You know that feeling when you get to a party and everyone's dressed exactly the same? It's almost as if a memo went out that crop tops or maxi skirts were the theme of the day. That's the sensation we got with this week's best dressed stars, who we spotted in several patterns, including lace, orange, and of course, crop tops.
While Emma Roberts represented for team midriff in a Tanya Taylor skirt at Comic-Con, Jessica Alba  had the same thought at mind in Zimmermann's frillier take on the trend. And any arguments that orange is the new black came directly from Elle Fanning, Gemma Arterton, and Nicola Peltz, who each did the hue proud at their respective events. We can think of no better way to go into the weekend than with another look at these stellar styles.
Chloë Moretz arrived for the Young Hollywood Awards in Valentino's fittingly youthful fabric.
At Comic-Con, Elle Fanning had the same idea in mind when she selected Christopher Kane's neon lace sheath.
Add Nicola Peltz to the list of orange fans; she did the color justice while walking the Tokyo red carpet in her plunging gown.
At Comic-Con, Jessica Alba  paired her covetable Zimmermann skirt with tasseled Kotur shoes for a look that was anything but basic.
Emma Roberts had the same thought in mind when she arrived at Comic-Con in a Tanya Taylor floral skirt that she teamed with a Houghton crop top, Tod's clutch, and Casadei heels.
Back on the orange page, Gemma Arterton stomped divots at the Audi International at Guards Polo Club wearing a sleek dress in the week's most popular hue.
Megan Fox  made an exception to this week's dress code. Instead, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles star stayed in character at the Mexico City premiere by suiting up in Zuhair Murad's tough, green mini.
Zoe Saldana  kept her maternity style going strong in a black silk Lanvin dress that had a bump-concealing tulip skirt.
Proving once again that things came in pairs this week, Kristen Bell  also cloaked her baby belly in a billowy design and added sleek pumps.
OK, so Ashley Madekwe didn't wear a crop top to Comic-Con, but that didn't make her Dior design any less standout than the rest!