On This Week's Best Dressed List, A Stylish Couple Hits It Out Of The Park

06/05/2015 07:00 am ET | Updated Jun 08, 2015


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Over the past couple of days, we've seen so many amazing outfits, we don't quite know what to do with ourselves.

Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger looked like the fashion darlings they are at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, Kate Hudson flaunted her figure in a low-cut gown at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards, and Kerry Washington proved that sometimes a dress isn't the best option on the red carpet.

Check out the best-dressed stars of the week and let us know if you agree with our picks.

  • Play up your assets.
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    Kate Hudson in J. Mendel: Hudson knows her body and understands that her small bust is perfect for this plunging gown. Not only is the color popping against her fair skin and blonde hair, but we love how she chose an updo to really showcase that beautiful neckline.
  • Sometimes a skirt and a top are more powerful than a dress.
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    Kerry Washington in David Koma: The red carpet is riddled with dresses, so when we see a top and skirt, we're always refreshingly surprised. Leave it to fashion girl Kerry Washington to dazzle us with an embellished skirt and a simple, strapless black top. Her spot-on minimal styling ensures that her glitzy skirt -- and that high slit -- were the focal point of the outfit.
  • Experiment with cut-outs.
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    Charlize Theron in Cushnie et Ochs: It feels as though cut-outs have been trendy forever and we have seen them in every single iteration. But here, Theron shows off a fresh take. Her dress is sexy, without being overtly so, and also extremely flattering. This lady can do no wrong.
  • Make sure a black dress has special details.
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    Suki Waterhouse in Elie Saab: The keyhole detail on this gown is what takes it from boring black dress to best-dressed material. The pretty fabric makes it appear as though she is floating along the red carpet and the belt helps to give her a nice shape.
  • Don't be afraid to wear a bold color head-to-toe.
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    Elizabeth Banks in Osman: Banks is a monochromatic dream in this bright red look. The actress not only chose to wear this hue on her body but to play it up in her accessories, too. The spot-on tailoring and simple makeup make her look put together rather than over the top.
  • Own it.
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    Diane Kruger in Roland Mouret: The hat. The cut-outs. The sunglasses. The well-dressed man. This is what two fashion icons look like.

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