Celebrities Bring Out Their Black-Tie Bests for the 2013 CFDA Awards
Every celebrity in attendance at this weekend’s CFDA Awards, was dressed to the nines. Everyone made sure to bring out their best outfits for the award show centered on fashion. There may not be a worst dressed list associated with these awards, but there is definitely a best dressed list!
Sofia Vergara Tops Best Dressed List for 2013 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards
Sofia Vergara was all the buzz in her Herve L. Leroux emerald gown. The gown was floor length, with very flattering embroidery. The dress also featured a deep v-neck, which help emphasize Vergara’s beautiful figure. She accessorized the gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels, which matched perfectly. The stunning choker-style diamond necklace, worn by Vergara, also featured emeralds at the end of each strand of diamonds. The jewelry accented the dress perfectly, and made Vergara catch everyone’s eye.
Nicole Richie Sports Marc Jacobs at CFDA Awards
Nicole Richie wore a floor length Marc Jacobs gown. The gown seemed to tie around the stars neck, with a very much opened back. The metallic golden dress cascaded down Richie’s slender figure, and seemed to make her look even smaller. She wore her hair up, in a tightly wrapper bun. Glamour Magazine Online said she seemed to be channeling “old Hollywood.”
Miranda Kerr Shines in Proenza Schouler at CFDA Awards
Miranda Kerr was my personal favorite of the night! She looked dropped dead gorgeous in a Proenza Schouler knee length dress. The dress featured a blue and green print, which almost looked like it could have been a painting. Cosmopolitan Magazine Online says, “Miranda Kerr killed it on the red carpet.” The square neckline, the square shoulder straps, the print, everything seemed to come together in this dress, and Kerr looked stunning wearing it. No one wonder Proenza Schouler took home the award for Womenswear Designer of the Year! The dress was paired perfectly with simple black Stuart Weitzman heels, and a Stuart Weitzman pocket book.