clutch would have perfected this look. However, other than that it is beautiful! I know that this is usually a short and sassy event, but I much prefer these elegant long gowns! The color is divine on Rachel, also, I like the necklace. The hair is a bit too simple…but it’s still one of the best of the night.

  4. Aline

    I’m really torn about this look. I love her hair and the dress and its color but, at the same time, I feel like I’ve seen this dress a million times before.


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