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Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Great Outfits: Olivia Wilde

Normally we get sugary sweet from Olivia Wilde, but last night she lived up to her name wearing a sexy metallic Gucci plunging dress. She paired her dress with Jimmy Choo “Zena” platform sandals and Tiffany jewels.

Olivia accented her nylon horsehair-embroidered silk plisse Alberta Ferretti dress with snakeskin accessories, including Jimmy Choo peep toes which bring a touch of texture to her outfit.

Olivia Wilde looks drop-dead gorgeous wearing the strapless nude Marchesa Spring 2009 suede dress. I love those embroidered floral details, the complementary taupe clutch and her nude Brian Atwood 'Manic' Pumps.

Olivia Wilde has an air of regal elegance about her. Her BCBG Max Azria and ruffled ivory dress and grey belt, was accessorized with a gold clutch and gold satin peep-toes.

Fresh and fun in a a not-so-basic black dress of embellished velvet sophisticated embroidered and beaded black dress with bronze metallic platform pumps, a pewter clutch and drop earrings.

I love her mix of a strong-shouldered velvet blazer, drapey dress with sequins and sexy nude Brian Atwood pumps.
Classic and chic.
Olivia's dress looks so comfy. I love the elegant updo and gold hoop earrings.

Color please ever-elegant Olivia? Gold bangle? Earrings? But then again, I should at least be content every now and then with an all-black outfit. Olivia is gorgeous, as usual.

The goddess (she plays one in Year One). Stunning.

Lovely in a one-shoulder draped nude lace dress and gold accessories.

Fun and summery in a red floral tunic dress and gold accessories.

Olivia is too stunniong for this washoutter gown for it to wash her out.

Lovely in burnt orange and gold accessories.

"Black clothes look good on blondes, but when your hair is brown, wear colors--blues, greens and purples." Well, Olivia didn't follow her own advice, but still looks wonderful in her gorgeous Donna Karan black draped jersey dress and gold accessories.

Vixen-like in her seductive black panel cutout gown.

Olivia Wilde rocks this look. She wore a seamed gray Helmut Lang sheath with a little cropped leather jacket and Brian Atwood patent pumps. The super sexy Brian Atwood patent heel has a towering heel thanks to the hidden platform, which look jaw-droppingly fabulous paired with basically anything. Wilde toughened up her ladylike dress with the perfect fall topper—a versatile cropped leather jacket. Toss one on over a classic daytime sheath for an edgy post-work look.

Ah the denim jacket! I like them anywhere else than the red carpet. But I like her tone-it-down approach to her firy red sheath, hot strappy leather sandals, silver clutch and gold bracelets.

Oliviva looks lovely in a J. Mendel dress with a draped bodice, Jimmy Choo sandals, Sergio Rossi clutch and an Arman bangle
Wilde played up her dark locks in a light and lovely chiffon dress in a soft cream. Get the happiest-day-of-your-life look without looking altar-bound by choosing a formal white dress in a short length with distinctive details like Wilde's raw edges.

OH. MY. WOW. Olivia Wilde must land ANY Best Dressed list. She is so divine in her Reem Acra gown. There is always something so calm and serene about Olivia Wilde. I would imagine she took 5 minutes to get ready for this awards do, because she looks so effortlessly beautiful.

Olivia Wilde looked heavenly in a silk, satin and chiffon twist-front Reem Acra gown with jewel-encrusted cap sleeves. The dress is exquisite with its simple details, and subtle shade, that evokes the glamour of old Hollywood. Wilde accented her goddess look with Jimmy Choo heels, a Stuart Weitzman clutch and Kwiat jewels.

Simple yet lovely in a two-tone Jason Wu Spring 2009 dress with nude sandals. Her daisy gold simple but sweet earrings add sweetness to the look.

Olivia Wilde graces a flowy feather-light Reem Acra gown that was anchored with a jeweled ribbon belt and Van Cleef & Arpels jewels.

Whether it is flowing gowns or cute mini dresses, Olivia Wilde wears anything well, like this cream and black hand-painted dress with a sash from Sue Stemp that she accessorized with strappy Jimmy Choo "Glenys Elaphe" snakeskin sandals.

In a simple yet elegant Ralph Lauren silky satin dress with a vintage clutch from Daniel Swarovski.

In an elegant asymmetrical draped Escada short sleeve silk dress that works wonderfully with her skin tone, worn with black ankle strap Jimmy Choo sandals.

Olivia Wilde looks outstanding wearing a black Stella McCartney stretch lace panel sheath dress with revealing lace cutouts. I love the way she wore her hair back so we can see all the detail on her stunning dress.

Olivia Wilde showed some shoulder in single-sleeve asymmetrical designs. Her pale mint tulle chiffon Marchesa Spring 2010 embroidered gown perfectly accents her body thanks to a solo cap-sleeve and revealing sheer insets with an illusion panel on the bodice. Olivia carries a crystal-embroidered Marchesa clutch that matches her gemstone bracelet. I love her delicate Kwiat drop earrings. She wears the gown so well, so elegantly as we would expected from the beautiful actress.

Olivia Wilde opted for a white RM by Roland Mouret "Scirocco" crepe pencil dress with an asymmetric neckline and cap sleeves. Nude make-up and accessories complete this look. I wish she chose a colored version though. Color looks lovely on her.

Olivia Wilde wore a black long sleeved Jimmy Choo for H&M dress which is covered in rhinestones. She picked a perfect pair of heels from the same collection which were also embellished. I'm lusting over her croc Jimmy Choo for H&M clutch.

I am in lust with Olivia Wilde’s white Marchesa Bridal dress. The color, the structure, the folds and the embroidered detail on the bodice excite my senses. Unfortunately I’m don’t feel the same way about her hairstyle. An updo and a colored clutch or shoes would’ve worked wonders. Her look is paired with Brian Atwood Marlo heels and David Yurman jewelry.

Olivia Wilde was more muted wearing a RM By Roland Mouret blue stretch silk dress. Her look was also paired with a leather jacket and a Christian Louboutin Viola nappa clutch, which has a cute sculpted leather floral detail. I am trying to ignore the stupid tights.

Olivia Wilde was electric wearing a stunning cobalt vivid blue ruffled Alexander McQueen Spring 2010 jersey dress. I love those sculptural details on the shoulder and hip which prevent this look from being boring. If you’re thinking “This dress wasn’t presented Alexander McQueen’s “Plato’s Atlantis” Spring 2010″, you would be right. This look appears in McQueen’s Spring 2010 look book alongside other pieces we didn’t see as McQueen often expands his line to include more wearable pieces. We get other Spring preview from Mrs. Wilde, as she shows off the not yet available Jimmy Choo’s "Quito" peep-toe booties. She accessorizes with a Rene Caovilla clutch and Loree Rodkin gems. I’m loving this look from head-to-toe.

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