Sunday, February 14, 2016

Best-dressed at the MTV Movie Awards

Young Hollywood hit the MTV Movie Awards red carpet Sunday evening in colorful and playful pieces. We pick the best-dressed:

Best-dressed at the MTV Movie Awards


Stars from this year's big blockbuster hits including the Hunger Games, Harry Potter and Bridesmaids attended the MTV Movie Awards Sunday evening in a range of colorful, playful pieces. Some selected bold silhouettes while others claimed camera-attention in pretty prints and patterns. Here are our picks for best-dressed.

22-year-old Emma Watson brought some of her own magic to Hollywood in a mini halter dress by up-and-coming New York designer BROOD. The Harry Potter star completed her look with shoes by Tabitha Simmons. We look forward to seeing her in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."

Basic black

Shailene Woodley has made some awful red carpet choices this past year- first, there was this floral dress she wore the SAG Awards, followed by the bride of Frankenstein lace dress she donned to the Oscars. So naturally we were pleased to see her opt for a more-flattering, yet risky fashion choice in this black jumpsuit by Stella McCartney.

Bright in white

Fans and critics have sky-high style expectations for Leighton Meester and her "Gossip Girl" cast-mates at any red carpet event. So it comes as no surprise that Meester swept the MTV Movie Awards in a white Christian Cota ensemble and nude Brian Atwood pumps. The actress added a clutch by Jimmy Choo and bangles by Neil Lane. We liked her basic make-up with the pop of orange lipstick for a fresh, au natural look.

Crazy cut-outs

We had to highlight Elizabeth Banks, who at 34-years-old looks like she's in her mid-twenties. The "Hunger Games" actress and Penn-grad went for an electrifying, black, sheer, cut-out number by Elie Saab. Banks topped off her ensemble with black pumps and a chic, youthful bun.

View more photos of stars at the event, here.
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