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This Week’s Best-Dressed Local Stars: Sep 17-24

The most stylish celeb OOTDs of the week.

The celebs sure dialled up the drama this week. From elegant frocks to fun and flirty looks, here are our favourite looks.

Joanne Peh

Looking pink-tastic was Joanne who on theme when she attended the Barbie doll exhibition, House Of Dreams. Those platform heels look treacherous though.

Michelle Chia

Michelle played dress up, giving her followers a peek of the outfits she was selling during her live streaming session. Our favourite is this draped shirt dress that looks effortless on the actress.

Paige Chua

Paige was spotted at an Estee Lauder event looking radiant and elegant in a midnight blue jacquard frock.

Eleanor Lee

Party season will soon be upon us. If you've got festivities planned, you might want to bookmark Eleanor’s striking sequinned look for inspiration. Edgy electric guitar optional. 

JJ Lin

Also looking good in blue was JJ who stepped out in a multi-print top and baggy jeans with an Hermes Birkin bag. 

Fiona Xie

Bustiers can be corporate too. Fiona layered a Fendi asymmetrical houndstooth bustier top over a demure shirt for a business-meets-party ensemble. The fun braids and futuristic shades complete the high octane look.

Carrie Wong

If Carrie was going for the back-to-school look, she definitely nailed it. With her white ruffled shirt dress, high socks, black kicks and backpack, the actress looked like a stylish college student about to head to class. The specs are the cherry on top.

Rebecca Lim

Becks donned a breezy yellow frock for her visit to her alma mater St Nicholas Girls’ School. The mood lifting yellow hue matched perfectly with her sunny smile.

Jacelyn Tay

Jacelyn has been wowing us with her fashion choices of late and this get-up is no exception. We like how she teamed a printed top with a sheer turtleneck and tulle skirt for a part polished, part party-ready look.

Dawn Yeoh

Dawn slayed in this Alice and Olivia floral print suit which marries masculinity with femininity. Plus, going sans shirt is a bold fashion move.

Edwin Goh

The black and white combo never goes out of style and Edwin’s OOTD above is proof. We love that he chose a zebra print shirt to add a pinch of playfulness to his look.

Chantalle Ng

Like Chantalle, we heart this cropped crochet top. So kawaii!

Rui En

Rui En looked fierce and fab in a zebra print dress, doubling down on the cool look with a pair of lace-up boots. The red lanterns and cold stare make the OOTD look borderline scary though.

Richie Koh

Richie looked suave in a relaxed salmon pink suit at a Tag Heuer event.

Kiki Lim

Dressed to kill in a girl warrior ensemble, Kiki definitely looked the part for her nerf gun battle. Fierce.

Kit Chan

The LKY Musical star got her fashion dream come true, donning a pair of thigh high Michmika boots that she fell in love with after wearing them for a photoshoot. Love her business on top, party waist down look.

Cheryl Wee

From the silver ribbed skirt to the shiny boots and purse, Cheryl’s outfit screams party.

Jeremy Chan

Jeremy opted for a failsafe black and white ensemble when he visited Temasek Polytechnic for a sharing session earlier this week. The longer we stare at his outfit, the more we think those textured dots on his sweater look like kuih bangkits.

Bonnie Loo

Simple and understated, Bonnie’s all white ensemble looked more striking when paired with those Y2K-inspired braids.

Chen Yixin

Who says tweed is stuffy? Yixin's Balmain mini has pearl embellisments and a halter neck design that add a cool edge to her look. Wish she’d matched it with another bag though.

Chen Xiuhuan

Xiuhuan celebrated the sweater weather week with a minimalist, preppy look. Our favourite piece: the oversized vest that adds a youthful vibe to any outfit.

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