Another Kristen Stewart Style Hit! This Time She Wows In Orange Victoria Beckham Dress

 Another Kristen Stewart Style Hit! This Time She Wows In Orange Victoria Beckham Dress

This week's fashion formula is easy ... K-STEW + TV promo appearance = fashion perfection. The week isn't over yet and Kristen Stewart has already racked up THREE of our fave looks. She's the clear front runner for the best film promo wardrobes of 2012.

First she wore a fashion forward Balenciaga monochrome jumpsuit to the LA premiere of On The Road and then she wore a Peter Pilotto jazzy zig-zag print dress for The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. This time the former queen of grunge wore an elegant bright orange shift dress with a gold zipper down the back by Victoria Beckham on Live with Kelly and Michael.

This VB design has already been worn by Eva Longoria - an unlikely K-Stew fashspiration. Kristen also swapped her converses for Louboutins, pairing the look with her trusty 'Decollette' pumps. Is it just us or does Kristen look like VB with her low tousled pony and bright orange pencil skirt dress?

Another Kristen Stewart Style Hit! This Time She Wows In Orange Victoria Beckham Dress

Maybe being the face of Balenciaga's new fragrance has inspired Kristen to explore new fashion territory and be a mega-polished style queen à la Victoria. She's experimenting with new designers, wearing bold lippie, tottering in Louboutins and shock horror has shown off her curves which are usually hidden in hoodies and baggy tees. We told ya - it's a whole new Kristen.

We were convinced that all we'd be talking about on the The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II promo tour would be R-Patz and K-Stew ... who'd have guessed that Kristen's outfits would be even more exciting than their first post-affair interview together?



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