Sarah Paulson was obviously going for a comfortable fun look tonight at the TIFF premiere of "Martha Marcy May Marlene" premiere when the actress arrived on the red carpet in a vibrant purple Marc Jacobs organza dress.
The beauty of wearing this dress that has many folds in the crinkle design is that it already has a "wrinkled look" and you can feel pretty confident in front of the cameras that you don't have any faux pas going on. I love the young feel Sarah brought to the party dress with her rose gold hoop earrings, casual hair, light make-up and her satin "Marcela" pumps by Brian Atwood.
I officially want to be Madeline Carroll's new best friend that she shares her shoes with. The young actress attended the premiere of her movie "Machine Gun Preacher" tonight during the Toronto International Film Festival wearing the ultra ah-maz-ing "Ziggy" boots by Christian Louboutin.
I've had my eyes on these babies lately. The zig-zag design, funky colors, and glittery fabric easily put them at the top of the wish list for any true fashionista.
I could write and write about my thoughts of the Calvin Klein white and grey shift dress that Michelle Monaghan wore to the premiere of "Machine Gun Preacher" at the Toronto International Film Festival, but I know you really only care about the shoes.
The shoes, oh the shoes. Michelle added a splash - no - a tsunami of color with her "Power Stud" platform pumps by Brian Atwood. In the words of Rachel Zoe: "I die" for these pumps. I recently told someone I wanted to own them and have them placed in a glass case for when I wasn't wearing them because they're just that fabulous and deserve to always be on display. A shoe like this commands attention.