A round-up of the week's most impressive celebrity style.



Keeping It Casual

Taylor Swift tried out the nautical trend in a navy and blue wide striped jersey dress with 3/4 sleeves by Gorman. Taylor added a splashes of red with a Lauren Merkin satchel bag, Frye slingback sandals and ruby lipstick.

Cara Delevingne dressed down for a Vogue media event in an avocado green Burberry duffle coat, worn over an ivory blouse, leather leggings and chunky tie-up boots.

Ashley Tisdale displayed her grungy street style with a heart-studded sweater By Chance, black tights, slouchy Frye boots and a leather fringed CC Skye satchel bag.



The Beckham Effect

Victoria Beckham granted us three amazing ensembles this week, all from her own design label. Starting with a tri-coloured grey, aubergine and black strapless dress, worn with leather knee-high Tom Ford boots. Victoria styled up the same pair of peep-toe heels with a slick and sophisticated red and black v-neck dress - the pencil skirt silhouette a standard. She carried a hexagonal crocodile chain-handle clutch from her handbag line. For her last look, Victoria sugared up her style in a chic white form-fitting VB dress with pretty minted blue Miu Miu cardigan. Nude Louboutins complete her outfit.


Brights and Belted

Christa B Allen stunned in beautifully crafted Donna Karan dress with delicate origami folds placed on the strapless neckline, and a full flaired skirt. She tied it up with a black Herm├ęs belt, gold clutch and black pointy-toe Louboutin pumps.
Byrdie Bell wore an unusual, yet endearing combination from Christian Siriano's Spring 2012 collection. I liked the idea of the simple coral and white striped tee, paired with a more upscale silk chartreuse skirt. Byrdie added a black buckle belt to her look.
Coco Rocha was winsome in a charming Jason Wu ensemble, featuring a white self-print houndstooth top, skinny black belt and bubblegum pink peplum skirt. Coco brought in her own unique edge with a pair of black ankle boots.


Evening Glamour

Dakota Fanning picked out a dreamy gauzy ivory Elie Saab dress with gold embellished bodice. The dress itself is a beautiful piece, but Dakota doesn't seem to sell it well enough due to dull styling. Do you agree?

Odette Annable looked glorious in a matt gold metallic lace dress with three-quarter sleeves, by David Meister. This is simple elegance at its best.

Heidi Klum showed off her supermodel physique in a silver lilac Temperley London gown with deep plunge-neck and high split. The gown was drizzled with floral embroidery and beads. A pair of sparkly Christian Louboutin heels polished off her look.

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