There are a few color combinations that we always love -- navy and black, camel and white and gray and purple -- and now we've found a new favorite to add to our list.
Two of the best-dressed stars of the week came out wearing blue and orange outfits and we couldn't get enough. Michelle Obama stunned in a graphic frock and "Game of Thrones" star Nathalie Emmanuel stole the show in a baby blue top and a bright orange pencil skirt.
Check out our favorite looks of the week and let us know if you agree with our picks.
Does this outfit mean it's spring? We can't stop smiling looking at her vibrant orange skirt and blue asymmetrical top. Her curly hair and simple accessories really seal the deal and make this ensemble one to remember.
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No one does color quite like FLOTUS. The graphic shapes on Obama's dress and her billowy skirt makes this outfit perfect for travel.
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Leave it to the "Mad Men" star to find a dress that is both age-appropriate yet still fashion-forward. The silhouette of this dress is young and fun, but the embellishments, midi-length and sleek makeup ensure that she looks sophisticated enough for the red carpet.
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Gingham is huge for spring. It's also really easy to wear. This top acts as a neutral and adds the perfect amount of texture to James' outfit. We also love the subtle stripe in her skirt; it takes this look from good to great.
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There is something so effortless yet attractive about wearing a simple T-shirt underneath a blazer. Oh and extra props for his white sneakers -- they are clean, simple and really pop against his otherwise dark look. And please, don't get us started on the beard.
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Wide-leg pants may be having a moment right now, but they can be difficult to wear. The key to nailing this trend lies in proportion. Hemingway's tight-fitting white top is a nice contrast to her roomier trousers. Her necktie makes her look chic and pulled together.