Posted Aug 19 2010 @ 05:45 PM
Stepping out for a girls night on the town, Kelly Rowland and Brandy were photographed leaving Katsuya in Hollywood on August 18, after meeting up with Paris Hilton inside the sushi joint. The two gorgeous ladies were spotted looking happy as can be, as they headed to their car hand in hand. Both decided to stick to a black, white, and grey color scheme, and let's check out what each of them wore! Starting with Kelly, she slipped into BCBG Max Azria's Fall 2010 patterned strapless dress, along with a pair of leather heels, a hefty gold cuff, huge hoop earrings and a woven black tote bag. To get her look, try pairing one of the patterned maxis on CoutureCandy, like Love True Love's Tom Cat Dress in Multi or Jenny Han's Brush Stroke Smocked Maxi Dress in Multi with Linea Pelle Collection's Perry Woven Hobo in Black. A fierce bang and glossy lip completed Kelly's warm summer night ensemble. Brandy, on the other hand, went a bit more demure, by pairing a high waisted black skirt (like T by Alexander Wang's Ruched Skirt in Black) with a tucked-in white top (Tt Collection's Shannen Top in White is very similar) and similar heels to Kelly's. From there, Brandy toted a leather clutch and wore a multi-strand black beaded necklace (how cute is Amrita Singh's Dita Necklace in Multi?). What are your thoughts, everyone - who wore their look best? I can't get over how phenomenal Kelly looks in that dress! Even though it's semi-shapeless, she's working it!
Kelly Rowland seen in Hollywood, CA on Aug 18 2010.
Brandy's outfit I'd totally wear, Kelly's is a bit harder for normal people to pull off, but she looks gorgeous!guest on Aug 19 2010 @ 06:29 PM
kelly looks fantastic in this dress! tough to pull off!guest on Aug 19 2010 @ 07:08 PM
As you may have already heard, Yves Saint Laurent died this weekend, at the age of 71. He was as big a name as it comes in fashion, and the New York Times article I linked to does a great job of summarizing his achievements. For fashionistas today, YSL is actually even more relevant than ever for at least two reasons. First, you may have noticed that swing coats and trapeze dresses are everywhere–well, they’re just a revival of YSL’s famous 1958 collection, which he introduced for Christian Dior when he was just 21. Second, YSL is the brand behind one of the most iconic shoes of todayguest on Aug 19 2010 @ 08:23 PM
I could wear both...FABULOUS!! RIP YSL!!!guest on Aug 20 2010 @ 08:29 AM
You dummy...YSL died in 2008...what are you talking about!!!
Both ladies look to die for!!! Go Kel and Bran!!guest on Aug 20 2010 @ 08:32 AM
Sweeeeet X 2!!!guest on Aug 21 2010 @ 03:25 AM
love the lookguest on Aug 23 2010 @ 10:58 AM