In honor of Superbowl XLVI (46) tomorrow in Indianapolis we’ll cover the style of stars from both New England, home of the Patriots and New York, home of the Giants. Who do you think will win the style wars? New England or New York? Which city has hotter trends and cooler styles? It will all be determined tomorrow at six p.m., when we post the New York Styles, and you decide. Who will you be rooting for?
Uma Thurman and Steve Madden Glaare
Actress Uma Thurman of “Kill Bill” fame was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised mainly in Amherst, Massachusetts. Here she is spotted at the “Diamonds Are Girls Best Friend” event during the 64th Annual Cannes Film Festival. She shines in a layered lace dress and sparkly t-strap sandals, similar to the Steve Madden Glaare. These gorgeous pewter sandals by Steve Madden add a girly/glam shine to any look without being over the top. Sweet shoe choice, Uma – that’s one point for New England.
Amy Poehler and Kate Spade Gardenia
Actress and comedian, Amy Poehler is definitely a New England girl! She was born in the Boston suburb of Newton, Massachusetts and raised in Burlington, Massachusetts. She even graduated from Boston College, not straying far from her New England roots for quite a while. Here, Amy is spotted at a LACMA Art and Film Gala in a funky leopard print sheath dress and peep toe pumps, similar to the Kate Spade Gardenia. These great Kate Spade slingbacks feature a snake print platform which helps make the shoe unique. Amy’s look has some great details – another point for New England.
Elizabeth Banks and Stuart Weitzman Platswoon
Actress Elizabeth Banks, of “Role Models” and upcoming flick, “The Hunger Games” hails from Pittsfield, a town in western Massachusetts. The suburb is known to be a green city filled with art and opportunity. She’s spotted here on her way to the “Jon Stewart Show” where she was promoting her new film, “Man On A Ledge”. She rocks a fierce but feminine vibe in a lace top and leather jacket paired with skinny jeans and patent pumps, similar to the Stuart Weitzman Platswoon. Patent pumps, like this Stuart Weitzman pair, look lovely with leather – another point for New England!