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On This Week's Best Dressed List, Ciara's Look Is The Goodies

Because she wouldn't have it any other way.

Summer may be coming to an end, but the stars of this week's best-dressed list are just getting started.

In the past couple of days, we've seen some pretty amazing looks we want to copy before fall arrives. Lucy Hale took a fresh approach to the crop trop trend, Ciara wore a very tricky color with much success, and Gabrielle Union breathed new life into sheer dresses.

Check out our favorite looks of the week and let us know if you agree with our picks.

High-waisted pants make your legs look longer.
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Lucy Hale in Vatanika: This outfit has a great mix of masculine and feminine elements. Hale's high-waisted tuxedo pants make the petite actress look taller and help balance out her flirty crop top.

Untraditional color-blocking helps define your figure.
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Emily Ratajkowski in David Koma: OK, she could wear anything and look amazing, but this dress is especially awe-inspiring. Even without the intricate beading, high neckline and high slit, the black detailing around the sides of Ratajkowski's dress really make the silhouette of the gown pop and help define her shape.

If your top is on the loose side, opt for fitted pants.
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Olivia Palermo in Johanna Ortiz: If anyone knows how to rock one of the biggest trends of the summer -- the off-the-shoulder top -- it's Olivia Palermo. The reality TV star paired her roomy top with a pair of skinny jeans and bright accessories. The pops of color in her bag and shoes really spice up the ensemble.

A nude-colored dress can be all kinds of right.
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Ciara in David Koma: Whoa, whoa, whoa. This could be Ciara's best look ever. Not only does this form-fitting dress fit her like a glove, but the hue is perfect -- no small feat with a nude tone.

There is a way to revive overdone trends.
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Gabrielle Union in Akris: Union has been on a roll lately, and this is another look for the books. While the sheer trend can easily be overdone, the tuxedo-style dress is giving it a fresh, new spin.

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