Magazine article Variety

Stars Bare Legs, Arms for 'Kong: Skull Island' Preem

Magazine article Variety

Stars Bare Legs, Arms for 'Kong: Skull Island' Preem

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CD-sized earrings never work, let alone with such a statement dress.

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The dress hits her frame nicely, but the cutouts are a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen. And we're not crazy about the color.

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The gold bag is too much with this eye-popping look.

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Christina Milian

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Deciding between a sleek up-do and a wavy one can be tough; she hit the mark by doing both.

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The scarlet gown speaks for itself, so we're glad she let it do all the talking by wearing it sans accessories.

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Bolder brows definitely upped the "cool girl" factor here.

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Brie Larson

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The film has enough military garb, so let's leave the khaki blazer on set, agreed?

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We're on board with the strong tailoring and pleated sleeves, but not over a bodycon dress.

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The nude shoes make her legs look longer - smart move.

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Mary Lynn Rajskub

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A velvet babydoll dress may sound like a great idea, but this one needs more of a waistline.

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The sleeves need a snip here and there. We'd recommend either a better tailor or leaving this one back at the dollhouse.

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Hairspray is much needed - she's flyaway central!

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Jing Tian

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A shiny suit can easily turn tacky, but it feels effortless and appropriate on this Magic Mike dancer. …

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