Emmy Rossum's new movie, Beautiful Creatures, is out, so the actress jetted off to Mexico City to promote her latest project in style. For her photocall duties, Emmy exuded vintage glamour in a white lace Thomas Wylde dress with long sleeves and matching white strappy Rene Caovilla sandals, then finished off with Swarovski silver crystal earrings and a bold pink lip. For the red carpet premiere, Emmy stuck to her ladylike silhouette, but this time opted for a rich red color with a chiffon pleated Zuhair Murad number. Sparkly chandelier earrings, a matching cuff bracelet, and tan snakeskin pumps rounded out her bold look. Both picks fuse ladylike with glamour, but which do you love more?
Welcome to our latest edition of CelebStyle's top stars of the week. This week our fashionable crew took their star-studded looks to new heights via bold pumps, neon accessories, and ample texture. Naya Rivera played with colors in a high-waisted cobalt H&M skirt and neon-yellow Giuseppe Zanotti pumps, Miranda Kerr was the epitome of Summer chic in a coral A.L.C. cutout number and printed Balenciaga sandals, and Alessandra Ambrosio amped up her beach-babe look in a sheer fringe cover-up. Anne Hathaway, Blake Lively, Krysten Ritter, and Jessica Biel sported noteworthy ensembles of their own, too. Cruise through to get a closer look at our favorites this week, then shop their looks for yourself.
What's more fun than the Great American Pillow Toss? Scoring the entire Rebecca Minkoff outfit Krysten Ritter wore to it! For the Detroit event, the actress donned this Rebecca Minkoff ikat tank ($178), white eyelet skirt ($198), and neon straw clutch — still available in pink and orange ($137). She then finished off her sweet sunny style with teal Rene Caovilla peep-toe pumps ($429, originally $780), navy shades, and Adina Reyter rectangle chain earrings ($65). Shop Krysten's entire look now to wear for your next daytime affair or spice up her ladylike miniskirt with a leather top and pumps for a night out.
Award season is in full throttle, and we can't get enough of everyone's ravishing red carpet looks. The Screen Actors Guild Awards gave us another opportunity to see our lovely ladies working their stuff in an array of bountiful white magic and sensational gowns. Accessories were diverse, ranging from colorful jewels to killer heels. Do you know who wore what? Take my quiz to test your skills!
You would think an actress with free designer duds at her disposal would wear high end to the launch of Samsung's Blackjack II, but down-to-earth Eva Longoria opted for an Armani Exchange Drape Front Dress. I love the rich, bronze hue and her rhinestone spiral sandals. Way to make something so inexpensive (it's on sale for $70!) look so red-carpet chic.
Some may think that selecting the perfect heels for their big day is simple because, in many cases, guests will never see their feetsies. With the new brides choosing dresses with funky fabrics, dramatic hemlines or feet-exposing lengths, it has become more important than ever to find the shoe that not only fits, but the one that complements the dress. After all, don't you want to put your best feet forward in stunning heels? Here are our recommendations.
For Dramatic Hemlines:
Rene Caovilla Fleur Sandals, $970.
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