IFB Project #32 Round-Up: Create Your Red Carpet Look

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Last week for the IFB project, I asked you to create and share a dreamy red carpet outfit that you would wear at an award show if somehow you could make that magical walk down the red carpet.

Your ultimate red carpet looks were absolutely gorgeous and the IFB team literally drooled over your posts! Gorgeous pink gowns, loose romantic hair, sparkling baubles. It looks like everyone has a glamorous side tucked away. Tapping into your imagination, this project brought out the looks that your favorite stars would die to be in. In fact, I already pictured a few of the Hollywood elite in your stylish picks.

From gowns to makeup, everyone created their own individual look and hopefully had a little fun doing it. You all get best dressed in my book! Here are a few of my favorite submissions:

1. GirlMeetsFashion.com shares a softer romantic outfit

2. Caramel Lattes has red on the brain

3. Sugar Coated Style does neon right

4. Lush Allure goes glam with black

5. Fashion Scanner round up the red carpet-worthy gowns from runway collections

6. Cinched At The Waist gives us a Valentines Day treat on the red carpet

7. 40 + Style helps you figure out what to red to the Oscars

8. My Style Office brings out the color

9. Sprinkles on Stilettos channels her Cinderella side

10. Showgirls Love This shows us a lovely pink-lady look

 

Don't you love looking at these gorgeous posts? Almost makes you wish that you were headed to your own fashionable soiree, right? Thanks everyone for participating!

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6 Responses

  1. Georgina

    Ah! There I am in the favourites!
    One small thing, my blog name is Caramel Latte Kiss, not Caramel Lattes. If it’s too late, not to worry, but ideally I’d like the name to be credited right.
    Thanks so much for the link though.

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  2. Kristi

    Thanks for including me as a fave! WOW!!! And I agree with Fashion Scanner…I loved all the posts! Such a fun project.

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