There were two clear trends at last night’s Teen Choice Awards
The girls who just wanted to have fun opted for the Mini.
Mini’s dresses were worn by the more daring like Rachel Bilson, Jessica Szohr, Blake Lively and Vanessa Hudgens, in bright colours of aqua-marine, purple and orange.
Maxi dress were worn by Sophia Bush, Hayden Panettiere, Fergie and Lauren Conrad for a more sophisticated look.
I personally prefer the mini brigade.
Jumpsuits appeared on the Spring runways in many different styles.
Stella McCartney featured 6 in her Spring collection, ranging from paisley prints, halter-necks, long sleeved, spaghetti strapped and of course the stunning floral print jumpsuit.
I was never a fan of jumpsuits. Being 5ft 11ins tall, jumpsuits have a tendency to give someone of my height unsightly camel toe, which is why I have steered clear. But with the current wave of celebrities wearing them, I have been giving the unforgiving item a second chance.
Celebrities from Angie Harmon in Stella McCartney, model Erin Wasson in Prada, Georgina Chapman in Marchesa, Gwyneth Paltrow in Stella McCartney and Emmanuelle Chriqui also in Stella McCartney have all jumped on the trend, proving how stylish this all-in-one can look.
This trend is accessible to us all at various price points. My favourite is the TopShop star jumpsuit.
TopShop Star Jumpsuit £55
DKNY Jumpsuit £155 / $225
Paul & Joe Lapaulet silk jumpsuit £355 / $405
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Wedges are set to be huge this season in the form of platforms, sandals and courts, so it is no wonder that we saw so many of them on the orange carpet yesterday, at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.
Both Ashlee Simpson and Cameron Diaz wore Christian Louboutin Passmule Patent Sandals in orange and white respectively. Jordin Sparks wore Giuseppe Zanotti Architectural Wedge Sandals with a unique cut out detail.
Holly Robinson Peete and America Ferrera both opted for gold wedges and Jennifer Love Hewitt wore multi-coloured bow wedges, to go with the bow on her dress.
It was great to see lots of colour at this years Oscars.
Red was a surprising choice with many celebrities, which was great to see as that meant the ladies were willing to stand out and take a risk with this bold colour.
I guess they took their inspiration from Nicole Kidman’s Balenciaga dress from last years Oscars.
All these woman look fantastic in shades varying from scarlet, to vermillion to crimson and Ruby.
Whilst most of the ladies wearing one-shouldered gowns rested on their right hand shoulders, Hilary Swanks dress stood out amongst the trend by resting on her left shoulder.
Diane Lane, Anne Hathaway and Hilary Swanks gowns were all beautiful embellished with beads and rosettes.
Black on the red carpet can tend to be a bit boring, as it is considered the “safe” option.
Tilda Swinton on armed Lanvin dress, Hilary Swank embellished Versace dress, Penelope Cruz’ Chanel feathered dress and Kristin Chenoweth rose underly Armani Prive dresses were not “safe”options, but Ellen Page and Lauren Linney’s were.