Who Wore Mary Katrantzou Better…Shailene Woodley or Natalie Dormer?

Who Wore Mary Katrantzou Better Shailene Woodley or Natalie Dormer

Shailene Woodley wore a Mary Katrantzou Pre-Fall 2015 frock while promoting ‘Insurgent’ on the ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ back in March, before Natalie Dormer wore the same dress earlier this month while attending the ‘Game of Thrones’ panel during Comic-Con.

I had to go with Shailene on this one because I much preferred her shoe choice.

Shortening the dress was also a good call as the original length comes across as mumsy on Natalie.


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Comic-Con 2015 Red Carpet Roundup

Comic con roundup
The star-studded Comic-Con 2015 weekend brought out a host of other bold names for the range of parties and panel discussions in San Diego, California.

Natalie Dormer: Attending the Screen Gems panel, the ‘Game of Thrones’ actress wore a Mary Katrantzou lamur guipure lace and jacquard midi dress with blue-green embroidered accents. I like how her ponytail adds a fresh, breezy note to this darker look, but I have no words for the shoes that should have been a simple black or blue sandal if nothing else. You may remember that Shailene Woodley wore the same dress a few months ago.

Sarah Paulson: Fusing femininity with structure, this Suno cutout flared black dress was a successful look for Sarah at the Entertainment Weekly Comic-Con 2015 party. I was equally delighted to see her step outside the plain-black box with accessories including a silver Edie Parker clutch and silver Aldo shoes.

Kate Mara: Also joining the dark colour parade, Kate wore an embellished Valentino Fall 2015 design at the 20th Century Fox panel discussion. She let the mini dress shine all on its own with only minimal styling including a simple pair of black sandals and a few beaded bracelets, which I would argue were unnecessary too.

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‘Dior And I’ London Premiere

'Dior And I' London Premiere

The UK premiere of ‘Dior And I’ was held at The Curzon Mayfair on Monday (March 16) in London, England.

Natalie Dormer: The ‘Game of Thrones’ star wore a bright red Dior coat styled with Dior pumps. Even with the nipped in waist, I can’t say I’m too enamoured with this boxy silhouette, but I can imagine the piece would move beautifully courtesy of its loose cascading box pleats.

Olga Kurylenko: The Ukrainian actress also made outerwear the focus of her look, donning a green check collarless coat featuring a flared hem for a distinctive feminine silhouette. While the look is very stylish, I know many of you have an aversion to the coat and sandals combo, so this might not go down so well with the majority.

Daisy Lowe: Not getting the outwear memo, the British model worked an upscale elegant look wearing a maroon Dior wool suit. As I often find her style a tad too dishevelled at times for my tastes, I really appreciate this more refined red carpet look.

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Natalie Dormer In Sophia Kah – 2015 BAFTAs

Natalie Dormer In Sophia Kah - 2015 BAFTAs

Natalie Dormer attended the 2015 BAFTAs held at The Royal Opera House on Sunday (February 8) in London, England.

The Game of Thrones actress wore a Sophia Kah gown featuring a blue top and lace skirt with a sweeping train. Quite a dramatic look.

The design was sleek and bold. So I don’t think the blue, lace gloves were really needed.

Yoko London jewels and a sleek updo completed her look.

Thoughts on the gloves?

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Natalie Dormer In Roksanda – EE British Academy Awards Nominees Party

Natalie Dormer In Roksanda - EE British Academy Awards Nominees Party

Natalie Dormer attended the EE British Academy Awards nominees party held at Kensington Palace on Saturday (February 7) in London, England.

The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress wore a Roksanda jumpsuit cut to a contemporary silhouette designed to be bold in orange and black making this the coolest after-hours option.

Natalie opted to elongate the proportions by teaming this glamorous look with sky-high Louboutins and just a black clutch providing the finishing touch.

I would rock this look in a nanosecond (with the lookbook belt and strappy sandals) The queen of colour-blocking continues to reign supreme.

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