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Would You Wear Head-To-Toe Red Like Kate Bosworth?

07/27/2010 at 01:30 PM ET

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We can always count on trendsetter Kate Bosworth to light up a room with her chic and sometimes unexpected sense of style, and last week’s appearance at a Los Angeles dinner for French designer Vanessa Bruno was no exception! Draped in head-to-toe red, the fashion plate paired a scarlet asymmetric cut dress with a matching red jacket and pointy Jonathan Kelsey heels. And while the actress looked stunning in the block of on-trend color–smartly keeping accessories and makeup to a minimum–we can’t help but wonder if this monochromatic look is a little bit too color-coordinated? We want to know what you think. Tell us: Would you match your shoes to your dress and jacket like Kate Bosworth? Vote below!

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Iciis Fiore Shoe Boutique on

Head to toe red is definately a no no. Sorry Kate but next time, please no red on red unless its a Ferrari!

betty on

Shoes in nude, I would prefer.

Emily-Rose on

This look is a little over the top. A simple pop of colour with an all-neutral outfit works better.

 

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