26.08.14

Natalie Dormer In J.Mendel – 2014 Emmy Awards

Natalie Dormer In J.Mendel – 2014 Emmy Awards

Natalie Dormer’s use of contrasting colors made her a red carpet standout at the 2014 Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday (August 25). The “Game of Thrones” actress wore a form-fitting orange and brown dress from J. Mendel Resort 2015 that reminded us all that Halloween is just around the corner.

This was a look that was sure to please the gentlemen. Natalie’s styling included vavoom long tresses and simple but artfully applied makeup. Sophia Webster ‘Tyra’ pumps and Fred Leighton jewels were the finishing touch.

What do you think—was this look a trick or a treat?

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Natalie Dormer In Mulberry – mtvU Fandom Awards

Natalie Dormer In Mulberry - mtvU Fandom Awards

Natalie Dormer attended the mtvU Fandom Awards held on Thursday (July 24) in San Diego, California during Comic-Con 2014.

The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress, who has re-shaved the side of her hair for her role as Cressida in ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’, selected a Mulberry Resort 2015 look.

Her all-black Mulberry look freckled with red leaf embroidery consisted of a wrap jacket and a pair of neat shorts which possessed just the right amount of spark and personality for this event.

Smouldering, as she does on the red carpet, the actress styled her look with patent-leather pumps, with kohl-rimmed eyes accentuating that come-hither glare.

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Natalie Dormer In Matthew Williamson – Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Natalie Dormer In Matthew Williamson - Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Natalie Dormer attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England.

The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress wore an elegant Matthew Williamson Fall 2014 dress with an eye-catching artful star print and featuring a wrap neckline with a keyhole detail.

Keeping the accessories simple so as not to upstage the dress, she styled the look with a black clutch and black sandals.

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05.02.14

Natalie Dormer In Roksanda Ilincic – InStyle Best Of British Talent Pre-BAFTA Party

Natalie Dormer In Roksanda Ilincic - InStyle Best Of British Talent Pre-BAFTA Party

Natalie Dormer joined Anna Friel on the red carpet at InStyle magazine’s ‘The Best of British Talent’ Pre-BAFTA party held at Dartmouth House on Tuesday (February 4) in London.

The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress wore a Roksanda Ilincic Spring 2014 short-sleeved dress with a front vent, inspired by Josef Albers’ bold colour-blocked artwork, in shades of orange, blush and black.

Opting for black Nicholas Kirkwood pumps, she further pepped up the look with a multi-panelled orange-and-gold-tone ‘Put A Ring On It’ clutch courtesy of Stark.

What happened to the part-shaven hairdo she dramatically debuted at the SAG Awards? It would appear that she has simply flipped her hair over the right side.

Kohl-rimmed eyes and a pink lip rounded out her less dramatic, yet chic look.

Stark Put A Ring On It Clutch

You can buy Natalie’s Stark ‘Put A Ring On It’ Clutch from Selfridges in black-and-gold and silver-and-gold.

19.01.14

Natalie Dormer In Marios Schwab – 2014 SAG Awards

Natalie Dormer In Marios Schwab - 2014 SAG Awards

Natalie Dormer certainly brought her own shock-and-awe factor to the red carpet of the 2014 SAG Awards on Saturday (January 18) at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress showed off a drastic new, half-shaven ’do, complete with a French braid in the back.

Although her boundaries-pushing, blonde hair was undoubtedly front and centre, she made sure her style followed suit in an edgy look from Marios Schwab’s Spring 2014 collection.

The contoured white gown was punctuated by black, cage-like netting that wrapped around her arms and back.

Keeping the rest of her styling on more minimal terms, she accessorized with a simple black clutch and sandals, along with a nude, barely-there makeup look.

That said, an ear cuff was a near requirement here, what with that newly exposed left side.

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