Sunday, 22 January 2012

The Style Files: Just Like the Clouds, My Eyes Will Do the Same if You Walk Away

It's pretty simple: I love Bruno Mars. Sometimes, I wish my life was a Bruno Mars music video. Not too much to ask, right?  Anyways, I love this song. It's so precious and beautiful. Also, can anyone really resist Bruno's casual wear?

Style-Spiration: Jessica Alba 
I thought it was about time to give Jessica Alba- a.k.a Brad Goreski-  some fashion kudos: Alba looked heavenly at last week's Golden Globes and can we even talk about her fab ensemble at Karl Lagerfeld's latest Chanel event in Vegas? I love how she's always versatile, yet is never too daring. That sounds kind of paradoxal, doesn't it? Well deal, because it's true. 

At the White House Correspondent's Dinner (Marios Schwab): Okay, this is my favorite Jessica Alba look: hands down. The subtle peplum and the jeweled neckline are so effortlessly chic. She kept the rest of this look pretty simple. On the beauty  front, Alba  aced this look: the simple makeup, sleek hair, and, oh, the pink nail polish? Incredible. (Photo Cred)

At the Chanel Event in Vegas (Chanel): This look is the epitome of old-school Chanel. Though the black and white color combination may seem a bit primitive at first, I love how she- or Brad Goreski- accessorizes the geometric dress with funky jewels. The long hair gives this look a splash of youthfulness while that cranberry lip screams glamour.(Photo Cred)
Out and About (Unknown): You know a celebrity is a true fashion fanatic when he or she dresses to impress on their days off. I love how Alba plays with colors, patterns, and textures. That yellow trench is a perfect spin on such a timeless piece. To keep this look quirky, Alba added the pastel scarf.  Gorgeous. (Photo Cred)
At the Armani Hotel Opening (Armani Prive): I'm kind of obsessed with this subtle sexy look. The hemline is so demure; however, that side silt give off such a "come hither" vibe. The floral print at the bottom of the dress is so retro, which works beautifully with her glamourous up-do. Her style is the gift that keeps on giving. (Photo Cred)

Ladies and gent, it's about time for a fabulous...
  • Miranda Kerr at the G'Day USA Gala (Michael Kors): Um, Miranda Kerr is gorgeous and everything, but this look is way too much. The cutouts are anything but flattering and paired with the high-slit? Trashy, not classy. The geometric clutch is pretty random: the curves aren't cohesive with the geometric lines of the dress. Also, it's winter time a.k.a no strappy sandals.  Definitely not appropriate.
  • Shailene Woodley (Christopher Kane): Not only is this dress absolutely hideous- I hate the fabric and print- with a burning passion, but the styling is so boring. Besides the horrific strappy shoes- I'm literally going crazy over this faux pas- there's no jewels, no fun makeup, and no terrific clutch. It's just...basic. Over it. 


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