By Elana Katz
Michelle Williams was a vision in her orange-coral Louis Vitton gown with its tiered skirt. The peplum style gave her a beautiful shape and added structure to the ensemble. She accessorized with a collar-like necklace by Forever Mark, keeping the look elegant and demure.
The little touch of her bow broche and pink clutch also added that extra sparkle and femininity.
Stacy Keibler stunned with her gorgeous, gold Marchesa gown. Her slender frame was perfectly accentuated with its off-the-shoulder sleeve. This dress was both sexy and classy.
The flowing fabric allowed for an unparalleled sultriness. Her hair was simple and classic, followed by a small gold clutch to accessorize ever so slightly, but perfectly.
Shailene Woodley wore a long-sleeved cream Valentino gown that aged her well beyond her years. As a young woman, there was no reason to wear a dress that covered every inch of her body. However, on the red carpet, Woodley explained that it was the first dress that she truly felt exemplified who she is, and for that I give her credit for taking a risk.
Anna Faris is known to be perky and spunky, but the Diane von Furstenberg black sequin gown that she wore did not display that. The dress was too high-necked for so much sparkle and detail. The sleeves were too long for her as well, making her appear as if she was rolled in a black garbage bag. What threw me off most was her short, bobbed hairstyle, which clashed horribly with her dress. For such a young, beautiful woman, this dress took away from all of her fabulous physical qualities.