You think you’re a Last Night’s Look: Love It or Leave It addict? You should stop by the office sometime to see us passionately debating, defending and delighting in celeb styles — the good, the bad and the wacky. This week, we round up two looks we were loving and one we’re less crazy about — check ’em out below and let us know your faves in the comments!
Love It: Krysten Ritter’s Golden Girl: My bestie (PSW editor Brittany Talarico) is getting married today! Yay! And while I obviously can’t go back on my dress pick with her minutes away from walking down the aisle, I wish a fairy godmother would wave a magic wand and miraculously transform my outfit into this gorgeous DVF number that Krysten Ritter wore to a luncheon in Beverly Hills this week. It’s the perfect fall cocktail party look! The slightly olive tone to the gold makes it feel moodier and more autumnal, the cap sleeves add a seasonally appropriate touch, and the plunging neckline is on-trend and just plain beautiful. I’d steal the whole look in a heartbeat — the metallic pumps, the earrings and the flawless blowout — except for the purse (which I’d swap for a more evening-ready clutch). Fairy godmother, I’m waiting!
–Loni Venti, Style and Beauty Editor
Love It: Emmy Rossum’s Surprising Shock of Pink: Emmy Rossum dresses exactly how I would if I were famous, rich, beautiful, super thin and with amazing skin. So, in my dreams. But she always manages to pick gorgeous, feminine and ladylike pieces with enough interest to keep them from being snoozy. This Bottega Veneta number is gorgeous, glossy gold and black from the front, but when she turns, it reveals a whole other exciting element. The to-die-for earrings and pretty pony just take the already-on-point look to the next level. –Alex Apatoff, Senior Style Editor
Hate It: Naomi Campbell’s Over-Accessorized Look: Now, before we get any further, let me just make it clear that I don’t hate this bold look Naomi Campbell wore to the Attitude Awards in London. But that doesn’t mean I necessarily like it either. The supermodel opted for a dramatic beaded Roberto Cavalli gown, which she paired with a fur stole and colorful rings and bracelets. And that’s where I think she went wrong. Campbell should have made the intricately beaded number the star of the show and left all of her accessories at home. But because we know Campbell typically goes big or goes home on the red carpet, we’re not surprised she went all out for an event like the Attitude Awards. –Sarah Kinonen