Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Last week's favorite looks (July 28 - August 03)

It's the middle of the week and as usually, here are my last week's favorite looks (July 28 - August 03).

Aubrey Plaza attended the Life After Beth New York screening in New York City. She wore an Honor ivory dress with a bold tree print with a shimmering white-panelled halter neckline. Gold metallic Louboutins accessorized her look to complement her Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Taylor Schilling visited the SiriusXM Studios in New York City. She opted for Roland Mouret Cassida dress with asymmetric detailing. The mix of cobalt blue, pink and melon orange colors, along with a white silhouette-enhancing waistband was a nice refreshing colour-blocking. She styled the look with Stuart Weitzman Nudist blue sandals and matching sapphire eye shadow.

Cameron Diaz attended the Sex Tape Mexico City premiere. She opted for all black look, a Saint Laurent frock with exaggerate kimono-style sleeves. Styled with Prada strappy sandals, a Cleobella clutch and a deep-pink lip colour rounded out her look.

Judy Greer in Preen sleeveless sheath dress for her guest appearance on Late Show With David Letterman.

Lana Del Rey attended the premiere of the new movie Child of God in New York City. She looked lovely in white ensemble with red nails and bracelet.

Switching on to street style. Sophia Bush kept it cool in denim shorts and a rocker tee while hanging out at the Samsung Galaxy Artist Lounge during 2014 Lollapalooza in Chicago, Illinois.

Once again Cameron and three looks from Jessica Alba. Cameron in New York City wearing Paige Denim ripped jeans and white t-shirt. Jess in beautiful white top with blue skirt while headed to the office. Lovely! Then in more edgy yet still simple outfit: black dress and plaid t shirt. And another black dress combo. This time with leggings, white jacket, a hat and boots. She and her hubby attended the Beyonce and Jay Z On The Run Tour.

Diane Kruger in relaxed style at LAX Airport, Chloe Moretz looked casual cool in New York City and two black LA ensembles by Naya Rivera.

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