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Blake Lively In Jenny Packham & Marchesa – Late Show with David Letterman


Blake Lively continued to promote her new movie ‘Savages’ by stopping by the Ed Sullivan Theatre for a guest

 appearance on ‘Late Show with David Letterman’.

As with most guests on Letterman, they arrive in one look and appear on the show in another.

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Blake wore two very pretty, almost identical dresses.

She arrived in a stunning Jenny Packham Fall 2012 dress.

The blush silk-chiffon cocktail prom dress with a crystal-encrusted neckline, keyhole detail and a floaty wrap skirt is divine.

I love how her Christian Louboutin heels complement the crystal details on her dress.

Keeping her hair in the same half-up, half-down beehive do, and wearing the same shoes, Blake reappeared with a much more conservative Marchesa dress.

I knew it wouldn’t be long before we saw Blake in a Marchesa frock.

The gorgeous ivory cape  cocktail prom dress with an embellished detail on the shoulder was styled with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Both looks are beautiful, but which was your favourite?

I have to go with the Jenny Packham. Sweet and trademark Blake sexy at the same time.

Elizabeth Hurley loves to dress down

ImageElizabeth Hurley’s favourite leisure wear are “jeans and Uggs”.

The actress is known for her glamorous style and impeccably groomed appearance but insists she likes to dress down when she is at home. Elizabeth owns a farm in the English countryside and explained she loves nothing more than relaxing at her country retreat with family and friends.

“I have a very big house and I love to fill it with friends. I prefer a dinner at home with friends and family to spending the night in some trendy club. And when I am in the countryside, it means that I can dress the way I like – in jeans and Uggs,” she told Italian magazine A.

Elizabeth also revealed that she enjoys chilling out in her specially decorated bedroom.

The 47-year-old beauty explained that she has created a boudoir for herself and likes to work and relax there.

“I have always believed in the cult of the bedroom. It is my sanctuary – the place where I sleep, read, work and eat, too. If I am alone at home, I don’t stay in the living room. I usually take a tray, my laptop and spend time into the bedroom,” she said.

“Men usually don’t think about the interior design of that room, so you can decorate it as you like.”