Most Stylish Week for Nina Dobrev, Spoted in Best Dressed List

Celebrities are not only closely watched for their deeds but also their fashion sense, and Nina Dobrev tops this week’s best dressed list

This week Nina Dobrev was busy promoting her new movie Lets be Cops, and her fashionable and trendy outfits at these promotional events ensured that she got the top spots in the best dressed celebrities list. The outfits and accessories of the celebrities are discussed.


Nina Dobrev at the Los Angeles premiere of her new movie “Lets be Cops”, where she wore an embellished dress by Zuhair Murad from his Resort 2015 collection with a tribal theme. The sleeveless dress had a flared skirt and ended well above her knees. The black colored accessories which included a clutch purse as well as pumps with ankle straps were by Salvatore Ferragamo. The earrings and rings worn on this occasion were supplied by noted jeweler Tifany and Co.

Nina Dobrev appearance on the Extra TV show impressed onlookers in a figure hugging outfit by Mendel, which was green, white and black. The dress had a paneled skirt made from sheer fabric, with a white waistband. The jewelry from Lina Noel included silver bracelets and rings. The pumps by Bionda Castana had a black and white harlequin print. Nina Dobrev on the Tonight show hosted by Jimmy Fallon, she wore a black Naeem Khan outfit made from wool crepe, with golden embroidery from the fall 2014 collection. Her dark hair was left open, and she wore matching earrings from Carla Amorim . Gold and polished high heeled shoes from Brian Atwood completed her look. Taylor Schilling was spotted at the panel discussion on “Orange is the new Black” dressed in a simple but pretty violet dress with cap sleeves, which ended well above her knees, from designer Roland Mouret’s Pre-Fall collection for 2014. To contrast the violet dress, with a matching waistband, she wore red Christian Louboutin pumps and her blonde hair was left open.

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