Ready for your bi-weekly dose of What Was She Wearing: Answers? We thought so! Indulge your label curiosity and read on for all the pertinent details.*
*brought to you by Allison and Jessica, as always
While some people are eager for the release of Spider-Man 3 this Friday, WWWD readers are more excited about Kirsten Dunst's palette of premiere ensemble choices. Understandably so! It's not easy to look red-carpet fabulous for two weeks in a row. We were asked about the dress she wore to last week's premiere in Rome. Her violet satin dress and ruby belt (which looks remarkably like a headband) are both Prada. If you must add one to your closet, contact Neiman Marcus for details (price upon request, 888.888.4757).
We spotlighted Nicole Richie's jumper in yesterday's Style Stalker so its only natural we show the other half of the photo-featuring her mate, Sophie Monk. Readers were equally curious about Monk's leg-showcasing tunic from Australian boutique, Sportsgirl. Good luck finding it in the States, but our lucky readers in Oz can visit sportsgirl.com.au for store locations or call (03) 9426-0600. For ladies elsewhere around the globe, we like the similar cut of Free People's Printed Full Sleeve Tunic ($98, freepeople.com).
Lately we've received fashion inquiries about Lindsay Lohan's attire at an ever-increasing rate. No surprise there-her face has appeared on an impressive number of magazine covers this year (Nylon, Allure, GQ-and it's only May!), and her highly-anticipated film, Georgia Rule, is just around the corner. Seen here leaving a Coffee Bean in Beverly Hills, Lohan is summer-ready in an outfit that left many of you with jumpsuit-envy. To address your question, Miss Lindsay is wearing a Charlotte Ronson romper and yes, you can purchase this exact item ($189, shopbop.com). Now all you need is an ice-blended and starlet status, and you'll be all set.
Stepping out in a pair of Miu Miu heels sure to send Carrie Bradshaw into cardiac arrest, Camilla Belle had our readers flying to their computers to ask about this popping blue silk dress by Oscar de la Renta ($2,950, net-a-porter.com). Though impossible to imitate an Oscar de la Renta dress, we love the After-Party Dress from Anthropologie in the same electric blue color ($168, anthropologie.com). For information on her shoes, call Miu Miu at (323) 651-0072. Camilla: we're armed and ready with aspirin-bring on the next heart-attack-inducing ensemble!
Photo of Lindsay, courtesy of www.x17online.com