The Best-Dressed List Is Extra Special This Week

04 Oct 2014 12:19

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It's very rare that we are left speechless when we see an outfit. But this week, when we spotted Amal Alamuddin in her head-to-toe Stella McCartney ensemble, we had nothing to say. It is just so spectacular and has become, hands-down, our most favorite outfit of 2014. (Though, Poppy Delevingne's Chanel romper, also below, is a close second.)
Amal Alamuddin in Stella McCartney Check out all our favorite looks from the week and let us know if you agree with our picks.
Kim Kardashian This. Is. Perfection. Every single thing about this outfit, from the wide-leg trousers, to the wide-brimmed hat, is making Mrs. George Clooney the style icon to watch. Not only does she look statuesque, but the entire ensemble is so fresh and clean. A+, Amal.
Emily Ratajkowski in SAFiYA Rosamund Pike in Altuzarra
Poppy Delevingne in Chanel Pike is simply glowing. The bow-adorned, high-neck gown give this look a little something special, while the slit ensures that she isn't too covered up.
Haley Bennett in Louis Vuitton While we can't say we loved every single look from Kim's trip to Paris, this particular outfit is pretty great. Not only does her pencil skirt and long-sleeve shirt fit her like a glove, but her grey suede boots take it from casual to Paris Fashion Week-worthy.
The "Gone Girl" star picked an amazing dress for her body. The color really pops against her dark hair and the off-the-shoulder silhouette draws the attention toward her glowing complexion.
While it's getting a little late in the season for a short romper, this one is so good, we are willing to make an exception. Not only does it look insanely comfortable, but the pattern and fit are spot on.
Bennett's outfit could have gone really wrong, but it all managed to work together to create one kick-ass ensemble. Her short suede skirt complements her long-sleeved green top and her tousled waves and minimal makeup give it all an effortless vibe.


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