Red Carpet Fashion Awards

After going for a masculine look for her last red carpet appearance, Sophia Bush opted for something more feminine for the 11th Annual InStyle Summer Soiree, held at The London Hotel in West Hollywood, California, last night.

I hate to say it, as she’s one of my faves, but I’m not crazy about the look.

The actress teamed a Ted Baker ‘Margi’ mustard detailed collar blouse with a Ted Baker ‘Larinda Decoupage’ skirt, which has a beautiful floral print with a contrasting waistband, but the styling doesn’t work for me.

The black pumps are too heavy, not only for this look but for any event with the words ‘summer soiree’ on the invitation.

I’m also not a fan of the lacquered and loose hairstyle.

A heavy, dark lip colour, a selection of jewels which brighten up the look somewhat and a striped Edie Parker clutch completed the look.

Thumbs up or down for Sophia’s look?


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Bella Thorne joined Jennifer Garner on the red carpet yesterday evening for ‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green’ premiere in Hollywood, California.

The Disney star wore a Ted Baker London ‘Parisian Birdie’ print dress.

Her figure-skimming sheath dress features a pleated chiffon bodice and a solid black skirt.

We used to seeing the young star in uber girlie frocks, but this feels a lot more grown up.

Black t-bar sandals, a single silver bracelet, studded earrings, nude lippie and wavy flame-red locks completed her look.

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Here are the rest of the stars who hit the red carpet at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards on Sunday.

Victoria Justice: The young actress sported a multi-coloured animal printed halter Gomez-Gracia high-low dress with a Swarovski crystal studded leather belt. Her floaty dress was styled with a Lauren Merkin clutch, and Schutz nude pumps.

Miranda Cosgrove: At the first red carpet event to fully embrace the summer season, Miranda’s fully sequined Collette Dinnigan mini dress with crystal embellished trims feels really heavy. Her Stella McCartney black ankle strap pumps and the black clutch don’t help matters.

Ariana Grande: In the absence of Katy Perry someone had to add a quirky touch to the red carpet. Ariana looked cute as a button in a custom-painted 1950s Ladureé inspired macaroon cocktail dress, designed by Kenley Collins.

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They may not have all that much in common otherwise, but Carmen Electra and Emmy Rossum were both spotted wearing the same fitted Ted Baker peplum dress with zipper detailing.

Carmen sported the look back in January at the Hollywood premiere of ‘Underworld Awakening.’

She kept her ample cleavage covered up, and opted for champagne coloured accessories, save for a large pair of blue Eddera earrings.

Nude peep-toe Christian Louboutin heels completed the look.

Opting for a darker option, Emmy Rossum wore the dress in black in California last week for the Santa Monica Museum of Art Presents The Precognito Gala and Preview.

Emmy styled her look with Jerome C Rousseau pumps and a vintage Ralph Lauren clutch. Smooth hair and smoky eyes complete the ensemble.

Although I like this sophisticated look on Carmen, her accessories aren’t as luxe as Emmy’s.

Emmy’s sleek sophistication wins for me.

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Posted by Lauren McCarthy on March 22nd, 2012 In: Carmen Electra, Emmy Rossum, Ted Baker, Who Wore It Better?

Back in October last year, Taylor Swift did the unthinkable and wore a dress without a single sequin.

Whilst attending the Tennessee launch of her new fragrance, ‘Wonderstruck’, she wore a Ted Baker ‘Marui’ dress with a beautiful chandelier print.

The dress was teamed with tights and pumps and styled with her signature bright lips and wavy hair.

Keke Palmer wore the same dress last month when she visited Planet Hollywood on Times Square in New York.

I prefer her beige ankle-strap pumps and her overall more flirty nature in this dress, so she wins for me.

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