I don’t know about you guys, but I love watching award shows to see what the latest fashion is on the red carpet. Not that I ever really have an occasion to dress up, but I find it inspiring and love to try and apply some of the red carpet glamour to my everyday looks. Here are some of the fabulous fashions that happened this week at the CMA‘s. Let’s start with Laura Bell Bundy, I love the shape, I love the sparkle, I love the belt and I love the red lips. A total hit for me, and remember sparkle can be totally great for daytime looks too, just remember that a little goes a long way!
Laura Bell Bundy
Next up is the gorgeous Jennifer Nettles, I am seriously in love with color combination of her dress. Cool blue and gray is so chic and again the belt looks great.
Hillary Scott is showing us some Hollywood glamour, red is always such a powerful color and the detail of the neckline is so pretty. I think having detail adds so much to an outfit and of course can easily be done in our day to day clothing.
Lastly, Leighton Meester shows up with come cool NYC fashion, I love the choice of shoes and the fun print of the dress. This look is a bit eclectic, which I think is totally fun. Mixing it up with our everyday clothes keep us fresh looking.
What would your red carpet style be?? I hope these inspire you to do something fun with your fashion this weekend! Enjoy!
While Red Carpet fashion isn’t something I wear on a daily basis…I do try to see what celebrities pick to wear and glean some fashion trends from them. This year the fashion magazines and I agree the major trend was ruffles. Romantic Ruffles were everywhere on the red carpets of the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Below are my favorite best dressed celebrities and my own everyday translation to their style.
First the Golden Globes and the beautiful and every elegant Diane Kruger in a ruffled Pink gown by Christian Lacroix.
Diane Kruger looking pretty in pink at the Golden Globes
I first started noticing Diane Kruger when she played the face who launched a thousand ships as Helen in Troy. Since then she has proven she has impeccable taste, especially on the red carpet. I love this vibrant pink color which will no doubt be perfect for fall. My everyday translation of this style and dress is this 4 Tiered Ruffle Tank by Sweet Pea.
Sweet Pea by Stacy Frati 4 Tiered Ruffled Tank
Sweet Pea’s signature lightweight and flowing fabric in this fuchsia color is a perfect everyday version of Diane’s red carpet look. This ruffled tank can easily be dressed up or down and will make everyone look glamorous and trendy for spring.
My other favorite red carpet look was Glee’s very own Lea Michele and her green goddess dress designed by Catherine Malandrino
- Lea Michele at the Screen Actors Guild Awards
This plunging ruffled v-neck gown was gorgeous and oh so daring. My interpretation or should I say translation of this red carpet look is the Aggie V-Neck Ruffle Dress in chive by Ella Moss.
- Ella Moss Aggie V Neck Ruffle Dress
You can always count on Ella Moss to design fun and flirty designer dresses for spring. While the v-neck is not as plunging as Lea’s red carpet gown that is probably a good thing. This shorter striped dress has a wonderfully flattering empire waist and slanted stripe detail that is oh so flattering. Win your own best dressed awards with these styles and more available at VintageFringe.
Who was your vote on best dressed this red carpet season? Write in your own picks by commenting on this post.