Kristen Bell normally impresses me with her outfit choices. She tends to be bold without being over-the-top. But I'm not sure how I feel how the embellished cutout dress she wore at a party in Maui. It's definitely one of the most daring cuts I've seen her in, but not the most flattering. It features a low V neckline, plus cutouts right below the bosom. Succumbing to the relaxed Hawaiian vibe, Kristen wore tie-up gladiator sandals instead of high heels. I need help deciding, is this stylish or not even?
No one can argue Alexis Bledel is a serious cutie. She stepped up her style at the Tribeca Film Festival in a cutout Cushnie et Ochs LBD. The cutouts are subtle enough and this look is far from tarty. Her swirly black embroidered Sergio Rossi sandals also provide a peekaboo illusion. Pulled-back hair, modern Sasha Primak jewelry, and a black clutch keep all eyes on those cutouts. What do you think — does Alexis pull it off?
Are you into cutouts? I am. They're a fun way to stand out. Hence, I set out to find a unique cutout top for those who share in my crush. My search led me to this Jordache Red Sweater With Cutout Shoulders, size small/medium, which reminds me of Agyness Deyn's red cutout top. I would wear it sans belt, with sleek black skinny jeans, and cool patent booties.
Buy it now for $24.99. May the quickest woman win!
Whoever this Victoire character is, she is one lucky girl to have a stunning shoe collection dedicated to her. Perhaps it's Princess Victoire of France, or maybe it's the concept of victory. Either way, designer David Giordano has done an impressive job at creating killer footwear for women who can handle height.
The New York City cobbler draws inspiration from Dries van Noten and Alessandro dell'Acqua, hence the avant-garde quality of his work. We've seen cutouts, but this Pour La Victoire Bianca Cutout Platform Bootie ($292) executes it with such softness. I'll take that. And that, and the others.