Florence Welch In Alexander McQueen – 2012 Met Gala

There was a lot of fist pumping going on when I saw Florence Welch on the red carpet at the 2012 Met Gala, which took place in New York City on Monday night.

That’s because the British singer wore the exact Alexander McQueen Fall 2012 dress I had selected for her in my Fashion Week review.

This is the first time I have ever gotten it right, so I’m going to cherish this moment.

Florence glided down the red carpet wearing this dandelion embroidered organza tiered dress with matching embellished sandals with an armadillo heel and a classic McQueen clutch.

Now that she has worn a look from my wish list, I can honestly say it’s just as perfect as I imagined it would be.

A braided updo completed her look.

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Florence Welch In Tadashi Shoji – MSN Presents… Las Vegas After Party

After a sold out concert in Las Vegas on Saturday night, Florence Welch attended the Florence + The Machine Las Vegas After Party held in her honour by MSN.

Showing off a darker and more structural look than her traditional performance apparel, Florence appeared in a black-and-teal lace Tadashi Shoji Fall 2012 dress with a boat-neck and tiered skirt.

It seems ironic that Florence chose Las Vegas of all places to try out a new look and ditch her typical golden goddess style.

A loose updo and several rings – I count eight – complete the look.

You loved Mena Suvari in a short-and-sweet red version of this dress last week, so how does Florence compare?

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Coachella Music Festival 2012

Here is a round up some of the celebrity looks from Coachella Music Festival this weekend.

Katy Perry: The singer has finally ditched the blue hair, this time in favour of purple locks. How she still has a full head of hair I will never know. Her Ashish v-neck dress was embellished with a garden of sequined red roses. A Coach crossbody red bag, torn tights and black creepers completed her look. What do you think of the purple hair? I think it’s more workable than blue.

Fergie: The Black Eyed Peas singer is another star who managed to hit all the right style notes with her laidback, effortless festival chic look. Sporting neutral colours she wore a beige maxi dress with a sand fringed vest.. Ankle boots, shades and a beige shoulder bag completed her look. She managed to pick selection of complementary accessories without overwhelming her look. Note to Vanessa Hudgens.

Florence Welch: The one person who was bound to get the dress code oh so right at this event was Florence. This hippie, boho style of dressing is basically her true off-duty style. She wore a Vilshenko Spring 2012 floaty maxi dress which is part paisley print and part floral with a v-neckline. The unexpected addition to her earthy look was a Dolce & Gabbana metallic woven raffia bag.

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Florence Welch In Naeem Khan – The Teenage Cancer Trust Show

Florence + The Machine performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London last night, for the Teenage Cancer Trust show.

Lead singer Florence Welch stunned once again in Naeem Khan.

Wearing a long-sleeve bronze lace wrap-front gown from the designer’s Fall 2012 collection, Florence was radiant.

The Florence and Naeem Khan relationship has been a long-standing one. Usually she picks one of his stunning flowing pieces with movement, but this more fitted number is just as beautiful.

Many of you have commented on your dislike of center-parted hairstyle, so you’ll be pleased to see that she opted for a chic braided style for this occasion.

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Florence Welch In Moschino – NME Awards 2012

Florence Welch took to the red carpet on Wednesday night for the NME Awards in London.

You have long grown tired of Florence wearing neutral colours and kaftans’, so how do you feel about this all-over floral-print Moschino Spring 2012 suit?

I love the print, but I’m not sure about the overall look.

As someone who is 5ft 11ins tall with long arms and legs, I’m on a constant quest to find pants and sleeves that are long enough to fit just right without my clothes looking like the shrunk in the wash.

Whilst this is a great look for Florence, it just feels a tad small which is surprising considering the leggy model manages to make this look work.

This is mostly Florence’s fault due to the turned up sleeves on her blazer and her chunky shoe choice.

I’m also missing the black satin bow-tie which perfected the look.

Love or loathe?