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This Week's Best-Dressed Tested Some of Spring 2018's Most Colorful Trends

We're talking sequins, suiting and scrunchies.
Wanda Sykes, Margot Robbie, Cate Blanchett, Renee Zellwger, Hailey Baldwin. Photos: Getty Images (4), @versace_official/Instagram

Wanda Sykes, Margot Robbie, Cate Blanchett, Renee Zellwger, Hailey Baldwin. Photos: Getty Images (4), @versace_official/Instagram

Celebrities have tightly curated calendars filled with premieres, elegant dinner parties and various events, which leaves them with plenty of room experiment with style. Even better, they have access to fresh-off-the-runway pieces. When you combine their slew of dress-up opportunities with their access to the newest designer drops, statement-making, risk-taking looks are definitely in the cards. 

This week's crop of best-dressed ladies decided to test out some Spring 2018 trends.  September's runways were packed with sequins and this week, actresses Nicole Kidman and Jaime King wore all-over iterations of the shiny detail in simple-silhouetted silver dresses. Cate Blanchett had a more dramatic disco take on the trend in a mustard-colored Gucci number and Tracee Ellis Ross went for just a little more drama in a sparkly Chanel dress with cutouts. 

Other female talents went for bold-hued ensembles, all in primary colors. There was comedian Wanda Sykes, who wore a red satin blazer and matching cropped trousers, and Margot Robbie, who plucked a crimson Versace look right off the Spring 2018 runway in Milan. Victoria Beckham went romantic in a subtle plum ankle-grazing maxi paired with bright red, tall leather booties. Renee Zellweger attended the premiere for her film "Same Kind Of Different As Me" in a bright yellow, short-sleeved Carolina Herrera dress, and Hailey Baldwin rounded out the primary color wheel in a baby blue power suited mini, which she expertly paired with a matching scrunchie

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