In this week’s installment of Best-Dressed Celebrities, stars seemed to be on one of two wavelengths: suits or old-school Hollywood glamour. With feminine flourishes like feathers decorating some suits and oversized shapes adding an 80s silhouette to others, tailoring is being favored by everyone right now, no matter how well-defined their personal style is. On the other side of the spectrum lies traditional red-carpet fare, like sequined gowns and metallic dresses. Either way, we’re pleased to see versatile options represented. Which extreme do you prefer? Let us know by voting in the poll below.
Gown by Louis Vuitton
In her personal life, Emma Stone hardly seems to be a traditionalist, but on the red carpet, she prefers to stick to classics, like this statuesque look by Louis Vuitton.
Suit by Prada
Katie Holmes favors experimental fashion more than most, and this feathered suit is evidence that she has a great eye for offbeat style.
Suit by Marc Jacobs
Lady Gaga got the suit memo, and she went with one that couldn’t be more memorable. Choosing a sharp-shouldered, slouchy suit from Marc Jacobs, she looked a little bit more lord than lady.
Gown by Gucci
Lately, Dakota Johnson has been favoring ethereal Gucci gowns for her red-carpet appearances, but she really stepped it up with this stunning beaded look.
Look by Ralph Lauren
Olivia Palermo combined the sense of a little black dress with asymmetrical details and feathered trim for an irresistible look that cemented her status as eternally chic.
Dress by Martin Grant
A visit to Australia meant plenty of press appearances for Meghan Markle this week, and this is the look that won us over. Yes, it’s on the casual side, but it’s still elegant and a little daring – royal rules dictate that she isn’t supposed to bare her shoulders.