Maybe it's Valentine's Day, or maybe it's just the joy of coming to the end of a very long (and cold ) Fashion Week , but something about this week's top 10 looks put us in a very affectionate mood.
It was love at first sight when we saw Downton Abbey alum Jessica Brown Findlay in a sweet Dior Haute Couture gown on the red carpet for A Winter's Tale. And we were happy to share the adoration with nine other ladies, who included Diane Kruger , Elizabeth Banks, and Reese Witherspoon . Not to be outdone, Lupita Nyong'o and Blake Lively  brought us flowers (on their dresses that is!). See all the looks we love on some very chic ladies.
Jennifer Connelly  kept the black-and-white trend  alive when she hit the Berlin Film Festival's red carpet in a plumed Chanel Haute Couture gown.
Another trend going strong: wearing a face on your dress . Kate Mara got on board with Prada's hunter-green design at the House of Cards season two premiere.
No basic black here! Reese Witherspoon  showed some skin with a scalloped cutout while at Lincoln Center for the Great American Songbook event honoring Bryan Lourd.
Diane Kruger  seemed to have been sent from heaven while walking the red carpet for the premiere of The Better Angels in a sleek white Elie Saab gown.
At the AARP Awards, Naomi Watts  shined her brightest in an iridescent Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci sheath.
How's this for a reason to smile? Elizabeth Banks made us grin ear-to-ear at a Listerine event while wearing Roksanda Ilincic's colorblock dress.
How sweet, Lupita Nyong'o brought us flowers (Dior flowers, no less!).
Cate Blanchett  proved silver could be just as much a first place win as gold in Prada at the Oscars nominees luncheon.
Who better to have in your front row than Blake Lively ? Michael Kors learned there was no answer to that question when the actress attended his show in a classic, floral look.
Jessica Brown Findlay
Jessica Brown Findlay made us swoon for her romantic Dior Haute Couture design while hitting the red carpet for the London premiere of A Winter's Tale.