For most of us, dressing for a day out shopping involves our favorite lived in jeans and maybe a t-shirt. For stylish star Katie Holmes, a day out shopping calls for a sweet tie neck blouse, distressed skinny jeans, and suede booties.
We love that with a switch of her jeans this look would totally go from the weekend to the work week. We also love the wavy easiness of her hair and delicate post earrings.
The awards season is now in full swing, and there has been no shortage of awe inspiring dresses on the red carpet. Some of those dresses getting the awe inspiring gazes aren’t getting the attention for their beauty, but rather for their shock value. The prime culprit of the shocking dresses? Plunging necklines.
January Jones, in Versace, Lea Michele, in Oscar de la Renta, and Sofia Vergara, in Roberto Cavalli, are just some of the stars that wore one of the aforementioned plunging neckline gowns on the red carpet. We happened to like all three looks, but other fashion lovers and critics have taken to their TV shows and blogs to diss the looks. January has probably caused the most commotion with her plunging neckline and her cutouts.
Tell us what you think: Did these ladies go too low? Can certain body types get away with this look, or do you think stars should think twice about this look across the board?
We love, love, love Rachel Bilson in this Burberry halter dress she wore to the premiere of her new movie Waiting for Forever. The ruffled style of the dress is young and fun, and the leather trim and detailing adds a little edge.
January Jones, left at the Golden Globe Awards, and Amy Adams, at the Directors Guild Awards, show off one of Hollywood’s newest beauty trends: old Hollywood waves. With a nod to old Hollywood beauties like Veronica Lake, these ladies shine with their pretty coiffed looks.