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1. Ciara

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Ciara shuts down red carpets effortlessly, posing beautifully in gowns that are often gifts from her designer friends. Her latest look? A Solace London dress with the neckline, midriff, sides and legs cutout. Everything!

2. Gabrielle Union

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With the return of “Being Mary Jane,” on the horizon, Gabrielle Union has been slaying even more than usual. Her mini shirt dress, two-tone sandals and tote bag are all kinds of fabulous.

3. Meagan Good

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Let’s be honest: Meagan Good slays in anything she wears. But we’re partial to this white turtleneck dress that fits her like a glove and keeps it classy with a high neckline and midi-length hem.

4. Paula Patton

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This is as sexy and glamorous as Boho gets. Paula Patton nailed it in a paisley floor-length gown with lace stripes and a bad-ass plunging neckline.

5. Keisha Knight Pulliam

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If you’re looking for lightweight, feminine pieces that will still work for Fall, look for sheer blouses and pleated skirts in dark hues like Keisha Knight Pulliam.

6. Tracee Ellis Ross

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Tracee Ellis Ross was brilliantly romantic, feminine and quirky in a vibrant floral-printed frock designed by her name twin, Tracy Reese.

7. Tamron Hall

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Who says dark Fall colors have to be boring? Tamron Hall spiced things up with a sparkly, pleated skirt, a chain belt and patent leather pumps.

8. Ashanti

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It’s her time to shine. The birthday girl looked radiant in a sleek and sexy bodycon dress and nude pumps. Slay, Ashanti!

9. Naomie Harris

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Naomie made colorblocking chic again in a colorful striped shift and strappy platform sandals.

10. Ava Duvernay

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Ava Duvernay’s sweeping printed skirt is the perfect match for her fitted black top, gold chains and dramatically-lined eyes.

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