Jaime King In McQ Alexander McQueen – Vanity Fair And Juicy Couture Celebration Of The 2013 Vanities Calendar

Jaime King In McQ Alexander McQueen - Vanity Fair And Juicy Couture Celebration Of The 2013 Vanities Calendar

Jaime King joined Brooklyn Decker and Kate Mara on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture Celebration of the 2013 Vanities Calendar last night at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

The ‘Hart of Dixie’ actress wore a McQ Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2013 dress.

Her mesmerizing kaleidoscope-print dress was teamed with solid black accessories, including McQ wedges and a metal-clasp belt from the Spring 2013 collection.

Jaime completed her look with a hot-fuchsia-pink lip colour which I love: it’s complementary without being too overbearing for her colourful dress.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

10 thoughts on “Jaime King In McQ Alexander McQueen – Vanity Fair And Juicy Couture Celebration Of The 2013 Vanities Calendar

  1. EmmaWoodhouse

    Though pink, black and orange can seem a harsh color combo to me, Jaime really pulls it off here. She looks fun and fresh. Just wish the skirt was longer.

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  2. Nat39

    A bit too short for her, would prefer to see this adorable outfit (esp. with those wedges) on someone less mature, someone like Hailee Steinfeld perhaps.

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    1. Marybeth

      Agreed. In fact, my first thought was how cute this would look on Ariel Winter. (Likewise with Hailee Steinfeld, now that you mention it.)
      It’s a great look for someone younger.

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  3. Anne

    I think the extra wide belt makes this appear shorter than it already is. I love her shoes, but they belong in the office rather than a red carpet event.

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  4. Jocelyn

    Well, I hope the skirt is longer, it’s a little bit strange at there. Her smile is a little bit creepy as well.

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