These Three Trends Are Hot In Hollywood, But Would You Wear Them? Vote Now!

(Source: FameFlynet Pictures) Some celeb style trends can be tricky to emulate. Certain trendsetters dress straight off the runway, while others put their unique spin on their looks. But ultimately, every week, the red carpets and city streets are full of trends we may––or may not––want to copy.

This week so far, we've spotted kimonos, floral frocks, and bright prints. Which begs the question: are they best left to Hollywood, or are these outfits fit for the rest of us to wear? You tell us. Vote on each of these three hot celeb trends, and let us know: Would you wear it?

1) Pretty Floral Sundress

(Source: FameFlynet Pictures, Gvk/Bauergriffin.Com) Feminine, flouncy, and ever-so-slightly reminiscent of '90s girly grunge, we've recently seen these short floral frocks on Olivia Munn and Amy Willerton. While these loose dresses are certainly pretty, some may find them just a tad too relaxed. What do you think?

Poll: Would You Wear it? Pretty Floral Dress
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  • Yes! Spring-inspired and feminine.
  • No. Too girlish and retro for me.

2) Kimono As Coat
(Source: FameFlynet Pictures, Gwen Stefani and Jessica Alba are two trendsetting ladies unafraid to rock the kimono when stepping outside. While this traditional Japanese garment is certainly gorgeous, eccentric, and timeless, it takes a bold soul to modernize it with flair. Do you have the style sense to make a kimono work?

Poll: Would You Wear It? Kimono As Coat
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  • Hell, yeah. I have, like, 15 kimonos already.
  • Nope. Not sure I could pull it off without looking silly.

3) Bright, Bold Prints
(Source: Michael Buckner/Getty Images North America) We're seeing loads of bold, bright patterns on the red carpet as of late, from instricate beading and embroidery to full-on brocade––in every color under the sun. Would you wear these types of prints?

Poll: Would You Wear It? Bold, Bright Prints
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  • Yes! I love to stand out, so the bolder the better.
  • Nah, I'd rather blend in. Where are my pastels?