Style Snaps: Paula Patton

Hot, Hot, Hot
Darling in Dots
Fashion Fantasy
All About Allure
Mod Mama
Shining Star
Gray Day
Right On Target
Afternoon Chic
Beauty at Burberry
Hot, Hot, Hot Darling in Dots Fashion Fantasy All About Allure Mod Mama Shining Star Gray Day Right On Target Afternoon Chic Beauty at Burberry
By Melissa Lockhart November 20, 2008
Patton sizzled in a strapless orange Versace dress on the red-carpet for the premiere of Swing Vote.
The actress cinched a white belt around the waist of a polka-dot dress at the Essence "Women in Hollywood" Luncheon.
Patton wore a floor-length gold gown for the "Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy" gala held at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
At Allure magazine's "Most Alluring Bodies" event, Patton chose a loose fitting purple dress. She used a brown skinny belt to add some shape to the flowy dress.
Patton wore this sparkly Gucci shift dress to the 2007 Soul Train Awards.
Patton's yellow clutch brightened up the black and white dress that she wore to the CFDA Fashion Awards.
Patton looked quite sophisticated in a deep gray puff-sleeved shirt and pencil skirt. She broke up the color with a black belt and a chunky necklace.
Patton is all smiles in an oversized white tee, leggings, a leather jacket, and a wide-brimmed hat for the opening of the Target Bullseye Bodegas in NYC.
Patton belted a navy blue sweater over a printed white and black dress. With the yellow handbag and flat sandals, the actress is ready for a relaxed afternoon.
Patton wore a black and white print dress to the reopening of the Burberry store. She added a tiny black belt to her waist, a chunky bracelet, and a small clutch to complete this chic look.
She's one of Hollywood's hottest stars, and one half of Hollywood's cutest couples (her husband is singer Robin Thicke), and she always looks great. Paula Patton lights up the red-carpet with her infectious smile and her sense of style. Whether she's going glam for a movie premiere, or opting for a more casual look, Patton always looks put together.
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