Style To Steal Or Girl, Stop: Ciara, June Ambrose, Solange & More!

October 19, 2012  |  


Stylist and stylista June Ambrose stepped out for the Bergdorf Goodman 111th anniversary event in NYC rocking a very interesting look. She rocked a halter dress with a short skirt and a long skirt on the outside. Talk about details though! The cream top was covered by a sheer black overlay and a thick feather and ribbon combination tied around the neckline. The short skirt underneath has a lace bottom, and the large skirt on top is a sheer one with a large feather shaped like a flower, and small feathers going down the hip to the floor. She carried a sleek black clutch, threw on silver strappy heels and put her hair up like the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland–minus the hat.

Love this lady and her style most of the time, but this one–not so much. There’s just too much going on all over, from the hair to the skirt, and she’s too fashionable for that. Sorry, dear, but I’m going to have to ask you to stop.


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  • Ciara tries so hard to be a fashionista. She almost be getting her Keri Hilson on…meaning, the outfit is would be decent, gorgeous even, if they didn’t go overboard.

  • NikkitaMichelle

    Ciara’s feet looked huge in those shoes. Solange’s dress was cute but I wasn’t feeling her hair. Why do stylist like June Ambrose have to look so eccentric? She wouldn’t put her client’s in that get up so why is she wearing it?

  • afroveda

    1. June’s dress had too much going on.
    2. Carmen’s outfit had cute separates but didn’t look good together.
    3. I liked Ciara’s outfit but the shoes and hair got to go.
    4. Solange looked adorable. I’m not a fan of hers per se but I don’t understand why people throw so much shade her way.
    5. The bond girl looked classy. You can never go wrong with black in my book.