So it’s like 4 hours more before we’ll all leave dear 2010 and meet our new friend, mr. 2011. Lets not waste our time beating around the bush (like above) and start countin’ you lazy a$$hole!
It’s the Top 10! And it’s gonna be big!
NO.10: Sarah Jessica Parker in Alexander Mcqueen
I love big gowns with prints. The thing about it is it’s so hard to pulls off only certain people can wear it. The art of high fashion… This dress falls perfectly on Sarah and I just love that she’s having fun (other than looking incredibly stylish) wearing it.
NO.9: Dianna Agron in Carolina Herrera
It’s just beautiful. She looks demure and classy. The beading details upped the ante of the dress and her choices of accessory is just right. And to be honest, Dianna rarely failed on the red carpet. She should gave her stylist a raise.
NO.8: Michelle Williams at the Cannes
Did you see how she turned the weird dress into something cute and event-appropriate? It may have this washed-out gray colors with small flower prints but she’s far from looking dowdy. And those wedges are cute! See, I’m not a big fan of wedges (especially wooden one) but I’ve got no complaint on this one. Flawless.
NO.7: Many in mustards
Not covered in mustards, just so you know..
These three women are the walking advertisement of ‘This Is How You Work Mustards’. I just love bold colors. These women nailed their dress in their own way. Lea looking elegant in strapless gown, Odette looking age-appropriate in her off-shoulders and Diane is every inches the elegant and classy woman (as she always does) in her one-shouldered.
NO.6: Blake Lively in Marchesa
NO.5: January Jones in Atelier Versace
Screw people who say this look is a fail. Screw you who says she should have gone with a more complicated hair (see the model). Screw you guys who says she should wear a more complicated looking killa heels (again, the model). I think she looks perfect. She took risk and she score and I’m just a loser for big, shiny dresses that I’ll just ignore you guys!
NO.4: The sparkles that is the Emmys
It’s simple but it’s perfect. It’s simply perfect.
Gorgeous. I don’t know anyone else who can carry a top-to-toe gold sequin dress. I love her hair and makeups. They look lively.
Don’t fancy the hair but I just love how the sparkles detailing is located at the hem and top of the dress. It’s like, giving us a break from all that sequins.
Dreamy. She looks like a midnight sky filled with shining star.
Simply elegant, fabulous, flawless look.
NO.3: Lady Gaga in Armani Prive
NO.2: Eva Mendes in Prada
This is how you take risk people. Wisely and fab-ly. She looks absolutely gorgeous. The prints are funky and fun and I love how she can still manage to look all demure and sweet wearing that complicated-print dress. Good job, Eva. Good job.
And now……. *drum rolling*
NO.1: Cate Blanchett in weird dresses that seems to works like magic on her.
Flawless. The hair, the makeups, the soaring-eagle prints, the white lace detailing.. If I were Mcqueen, I’d be (other than dead) proud to have such stylish friends paying tribute to me (SJP, Cate, Anna Paquin).
Did you guys see how beautiful the dress is worn on Cate? It is just so… different from any other dress. And the best part is, like the eccentric-ness of the dress is not enough, Cate wore the dress backwards! Now that’s what I call a true fashionista. Someone who took risk and totally nailed it.
That’s it guys. See you in next year. Have a fabulous year ahead!! Y’all!!! xoxo