Stacy Keibler In Rebecca Minkoff – Tracy Anderson Flagship Studio Opening

Stacy Keibler In Rebecca Minkoff - Tracy Anderson Flagship Studio Opening

Apparently it was a gathering of hot bodies, as Stacy Keibler joined Gwyneth Paltrow on the red carpet at the opening of the Tracy Anderson Flagship Studio in Brentwood, California yesterday evening.

She wore a Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2013 dress, which features the same mix of jacquard and eyelet panels we saw on Ashley Tisdale’s ensemble earlier this week.

Stacy’s figure-hugging dress with a sexy silhouette, contrasting banding trims, and cut-out back was styled with nude Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.

A red pout and luscious golden waves provided the finishing touches to her look.

You may remember that Hilary Rhoda wore this same dress back in November last year.

Rebecca Minkoff Elvi Eyelet Dress

You can buy Stacy’s Rebecca Minkoff dress from Shopbop.com.

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10 thoughts on “Stacy Keibler In Rebecca Minkoff – Tracy Anderson Flagship Studio Opening

  1. Charlotte

    I didn’t like it on Ashley Tisdale, and I don’t like it here.
    The red lips are not great on her.

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  2. Rebecca Z

    The dress is cute but unremarkable. It looks good on her, but might be a little young. She has a killer body and is a pretty but not beautiful woman. If the goal is to show off her shape,she achieved it, but it’s is kind of boring.

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  3. EmmaWoodhouse

    I like it from the front, but from the back it looks like a thick strapped bra. The print is pretty on her, though, and the sandals, hair and makeup are good.

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  4. TeaAtTwo

    I like the dress over the bustier. Red sandals/ natural lips over red lips/nude sandals would have been nice.

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  5. Alicat

    Better choice of shoe than Ashley Tisdale. The fit is perfect and she knows it! She looks fantastic.

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