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The Best, Worst And Wackiest Fashions Of The Weekend

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Oct. 10 2011, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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From the bright lights of Broadway to the polo grounds of the Pacific Palisades and a pop royalty wedding in London, the stars were out in full force this weekend and dressed to both impress and astound, and has all the photos!

Zoe Saldana captured daytime glamour when she attended the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic at historic Will Rogers State Park in Los Angeles on Sunday in a Jason Wu print dress that was both flirty and classy and perfect for the fun occasion. 

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The Avatar star completed the sophisticated style with Brian Atwood shoes, and Sydney Evan and Jack Vartanian jewelry.

Jaime King was equally as gorgeous – and also in Jason Wu from head-to-toe – at the second annual polo match as she came out to stop the divots in strappy gladiator heels and a nude summer dress.

Kim Kardashian looked glamorous on-air this weekend when her wedding special finally aired on E!, but in real life she made a very poor fashion choice for her unique body type and was totally out of balance. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star squeezed into black pants that looked like they were about to pop at the seams during a night out to an off-Broadway show.

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Paris Hilton and Petra Ecclestone were two wild cats on the prowl in Los Angeles in matching animal print, while normally bubbly actress Gina Gershon looked like a teacher who was about to deliver a very stern punishment at the 49th Annual New York Film Festival premiere of My Week With Marilyn on Sunday.

Other style top scores go to Kate Moss at Sir Paul McCartney’s wedding to Nancy Shevell in London, and the bride and groom themselves, who both glowed on their big day, decked out in their finest Stella McCartney creations.

To see the rest of the best, worst and wackiest fashions of the week, click here.




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