Sunday, April 26, 2015

Top 6 Looks from the White House Correspondents Dinner

 This was probably the biggest, and best, surprises of the night last night at the 2015 White House Correspondents Dinner. Gillian Jacobs, of "Community" fame, stepped out on the red carpet wearing a custom Peter Pilotto gown with a stunning abstract print. For such a political occasion we usually see prints set to the wayside but Gillian embraced it, and also kudos to her for picking a British designer to wear for one of the biggest political events in America.
A slew of other beauties really brought it to the red carpet last night as well. I loved Jenna Dewan-Tatum in her black Reem Acra ballgown that features a grey bodice peplum. Jenna oozed 1960's Hollywood glamour. Supermodel Chanel Iman looked impeccably chic wearing a Zuhair Murad Spring 2015 Couture light blue chiffon goddess gown. Chanel was the only lady to show up wearing couture and she wore it amazingly. Brit Marling was another lady who decided to pick up a gown from a British designer, like Gillian, but her gown came via Roksanda. This gown was absolutely amazing, the stunning bold color and the even bolder color blocking. Last year Irina Shayk wore an Atelier Versace hooded jumpsuit, which I thought was extremely tacky, so this year her light pink Sophie Theallett halter silk gown was a welcome sight. She exuded elegance and shunned her normal overt sexiness, and in the process looked even more stunning. Michelle Monaghan looked impeccably chic wearing a custom made maroon and black Prabal Gurung gown, which I actually thought was Roland Mouret. This look would have been my best dressed if Michelle had done something else with her hair, it really let the whole look down.

What do you think? Who was your best dressed? Anyone you see here that you don't think should be? Anyone you think I should have added?

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