Despite having a strong disagreement about one look during the week, we both decided on one winner for BDOTW – Naomi Watts.
Her Roland Mouret look incorporated all my favourite things: an electric-blue hue, a body skimming fit and a mermaid hem. What’s not to love?
When it came to menswear, our tastes differed.
Eddie Redmayne took a strong lead for his forest-green Burberry Prorsum velvet suit, which was both suave and festive.
I opted for John Krasinski’s Calvin Klein sleek grey suit with black lapels. Had the suit not had the black lapels, I’m not sure the look would’ve won me over.
Even with her elf ears, we were swept away by Yao Chen’s Georges Hobeika Couture gown.
Some of you were put off by the fact that she chose such an elaborate gown for a daytime premiere, but the rest of us – who crave princess moments on the red carpet – instantly fell in love with her periwinkle-blue strapless gown.
When it came to the guys, our picks differed.
You opted for the handsome Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Gucci, while I was floored by how handsome Peter Facinelli looked in his Tommy Hilfiger grey suit.
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Celine Dion was the eventual winner for best dressed week for her J. Mendel Fall 2012 gown, which she wore to the Bambi Awards on Thursday.
You loved how elegant and effortless she looked, some stating that this was one of her best ever red carpet looks, and I have to agree.
We also agreed on the best dressed man of the week.
After seeing Ewan McGregor looking so handsome, charming and rugged in his Vivienne Westwood Man checked suit, there really wasn’t much competition in my eyes.
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