Halle Berry sizzles in Dolce & Gabbana at the Cloud Atlas premiere. We love the color which is somewhere between silver and lavender, and the way it flatters her figure. Although at first glance it doesn’t seem versatile, this dress would be great with a sweater over it worn as a skirt, and would also look great with a blazer and opaque tights for more casual night out.
January Jones went for a lighter take on the trend in a bubblegum pink frock by Skaist Taylor. She let the pink really stand out by adding nude ankle-strap pumps and a gold clutch.
Emma Stone went for a bolder take on the trend in a neon pink dress by Valentino. We’re loving the way it pops against her black clutch and houndstooth heels by Ferragamo.
What do you think of wearing pink dresses with matching lips? Would you try it?
We are constantly trying to figure out ways to recreate a look or a mood that we see on the red carpet into our everyday wardrobe. That’s why when we saw Amy Adams at the 16th Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala in the gown above with mesh at the bodice, we figured we could easily steal the style. After scouring the web we found some great pieces that will do the trick.
Get the look
Sweetheart Peplum Mesh Dress, $129 bebe.com
Kelly Osbourne in H&M. We love the long purple ponytail and the peplum silhouette—and the fact that it’s from H&M, which means it’s super affordable!
Eva Longoria in a bronze sheath. What a gorgeous color for her skintone, and a unique take on metallics. The corset details at the front are a fun touch.
Mandy Moore in Lela Rose. The statuesque singer shimmered and shone in this black frock with allover silver details.
What do you think of the metallics trend? Is this one you’d try?
Photos via peoplestylewatch.com.