Normally there is always something I dislike about what Miley Cyrus wears, but on this occasion I can’t hate. I think it’s the right mix of her being stylish, young and fun. Something I don’t think I’ve ever said about her look before.
I’ll let you decided on the age appropriateness of this look, but for me it’s not too cheesy, she’s not 16 going on 30, and the leather jacket adds a bit of youth to her fringed teal Alberta Ferretti Spring 2009 dress, with a fringed rope belt.
Oh Taylor, please rub off some of that tremendous style and grace you possess, to your BFF.
Taylor Swift stamps her claim for a a spot on the Best Dressed list, by arriving at the premiere looking outstanding in a black beaded strapless Naeem Khan Fall 2009 dress.
She completed her stunning look with Christian Louboutin Bow T Dorcet heels, and a black Mary Norton clutch.
It was Miley’s night, but Taylor stole her crown.
Emily Osment’s Faviana black one shoulder dress, has a floral embellishment which cascades down the front of her dress and across the bodice.
I do like the dress, as I’m impressed she carried off all that detail, but I really don’t think the shoes are a good fit.
Demi Lovato gets the prize for being the worst dressed at this event. The skirt of that dress looks like ringlets.
How very bizarre. Plus the make-up is not working for me either.
Vanessa Williams never lets me down. She wears another burst of colour on the red carpet with this sunshine yellow ribbed sheath dress.
Her turquoise necklace, nude heels and multi-coloured Carlos Falchi clutch complete the look.
Melora Hardin wore a spring chic Rafael Cennamo white v-front dress. The dress, which she wore with purple peep-toes, was embellished with a light blue floral belt.
She completed her look with an ostrich feathered Mary Norton bag with gold chain strap.
Teri Hatcher goes casual wearing a gorgeous pearl embellished tank with dark wash jeans.