Sure, it may be a safe bet, but Scar-Jo’s green lace Dolce & Gabbana tube dress is cute, classic and head and shoulders above certain looks (ahem, Christina Aguilera). The only thing that could’ve made it better was a certain Mr. Reynolds in tow. Her hair looked amazing too “ love her back as a blond!
Love her or hate her, Kristen Stewart knows how to work her early 20’s, and in the metallic Dolce & Gabbana mini-dress she proudly flaunted, her fashion star will continue to rise. A far cry from the odd Converse combo presented last year (I know she sprained her ankle, but still), her small frame is perfect for her fearless stilettos which are perfectly accented by her bright green nails.
Fun, funky and completely appropriate for the MTV Movie Awards’ general aesthetic, Jessica Biel embraced both grown-up and girly in her Giambattista Valli dress that paired a sequined black skirt with white sheer blouse and pink belt for the classic feminine look. Plus, her hair was mega-shiny, which is always a red-carpet do.
Twilight darling and acting force Anna Kendrick took a risk with her Zac Posen mini-dress, and committed to fashion wholeheartedly with her choice of statement shoes. Like it or love it, if you can’t take the plunge when in you’re in your mid-20s, when can you? And why do I feel like this look will be mimicked throughout prom season 2010?
Sandra Bullock can do no wrong, and in her low-back sequined mini from Oday Shakar and killer Louboutins, she proved she was ready for her comeback, confirming it by saying “I love what I do and I’m not going anywhere!”. Charming, gracious and currently putting all of us to shame with her super toned legs, Sandra’s Sunday night look was something all starlets should look up to. She even managed to plant one on Scarlett Johannson. Eat your heart out Jesse James!