The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere brought out the best fashion in both the humans and the vampires. The stars of the movie looked gorgeous in festive fall colors, and the other actors and actresses in attendance looked stunning as well. premiere brought out the best fashion in both the humans and the vampires. The stars of the movie looked gorgeous in festive fall colors, and the other actors and actresses in attendance looked stunning as well. Let’s take a look at some of the hottest outfits on the carpet:
Kristen Stewart dazzled us in a gold-toned dress from Zuhair Murad that stole the show. The lace aspect to the dress showed a sexy amount of skin, and the skinny belt at the waist gave the gown a great touch. Kristen paired her dress with Jimmy Choo shoes and Iwona Ludyga Design jewelry. Bella Swan might not wear this kind of dress, but Kristen looked great!
Ashley Greene looked beautiful in her ballet pink Donna Karen Atelier dress that was custom made. The one-shoulder look suited her wonderfully and showed off her toned arms. The simplicity of the detail in Ashley’s dress allowed us to notice her gorgeous Bulgari jewels that adorned her ears and hands.
She might not play a vampire in the movie, but Julianne Hough definitely looked vampy at the premiere. Her top and skirt are from Kaufman Franco, and her cute clutch is from Edie Parker. We loved the detail in her top, from the crazy neckline to the sheer material on the bodice. Julianne also included one of the biggest trends right now, which is having pockets in her skirt! Way to rock an all-black ensemble, Julianne.
Christian Serratos took her outfit back to old Hollywood glam with her red Zac Posen gown. We totally took note of the slightly puffed shoulders on the dress, which really brought out Christian’s amazing figure. Also, her Kisshy earrings were super cute. Thumbs up to Christian on an outstanding look.
Are you going to see the new Twilight movie? Whose look did you like the best from the premiere?