Best Dressed Of The Week
Posted by Catherine Kallon on March 15th, 2013 In:
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Kasia Smutniak and Joseph Gordon-Levitt win for me. I loved Kasia’s polished look, and Joseph’s sleek suit.
I’m surprised to see Zoe, I thought that other looks from the stylist’s luncheon (such as Nina and Dianna) were better dressed. My runners up are Kirsten and Nieves. I liked Adrianne’s boldness in her marigold suit, and Zhang’s jacket. Best shoes of the week go to Nieves.
James and Gerard are close runnersup to Joseph.
Have a great weekend, FC!
Selena Gomez and Joseph Gordon-Levitt for the win.
+1 – same for me.
I love the colour and variety of looks this week!
Jessica Alba was a close second. Such a great street style look.
My second was Blake Lively. I know a lot of people didn’t like the PVC panel, but I thought it added a lot of interest to the look.
Olivia Wilde is my winner this week, without a doubt.
Selena’s dress is gorgeous but way too mature for her. Vanessa was completely overwhelmed by the hideous bulky feathered skirt and the beaded top made her look boxy, she simply doesn’t have the height and physique to pull off this gown and tried way too hard and failed.
The Au Hameau slingbacks on Nieves would’ve worked perfectly with her other delicate lace Zuhair Murad dress but not with this one.
Men: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, followed by Gerard Butler.
Eva Longoria (deja vu or not) looked absolutely amazing in that gorgeous red John Galliano gown, I’d take her red gown look over Selena’s who doesn’t have the mature sex appeal to carry it off and would’ve much preferred to see Eva here instead of Zoe in the tablecloth and out-of-place shoes.
Yes! Eva absolutely nailed it in that gown. If she had been a candidate, I would have voted for her as my number one.
Choosing Jessica Alba for my runner-up, her look is chic and beats Adrianne Palicki easily for me whose look is rather typical and simplistic – the sameish type of cropped pant suit teamed with a white top/blouse and pumps – it’s a standard formula done in slight variations over and over, it’s a very good look for Adrianne surely but I don’t understand why suddenly this much excitement about it, it’s a bit excessive imo. Jessica brought something a bit more interesting to the table, her stylist did a fabulous job putting it together.
Absolutely love that gorgeous top on Zhang but pairing it with shorts wasn’t a good idea, too bad, this could’ve been a solid chic look, cropped pants would’ve made it look much more chic and sophisticated. Blake’s look is adorable, I quite liked it, but it’s not a winning look, and I think Kirsten’s black look is a bit too mature/aging for her.
On the side note, I remember how Gerard Butler did his black-on-black look and looked so much sharper and cooler than James.
Kirsten Dunst, for me. Fantastic dress and perfect styling. Olivia Wilde and Kasia Smutniak are tied as runner-up.
Gerard Butler gets my vote on the men’s poll.
Men- between Joseph Gordon-Levitt or Gerald Butler.
Was thinking Nina Dobrev in Maxmara but as she’s not on the list I’ll have to reconsider.
Olivia Wilde in Gucci and Ryan Reynolds in Gant Rugger.
None of the above
Adrienne Palicki in Moschino C&C is easily my favorite. It’s a wonderful outfit for a transition from winter to spring — when you’ve got the height and the coloring to make it work, as she does.
Olivia Wilde would be a very close runner-up.
I’d pick Selena Gomez as third. I can see why some think the dress would be better for someone more mature, but I think she makes it her own and lends it a certain sweetness and femininity. Or maybe I just think she looks great in red!
Blake and JGL for me. I always appreciate them making red carpet appearances because it’s so far in between.
Kirsten Dunst in Proenza Schouler was the best easily!! some of the pics this week surprise me
Looking at the Best Dressed Man category makes me miss Eddie Redmayne. That’s not to say that the looks of the men available weren’t good, but Eddie Redmayne is flawless.
I would so love to own that Carven dress.
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