We're not so sure how to feel about this...
This is a BOLD look, but it's working for us!
The stunning number featured a scalloped pattern along the bodice, two-toned cable knit skirt, and a voluptuous burst of layered peplum at the waist — GORGE!
Maggie kept the footwear simple with black Louboutin pumps, but added pops of pink to her cheeks and lips.
FABBY all the way!
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It's always nice to change it up!
Maggie Gyllenhaal put on a mini fashion show while coming and going from the Today show studios in New York on Monday.
The actress arrived at 30 Rock to plug her new film, Won’t Back Down, casually dressed in a floral print skirt with a navy and orange color block top and sandals.
When it came time to leave, Maggie emerged from the studio in outfit #2: a gorgeous grape-colored dress with latice detail and Christian Louboutin pumps.
If she needed two ensembles to prevent a fashion fail, then we can't complain!
Which look do U like best???
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Maggie Gyllenhaal attended the premiere in Rome for her film Hysteria this past Friday.
The 33-year-old hottie worked the red carpet with her hubby Peter Sarsgaard.
Gyllenhaal wore an ivory Alexander McQueen Spring 2012 dress with a ruffled neckline.
While we’re loving the white gown, the black shoes have got to go!
What do U think about wearing black stilettos with a white dress?
Trendsetter? Or fashion faux pas?
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Yesterday marked the premiere of Nanny McPhee Returns at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square in New York City.
And working the red carpet was Maggie Gyllenhaal in her little back dress.
Gyllenhaal wore a body-hugging black Lanvin dress and paired it with some nude heels.
She also opted not to wear any jewelry and kept her makeup simple with emphasis on her bold, red lips.
We’re liking the look.
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It seems like every month a different magazine comes out with their own "Best-Dressed" list, this time around it's Vanity Fair.
The mag has named their International Best-Dressed, which is about "individual taste, not fashion trends".
Vanity Fair's list included mostly celebs and royals from around the world, but we picked out the more well known who made top honors.
And the best-dressed of 2010 are:
Helena Bonham Carter
Maggie & Jake Gyllenhaal
We're kind of surprised by a couple of names on there, but for the most part we agree.
There's a new shoe making their way into celebrity closets that could make those fug Crocs old news.
The Wörishofer, a more aesthetically pleasing sandal with a cork sole, is said to be just as comfortable as Crocs and even help relieve foot pain.
Wörishofers retail in boutiques for around $60 and come in array of styles and colors.
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