If there is one person who can pull off the hippy chic look, it has to be Vanessa Hudgens. The 23-year-old actress kept cool in a denim tie-dye bustier top by Topshop, a beige maxi skirt, gold Miu Miu gladiator sandals and a Cole Haan messenger bag.
Jennifer Love Hewitt looked breezy in a pink and green floral splattered dress, paired with nude pumps. She wore the same dress some time back with a belt, which I much prefer.
Kate Bosworth mixed floral prints in this cute Suno mini dress, worn with ballet flats.
Emma Roberts stepped out in a fabulous pair of colour-block Brain Atwood sandals. The petite actress also stole smiles in quirky grey spectacle print top by Madewell, super skinny jeans and a vivid mint Chanel quilted bag.
Battle of the Brunettes
Lea Michele brought out her ladylike side in a golden fawn-coloured lace dress by Emilio Pucci. Her matching pointy-toe heels are by Casadei.
Rachel Bilson delighted in this cream frosted Chanel dress, which includes a ribbon-belted waist and sheer collar frill. Her satin shoes are courtesy of Casadei.
Anna Kendrick in Elie Saab - this look is what my daydreams are made of. The brunette actress was stunning in an iced-coffee shaded dress that dazzled with silver and self-toned beadwork. She carries an Edie Parker clutch. To top it all off, Anna put on a pair of PVC ankle-strapped and spiked-toed Christian Louboutin heels. <3
Nina Dobrev showed off her svelte figure in a curve-hugging champagne satin Dolce and Gabbana long-sleeved sheath. Nina added a maroon pair of Jimmy Choo heels for colour.
Charlize Theron looked incredible wrapped up in Christian Dior. Her sheer black chiffon gown features a wide waistband and nude-toned underlay. Her emerald green drop-earrings were the perfect source of bling.
Supermodel Jessica Stam was striking in a demure cherry red Valentino gown with lace detailing on the bodice and a stream of frills down the side. Red hot lipstick, retro side-swept waves and a Valentino clutch bag complete her outfit.
Brooklyn Decker opted for a more fun and playful look, looking sunny in a buttercup yellow and white Giambattista Valli frock. The drop-waist dress features a contrast of two prints, one floral and the other striped paint brushstrokes.
Miranda Kerr was all-the-bombshell in a pale powder blue gown with brazenly low neckline, open back and draped skirt. The dress is by Australian designer Carla Zampatti.
Who is your favourite look of the week?