Red Carpet | This Week’s Best Dressed!

While Rihanna was hands down best dressed at the Grammy awards on Sunday night, she was not the only one bringing fierce fashion to the red carpet this week!

Let’s start off with Miranda Kerr; leave it to the Victoria’s Secret angel to look like a million bucks even in the simplest of outfits. Miranda hits a press event in her native Australia in a simple, yet girly LBD and fun ankle strap floral heels and her signature bright smile!

 

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Image from People.com

Mila Kunis hit the red carpet last night in Los Angeles for the premiere of her new movie, Oz- the Great and Powerful in a Dolce & Gabbana cream and lace feminine gown, Sutra earrings, and silver Christian Louboutin peep toes.

 

Mila Kunis
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Zoe Saldana knows how to make cutouts look classy and she does just that in a cream strapless dress with a peakaboo cutout under the bust. She finishes her look with a red lip, Louboutins, and fun understated gold jewelry.

 

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Image from People.com

 

Whenever I see pictures of Olivia Wilde, she’s usually walking her dog or getting coffee with Jason Sudeikis in jeans, a hoodie, and a baseball cap. So it’s such a nice change to see her looking so stunning in this black and nude Talbot Runhof dress at the launch of Revlon’s luxurious color silk buttercream line. Her Nicholas Kirkwood peep toes scream sexy sophisticated and her natural hair and makeup let the dress shine even more!

Image from Eonline
Image from Eonline

 

For the premiere of her HBO documentary, Life is But a Dream in New York City, Beyoncé makes a classy entrance in an Elie Saab Fall 2012 Couture gown. Awkward pose aside, B is simply beautiful in this glittery champagne gown, blown out straight locks and Laurraine Shwartz jewels. All these elements make Beyoncé look like a dream and that’s why she tops the best dressed list for this week!

 

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Image from People.com

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