Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Olivia Wilde attended the Conde Nast Traveler Celebrates ‘The Visionaries’ event held at the Alice Tully Hall in New York City on Tuesday evening.

The actress wore an Alexander McQueen chic black knee-length dress, which is her second LBD in a row – how very Jennifer Aniston of her.

Her v-neck, short sleeve dress with a lightly pleated skirt from the Resort 2013 collection was styled with McQueen accessories.

She carried a skull-clasp clutch, a waist nipping black jewelled leather belt and horn-heel pumps which probably look more interesting from the side.

This is a great dress. You can’t beat the cut of a McQueen frock, but when is she going to opt for some colour?

The last time I recall was back in April.

Olivia completed her look with a half up and half down hairstyle, gold drop earrings and neutral makeup.

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Olivia Wilde hit the red carpet at the School of Visual Arts in New York City on Thursday, for the Tribeca Film Institute screening of her documentary ‘Half The Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity’.

The actress looked very chic wearing an Alex Kramer dress.

Her knee-length, sleeveless LBD with leather trims around the neckline and a leather waistband also featured a keyhole detail.

The styling of an LBD can make or break the look.

In this case Olivia’s Angeline Lee animal -print and pearl accented cage sandals plus dangling Pearl Collective ‘Spike’ earrings are perfect additions to her LBD.

A chic updo and neutral makeup provided the finishing touches.

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Last week Olivia Wilde stopped by the Ed Sullivan Theater for a guest appearance on ‘Late Night with David Letterman’ to promote her new movie, ‘People Like Us’.

The actress appeared to be sporting a forced ombre ‘do, as she recently went blonde for a new movie she was shooting back in April called, ‘Rush’.

Taking a casual walk on the wild side, Olivia wore a tiger-print Stella McCartney tee with a black suit.

I like the idea, but I’m not so crazy about the pants. They appear to be too long. Something tapered or cropped would’ve been preferred.

Black platform heels and silver bracelet accessorized her look.

Love or loathe?

You can buy Olivia’s Stella McCartney tee from Neiman Marcus and farfetch.com.

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Olivia Wilde wore this beautiful Gucci Pre-Fall 2012 black silk strapless gown with a black crystal and sequin embroidered velvet belt detail to the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party held in West Hollywood back in February.

The actress accessorized her look with a gold choker, matching bangles and a Salvatore Ferragamo gold-and-black fold-over clutch. A high bun, cat eyes, and a nude colour provided the finishing touches.

Kelly Ripa wore the same gown last month whilst attending The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center 5th Annual Spring Ball in New York City.

The TV presenter’s gown, which was slightly modified to include thin straps, was accessorized with a black box clutch and a black peep-toes.

Soft waves and pink lips completed her look.

Olivia wins for me as I love the gold accessories, plus I prefer the gown strapless.

If you can’t decide, click on the image above to see more images of Olivia and Kelly in their Gucci dress.

Olivia Wilde managed to redeem herself, somewhat, on the red carpet on Sunday night for the ‘Deadfall’ premiere during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.

On this occasion she wore a Mason by Michelle Mason sleeveless peplum dress with a sexy lace panel.

Her fitted dress was accessorized with a gold Adina Reyter cuff and a unique pair of Brian Atwood ‘Blanco’ platform sandals with fringed details and gold chain accents which are a bit too busy for her look.

As always, the makeup is flawless, but now that she’s worn her newly dyed blonde hair down, I can safely say I don’t like it.

I much prefer her as a brunette.

You can buy Olivia’s Brian Atwood heels from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Olivia Wilde gave herself a second spot on the WDOTY list when she attended the premiere for ‘Help Wanted’ during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday in New York City.

If I was paying someone to dress me and they handed me this black floral lace Prada dress with yellow ruched bodice, and ivory skirt underlay, I would check my calendar to see if it was April Fool’s Day, because this dress is a joke.

It looks like a combination of dresses melted together in the tumble-dryer.

There is not one good quality about it and the finish is horrific. Just look at that sloppy bodice and droopy waistband which looks like masking tape.

The only saving grace is her flawless makeup, chic updo and red hot Aperlai ‘Spoky’ sandals.

I am stunned that this is a Prada dress.

The title of this movie is very appropriate: ‘Help Wanted’.

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Olivia Wilde joined Emily Blunt on the red carpet for the opening night of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival for the ‘The Five Year Engagement’ premiere, held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City last night.

The now-blonde actress wore a Yigal Azrouël Pre-Fall 2012 dress.

My first reaction to this animal-print dress was “better”.

As you know, Olivia’s red-carpet mojo has been M.I.A. for a while now, but she looked beautiful in this short-sleeve maxi dress.

Gold Ippolita earrings and a gold Jimmy Choo clutch completed her look.

Do you like Olivia’s new blonde do?

Credit: Style.com & Getty




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