Here are my favorite looks from this past week.
Maria Menounos in Notte by Marchesa
Dita Von Teese in Maria Lucia Hohan
Jessica Szohr in KaufmanFranco
Francesca Eastwood in Romona Keveza
Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace
I hope that you have a wonderful weekend. My kids' last day of school is on Tuesday, but football starts on Monday. I can't believe that the school year is finally over.
And, tell me, who had your favorite look of the week?
Maria Menounos is one of the most consistent celebrities on the red carpet.
And by consistent, I mean that she consistently well-dresed. The television personality wore a Marchesa gown for the occasion. The gown was done in a bright blue, and I love the sleek shape. The dress was held up with an embellished yoke. It was perfect.
The half up-half down hair style allowed for the neckline to stand out.
Here were others that stepped to the grey carpet for the Hollywood premiere of the latest Star Trek installment.
For an event held in the spring, this red carpet was really dark. However, I still managed to find my top looks from the event.
Jennifer Lawrence in David Koma
Elle Fanning in Lanvin
Maria Menounos in Ilja Couture
Naya Rivera in Zac Posen
Kelly Rowland in Izmaylova
Who was your favorite on the GLAAD Media Awards red carpet?
Tagged with: Zac Posen, Lanvin, Maria Menounos, Kelly Rowland, Naya Rivera, David Koma, Elle Fanning, Jennifer Lawrence, Izmaylova, Lana Parrilla, Ilja Couture
This is going to shock some people, but I loved Maria Menounos' look.
This is definitely not something that I would wear, but I think that it's stunning and edgy at the same time. The back of the gown was gorgeous. The sharp shoulders and black and white fabric gave it some edge.
One thing that I do want to say is that this dress is too much for Maria's small frame. But it was dramatic and stood out from all of the rest.
Her Scarpe Greymer shoes were perfect for the dress.
I love the hair, but the part should have been on the side.
A. Even though the gown overwhelms her frame, I can't help but to still love it.
Over the weekend, QVC held a style event.
Miranda Kerr in Burberry
Here were other looks from the Academy Awards red carpet.
Naomie Harris in Vivienne Westwood
Maria Menounos in Romona Keveza
Kristin Chenoweth in Tony Ward Couture
Kelly Rowland in Donna Karan Atelier
Emmanuelle Riva in Lanvin
Maria Menounos didn't wear the typical little black dress.
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. That dress has large spikes that could probably double as a dangerous weapon. I would love this dress even more had the hemline been above the knee. Who wears an edgy, below-the-knee dress? The look was finished off with a pair of sparkle, peep toe pumps.
I loved her bouffant ponytail as it went with the vibe of the dress. I'm not a fan of the orange lipstick.
A-. Lift that hemline and put on some vampy red lipstick.
Here is part two of my Screen Actors Guild Round-up.
Angela Kinsey in Tadashi Shoji
Helen Hunt in Romona Keveza
Jessica Lange in J. Mendel
Jenna Ushkowitz in Alex Perry
Amber Riley in Christian Siriano
Jenna Elfman in Balmain
Maria Menounos in Randi Rahm
Julianna Margulies in Chado Ralph Rucci
Tagged with: Balmain, Christian Siriano, Tadashi Shoji, J. Mendel, Romona Keveza, Maria Menounos, Angela Kinsey, Julianna Margulies, randi rahm, Chado Ralph Rucci, Jessica Lange, jenna elfman, Helen Hunt, Jenna Ushkowitz, Alex Perry, Amber Riley
From head-to-toe, I loved Maria Menounos' look.
Her Nicola Finetti dress was really pretty and right up my alley. It was black with a graphic white print. The halter-style dress had a drop waist. That particular silhouette is not easy to pull-off, and she looks amazing.
Styling can make or break a look, and these accessories complemented the dress well. Her jewelry was Hearts on Fire, and the shoes were Jimmy Choo. The orange footwear gave her some much needed color.
I can even forgive her hair with that particular neckline. Barely there make-up completed her look.
A+. I love it-the dress and the styling.