Long dresses and short numbers are the hot picks for celebrities this month. Get inspired by their natural beauty and fashionable style.
A Coach tangerine leather mod dress from the spring/summer 2015 collection was Kate’s pick to attend the brand’s store reopening party at Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The dress is casual and painted in the colour for the next season; however, the choice of the accessories is questionable. The small delicate clutch definitely clashes with the heavy clogs. Don’t you think?
The American actress chose an autumn and winter 2014 Paule Ka black carpet dress when she showed up at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball in New York City. The white frock can easily be worn as a simple yet chic bridal gown. The ruffle along the skirt gives the wow effect. But the chunky flower ring is dispensable; it doesn’t complement the finesse of the look.
The model picked a cute black and white column gown to celebrate the closing of the Victoria’s Secret show held at Earls Court in London. To finish the look, she wore Messika’s diamond earrings and bracelet. The front split skirt is a growing trend, with casino a few celebrities having been spotted sporting the style.
The beauty landed on Middle Eastern soil to attend the IWC Filmmakers Award at the 11th Annual Dubai International Film Festival. For the occasion, she wore a forest green lace gown with grosgrain detailing from the Lanvin 2015 pre-summer collection. The long dress is an impact maker – exactly what you want for red carpet events.
Donning a feminine Louis Vuitton mini dress from the Resort 2015 collection, the actress coloured the dinner party hosted by the brand during Art Basel in Miami. A pair of Christian Louboutin pumps complemented the sassy look. The box clutch is a signature of the season.
The famous redhead opted for
the edgy New York brand Delpozo to shine at the Palm Springs Film Festival in California. Julianne wore a short coral dress with off-the-shoulder puffs, tulle pleated hem and sequined beads. The nude Givenchy sandals are the perfect final touch to the detailed garment.