White, pastels, glitter and lace- there were plenty of trends to be seen at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday. The red carpet was full of music’s hottest stars who were encouraged to be more “adventurous” at this type of award show. While Taylor Swift played it safe as usual, there were plenty of stars who took risks and pushed some fashion boundaries- even if some were not so great.
My two favorites were Carrie Underwood and Miley Cyrus for two completely different reasons: Carrie looked and a princess, and Miley took a risk, and though many disagree, I think she looked great!
Stay Trendy, Val
Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Diaz may have completely different styles, but both beauties shined on the red carpet at the What To Expect When You’re Expecting premiere at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. I love looking to celebrities for fashion inspiration, so what better place to trend spot than a movie premiere?
Lopez looked better than ever in a blush-colored gown by Maria Lucia Hohan, and accessorized with Jacqueline Nerguizian jewels and Sergio Rossi shoes. The American Idol judge was accompanied by her beau Casper Smart, and polished off her glamourous look with an elegant ponytail and dark plum lipstick (the hot color of the moment).
Diaz on the other hand, looked cute and casual while showing off her flawless figure in a short dress that clung to her athletic frame. The 39-year-old actress displayed her much talked about long legs, and accentuated them with a pair of nude Mary Jane heels. Diaz chose to accessorized with only a pair of black teardrop earrings, and finished off her California girl look with pretty pink makeup and loose wavy locks.
Even though I favored J.Lo’s look over Cameron’s, I still think both ladies are looking as beautiful as ever! Both Diaz and Lopez can be seen in What To Expect When You’re Expecting which hits theaters this Friday.
Stay Trendy, Val
Once a total fashion faux paux to even be exposed under the slightest lift of a pant leg is one of the hippest thing to hit the New York runways. If you’re willing to give this trend a go, try lighter more sheer fabrics for the summer and anything slightly over the ankle seems to more flattering on most. Happy trend testing!