That's what happens when MTV has any kind of awards show - the kids come out to play - and in most cases, they're giving their Botoxed elders a run for the fashion title.
Taking a much needed break from galivanting around the globe with her new BF, Leo, Blake channels pure California girl in this dress. I love the color and the bodice cutouts but I am sick of contrasting heels showing up all willy nilly.
I love this dress, which is a refined and upscale choice for an awards show like this. The delicate lace and the colors underneath are just lovely. While I get the clutch, I still don't get the heels, which I would have preferred to be black peeptoes. No need to go color crazy.
Some crossed legged poses make you look thinner and some just make you look like there's a long line for the bathroom. When Emma first cut her hair , she looks chic and grown up. Now, she's looking like a baby chick that hasn't developed its full coat yet. While I like the details on this dress, I don't love the white, which makes her look faded. Same dress in a blush or rose would have been dynamite.
I think this is the smiliest I've ever seen Grumpy Stewart but I'm not smiling about the dress. There's something very 80′s Guns 'N Roses groupie about it and I don't mean any of that in a good way. Just throwing some safety pins on a dress isn't punk anymore, it's something you could pick up at the mall and I think it's a lazy designer that thinks he can trick people into believing that it's edgy.
When you're known for your body, it's a smart idea to cover up (somewhat) so people start to think of your body of work too. I actually like this slightly mod dress because it's glamorous and unique.