Emma Roberts In Diane von Furstenberg – 2017 Met Gala

Emma Roberts turned the blue carpet red at the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1).

The actress wore a red Diane von Furstenberg gown with an accompanying pink DVF stole, red and pink handbag and Monique Péan jewels.

Let’s start with the good, shall we? The classic silhouette and color and impeccable fit of the gown are stunning. I’m delicate lace accents at the straps and hemline are also simply superb. However, I’m afraid the pink stole and the pearl handled bag are just too much together and officially make Emma look like a Barbie. You can’t unsee it now, can you?

I’ve always loved what a hair color chameleon Emma is, and brunette may be my favorite color for her. I also love the choice of the mauve matte lipstick with a red gown.

I can’t wait to hear though–is it just me, or does she look like Met Gala Barbie?

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Emma Roberts In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini – ‘Dabka’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Emma Roberts was also seen making the rounds at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, attending the ‘Dabka’ premiere on Thursday (April 27) in New York City.

As with her previous look, she kept with the sheer theme. However, I believe this Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall 2017 party frock will be far better received.

Rhinestone-embellished, the baby-doll dress could be taken as a bit sweet. However, I would argue that its black hue kept it from too much of a sugar rush.

A light dusting of Dana Rebecca Designs jewels along with a sophisticated, red lip helped, too.

Did this look put Emma back in good style graces for you?

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Emma Roberts In Coach 1941 – 39th Annual AAFA American Image Awards

Emma Roberts hit the red carpet on Monday night (April 24) at the 39th Annual American Image Awards in New York City.

Coachella may be over, but it seems like the ‘Scream Queens’ star is sticking to her festival style staples. Here, she wears a sheer floral ruffled dress by Coach, and Malone Souliers ‘Savannah’ pumps.

Of course, the floral prints are gorgeous, and the Coach bag from the Fall 2017 collection is a favorite, but I can’t get behind the sheer factor.  Perhaps it’s  “naked dress” fatigue.

Malone Souliers ‘Savannah’ pumps

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Coachella Fashion 2017

The first weekend of Coachella 2017, held April 14 to 16, in Indio, California brought with it a bevy of beauties clad in their free-spirited desert best for the music and arts festival.

Chanel Iman: While sometimes the fringe, highlighter hair, and other trends of Coachella can be tiresome, the model was everything you’d want festival fashion to be. Perhaps that is because her Rachel Zoe Collection look hailed from the designer queen of boho-chic herself. The ‘Kayla’ fringe coat was beautifully embroidered, but it all came together with the leather belt, MCM crossbody bag, and Chanel’s whimsical pastel braids.

Alessandra Ambrosio: Both playful and sexy, this paisley romper packed in plenty of personality thanks to the supermodel’s styling including a wide-brim hat, retro shades, and Giuseppe Zanotti black boots.

Kate Bosworth: The actress was also in a Rachel Zoe Collection ensemble, hers heavy on the casual-chic factor with its off-the-shoulder blouse and wide trousers with racing stripes down the sides. An MCM crossbody bag crisply finished the look, with a pair of embellished Roger Vivier sandals contributing to the laid-back mood.

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Emma Roberts In Markarian – Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Emma Roberts was seen on her way into a taping of the ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ on Wednesday (March 29) in New York City.

With a dark Markarian Fall 2017 dress and a rich oxblood lip, the fall season was still clearly in the air—at least for Emma.

I did love the whimsical constellation of the planet and moon motif throughout the dress and the side cutouts with tassels, which added a spirited touch to the ensemble.

Emma’s dress was styled with Tabitha Simmons ‘Isla’ mules.

Were you craving any notes of spring, or did this look’s night sky make up for it?

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