Best Dressed Of The Week – Anna Kendrick In Elie Saab Couture & Mia Wasikowska In Valentino Couture

Two petite women in big couture gowns were the winners this week.

Anna Kendrick was your favourite in her stunning Elie Saab Couture gown with a flowing train.

She’d done a 180 after disappointing many of us at the BAFTAs to look elegant in her couture gown at the 2th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards.

I loved Mia Wasikowska in her Valentino Couture gown for many different reasons.

Mostly because the gown is beautiful, but also because the gown was perfect for the “Alice In Wonderland” Royal World premiere and the star stood like she was 6ft tall in her gown.

Ashley Olsen was a close second in your affections, so it was a great week for Couture.

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Runway To “Alice In Wonderland” Royal World Premiere After-Party – Mia Wasikowska In RM by Roland Mouret

After the “Alice In Wonderland” Royal World Premiere last night, Mia Wasikowska changed for the after party for the movie.

She opted for a black RM by Roland Mouret Spring 2010 jumpsuit paired with tight and black heels.

I hate to be predictable, but I hate the tights.

By wearing tights the asymmetrical hem of the jumpsuit and a lot of the detail on the bottom half are swallowed up by the tights.

Bare legs and strappy sandals would’ve have been much more appealing imo.

Other than that this is a great look for the young actress.

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Runway To “Alice In Wonderland” Royal World Premiere – Mia Wasikowska In Valentino Couture

Mia Wasikowska walked the red carpet on a cold and rainy night in London for the “Alice In Wonderland” Royal World Premiere yesterday.

I have a feeling her Valentino Fall 2009 Couture gown may have a 50/50 spilt of love and hate.

I LOVE this gown for many reasons.

Mia looks so tall and statuesque in this gown.

She’s doesn’t get lost in it, which would have been easy to do when you haven’t got the height of Erin O’Connor or Cate Blanchett.

I think it’s the gown is perfect for the occasion as it has a fantasy element to it with the large poufy skirt and leafy embroidered details.

Mia did the right thing by letting the gown do all the talking, she didn’t make her look too fussy by adding accessories.

I’d loved to know your thoughts on this look.

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