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Honey, Help Me! The Angel Ball in NYC

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A lot of celebs are fortunate enough to have stylists that make sure they’re always well dressed. Unfortunately, celebs also have too many yes-men – people who are afraid to tell them they’re making a bad decision.

Between stylist and yes-men sometimes Hollywood’s finest step out in looks that stun us. Other times they step out in looks that just scream, “Honey, Help Me!”

Singer-songwriter Estelle at the Angel Ball in NYC

Estelle, darling, what were you thinking? Her color scheme is GREAT – green and black with gold earrings but this is not the way to mix a print. Doing an animal print in a different color is fun and creative, but stick to one trend at a time! She didn’t need to add a belt, fur bottom, cutout and embellishment to the black. Less is more. If she’d stick to just the leopard print and get rid of the other trends this would be perfect.

Socialite Kim Kardashian at the Angel Ball in NYC

One of my favorite things about Kim Kardashian‘s style is that she knows what looks good on her, but she still isn’t afraid to take risks. This lady’s got chutzpah – and it usually serves her well, but not this time. She did well with the on trend cobalt blue, and was sure to cinch that waist with the belt but this dress  is cut WAY too loose. The bat sleeves add  too much bulk and the double leg slit is just too much. A fitted top half and single slit would make this dress a knockout.

Music Producer Nile Rodgers at the Angel Ball in NYC

It’s generally harder for men to look bad, you buy a suit, have it tailored and get a fresh cut and shave right before your big event. Which is why I’m surprised  Nile Rodgers seems to have overlooked this final step in his preparation – the hair. I’m not sure if he’s concealing an overdue twisting appointment or dye job but this dollar store bandana is not an appropriate way to do so. He should have either scheduled a touch-up in time for this event or find a classier wrap to conceal his roots.

Esta Fiesta is a Brooklyn based blogger with a love of music and finding new shoes. When she's not watching a movie or testing out new hair products she can be found doing Pilates - but only so she can eat from the waffle truck of course! Follow her Tweets at @ItsEstaFiesta

Honey, Help Me! The Angel Ball in NYC

By  |  1 Comment

A lot of celebs are fortunate enough to have stylists that make sure they’re always well dressed. Unfortunately, celebs also have too many yes-men – people who are afraid to tell them they’re making a bad decision.

Between stylist and yes-men sometimes Hollywood’s finest step out in looks that stun us. Other times they step out in looks that just scream, “Honey, Help Me!”

Singer-songwriter Estelle at the Angel Ball in NYC

Estelle, darling, what were you thinking? Her color scheme is GREAT – green and black with gold earrings but this is not the way to mix a print. Doing an animal print in a different color is fun and creative, but stick to one trend at a time! She didn’t need to add a belt, fur bottom, cutout and embellishment to the black. Less is more. If she’d stick to just the leopard print and get rid of the other trends this would be perfect.

Socialite Kim Kardashian at the Angel Ball in NYC

One of my favorite things about Kim Kardashian‘s style is that she knows what looks good on her, but she still isn’t afraid to take risks. This lady’s got chutzpah – and it usually serves her well, but not this time. She did well with the on trend cobalt blue, and was sure to cinch that waist with the belt but this dress  is cut WAY too loose. The bat sleeves add  too much bulk and the double leg slit is just too much. A fitted top half and single slit would make this dress a knockout.

Music Producer Nile Rodgers at the Angel Ball in NYC

It’s generally harder for men to look bad, you buy a suit, have it tailored and get a fresh cut and shave right before your big event. Which is why I’m surprised  Nile Rodgers seems to have overlooked this final step in his preparation – the hair. I’m not sure if he’s concealing an overdue twisting appointment or dye job but this dollar store bandana is not an appropriate way to do so. He should have either scheduled a touch-up in time for this event or find a classier wrap to conceal his roots.

Esta Fiesta is a Brooklyn based blogger with a love of music and finding new shoes. When she's not watching a movie or testing out new hair products she can be found doing Pilates - but only so she can eat from the waffle truck of course! Follow her Tweets at @ItsEstaFiesta