From her stunning silver screen looks in “Wolf of Wall Street” to her windswept hair on the recent cover of Manhattan Magazine, this beauty has recently become one of our favorites in the celeb realm. One one hand, her white Gucci gown can be considered revealing. Instead, the softness in her style and the effortless way in which she wore her look that night made her appear poised and ladylike. Margot’s fresh makeup with side-swept bangs and simple chignon was a great choice in showing a side of classic beauty while toning down the sexiness. Embellishing her were the glistening diamond and green jewels cut into her dress, which helped contrast Margot’s blonde hair color, and flatter those great arms and trim waistline. We totally loved the pretty pair of emerald Louboutins peeping through the slit of her dress (and matching its accents) – the perfect touch for making Margot most memorable.
Going shorter is the big trend for 2014! From newly cropped haircut debuts to the elegant faux bob – short hair falling between the varieties of lobs and crops ruled the red carpet this year. With so many jumping on the chop wagon, it shows just how versatile a cut in the bob family really is because it works for any age and face shape. And because it can be styled in so many ways – any occasion, too! Whether it be soft and wavy, sleek and straight, wet and slicked back, or retro glamorous… there’s a bob style for everyone. Find the right option with special details to compliment you and this cut promises to always look stylish. The commitment is a little product and styling time daily, as well as keeping up with frequent trim appointments to keep the shape just right.
For surprising us in their own way, Cate Blanchett and Emma Watson get the kudos for best dress decisions. We always love the talented Cate, however she’s not typically an icon in fashion news. That’s why she especially floored us during the awards with this cheeky black lace number. The Armani Prive selection was a total hit – and not her first from the line (you might remember seeing her previously, looking chic in a structured, bold red sequined dress). Although we’ve got to say, we weren’t crazy about the hair this time. We wish she had gone for something a bit more messy and modern. Then there’s the Emma Watson dress. Emma defined the words “couture” and “contemporary” with an unexpected statement dress, featuring a cut out back – over pants! Somehow, it did not come as a surprise to find out the garment was a Chistian Dior design. We loved the simplicity of her hair and makeup with this look. One part traditional and sophisticated with one part fun and avant-garde, this is a fashionable collaboration that only Emma and Dior could pull off!