Ok kids, it's about that time, to bring forth the rhythm and the rhyme...sorry I take any chance to break into Marky Mark song.
It's time to vote for your favorite most wonderfulest best dressed girl at the MET Ball. Obviously it was really tough narrowing it down, but I made some tough choices and decided upon the following six ladies. I welcome your disagreements and write in votes! (Zoe Saldana and Chanel Iman were close calls!!)
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Thought we were done with the MET ball did you? Well lucky for us some ladies decided to hit the red carpet fashionably late. Giving us yet more fantastical fashions. Enjoy.
Imagine my happiness and awe when upon searching the internet for the latest in celebrity Coachella fashions, I found this picture of Camilla Belle. The happiness comes in the form of "um, she totally knocked off my look" and the awe goes something like this "what? I JUST bought that same dress a week ago!".
I happened to wear this exact floral Zara dress yesterday to a friend's birthday. And yes, I also wore it last weekend to another friend's going away party. It currently falls under the "I love my new dress I want to wear it all the time" category. And rightfully so, look how cute it looks on Camilla. It's a great dress to transition from winter to spring - it's long enough, the floral print is springy but not too flashy or bright and it's just got that 70s hippie feel that makes you want to layer and wear a big floppy hat.
While my fellow Brazilian Camilla paired the dress with chunky boots and a little crochet sweater, mine was with dark grey tights, wooden wedges and a very thin long cardigan. Have to say I like hers way better. Who knew Camilla and I shared a similar taste in moderately priced floral dresses?
sure the main event of globes night is the awards red carpet itself. but that didn't keep some of our favorite (uninvited to the big party) ladies from styling it up on the after party circuit...
Camila Belle's been on the top of my fashionista list for quite sometime and Katy Perry's slowly climbing the ranks with her sophisticated turn in designer duds that don't scream pin-up. Imagine my surprise to see these two gals sporting the same feathery Marchesa dress. Now yes this does bring back some Bjork memories, but overall the dress is fashion forward and very youthful, so who better to wear it than these two? But alas only one can win the Walk Off. Let's just hope they can both turn left. So, who do you think was spunkier in Marchesa's white feather dress?
We love when the fashion industry gives those LA girls a chance to shine. Enter Vogue and the CFDA, who hosted a fashion show in honor of the CFDA Fashion Fund Finalists over the weekend at the Chateau Marmont.