Best Looks of the Week

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This week's roundup of best dressed ladies has us super-psyched for a springtime fashion. Why? We'll tell ya!

First, in the let-me-see-those-legs arena, Jordana Brewster took to the Los Angeles premiere of Furious 7 in a starfish-printed Valentino frock featuring a sheer illusion high-low hem and sexy plunging neckline. The actress paired her premiere-perfect look with Stuart Weitzman sandals and a mint-green clutch, giving us accessories-envy to boot.

Co-star Nathalie Emmanuel turned heads too, donning a floor-sweeping Cushnie Et Ochs dress with a peek-a-boo midriff cut-out. The actress complemented her sunny frock with a Ferragamo clutch and Brian Atwood heels, solidifying it as one of the best looks of the night.

Also wearing a sunshine hue? Zoe Saldana, who kicked her black-and-white Roland Mouret midi up a notch at the Samsung Galaxy S6 launch with the chicest pair of yellow pumps (by Christian Louboutin, natch) that we ever did see.

Meanwhile, Jenna Dewan stepped out for the Forward By Elyse Walker & David Koma dinner in one of Koma's covetable designs. Her structural little white number was made even hotter with a couple strategically placed cut-outs, while her simple black sandals helped pull the leg-lengthening look together.

And last but never least, we can't get enough of Anna Camp's tiered, floral-print Suno frock, which she wore with bright pink lips and Jimmy Choo peep-toe pumps at the Los Angeles premiere of Resident Advisors. (Adding to the list of spring frocks we need immediately.)

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