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There's Something Sexy For Everyone in This Week's Top 10

Feb 2 2014 - 8:00am

The range of dresses in this week's top 10 proves that sexy comes in all different forms. In the case of Gwyneth Paltrow [1]'s bright blue David Koma dress, cutouts and leather strips amped up an otherwise conservative cut. Other stars like Jessica Alba [2] and Michelle Dockery managed to make flowers look positively sultry, while sequins added dramatic glamour to Cate Blanchett [3]'s and Felicity Jones's gowns. Read on to see the looks we loved on some very chic ladies.

Jessica Alba at Stand Up to Cancer

How sweet! Jessica Alba [4] looked lovely in a one-of-a-kind Ralph Lauren Collection hand-painted Italian leather cocktail dress.

Cate Blanchett at the AACTA Awards

In Sydney, Cate Blanchett [5] took the plunge in a sparkling Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci sequined gown.

Kerry Washington at the Directors Guild of America Awards

Kerry Washington continued to keep us on our toes with her eclectic maternity style, opting for Oscar de la Renta's white tulle daisy cotton guipure embroidered dress.

Gwyneth Paltrow at Stand Up to Cancer

Gwyneth Paltrow [6]'s bright blue David Koma sheath balanced a conservative hem with sexy cutouts.

Kate Beckinsale at the Warner Group's Grammys Celebration

Kate Beckinsale [7] feted the Grammys while working her curves in Rubin Singer's black and red floral strapless minidress.

Felicity Jones at the UK Premiere of The Invisible Woman

Felicity Jones was a knockout on the London red carpet in her embellished gold halter gown.

Cameron Diaz at the Tag Heuer Flagship Opening

Cameron Diaz [8] contrasted her covered-up look with a hint of skin on her plunging coat dress while modeling her Tag Heuer timepiece.

Michelle Dockery at a Non-Stop Press Event

Michelle Dockery was Non-Stop pretty in her sheer, floral cocktail dress.

Jennifer Hudson at Clive Davis's Pre-Grammys Party

Strategic sheer strips on Christopher Kane's bright sheath accentuated Jennifer Hudson [9]'s flawless figure.

Anna Kendrick at The Night That Changed America

Anna Kendrick [10] rocked the Grammys salute to The Beatles in her mod Markus Lupfer shift.

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