Thursday, February 24, 2011

What To Wear To Meet Prince Charles?



Catherine Zeta Jones wore a Michael Kors suit and a pair of gold Christian Louboutin heels as she was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace on February 24, 2011 in London. A picture-perfect family is also a good accessory (I'm so glad to see Michael Douglas looking healthy). On just about anyone else this suit would have looked boring and maybe even matronly, but Catherine Zeta Jones has what it takes to look ravishing in just about anything.


Speaking of brunette bombshells, I love Demi Moore's hair here- you don't see a fishtail braid on the red carpet very often, and it's such a fresh look (and as far from Real Housewives of Whatever as possible). Demi wore this plait and Vivienne Westwood gown to the 13th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles this week.

I'm off to see if I can get the husband to braid my hair Demi-style.

Photos: Getty Images via Zimbio.

4 comments:

  1. Catherine and Demi both
    looked gorgeous!

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  2. I'm not really a fan of CZJ, but she is ravishing in these pictures. I love Demi's hair. My hubby would laugh me out of the house if I asked him to braid my hair! ;-)

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  3. Catherine is perfectly groomed, coiffed (love the hat!), and dressed in a manner befitting the occasion. She's elegant and understated and her family is beautiful.

    I love the color on Demi, but it looks like her bodice is slipping off her breasts. It's really not a good look on any women once breasts have started heading south. She could do with a bit more support. Young and perky, she ain't! It happens to all of us eventually :-(

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  4. Ok, what is it with the hats? I think they tend to border on the absurd. Some of these concoctions are perched on British ladies' heads in ways that defy gravity. :)

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