Saturday, 10 May 2014

Favourite Met Gala Looks 2014

Emma Stone in Thakoon

By far my favourite look of the night, hardly a surprise as I'm a huge Thakoon and colour blocking fan. I love that the accessories were kept quite minimal and let the crop top/skirt combo do the talking.

Suki Waterhouse in Burberry

I love how this look manages to be so feminine yet cool and contemporary. Not an easy look to pull off, the bold lip and messy updo brought the whole look together really well.

Olivia Munn in Diane Von Furstenberg

Olivia Munn always wears colour well and this look was no exception. The bright canary yellow looks amazing against her skin tone and the 40s side parting and waves look great paired with her embellished hair slide.

Leighton Meester in Emilio Pucci

This look oozes a casual, boho vibe yet still looks really put together and red carpet appropriate. I love the heavy embellishment and the colour compliments Leighton ombred locks.

Lily Allen in Chanel Couture

The layered grey organza on this dress is just so beautiful, I can't help but think of how long this dress would have taken to make. The makeup is kept simple with winged eyeliner and although I'm not usually a fan of crazy updos, Lily makes it work.

Blake Lively in Gucci Premiere

Blake manages to have mastered that Old Hollywood glamour look when it comes to the red carpet. Her hair, makeup and dress all work together amazingly well and having Ryan Reynolds on her arm doesn't hurt either!

Lena Dunham in Giambattista Valli Couture

As you've probably guessed by now, I'm a big fan of embellishment. I love the contrast of the blue on black on this dress as well as the origami folds of the skirt. The matching yet minimal shoes and heavy black eyeliner set off the look perfectly. 

Rachel McAdams in Ralph Lauren Collection

This blush dress is minimalism at it's best. Paired with simple makeup and hair and next to no accessories this look proves that sometimes less definitely is more. 

Marion Cottilard in Christian Dior Couture

I've always admired Marion Cotillard's style, I love how this relatively simple dress is paired with a glossy red lip and a bold pair of shoes

Dress Hemingway in Proenza Schouler

I love the silhouette of this dress, it's just so elegant. Only Proenza Schouler can make such a retro dress look so contemporary! I also love the 40s style hair and makeup, al in all a great look.

What was your favourite look from this year's Met Gala? 

Image Credit: Getty Images

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