Best & Worst Dressed of the Week
We are heading towards to the second week of November and the celebrities’ stylistic choices are getting worse and worse. Maybe there are some great and chic exceptions but style and fashion seems to have given themselves over winter’s and everyday’s hands. The only certain thing here is that however big your bank account is, two of the things that you cannot buy are… style and personality.
Charlize Theron made, like always, a very chic appearance for the Hollywood Awards Gala in Beverly Hills, choosing successfully a leather skirt and a strapless top from The Row, Mary-Kate’s and Ashley’s Olsen clothing line. The attractive actress created a perfect cocktail outfit, adding diamante-accented pumps and a Bottega Veneta clutch with red touches.
The 23years old Jessica amazes us with a colorful and ideal choice for her age. For the preview of Jason Wu’s Spring 2010 line at the Neiman Marcus she played with stripes and colors, matching a tulle top with a colorful skirt of the same designer, with purple metallic pumps and a red satin clutch from Sergio Rossi.
One of the best actresses of the generation of ’60s, Julianne Moore in a rock-chic look with one of the best winter accessories, is wearing a Calvin Klein voluminous pewter dress with black tights, T-strap heels, and an unbelievable Bulgari cocktail ring. One fresh, renewed and always in fashion presence.
Even though we know that Jennifer Lopez loves exaggeration, this look just seems a little bit too much. In the Los Angeles premiere of “This Is It” the famous singer chose a head-to-toe Herve Leger by Max Azria outfit, including a beaded dress and studded slouch boots.
The star of “The City” keeps failing in her night appearances. Here Whitney shows off her mile-long legs in a printed mini-dress and silver sandals in the Jet nightclub in the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
Saldana chose to wear for the Audi Diesel Dinner at Hollywood’s Sunset Tower leggings, pumps and a watercolor-print tunic. The whole outfit just screams one Word. Boring.