Kristen Stewart has had a tumultuous year personally but you'd never guess it by the way she looked at the premiere for her new movie "On the Road" this past weekend in Hollywood.
The star of "Twilight" wore a sexy black and white Balenciaga outfit that bared her toned tummy and cleavage. Kristen's red lips made the outfit pop and with her hair pulled back she pulled the look together in an edgy but sophisticated way. We love to see Kristen playing with style. Here are some of her other best style moments.
"On the Road' promotional appearance
Kristen stepped out for the first time in September since the cheating scandal broke and was all smiles as she promoted her new film. Although the movie star looked a little nervous she looked gorgeous in a long-sleeved floral dress that looked amazing against her porcelain skin. Kristen wore her hair up with minimal makeup except for a fuchsia lipstick.
"Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" panel
One thing we love about K-Stew's style is that she really could care less what people think of her. Her attitude in Hollywood is refreshing and has both attracted some people and scared others away.
At the panel for "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" Kristen surprised fans by showing up. She wore a see-through white T-shirt with a black bra underneath, black jeans, and high-top sneakers. Is this something she should wear at an awards show? Definitely not. But for hanging with fans this is a sexy but casual look.
In 2010 Kristen rocked the red carpet of the "Eclipse" premiere in Seoul by looking stunning in a little black dress. The long-sleeved dress was paired with black high heels and a belt that showed off her killer figure.
The most alluring part of the look was how the dress flaunted K-Stew's awesome gams. The star pulled her hair back into a pony tail and skipped the usual frown she wears. Instead she was all smiles and had radiant, glowing skin.
Has Kristen reclaimed her spot in Hollywood as one of the top up-and-coming actresses? Will Hollywood forgive her for her infidelity?
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