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You crowned Olivia Wilde as your best dressed this week. She was back to her radiant best wearing a Theyskens’ Theory dress.

My pick was Kelly Chen. It’s not often that I use the words Dior and cool in the same sentence, but it definitely applied on this occasion.

As for the men, there was no contest. Josh Duhamel in his berry Dolce & Gabbana suit was a clear winner.

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Olivia Wilde In J Mendel - 'Drinking Buddies' Brooklyn Premiere

Following her guest appearance on ‘Letterman’, Olivia Wilde headed to the Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn, New York for a screening of her latest movie, ‘Drinking Buddies’, yesterday evening.

She looked divine wearing a racer-front dress from the J. Mendel Pre-Fall 2013 collection featuring side and back cut-outs and a full skirt with topstitch detailing, which she styled with the same nude Christian Louboutin ‘Croisilleta’ sandals she had worn earlier in the day.

I love how the dress flatters her figure with a silhouette which fits close to the body, then flares into a floaty A-line.

Which of Olivia’s Monday promo looks do you prefer?

The Clover Canyon, the Theyskens Theory or this J. Mendel?

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Olivia Wilde In Theyskens' Theory - Late Night with Letterman

Like Lady Gaga, Olivia Wilde wore a few different looks yesterday to promote her new movie, ‘Drinking Buddies’.

Following her ‘Good Morning America’ look, she headed over to the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City for a guest appearance on ‘Letterman’.

She wore a beautiful, slightly sheer white Theyskens’ Theory Resort 2014 dress with a fitted waist and breezy skirt with a shorter layer visible underneath.

Style-wise, Olivia is back on track and back to her best, and this stunning look is a testament to that fact.

Keeping the gold bracelet from her previous look, she styled her white frock with nude Christian Louboutin ‘Croisilleta’ sandals. Shimmering silver eye makeup, which drew out her eyes, and glossy lips completed her look.

Would you add or take away anything from this look? Or do you agree that it is pretty damn perfect as it is?

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Olivia Wilde In Crippin & Clover Canyon - Good Morning America

With all the commotion caused by Lady Gaga, Olivia Wilde was able to slip into the ‘Good Morning America’ studios quietly yesterday morning.

The actress was on the show to promote her latest movie, ‘Drinking Buddies’.

Opting for a more casual look to Gaga, the brunette beauty once again kept her look simple, wearing a plain black Crippin ‘Alex’ tee with a Clover Canyon ‘Gold Panther’ fitted pencil skirt, which she styled with an EF Collection gold bangle and electric-blue Jimmy Choo ‘Vamp’ sandals.

I love the effortlessness of the look, which was kept chic with her fancy footwear and glossy tresses.

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Olivia Wilde In Robert Rodriguez - 'Drinking Buddies' LA Screening

Jennifer Aniston was left to continue promoting ‘We’re The Millers’ without co-star Jason Sudeikis, who jetted home following Wednesday’s London premiere to be by fiancée Olivia Wilde’s side for the screening of her new movie, ‘Drinking Buddies’, held at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood, California yesterday evening – now that’s love.

With the title of the movie, ‘Drinking Buddies’, it was no wonder that the dress code was more casual on this occasion.

Olivia still looked stunning wearing a charcoal Bruce Springsteen ‘The River’ t-shirt paired with a black asymmetrical Robert Rodriguez Fall 2013 skirt, with a gold Cresta Bledsoe cuff, and black accessories including a Smythson envelope clutch and black pumps.

Tousled waves and smouldering kohl-rimmed eyes completed her part-rocker, part-sexy-chic look.

Wilde

Bruce Springsteen The River T shirtAmazon
Robert Rodriguez Asymmetrical SkirtShopbop.com
Smythson Envelope ClutchBarneys
Jimmy Choo Anouk PumpsNet-A-Porter.com

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