From Jessica Chastain's Flirty Black Dress to Jemima Kirke's, Well, Other Black Dress, See the Week's Buzziest Looks!
See the looks we were loving, and then not so much
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!
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Love It: Jessica Chastain’s Pretty Black Number: Jessica is one of those stunning stars who looks amazing in everything — but she seems to take fashion a little seriously. That’s why I loved that she picked this sweet black Elie Saab dress with delicate beading and embroidery. It was flirty, playful and, with those barely-there Jimmy Choos and rich red lip, more than a little sexy. –Alex Apatoff, Senior Style Editor
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Love It: Emmy Rossum’s Gorgeous Gray Leather Dress: Colleagues, you may notice there is now a collection jar in my office with Emmy’s photo on it. I am taking donations large and small in hopes of stowing away enough money (a girl can dream) for the second her buttery gray dress, a part of J. Mendel’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection, hits stores. Thanks to the paneling, the fit — and flare — of this structured number feels ultra cool and modern. And while I can’t also snag the Shameless star’s vintage Ralph Lauren clutch, I can and will copy her very pretty matchy-matchy burgundy lip and nails. –Jackie Fields, Beauty Writer
Leave It: Jemima Kirke’s Black Satin Gown: My first thought seeing Jemima Kirke’s look at the Girls premiere in N.Y.C. was that she must have had an accident getting out of her car — that’s one extreme, ill positioned, slit. I don’t think the flowy top works with such a hip-hugging (or maybe the more appropriate word is hip-squeezing) skirt. And with such a baggy fitting top, her messy updo looks less wavy/romantic and just plain, well, messy. Another beauty detail she should have considered? Matching her lip shade to her clutch — with such a drab dress, a lively stain would have really brightened her face. –Colleen Kratofil, Assistant Producer