Ladylike Ensembles Hit the Front Rows at Paris Haute Couture

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Call it a backlash: After so many seasons of runway showgoers wearing tattered jeans and studded moto jackets, the fashionable set have taken to prim and feminine looks. Nowhere was it more apparent than at the recent Paris haute couture shows.
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Chinese actress Nini (above) worked a simple chiffon top with peeks of lace at Christian Dior. Over at Giambattista Valli, Russian model and street-style beacon Elena Perminova (below) sported a dainty ivory coat with delicate laced boots and a hit of feathers, which looked especially sweet against her simple black sheath.

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The City of Lights proved the perfect backdrop for Kate Bosworth to try her hand at the look, too. The actress kept things simple in a shimmering plaid number with matching heels and a Chanel purse. The ultimate accessory? Husband Michael Polish.
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Leelee Sobieski put her feminine wares to work at Dior. Her icy-blue cloak highlighted her fair complexion and was the perfect complement to a metallic printed skirt and killer heels—no one ever said demure couldn't be sexy.
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So which ladylike outfit is your favorite? Vote, below! 

Poll: Which celeb wore your favorite ladylike ensemble?
Click to vote:
  • Nini
  • Elena Perminova
  • Kate Bosworth
  • Leelee Sobieski