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Chris Hemsworth Changes Up His Look On This Week's Best Dressed List


Celebrities provide tons of outfit inspiration, and they can also be a great source for amazing style tips. This week, we looked to Hollywood (and our own best-dressed list) for some fashionable pointers.

Chris Hemsworth changed up his look in a bold new color, Kiernan Shipka taught us the key to pulling off a very short hemline, and Tracee Ellis Ross proved that a romper can totally work on the red carpet.

Check out our favorite looks from the past week, and let us know whose style you'll be mimicking.

Change up the color of your suit for a new look.
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Chris Hemsworth in Calvin Klein: An azure suit is one way to keep people on their toes. We'll admit, it's much harder to experiment with menswear, but Hemsworth did a terrific job at "The Avengers: Age Of Ultron" European premiere. The rest of his look is simple, making the color of his jacket and pants the focal point.
Don't be afraid to go with a bright hue.
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Laverne Cox in Marc Bouwer: That color though! Not only does it make her pop in a sea of black outfits, but the silhouette hugs her every curve and ensured she was the center of attention at the TIME 100 Gala.
A short hemline can help break up a bold color.
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Kiernan Shipka in Valentino: Shipka has friends in fashionable places, like her pal Harper's Bazaar executive editor Laura Brown, pictured here. And clearly she's learned a thing or two from them. Her red dress is quite bright, but since it has a short hemline and short sleeves, it isn't too much.
Wear a suit instead of a dress to a fancy event.
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Freida Pinto in Monique Lhuillier: A suit does not need to look corporate; it can actually be great for nighttime. Pinto looks both fashion-forward and sophisticated at the "Women In The World" summit. Her low-cut black shirt and short 'do make her red carpet-appropriate.
An LBD is never boring if you opt for an interesting neckline.
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Xi Meng Yao: Wearing an LBD is always a safe option, but playing with shape and silhouette is an easy way to spice it up. Model Xi Meng Yao shows us that an architectural, one-shouldered neckline can take a dress from expected to extraordinary.
Balance a low neckline with wide-legged pants.
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Claire Danes in Narciso Rodriguez : A jumpsuit at a gala is always a bold move, but Danes achieved the right proportions for a standout look. Her neckline may be low, but it's well-balanced with her wide-leg pants, ensuring her ensemble doesn't skew too sexy.
A blazer can help make a romper look more fancy.
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Tracee Ellis Ross: The red carpet doesn't seem like a natural place to wear a romper, but when you throw on a black blazer and a pair of heels, it automatically elevates the look.
Socks are the perfect place to have fun in a menswear outfit.
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Chris Evans in Gucci: Even if you're wearing a neutral outfit, opt for a pair of bright socks. Evans looks dapper in his traditional suit, but his socks show some personality.
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