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Blake Lively ‘green Lantern’

June 18, 2011 by Post Team 

Blake Lively 'green Lantern'Blake Lively ‘green Lantern’, It is about the battle of the blondes at the box office this month as Blake Lively “Green Lantern” (opening today) is preparing to take the “Bad Teacher” Cameron Diaz (hit theaters June 24). Blake and Cam are sort of our favorites, and have done an impressive job with her film-excited lead in recent weeks. The two ladies have gone on countless red carpets and photocalls to support their films, and have been rocking look great. Of course, when running from one event to another is obliged to fashion a scam or two. Read on to find that the character was perfect in everything, and needed a slight revision of clothing.
Girls, take note: You do not have to be at the top and fully decked out for great prizes like. Cameron was the nail in a photo shoot for her new movie “Bad Teacher” (co-starring ex Justin Timberlake) in a dress of linen, which was complemented by a brown belt and matching shoes. The look was relaxed but so well together (and very easy to play for all fashion lovers out there growing), and that she is the superstar of this week’s style.

We love Blake, and we generally say they can do no wrong when it comes to the front of fashion (seriously, just look at her film awards set if in doubt), but we were not really feel her eyes on the “Green Lantern” release. Blake came into the event with a long white dress with a simple background Chanel and floral decorations. Although it looked fabulous in black and her hair and makeup were in (not to mention the amazing accessories), we would have liked to see her in something more form fitting (and less flowery). Either way, it was a small misstep on her way to be a star style set, so it will not be too hard on her.

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