Spent Saturday sick after eating a bad Drumstick and busy entertaining children and doing some much needed cleaning around the apartment.
While I was doing that the celebs were out and about celebrating Mandela Day in New York Cityand the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup Final among other events.
Lil Kim – who performed a duet with Cyndi Lauper at the event – wore a embellished bustier, satin mini skirt and strappy heels to the Mandela Day: A 46664 Celebration at Radio City Music Hall in NYC.
I actually like this look on Kim. As well have all seen before Lil Kim can take her outfits to a place not worth going but I think she found and maintained the balance between glitzy and trashy.
Socialite Poppy Delevigne attended the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup Final yesterday in England and wore a belted floral tiered dress with leather motorcycle jacket, T-strap sandals and an off-white clutch.
While I like the outfit and thinks she looks good the leather motorcycle jacket with the girly dress is a little too trendy. A nice look from Poppy though.
Model-turned-actress Rachel Nichols attended the screening of G.I. Joe The Rise of the Cobra in Sydney, Australia today wearing a pinstriped blazer, white tank top, deep blue jeans and white pumps.
I loved the outfit until I got down to the shoes. White shoes are very difficult to pull off without looking like a nurse. Shoes aside a nice, casual look from Rachel.
Christina Milian (who has thankfully let go of the full blonde look) was photographed at Billy Clark’s birthday party on Thursday in Los Angeles wore a coral draped dress with sparkly silver heels, a black shoulder bag and red sunglasses.
Christina Milian usually falls into the When Bad Clothes Happen To Good Looking Girls category. This isn’t a horrible look, the dress is quite nice actually, but she lost herself in all of her varied accessories. Sparkly shoes, red framed sunglasses and a black and gold bag WITH a coral dress? Really? Better luck next time.
What do you all think of the weekend’s fashion? Share in the comments section.