Fall florals are definitely in — just ask Lea and Nikki! Both stars looked stunning in pretty, printed dresses — but who do YOU think rocked the trend better?
So many of our favorite stylish stars stepped out for The Hollywood Reporter‘s Women In Entertainment Breakfast at Milk Studios on Dec. 10 in LA — and they totally rocked the red carpet! From pencil skirts to crop tops and sheath dresses, there were a slew of trendy looks — but nothing stood out quite like fall florals! In fact, both Lea Michele and Nikki Reed tried the trend! Not only did both gals look great, but we love how they opted for two totally different silhouettes and shades, showing just how versatile the trend really is.
Lea Michele’s ‘THR’ Women In Entertainment Breakfast Dress:
Lea, 28, looked radiant in an Oscar de la Renta dress. The strapless silhouette was so ladylike — making it a great choice for the breakfast event! The bodice of the floral frock gave way to a voluminous skirt — and like all of the designer’s creations, the beauty is in the details. With her hair parted to one side she polished off her outfit with silver Jimmy Choo pumps. Lea often dresses so sexy on the red carpet, but we love the way she rocked a sweet and chic frock that was appropriate for the event — her style is quite versatile these days!
Nikki Reed’s Dress — ‘THR’ Women In Entertainment Breakfast:
While Lea was beautiful in blue, Nikki, 26, was radiant in red as she donned a form-fitting Ted Baker dress. The frock clung to Nikki’s curves and extended past the knee, stopping mid-calf — and she looked great! While the silhouette of the star’s dress was a bit more toned down, (and very breakfast-chic!), the pattern added an extra dose of glam to the vibe.
The silhouette of Nikki’s dress is what one would expect to see for a breakfast, but Lea always knows how to stand out with her red carpet style — and I think that’s why I’m partial to her dress on this occasion! Either way, you can’t go wrong when rocking fall florals!
Do you agree? Who do you think dominated the red carpet in the trend?