Gwyneth Paltrow style
Both stylish stars looked stunning — and it was hard to miss them in their bold hues!
It’s time to leave your basic black dress at home — fall is all about bright colors, and the trend has certainly picked up on the red carpet! Despite the torrential downpour in NYC on Sept. 7, Sarah Jessica Parker was out promoting her latest flick, I Don’t Know How She Does It, wearing Prabal Gurung, where she rocked one of the most stylish trends for the upcoming season — bright pants! Her flares totally captured a ’70s vibe, and I love how she opted for color-blocking, tucking in her top.
Gwyn has always been a fan of super straight hair — but between the sleek ‘do and the simple yet chic dress, Claudia looked just like Gwyn did in 2009!
I had to do a double take when I saw this picture of Claudia Schiffer at the Metropolitan Opera’s gala premiere of Rossini’s ‘Le Comte Ory’ on Mar. 24 — I was convinced I was looking at Gwyneth Paltrow!
Are her pink pumps with the pink dress a great combo or did she find herself in a carpet conundrum?
While the majority of a-listers were all dolled up in glam gowns at the Golden Globes, Gwyneth Paltrow turned up in Switzerland for the Baume & Mercier Gala Evening for 21st SIHH High Jewelry Fair in a short yet feminine frock. Her pink dress by designer Azzedine Alaia was definitely refreshing and it looked great, but I thought it seemed a little too youthful for the star. To make matters worse, I didn’t think her satin hot pink Pierre Hardy pumps did anything for her get-up!
What did you think of her sexy chic gown last night?
Gwyneth Paltrow often opts for simple yet chic looks, yet the star never misses a chance to show off her fantastic figure. She did just that in LA at the premiere for her latest flick, Country Strong, where she turned up wearing a white long sleeved Emilio Pucci gown. With lace-up detailing, a high slit, and a severely sexy back, Gwyn oozed confidence and totally sizzled while still looking chic. This dress has Gwyn written all over it! Read more & VOTE!