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What Do You Think?

January 28, 2014

When you walk into a room, or down the red carpet, what should be noticed first? You or your dress?

Check out Sandra Bullock on the red carpet.

1 Sandra She’s stunning in this red gown designed by Vera Wang.

But overwhelmed in this multicolored dress designed by Prabal Gurung.


Sharon Stone  made a splash on the red carpet twice!


The first time, was when she wore a black Gap turtleneck with a Valentino  trumpet skirt.

Picture49-1The second, she wore a tailored white shirt also from the Gap with a Vera Wang skirt.

Sharon Stone is a woman who knows her style and isn’t afraid to show it off!

She looked stunning both times!


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