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$80 Could Buy You a Spot on Our Best Dressed List

Mar 23 2014 - 9:00am

Eva Mendes [1] always looks great, but there was something notable about how chic she looked at her Spring launch for her New York & Company collection [2]. The pretty design [3] featured a colorful floral print, feminine silhouette, and an $80 price tag.

And she wasn't the only star looking stellar this week. Whether they were wearing designer garments, like Naomie Harris in Burberry or Shailene Woodley in Elie Saab, or rocking Topshop or H&M as January Jones [4] and Camilla Belle did, there was something for everyone to admire in this top 10. See all the looks we loved on some very chic ladies.

Camilla Belle

Camilla Belle got us thinking ahead to warmer days in her H&M Conscious earrings and an airy white dress at the label's cocktail party.

Jennifer Connelly

Jennifer Connelly [5] went couture in Giambattista Valli's jeweled design on the Noah carpet.

Emma Watson

Though she wasn't wearing a dress over her pants [6], we were happy to see Emma Watson [7] hit the Noah premiere in a J. Mendel jumpsuit.

Naomie Harris

Naomie Harris looked as sleek as the James Bond vehicles she posed in front of in a Burberry suit.

Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes [8] accented her pretty floral dress with sweet mint accessories at her New York & Company event.

Zoë Kravitz

Zoë Kravitz benefitted from her friendship with Alexander Wang and once again wore one of the designer's Balenciaga dresses on the Divergent red carpet.

Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum took flight in a dove appliqué Andrew Gn dress and Sergio Rossi heels at a botanical New York cocktail party.

Shailene Woodley

Shailene Woodley doubled up on Elie Saab, wearing the designer twice this week [9] while promoting Divergent.

January Jones

At the Rebel With a Cause Gala, January Jones [10] rocked the same Topshop dress Beyoncé wore in London [11] — with a slightly different styling technique.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone [12] also opted for black and white stripes while wearing Chloé separates in Sydney.

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