Carey Mulligan In Lanvin – Boutiques.com Launch Party by Google

Last night in New York City, Carey Mulligan arrived on the red carpet for the launch party of Google’s new fashion venture Boutiques.com.

The British actress continues her love affair with French fashion brands by wearing a Lanvin Pre-Fall 2010 dress.

Her beautiful sleeveless jacquard animal print dress with full pleated skirt was yet again paired with the ugliest heels I have ever seen.

What is her obsession with ugly brown heels?

Those YSL pumps don’t work with the rest of her look for me and I also feel with that much print that she didn’t need that tribal necklace.

Accessories aside, I really like this dress on Carey.

“Take one thing off before you leave the house” – Coco Chanel

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Carey Mulligan In Chanel Couture – 2010 CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Carey Mulligan was one of the many stars to attend the 2010 CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City last night.

She arrived wearing a Chanel Fall 2010 Couture dress.

The chocolate sequin embroidered dress with a tiered bodice was worn with the runway cropped jacket which has a beautiful brooch detail and gold trims.

Whilst the look feels a bit too mature for Carey, I do like it from the ankles up.

Unfortunately she wore the worst pair of shoes I have seen on the red carpet in a long while.

How could she wear those suede muddy brown ankle boots with Chanel?

She completes her look with a Judith Leiber clutch.

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Carey Mullgian In Peter Pilotto – Los Angeles Times “Young Hollywood” Roundtable

Carey Mulligan continued give us a fresh youthful look at the Los Angeles Times “Young Hollywood” Roundtable this weekend.

The British actress looked very pretty wearing a Peter Pilotto Spring 2011 dress.

The dress with an abstract print and mesh yoke was worn without the chiffon print skirt and belt which the model wore on the runway during London Fashion Week.

I think she modified this look to be event appropriate.

Had she been at a Premiere I would’ve prefer the dreamy chiffon skirt.

Blue satin peep-toes complete the look.

Which look do you prefer?

The runway or Carey’s version?

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Best Dressed Of The Week – Anne Hathaway In Antonio Berardi, Carey Mulligan in Preen and Olivia Wilde In Michael Kors

The readers’ choice was a tie this week, which is not a surprise as the standard was so very high.

You guys couldn’t pick a clear winner between Anne Hathaway and Carey Mulligan.

Anne was still angelic wearing a sexy Antonio Berardi dress, whilst Carey gave us something refreshing wearing Preen.

It was at this point that many of us remembered what the hype was all about when it came to Carey’s style.

I had 3 favourites until Olivia Wilde blew them all away on Friday.

Once I saw her grace the red carpet wearing a gorgeous Michael Kors ensemble, 3 became one.

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Carey Mulligan In Preen – 2010 BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards

When I saw Carey Mulligan on the red carpet at the 2010 BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards I thought finally a youthful, fresh, interesting look.

Carey has long been dressing as if she’s much older, thus making it hard for many of us to relate to her or like her style.

Last night she became the first actress to wear a look from the recent Preen Spring 2011 collection.

I love this Preen beaded and bonded dress.

I would even go as far as saying her stone textured beaded sleeveless top and black A line skirt look better on Carey than the model.

Does Carey read my blog?

Because she wore an electric blue pair of YSL Palais pumps when black pumps would’ve been the most obvious-safest choice.

Either way I’m liking this new direction.

Sleek hair and flawless make-up completed her look.

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Carey Mulligan In Giles – 14th Annual Hollywood Awards Gala

My first thought when I saw Carey Mulligan in this Giles Resort 2011 dress at the 14th Annual Hollywood Awards Gala was, “How can Shia LaBeouf end his relationship with Carey when she’s 5 months pregnant?”

Her maroon draped Giles dress is incredibly unflattering, but I’m hoping it’s just the angle of the photo.

Either way me no likey as the dress does nothing for her.

A matching maroon clutch and violet Roger Vivier peep-toes complete this forgettable look.

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