June 5, 2017

10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Red Carpet Roundup

Posted by Rachel Watkins

A number of other summer-ready stars joined Nicole Kidman at the 10th annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic on Saturday (June 3) in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Kendall Jenner: Geranium-chic is what Kendall was giving us in her adorable Dolce & Gabbana floral mini styled with a matching purse and scarf—plus a bit of ’70s funk with her white Stuart Weitzman ‘Clingy’ booties lest the mood get too precious.

Tommy Dorfman: I loved seeing this Vince Camuto look from Tommy, as it set a playfully exuberant, style-forward mood without going over the top. Pink shades, pink shoes and soles, and cropped, schoolboy trousers—he sold it to me.

Kate Mara: Innocently feminine with an undercurrent of sheer lace allure, this Burberry frock was light and lovely for the event.

Jamie Chung: This Storets sheer, floral lace dress had a dainty sensibility. But, I wish the lining underneath continued down to the seam above the ruffled skirt piece so as not to be so distracting.

Luke Evans: Looking sharp in linen khaki—complete with the creases it’s prone to develop—Luke accented the lighter pieces with a navy pocket square and matching loafers.

Priyanka Chopra
: Like Nicole Kidman, Priyanka also wore polka dots in an Altuzarra dress that she styled with a Gigi Burris hat and Gianvito Rossi platform heels for a charming outing.

Freida Pinto: Freida’s amazing, wide-brimmed aubergine hat had me at hello. But, I also loved the streamlined nature of her Elie Saab Resort 2017 jumpsuit with abstracted florals and a flattering racing stripe down the side. Nicholas Kirkwood ‘Maya Pearl’ platforms completed the look.

Nicky Hilton: Here, the design house of Monse offered polka dots done up in a graphic, geometric way with this scarf-print dress. Her dark-camel, strappy sandals wouldn’t have been my first choice, but she makes them work.

Lucy Hale: Despite the floral print that danced across this RED Valentino Fall 2017 dress, there was something rather macabre in the girly leanings of the design. The studded black-and-red belt and black sandals also darkened the mood.

TK Quan: Baby-doll dresses have their place, but this Chloe Spring 2017 frock seemed a bit too shrunken for its own good. Although the look was previously worn by Sienna Miller, you may not recognize it with the sheer shirt underneath. However, TK did carry the same Chloé ‘Nile’ minaudière, cross-body bag but in a different colour.

Keri Russell: Keri had polo perfection written all over her look, as I loved the flirty fun of her flared peplum skirt in men’s shirting stripes. By styling it simply with a white blouse, she allowed the skirt and her other accessories including a straw hat, round retro shades, and Azzedine Alaïa studded metallic leather sandals to really shine.

Coco Rocha: Coco matched her hair to her dress in a Fendi Spring 2017 design with sock-inspired heels from the Fall 2017 collection. The look did stand out for better or worse because of its darker nature, but I do like how the signature handbag puff resonated with the Veuve label and the flowers behind her.

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