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Keke Palmer makes a splash every time she steps on the red carpet, whether she’s in a crop top or a cut-out dress. She wore the latter to the “Think Like a Man Too” premiere, turning heads in a neon Cushnie et Ochs dress and Christian Louboutin pumps. She finished the look with purple lipstick and a gold clutch.

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I love Keke’s simple yet bold look. She plays up color by pairing a neon dress with contrasting purple lipstick. And to keep things stylish and classy, she elevated her outfit with gold accessories. This is an easy look to recreate for the summer parties on your calendar.

Not convinced? Check out these options I found online.

Look #1: Club // New Look dress / Manolo Blahnik pumps

Go for the bold in a neon New Look dress, Miuzee earrings and NARS lip gloss. Round out your look with Manolo Blahnik pumps, a Nine West clutch and Prada perfume.


Look #2: Day Party // Rare London dress / Miss Selfridge sandals

Jazz up a Rare London dress with Miss Selfridge sandals and a Raleigh Vintage purse. Finish the look with Quay Eyeware sunglasses, Tory Burch earrings, a Valextra bracelet and Urban Decay blush.


Look #3: Date Night // Victoria Beckham dress / Christian Louboutin heels

Accessorize a Victoria Beckham dress with Christian Louboutin heels and a Moschino bracelet. A Giuseppe Zanotti clutch, Rebecca Minkoff earrings, The Row sunglasses and Urban Decay eyeshadow add the perfect finishing touches.



-Jessica C. Andrews of Follow me @Ms_Andrews


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