March Fabness 2011, Round 2: Chanel and Dior

Let the voting begin.

Chanel Bracket:

LEA MICHELE vs. EMMA STONE

Lea’s half-assing it with a fake smile and a casual pose, but we still know she’s rocking that dress.

Lea Michele in Zac Posen

Loving the shoulder piece on Emma here, though it looks a little jumbled.

Emma Stone in Stella McCartney

HAIR. SHINY. DRESS. SHINY. WAIST. TEENSY. ANNNNNND GO!

Lea Michele in Oscar de la Renta

Emma traded in all Lea’s ruffles for a whole shitload of pattern. And highlights, duh!

Emma Stone in Chanel

Lea keeps it classy, casual and fabulous:

Lea Michele in Amanda Wakeley

Emma counters with basic black and red hot lips:

Emma Stone

Lea hits back with sparkles, a cut-out back, and a ponytail.

Lea Michele in Roberto Cavalli

So Emma amps up the sparkles, lightens the hair, and fabbs it all the way home.

Emma Stone in Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière

But Lea comes back into play with a pop of color!

Lea Michele in Zac Posen

Emma chooses to go for a unique color too – the color of her skin!

Emma Stone in Calvin Klein

Now, Lea’s not fucking around anymore. Bring out the serious glam.

Lea Michele in Catherine Malandrino

Emma counters:

Emma Stone in Lanvin

AMY ADAMS vs. BLAKE LIVELY

We love nothing more than an adorably pregnant star in a great gown.

Amy Adams in Alberta Ferreti

But skinny blonde bitches in little white dresses have a soft spot in this Diva’s heart.

Blake Lively in Chanel

Upping the class and style for a dressed-up day look.

Amy Adams in Stella McCartney

Moving right along to the anything-but-basic cocktail dress:

Blake Lively in Marchesa

But Amy responds with lacy, lacy lace.

Amy Adams in Carolina Herrera

Blake doesn’t have lace, but she’s making up for it in tweed and sheer fabric!

Blake Lively in Chanel

Time to go simple-glam. Curve-hugging and white.

Amy Adams in Herve L. Leroux

But Blake goes casual hair and laid-back pose in super-sexy black lace.

Blake Lively in Elie Saab

But Amy knows when it’s time to really pull out the glam.

Amy Adams in L’Wren Scott

So Blake shines in red – lips, shoes, ring, and dress!

Blake Lively in Chanel

But Amy takes it down to cool, smooth, old Hollywood, glamorous as can be.

Amy Adams in Marchesa

But Blake’s not done – she’s got her own dramatic gown in unique shades of blue/gray!

Blake Lively in Lanvin

Dior Bracket:

EMMA WATSON vs. OLIVIA WILDE

I hope Emma is on her way to an awesome party, because this so is that dress that you have to wear on a totally ridiculous night. You wear that dress because you know you’re going to be walking across campus in it tomorrow morning.

Emma Watson in Karl Lagerfeld

Olivia brings the sex right away – she’s all low-cut and curve-hugging and utterly delightful.

Olivia Wilde in Armani Prive

Emma kicks it back to the 1920s and presents herself as a pixie flapper witch in a fierce fucking dress.

Emma Watson in Rafael Lopez

Oh, a cocktail dress. Olivia thinks. Try MANY SEPARATES AND COLORS!

Olivia Wilde in Gucci

Emma’s expression here is so, “seriously, Olivia? You thought you could beat this bitch?

Emma Watson in Burberry

So Diane stomps off like a drag queen, composes herself, and throws on her sparkles:

Olivia Wilde

But Miss Granger says, it’s time to minimalize.

Emma Watson in Calvin Klein

Olivia sees all the minimalist beauty and adds a thousand sparkles.

TINA FEY vs. KEIRA KNIGHTLEY

Tina Fey is totally adorable and posing like a supermodel. I’m loving it.

Tina Fey

Keeks keeps things laid-back, opting for a fun sundress and a blazer.

Keira Knightley in Nina Ricci

But Tina’s ready to show off some fabulous!

Tina Fey in L’Wren Scott

Begrudginly, Keira purses her lips, dons her gold Chanel dress . . . and puts on a blazer.

Keira Knightley in Chanel

Let’s get down to why we’re really here: THE FAB FACTOR.

Tina Fey in Oscar de la Renta

Keira says, I can do fab.

Keira Knightley in Chanel

© Democracy Diva, 2011.

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