So we’ve already given you the run down on K.Pez’s outfits at yesterday's Teen Choice Awards, but what of the rest, we hear you cry! Well calm down dear, because of course GraziaDaily wouldn’t let your Monday pass without a review of the rest of the pack. So for your afternoon perusal, let’s inspect...
Let’s start with these two glamazons shall we? Because surely they’re pretty fine examples of how to do tween TV, ie: enough pizzazz to cause a stir but not too much shocking sexiness (let’s keep it clean for the kids, please). So seeing as Katy Perry had stolen her Gleek wardrobe, Lea Michele in turn nicked KP's saucy style by tricking us into thinking she’s wrapped in nothing but palm leaves. But there's no fooling us, Lea, because we have it on good authority that this is in fact a nude Naeem Khan mini-dress adorned with tropical green beading, ha!
Megan Fox also cracked out those pins courtesy of a silver lame skirt from Isabel Marant’s AW10 collection, which she mixed with a psychedelic print top to keep it suitably tame yet snazzy. Hm, quirky choice or verging on trash-tacular? You tell us!
Love, love, LOVE! Kristen Bell really pulled it out of the bag for the blue carpet in this little corker from Stella McCartney’s AW10 catwalk. But this isn't just an embroidered strapless dress, no no! Because this ensemble benefits from the interesting addition of a red organza overlay complete with a little kick to create that coveted silhouette. What genius!
Another gloriously girlie girl was Ashley Greene. Now, there's no denying that the Twilighter was all glowing skin and feminine lace thanks to her strapless Valentino frock, but we can’t help feeling it’s a tad snoresville for such a youthful event and makes her look somewhat boxy like a twee little Christmas present, y’know?
Our next duo brought some sweetness to the shebang. Cat Deeley kept it fresh in this white-hot Preen Resort 2010 dress with lace-up detailing on the asymmetric shoulder, which she brightened up with an aqua blue Jimmy Choo clutch and colour-popping Links of London bracelets, while Leighton Meester looked adorable thanks to her embroidered Emilio Pucci number. And how cute are those pretty pom poms on her Louboutins to spruce them up a notch? In fact, we haven’t seen La Meester looking this sweet in quite some time so we're nothing but grateful that she didn’t go all scary-edgy on us.
Now for some brights - and what zingy treats these three are! Emma Roberts brought a refreshing surprise by bravely tackling the tricky trend of lime green in this Brian Reyes S/S '10 dress, which she toughened up with burgundy booties. Hilary Duff looked good enough to eat in her juicy Herve Leger number but it's nothing new, right? And finally Jayma Mays was a darling ray of sunshine in a vibrant yellow pleated frock, accented by a bronzed Raven Kauffman clutch with matching belt. Yummy. So who do you rate at the event's Best Dressed? Goodness me, we're simply spoilt for choice!
by Jessica Vince