There's No Way Around It — This Week's Top 10 Is Just Plain Pretty

Mar 16 2014 - 8:00am

Sometimes pretty is enough. So was the case for this week's best dressed stars, who did their best to put a smile on our faces with lovely, feminine designs.

Leading the charge was Emma Watson [1], whose Wes Gordon [2] gown got a ladylike boost when she turned around to reveal a bow in back. When embellishments weren't applied to drive the point home, stars like Kristen Bell [3] and Jennifer Connelly [4] depended on a girly color palette, and both were pretty in pink. See all the looks we loved on some very chic ladies.

Kristen Bell

After taking a more dramatic approach for the NYC Veronica Mars premiere [5], Kristen softened things up in a pastel J. Mendel design on the film's LA carpet.

Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett was lovely in Armani [6]'s lace peplum when she attended the Captain America: The Winter Soldier premiere.

Olivia Munn

Olivia doubled up on the pretty with a garden-party-ready cocktail dress and sweet satin accessories at The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo [7]'s luncheon.

Emma Watson

As if she didn't look elegant enough from the front [8], Emma turned to reveal a dramatic bow on her Wes Gordon [9] gown at the Berlin Noah premiere.

Stacy Martin

Stacy put a cool spin on pretty at the Nymphomaniac: Volume I afterparty in a girly Miu Miu [10] shift.

Jennifer Connelly

Rarely does pink look as tough as it did when Jennifer picked Givenchy [11] Haute Couture's hue for her Mexico City Noah premiere.

Emmy Rossum

Delicate accessories made what could have been a modern red carpet look for Emmy a classic one instead.

Dianna Agron

What does one wear to celebrate the ultimate lady? In Dianna's case, she chose a printed Carolina Herrera [12] gown for the designer's gala.

Karlie Kloss

Taking the same style cue, Karlie showed her model form when she stepped out in Carolina Herrera [13]'s cool mint gown.

Camilla Belle

Camilla worked 50 shades of beige when she arrived at a Salvatore Ferragamo [14] event in the label's soft gown.

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