If Jennifer Lopez in this Charbel Zoe stunner and Iggy Azalea in Versace are any indication, metallics are going to make a big play this season, specifically silver. The shiny style is flattering to every skin tone and one sure fire way to look totally glam. Though now that J.Lo and I-G-G-Y have worn it, others may cower.
Lizzy Caplan's Donna Karen Atelier design is the perfect example of peep holes done right. The missing side sections show just enough skin without dipping into tacky territory. Very few celebs can wear this look, but the Masters of Sex star rocks it beautifully.
The purest of colors never technically goes out of style but we have a feeling Sofia Vergara's Roberto Cavalli creation is going to inspire quite a few celebs to step out in white—before or after Labor Day.
Sarah Silverman proves that no matter how fashionable you are in your everyday life, a low V takes you to the next level glam wise. Her Marni dress is dangerously low, just like the sexiest celebs like it.
Beyonce keeps the covered-up couture trend going with this long-sleeved look from Zuhair Murad. We had a feeling the cut would stay popular after Kim Kardashian's full-armed wedding gown, and it looks like that fashion forecast is going to come true.
Halle Berry always manages to bring a vintage feel to her fashions while still keeping them current. We'd love to see more stars step out in her unique halter cut, but we're not sure any will top this pitch perfect Elie Saab.
The Emmys proved that the stars are seeing scarlet this season (say that five times fast). Mad Men ladies January Jones and Christina Hendricks both rocked the bold color for TV's biggest night, as did several other celebs.
Apparently the belly-bearing formal wear trend still won't die! At least Sarah Hyland gives it a fun twist with this ball gown skirt. We expect to see many more slits of stomach skin in the coming months.