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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

MTV VMAS 2013 CELEBRITY STYLE

So we have all probably seen the images from the MTV VMAS this year, but as we are loving a lot of what the celebs chose to wear this year we decided to compile a blog post of the 'the best dressed' and of course a few of the 'worst dressed' are in there too. 



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Selena Gomez never fails to come top place in the style stakes when it comes to fabulous red carpet looks and the same goes for this. Definitely daring with that thigh high split but the blue colour just tones the look down. 




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We're still not 100% sure what we think of this look from Rita Ora. We know we can always reply on Rita to deliver something a little out there and different but the feathery train? A step too far?




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Oh Miley, Miley what happened here. Looks like some throw back to the 90s or is it the 80s? And that hair! What was she thinking!




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Elegant? Check! Demure? Check! With a modern twist? Check! Ellie Goulding is on point with this studded cream long gown. 




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Actress Alison Williams looked stunning in her all white Valentino mini dress. Sticking to the rule 'show either cleavage or legs not both' she proves why this is a worthy rule.




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Oh no just what was she thinking! This should not be a red carpet look, more gothic beach wear meets the mummy. 



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Another not so good outfit. This time super hero come Disney princess. Ooops!




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Loving this look from Shailene Woodley. A simple crop top with an embellished skirt in beautiful tones of blue. Not too causal and not too over dressy. Just up our street. 



1 comment:

  1. It's amusing to find out the best dressed and the worst dressed celebrities during the MTV VMAS. Anyway, thanks for compiling images of celebrities who are very notable not only in terms of their formal wear but also on their contributions in the industry.

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