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Anna Faris In Jeffrey Dodd – ‘Overboard’ LA Premiere

Anna Faris stepped out at the ‘Overboard’ LA premiere on Monday (April 30), joining Eva Longoria and Cecilia Suarez.

The actress shimmered in a Jeffrey Dodd custom rose-gold dress.

The simple strapless silhouette showed off her figure and allowed the sequined material to command all the attention.

She accessorized with Brian Atwood shoes and soft hair and makeup. It showed a confidence that she didn’t need to add extra details to the look just because.

In a nod to the film’s theme, she cheerfully posed with a captain’s hat in some photos.

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Eva Longoria’s Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame Unveiling Red Carpet Roundup

Eva Longoria’s Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame unveiling on Monday (April 16) in Beverly Hills, California brought out so many stars in support of the actress, with three more beauties joining Olivia Munn, Victoria Beckham, and Kerry Washington.

Anna Faris: I love the flirty-chic mood of this hot, bubblegum-pink Zac Posen corset dress styled in simple, sassy fashion with black Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ pumps.

Reese Witherspoon: The actress celebrated her own label, Draper James, with this flutter-sleeve, peony dress that was right in line with her conservatively sweet style personality. However, I was left wishing for a more streamlined, sleek sandal to go along with the dress instead of the ankle-tie Alexandre Birman ‘Clarita’ sandals.

Felicity Huffman: Certainly not wanting to overshadow the girl of the hour, Eva’s former ‘Desperate Housewives’ co-star kept it simple in a white wrap blouse and burnt-orange trousers.

Draper James Peony Shift Dress
Alexandre Birman Clarita Sandals

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Anna Faris’ ‘Unqualified’ Book Promotion

Anna Faris is busy promoting her new book ‘Unqualified.’ First she visited Build Series on Monday (October 23) in New York City. Then she stepped out later for an appearance on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.’

Build Series: This Sea New York Fall 2017 dress had a schoolgirl-ish charm thanks to the black and yellow-brown check pattern. Rather than promoting a twee look, the actress enhanced the mod details in the frock, teaming it with chunky black ankle boots and undoing the neck zip.

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: She opted for subdued yellow shades for her second outfit with a muted mustard Creatures of Comfort Fall 2017 dress. The shimmering style was enhanced with gold sandals. Her lack of superfluous jewellery allowed the dress’s fitted shape and tactile fabric to command all the attention.

Sea New York Combo Twiggy Dress

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Anna Faris In Marc Jacobs – 2017 Emmy Awards

Before taking the stage as a presenter at the 2017 Emmy Awards, Anna Faris was on the red carpet on Sunday (September 17) in LA.

She was radiant in this stunning Marc Jacobs magenta gown that was artfully strewn with the placement of sparkling embellishment.

It was a flattering, simple silhouette for the actress, which she complemented with her blonde waves, Sylva & Cie jewels, and a tonal magenta clutch.

The colour alone had me mesmerized.

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Anna Faris In Johanna Ortiz – ‘The Emoji Movie’ LA Premiere

Anna Faris joined Maya Rudolph for the premiere of ‘The Emoji Movie’ at Regency Village Theatre on Sunday (July 23) in Westwood, California.

Some might feel the colours of her Johanna Ortiz High Summer 2017 top and skirt are too sombre for a summer premiere, but the look is rendered in eyelet embroidered fabric which instantly gives this look a breezy feel.

There is so much flair oozing from this latin-inspired look, that it only required minimal accessorising – so Anna opted for simple Schutz ‘Cadey Lee’ sandals and swept back hair.

Schutz ‘Cadey Lee’ Sandals

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Anna Faris In Vivian Chan – Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony

Chris Pratt’s leading lady in life – Anna Faris – was also present for his Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony on Friday (April 21) in California alongside Zoe Saldana.

The actress wore a Vivien Chan Spring 2017 two piece look which falls elegantly below the knees and is punctuated with deconstructed sheer panels throughout – showcasing the designer’s experimental approach.

Opting for matchy accessories, including Giuseppe Zanotti sandals, Anna proves that sheer doesn’t always mean tacky.

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