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A Weirdly Brilliant Color Combination Made Our Best-Dressed List

Sometimes, you have to think outside the box.

This week, our best-dressed list is populated by a wide spectrum of women. From actresses to models to fashion bloggers to royalty, everyone seems to be stepping up their style game.

Naomie Harris made the case for an oddball color combination, the Duchess of Cambridge proved that the off-the-shoulder trend is still going strong, and Olivia Palermo worked head-to-toe black in the middle of summer.

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

Don't be afraid to wear a dress with a little sheen.
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Jourdan Dunn: This color, this shape, this fabric --everything is working in Dunn's favor. A++.
Sometimes, it's all in the details.
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Margot Robbie in Miu Miu: All the small details on this dress take it from good to great. The subtle pleats, the intricate silver design work and the key-shaped cut-out make it a gown to remember.
Yes, off-the-shoulder dresses are still major.
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge in Barbara Casasola: You know the off-the-shoulder trend is big when members of the royal family start wearing it. And Kate did the fad justice in this form-fitting cream dress.
Test out new color combinations.
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Naomie Harris in Victoria Beckham: Purple and orange isn't exactly a common color combination, but after looking at this dress, we're not sure why. The bold orange hue really pops against Harris' skin tone, and the purple one-shoulder detail adds visual interest to an otherwise plainly cut ensemble.
Yes, you can wear black in the summer.
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Olivia Palermo in Elie Saab: A long black dress doesn't exactly scream summer, but Palermo made this one work. The sheer, lace detailing and her beachy waves say summer.
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