Celebs.com Presents the Week’s Five Best-Dressed Celebs (Emily Blunt, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Penelope Cruz…)

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Floral and lace were spotted everywhere on the red carpet this week, as were sophisticated updos. The look was positively elegant, yet undeniably sexy at the same time. To see what we mean, check out Celebs.com’s top 5 best-dressed celebs of the week.

5. Taylor Schilling

Taylor Schilling is simply stunning in a black Calvin Klein Collection dress paired with silver accessories at the LA premiere of her latest film Lucky One on Monday. She dons Lynn Ban jewels and sweeps her hair back in a sophisticated updo.

4. Camilla Belle

Looking va-va-voom in a flashy, metallic gold dress by Jason Wu and Sergio Rossi pumps, actress Camilla Belle hits the red carpet for the NYC premiere of The Five-Year Engagement on Wednesday. She accessorizes with David Yurman jewels and carries a Jason Wu clutch.

3. Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt is beautiful in a red, floral lace dress by Michael Kors at the premiere of her latest film Your Sister’s Sister at the NYC Tribeca Film Festival on Sunday. She pulls it together with a skinny leather belt, tan Louis Vuitton clutch and coordinating Christian Louboutin sandals. Simple makeup and a pinned, wavy updo complete her red carpet ready look.

2. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Model/actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley joins her main squeeze Jason Statham for the premiere of his new film Safe in NYC on Monday. She wows in a chic, bridal-esque Andrew Gn dress paired with a clutch by Diane Von Furstenberg, pearl earrings by Miriam Haskell and blue floral-printed heels by Brian Atwood. She slicks her back in a low bun, and sports a pop of berry pink lipstick.

1. Penelope Cruz

Actress Penelope Cruz is the image of elegance in peachy pink lace gown by Dolce & Gabanna at the To Rome With Love premiere on Friday. She wears her hair up in a braided top knot and accessorizes with a Roger Vivier clutch and jewels by Chopard.