Gel, mousse, lip gloss, slay-em parfum, and urban duds collided in a starry launch recently of XBox 360’s Halo Reach at the Rob Dyrdek Fantasy Factory in Los Angeles. The glammy Xbox invitees pumped up the volume. What they wore for the occasion is best described as a stellar mash-up of cocktail dress, canvas sneaker and toga night top. Meantime, our shoes are THE perfect solutions. Take notes the next time you need to make an entrance in an ex- warehouse roped off for the prettiest party.
Audrina Patridge showed up at the event looking very TV and Film Personality. Her artful match of blue biker-look cotton jacket with night-side mini inspired us to pick Tory Burch Eddie ballet flats as the right shoes for her outfit. The ballet flats are in rich leather with elastic topline finish. They work as the final touch for her quite original ensemble—we totally adore their sporty chic.
Aisha Tyler interrupts a denim-bound crew with this elegantly neck-pleated dress with pocket detail. Aisha’s elegance, though, has its own monochromatic interruption in the name of blue shoes. If only we had known. We would have rushed these Pour La Victoire Irina platform pumps in black leather to her by Jildor Express. They complement her dress with the finest details, in narrowed side contours and stitching at the toe.
Gray slipover, black undershirt, dark denims, hmm. Well, it works, we guess, because the celeb is British Columbia beauty Gina Holden. Her tan, great hair and gorgeous eyes were the accessories. Still, we would have lost those sneakers, best reserved for the broom closet. We could have got her game on with Tory Burch Sally wedge black leather shoes. With their pebbled leather and gold logo, any casual style exudes charm.
We’re glad Sarah Hyland showed up and did her red-carpet move in this 360-degree Cute look. We hope she didn’t grab these without looking, though. We had no trouble finding a good match in any of the Tory Burch Reva ballet flats. Sarah could have chosen any of the Reva flats —snake, python, sequin, leopard, shiny patents—and emerge as Her Royal Cuteness for red-carpet events.