Latest Celebrity Glam Style- Five Trends

Blake Lively -Marchesa

Red carpet celebrity outfits are my source of inspiration for festive looks. I chose my favorites from Vogue’s one step ahead image gallery, portraying stylish Hollywood stars wearing Spring Summer 2014 garments as seen on the catwalk. Enjoy the latest celebrity glamorous style and see what you think of the five coming up evening trends.

1. The lace dress

I love what Blake Lively wore to the Van Cleef & Arpels store launch in New York. An amazing slip dress by Marchesa with lace details. As you can see the side part and long wavy hair is a huge celebrity hair trend. (image above)

2. The evening jumpsuit 

Cate Blanchett -Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci jumpsuit

Movie star Cate Blanchett wore a Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci black silk jumpsuit from the Spring Summer collection to the IWC Filmmakers Awards in Dubai.

3. The 1950s black dress

Jennifer Lopez - Dsquared2 spring:summer 2014 dress

Singer and Hollywood star Jennifer Lopez was the guest of honour at Dean and Dan Caten’s dinner, held at the Chateau Marmont, so was naturally dressed in a glamorous 1950s Dsquared2  Spring Summer 2014 dress.

4. The black and white print mini dress
Poppy Delevingne dress Emilia Wickstead spring:summer 2014 collection

The black and white print dress Poppy Delevingne wore for the British Fashion Awards, is by Emilia Wickstead’s spring/summer 2014 collection.

5. The tailored trouser suit

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley -Antonio Berardi trouser suit

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore an avant garde Antonio Berardi trouser suit to the British Fashion Awards. Her hair is styled straight and her makeup is natural with a  bright red lipstick.

Have a lovely Day!!!

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